Unable to upgrade core modules

fresh install running on ubuntu server 22.04, php7.4 asterisk 19 and freepbx 16
fwconsole ma installall produces an error with module cdr

Processing cdr

In functions.inc.php line 463:
  fgets(): SSL operation failed with code 1. OpenSSL Error messages:  
  error:0A000126:SSL routines::unexpected eof while reading           

is this on a restore?

no just on a module upgrade, whether done form the ui or with:
fwconsole ma installall

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This doesn’t seem to help, I added the legacy providers to openssl conf

providers = provider_sect

# List of providers to load
default = default_sect
legacy = legacy_sect

# The fips section name should match the section name inside the
# included fipsmodule.cnf.
# fips = fips_sect

# If no providers are activated explicitly, the default one is activated implicitly.
# See man 7 OSSL_PROVIDER-default for more details.
# If you add a section explicitly activating any other provider(s), you most
# probably need to explicitly activate the default provider, otherwise it
# becomes unavailable in openssl.  As a consequence applications depending on
# OpenSSL may not work correctly which could lead to significant system
# problems including inability to remotely access the system.
activate = 1

activate = 1

and rebooted, and still get the same error

ok, this problem is a bit deeper and probably out of FreePBX to solve at the moment. Here is a description of the problem:

How it affects the upgrade is through PHP’s call to fgets (and numerous other applications that use openssl somewhere in their stream) is described here:

There is a PR to fix it in PHP8.1:

I have not looked to see if it is going to get pulled into 7.4. So this will likely remain an unresolved problem until FreePBX moves to php 8.1. So I will re-install on ubuntu 20.04 which still uses openssl 1.1.1f and see what future releases bring.

Although the error at its root is being caused by the server that hosts the upgrade files, so the real answer lies in those servers being upgraded. Those servers I assume are FreePBX controlled.

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