Broken Repositories Upon Install
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  1. jonathan
  2. Tuesday, 08 May 2018
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The two repos "imunify360-al-php" and "imunify360-ea-php-hardened" have both been broken across 4 different servers upon the install of i360. This results in broken yum until the repos are disabled manually.

These repos should either be fixed, or removed. I contact support who simply brushed off the issue saying "disable the repos".

This is completely unacceptable and not a proper fix from your side. Either remove the repos, or fix the product.
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  1. 09.05.2018 20:05:06
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jonathan Accepted Answer
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Joined: 23.04.2018
What's more annoying is that i360 is determined to re-enable these repos every single day. This renders yum useless.

I'm about 2 seconds from removing i360 on every single server I have it on.
  1. 10.05.2018 20:05:57
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Vladimir Accepted Answer
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Joined: 04.07.2017

We have been informed, that this problem resolved in the latest update. Please enable imunify360 repositories and run:
# yum upgrade

If you face this problem again, please submit support ticket with error logs and we will take it further.

Thank you.
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