In many cases, the nightly update process will fail due to the GetPageSpeed being installed and waiting for the owner of the server to subscribe to get packages installed.
Since it requires a subscription to be set up, the GetPageSpeed will show an error message and then have yum close out of its process without continuing with it's package installation. You will see a message similar to this:
Some packages in your transaction are brought to you by GetPageSpeed:
To enable package installs, subscribe using the following link:
Generally, most clients are able to remove this repo and then update the server again. To make sure that we can remove the repo, we would recommend making sure if you have any packages installed by it first with this command:
yumdb search from_repo getpagespeed-extras-noarch
If you do not wish to completely remove the repo, you can also disabling it by editing the enabled line in the repo file to look like this:
If you want to completely remove the repo, you can go through and run this command:
yum remove getpagespeed-extras-release
Once that is completed run the update process again and see if you run into any additional issues.