I’m having trouble with updating a site. Grav simply won’t upgrade at all and fails with in this way. I tried using bin/gpm selfupgrade and here is the output
ldm@ash:/var/www/html/grav$ sudo bin/gpm selfupgrade GPM Releases Configuration: Testing Grav v1.7.30 is now available [release date: Mon Feb 7 19:12:43 2022]. You are currently using v1.7.0-beta.10. Would you like to read the changelog before proceeding? [y|N] Would you like to upgrade now? [y|N] y Preparing to upgrade to v1.7.30.. |- Downloading upgrade [8.69M]... 0% In Response.php line 316: Error while trying to download (code: ): self-upgrade [-f|--force] [-y|--all-yes] [-o|--overwrite]
No amount of cajoling gets it through. Additionally, the admin GUI does crash with an error as well. So I’m totally stuck. Any suggestion most welcome.
Openssl appear to be fully functional (at the very least at the apache2 level. I did upgrade the server to ubuntu 20.04 in the hope that a more recent PHP would solve the issue. It did not.
php -m shows that openssl is there
php -m [PHP Modules] calendar Core ctype curl date dom exif FFI fileinfo filter ftp gd gettext hash iconv json libxml mbstring openssl pcntl pcre PDO Phar posix readline Reflection session shmop SimpleXML sockets sodium SPL standard sysvmsg sysvsem sysvshm tokenizer xml xmlreader xmlwriter xsl Zend OPcache zip zlib [Zend Modules] Zend OPcache
Checking with a page
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
does produce the attached screenshot. So it seems that openssl is fine.
I’m looking for any way to get back to a functional state.