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upcp failing due to nospoof command

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by olGerva, Jun 4, 2018.

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  1. olGerva

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    Hello
    This message appears a few weeks ago, and is impossible to update.

    "INFO Upgrade to the next LTS is blocked until Monday May 14, 2018 in order to distribute upgrades over a five day period. If you wish to upgrade now, you can do so now with the force option."

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    => Log opened from /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/upcp (2882) at Mon Jun 4 22:25:53 2018
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] Checking that the RPM DB is OK...
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] /etc/host.conf: line 4: bad command `nospoof on'
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] glibc-2.17-222.el7.x86_64
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] glibc-2.17-222.el7.i686
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] OK: RPM DB is responding to queries
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] Testing if rpm_is_working RPM is installed
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] /etc/host.conf: line 4: bad command `nospoof on'
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] package rpm_is_working is not installed
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] Testing if it's possible to install a simple RPM
    [2018-06-04 22:25:53 +0200] /etc/host.conf: line 4: bad command `nospoof on'



    Four VPS servers only one continues to not update.
    Do you have any suggestions?
    Thank you
     
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    This appears when I do Update Server Software
    cPanel Package Upgrades in Progress...

    ERROR: The system cannot update the /var/cpanel/sysinfo.config file because it cannot determine your distribution's major version.
    Run the following command: rpm -qf --queryformat '%{VERSION}\n' /etc/redhat-release
    Output other than the numbers 6 or 7 indicates a problem. Open a support ticket or resolve the issue manually.
     
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