[SOLVED] Unknown internal error doing a POST to /api/rockons/update and popup does not display any code

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Brief description of the problem

Unable to execute update for rock-ons so the list won’t populate.

Detailed step by step instructions to reproduce the problem

Fresh installation, tried the command via webUI and the pop up appears after 3 minutes.
Tried to yum update and the issue remains. I don’t receive any errors during update.
Server is a HP N36L with 4Gb RAM running on a 250Gb 2.5" HDD.
I have an another one, identical, that does not have such problem. I’ve tried reinstalling over other HDD, but the issue remains.
I even tried on a completely different machine, HP ML110 G5, same result.
I tried to upload the configuration file from the working one but it does not work

Web-UI screenshot

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Error Traceback provided on the Web-UI

there is NO code on the webUI error popup.

@Darkest, welcome to the Rockstor Community. Did you happen to check out this post, it looks like they had a similar no coding message with the same components (/api/rockons/update).

None of that might of course apply to you and you’ve tried that already.

On a side note, if you haven’t found the search function on this forum, the header bar is a little bit funky, if you hover near your name avatar, then the looking glass will show up, like this:

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Thanks, the answer was in that thread.
For whatever reason wget wasn’t installed on ANY of my Rockstors, except for the very first working one.
I used a PiHole too, but it was disabled during my tests to be sure that it wouldn’t block anything.

Solved by installing wget…

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@Darkest,
glad to hear that it worked out! Would you mind adding [Solved] in front of your post, so the next person can quickly identify what might work for them?

Thanks.

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