There are the following messages during the yum update:
Problem 1: package kmod-lve-1:2.0-38.el8.x86_64 requires kernel(bpf_trace_run12) = 0xa1d22df3, but none of the providers can be installed
- package kmod-lve-1:2.0-38.el8.x86_64 requires kernel(bpf_trace_run2) = 0x7b67d1d5, but none of the providers can be installed
- CloudLinux 8
1. Check the cloudlinux-release package version and make sure that it has the latest version.
The latest package version is presented on our changelog page: https://changelog.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-release-8
# rpm -qa cloudlinux-release
2. If it is outdated, try to update the package:
# yum update cloudlinux-release
After that try to update packages with the yum update command.
3. If the cloudlinux-release is up to date and the issue still persists, try to update only the kernel package first:
# yum update kernel
and run the yum update once again.
If the release is up to date and the problem persists, you can remove the kmod-lve package mentioned in the error, if it is obsolete and newer versions are installed in the system:
# rpm -qa | grep kmod-lve kmod-lve-2.0-38.el8.x86_64 kmod-lve-2.0-47.el8.x86_64 kmod-lve-2.0-43.el8.x86_64
# rpm -e --nodeps --justdb kmod-lve-2.0-38.el8.x86_64
Dependency issues due to the old kernel and kmod-lve packages.
Most likely you're updating from the old release to the latest one, for example, from CL OS 8.5 to CL OS 8.6.
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