If during the update, you get the following error (When PHP-FPM is restarted):
This mean that you do not have sufficient memory available on your system. This generally occurs in virtualized environments (OpenVZ, LXC...) Indeed, the free -m output can lie... To fix the problem you must either disable opcache, or decrease the max memory assigned to it.
- If you want to disable opcache, edit the /etc/imscp/php/php.data file and set the PHP_OPCODE_CACHE_ENABLED parameter value to 0
- If you want to lower the memory, edit the /etc/imscp/php/php.data file and change the PHP_OPCODE_CACHE_MAX_MEMORY value
Once done, save the changes and run:
Then, restart the i-MSCP installer.