Try running fwconsole ma upgradeall from the console or an SSH session. This is the same as doing module updates from the gui, but this downloads everything in the correct order so the dependencies are taken care of and you don’t have to run the update multiple times in a row to get all of the modules updated.
The yum update command you ran is going to take care of larger updates such as Asterisk updates.
Glad that worked! I no longer run any updates through the gui because of this. I always run yum update -y, then fwconsole ma updateall, then fwconsole reload (this basically is the same as clicking the red apply button in the gui), and depending on what is updated usually fwconsole restart (which shutdown Asterisk and all associated services and then restarts them This command will drop calls so so this one after hours).