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Update to 11.44.27 fails

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by radeonpower, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. radeonpower

    radeonpower Well-Known Member

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    Would be nice if this could be fixed.
    Code:
    
    [20140717.121332]   Downloading http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/RPM/11.42/cloudlinux/6/x86_64/rpm.md5
    [20140717.121333] ***** FATAL: No md5 data for cpanel-mariadb-native-client-1.0.1-4.cp1136.x86_64.rpm
    [20140717.121333]   The Administrator will be notified to review this output when this script completes
    [20140717.121333] ***** FATAL: Error staging RPM files: No md5 data for cpanel-mariadb-native-client-1.0.1-4.cp1136.x86_64.rpm at /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/updatenow.static-cpanelsync line 28279.
    [20140717.121333]   see http://go.cpanel.net/rpmcheckfailed for more information
    [20140717.121333]   The Administrator will be notified to review this output when this script completes
    [20140717.121333] E Detected events which require user notification during updatenow. Will send iContact the log
    [20140717.121333]   Removing staged files and directories for binaries/linux-x86_64, cpanel
    [20140717.121333]   Removing staged files and directories for x3
    [20140717.121333]   Removing staged files and directories for x3mail
    => Log closed Thu Jul 17 12:13:33 2014
    [20140717.121333] E Running `/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/updatenow --upcp --log=/var/cpanel/updatelogs/update.1405599131.log` failed, exited with code 13 (signal = 0)
    => Log closed Thu Jul 17 12:13:33 2014
     
  2. SigmaWeb

    SigmaWeb Active Member
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    I think this is because of a broken mirror, in my case it was the 94.75.231.77

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    [20140717.093529]   Using mirror '94.75.231.77' for host 'httpupdate.cpanel.net'.
    I removed this mirror and re-run upcp

    Code:
    sed -i '/94.75.231.77/d' /root/.HttpRequest/httpupdate.cpanel.net 
     
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  3. radeonpower

    radeonpower Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. ;)
     
  4. MR-GEORGIA

    MR-GEORGIA Active Member

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    I have the same problem. Changes in the works?
     
  5. Hedloff

    Hedloff Well-Known Member

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    We had the same problem.
    Remove 94.75.231.77 from mirror list, and rerun the update :)
     
  6. niladam

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    That fixed it. Thank you!
     
  7. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello :)

    Please feel free to open a support ticket if you continue to experience this issue. It's important to submit reports of failing mirrors so we can have the issue addressed by a system administrator if necessary.

    Thank you.
     
  8. Tom Risager

    Tom Risager Well-Known Member

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    Same mirror, same problem. Thanks to SigmaWeb for posting the solution.
     
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