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Weird error when upgrading .. (EUMM or MB)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pubarso, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. pubarso

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    Hello, I am currently running:
    * WHM: 10.1.0
    * cPanel: 10.2.0-R82

    I am trying to use /scripts/upcp to upgrade to the most recent STABLE. It starts going, and then gives me an error:
    In case you could choose, which installer would you prefer (EUMM or MB)? []

    It just repeats this over and over; same thing happens via an upgrade on the WHM web interface. Any ideas how to fix this problem so I can get my WHM/cPanel upgraded?

    Thanks,
    Brandon
     
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    I stopped it fast enough to get some of the output from /scripts/upcp


     
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    I get this on a new install of RHEL4, when checking the log it came in a loop when that question came and install never finished.

    Solved by running cpan install manually, and run upcp. I hope.. Seems to do it.
     
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    Also getting this problem - I wanted to update a server running WHM 10.1.0 cPanel 10.2.0-R82, FreeBSD 5.4 and perl v5.8.5 - Same errors.
     
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    Also getting this when just trying to upgrade perl to the latest stable...
     
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    I have the same problem on RHEL4, it freezes around number 13 and thread0.log loops with " In case you could choose which installer would you prefer (EUMM or MB)?". Now can someone explain how to do cpanel instalation manually?
     
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    Read the thread I posted above. You need to configure CPAN manually.
     
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    This isn't a viable fix. Some of us have more than a handful of machines to contend with.
     
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    Hmm - isn't there any way to do some kind of "rollback" until they get this issue fixed? It's a big job when you've got a lot of servers...
     
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    The CPAN module has been updated again to provide defaults for that option now, so so long as the mirror that cpan is using through perlinstaller has been updated it ought to be OK now. Otherwise you will have to do it manually, or upgrade onto the RELEASE tree of cPanel (but do check for a looping process during upcp).
     
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