My Virtualmin Pro licenses have been knocked off when I upgraded my servers to CentOS Stream 8 from CentOS 8, which I had to do as my CentOS 8 servers were both throwing errors and wouldn’t update as CentOS had been deprecated!
Has anyone else had this issue?
|OS type and version
||CentOS Stream Linux 8
Having said this, I was able to upgrade to Centos 8 Stream without any downtime!
I followed the steps on this page, which worked!
Upgrade CentOS 8 to CentOS stream (https://www.cyberciti.biz/howto/upgrade-migrate-from-centos-8-to-centos-stream-conversion/)
Probably too late now but I believe the suggested/supported upgrade path is CentOS8 → Alma/Rocky Linux (Centos 8 Stream has been repeatedly mentioned as not being supported by the developers here). I chose Centos 8 → Alma Linux 8.5 and am running Virtualmin Pro without issues (apart from the odd initial weird having to restart a stopped webmin service).
Having just done this again recently, I do realize this is MUCH easier said then done as it is now really difficult to download and install a copy of the now deprecated CentOS 8 so I think we all hold our collective breath that no server crashes between now and when the new production ready Virtualmin pro installer is released supporting Alma Linux.
This topic was automatically closed 60 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.