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  • Andrew
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    Can you go to Terminal in WHM and execute this command?

    kcarectl --info

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  • WorkinOnIt


    [root@~]# kcarectl --info
    No patches applied, but some are available, run 'kcarectl --update'.
    [root@~]# kcarectl --update
    Downloading updates
    HTTP Error 401: Unauthorized: https://patches.kernelcare.com/patches/K20240119_03/c843b85222f88820f3a259673ae462735ed23f09/1/kpatch.bin
    [root@~]#

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  • WorkinOnIt

    OK I contacted Cloudlinux to get support and they told me to uninstall the kernel care 

    yum remove kernelcare 

    Then reinstall it:

    curl -s https://repo.cloudlinux.com/kernelcare/kernelcare_install.sh | bash
    kcarectl --set-patch-type free --update

     

    Please note that in some cases, you'll get the following message:

    'free' patch type is unavailable for your kernel

    That means that the kernel you're running has been released very recently and there are no patches yet for it. 

    I think they are very slow in supporting kernel updates.... we shall see (I am using up to date kernel)

    https://patches.kernelcare.com/

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