upcp failed - unable to create temporary backing file

n3tph4t

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Jan 31, 2004
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Tried to update cpanel last night using upcp:
Code:
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
rpmdb: unable to create temporary backing file
rpmdb: tmp_open: /var/tmp/BDB027713: No such file or directory
I also seperatly tried to securetmp but when I mount :
Code:
 mount -o loop,noexec,nosuid,rw /dev/tmpMnt /tmp
mount: Could not find any loop device. Maybe this kernel does not know
       about the loop device (then recompile or `insmod loop.o'), or
       maybe /dev/loop# has the wrong major number?
I'm guessing that the two MAY be related.....

I would really appreciate any guidance/help that can be offered. Running searches on here and t'internet have turned up next to nothing which I have found helpful.

Thanks in advance