Elevation Block to Alma Linux

Zekeman

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Nov 13, 2004
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I have a ticket into cpanel which has been sitting there for over 18 hours, but I am sure someone else went through this.... I am trying to get ready to migrate from CentOS to Alma.... I run the script to see if I am able to but keep on running into the below issue... I only have PHP 8.0 installed via EA4 and all sites are also running PHP 8.0 (also inherited).... I cleaned up and re provisioned the profile and packages to only use PHP 8.0.... Anyone else have this issue or have an idea? TIA

02-12:57:19 (2671) [WARN] *** Elevation Blocker detected: ***
One or more EasyApache 4 package(s) are not compatible with AlmaLinux 8.
Please remove these packages before continuing the update.
- ea-php55
- ea-php55-libc-client
- ea-php55-pear
- ea-php55-php-bcmath
- ea-php55-php-calendar
- ea-php55-php-cli
- ea-php55-php-common
- ea-php55-php-curl
- ea-php55-php-devel
- ea-php55-php-fpm
- ea-php55-php-ftp
- ea-php55-php-gd
- ea-php55-php-imap
- ea-php55-php-litespeed
- ea-php55-php-mcrypt
- ea-php55-php-mysqlnd
- ea-php55-php-pdo
- ea-php55-php-posix
- ea-php55-php-sockets
- ea-php55-php-xml
- ea-php55-runtime
- ea-php56
- ea-php56-libc-client
- ea-php56-pear
- ea-php56-php-bcmath
- ea-php56-php-calendar
- ea-php56-php-cli
- ea-php56-php-common
- ea-php56-php-curl
- ea-php56-php-devel
- ea-php56-php-fpm
- ea-php56-php-ftp
- ea-php56-php-gd
- ea-php56-php-iconv
- ea-php56-php-imap
- ea-php56-php-litespeed
- ea-php56-php-mcrypt
- ea-php56-php-mysqlnd
- ea-php56-php-pdo
- ea-php56-php-posix
- ea-php56-php-sockets
- ea-php56-php-xml
- ea-php56-runtime
- ea-php70
- ea-php70-libc-client
- ea-php70-pear
- ea-php70-php-bcmath
- ea-php70-php-calendar
- ea-php70-php-cli
- ea-php70-php-common
- ea-php70-php-curl
- ea-php70-php-devel
- ea-php70-php-fpm
- ea-php70-php-ftp
- ea-php70-php-gd
- ea-php70-php-iconv
- ea-php70-php-imap
- ea-php70-php-litespeed
- ea-php70-php-mbstring
- ea-php70-php-mcrypt
- ea-php70-php-mysqlnd
- ea-php70-php-pdo
- ea-php70-php-posix
- ea-php70-php-sockets
- ea-php70-php-xml
- ea-php70-runtime
- ea-php71
- ea-php71-pear
- ea-php71-php-cli
- ea-php71-php-common
- ea-php71-php-devel
- ea-php71-php-fpm
- ea-php71-php-ftp
- ea-php71-php-litespeed
- ea-php71-php-posix
- ea-php71-php-xml
- ea-php71-runtime
 

ServerHealers

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Sep 21, 2015
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Root Administrator
Please run the below command in your server as root user and share the output here:

rpm -qa | grep "ea-php" | grep -E "(5[4-6])|(7[0-1])"
 

Zekeman

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Nov 13, 2004
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Thanks for the response... I have gotten past this point now, but the update fails at stage 3 because its requesting 155 gigs more space... Not sure why an OS install/upgrade/migrate would even need that much space? Its a 80gb drive, I can extended this but it really makes no sense.... Any ideas?
 

vacancy

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Sep 20, 2012
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Turkey
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Root Administrator
I recommend a clean install.

My 3 servers, which I switched to with the elevate method, are no longer stable, a service crashes every day, and I get frequent crash mails. I regret. :( :( :(
 

lila.godel

Member
Sep 1, 2021
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Knoxville, TN
cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator
I have a ticket into cpanel which has been sitting there for over 18 hours, but I am sure someone else went through this.... I am trying to get ready to migrate from CentOS to Alma.... I run the script to see if I am able to but keep on running into the below issue... I only have PHP 8.0 installed via EA4 and all sites are also running PHP 8.0 (also inherited).... I cleaned up and re provisioned the profile and packages to only use PHP 8.0.... Anyone else have this issue or have an idea? TIA
I am getting the same Elevation Blocker message even after editing all of my packages to only reference PHP 8.1 and removing all older versions from my server. When I run rpm -qa | grep "ea-php" | grep -E "(5[4-6])|(7[0-1])" at a terminal command prompt I get no output.

What did you do to resolve the error on your server?