KernelCare cannot update kernel – How to resolve
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How to resolve KernelCare cannot update kernel error?
Usually, the following error occurs in Plesk when trying to update kernel via KernelCare:
Updates already downloaded insmod: ERROR: could not insert module /var/cache/kcare/modules/none-a01f43d85378dd2d62a009a6ba692314e569bf91/kcare.ko: Required key not available Unable to load kmod (/var/cache/kcare/modules/none-a01f43d85378dd2d62a009a6ba692314e569bf91/kcare.ko 1)
Usually, issue occurs if Secure boot (UEFI) is used.
KernelCare does not support UEFI (Secure Boot) and Signing Kernel Modules.
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Please note these steps must be performed by the system administrator and are performed on own risk.
Apply one of the following solutions:
- Firstly, disable secure boot
- Secondly, sign the file
/usr/lib/modules/3.10.0-1062.4.1.el7.x86_64/extra/kcare.koon your own
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