EasyEngine stack installation issue with Bangalore-India DataCenter.

Posted July 22, 2017 2.6k views
NginxWordPressUbuntu 16.04

This is all about installing WordPress with Easyengine.

Everything goes fine while installing easyengine and its stack with ubuntu 16.04.
but now getting issue on installation when the datacenter region changes.
with new-york datacenter, installation works fine when it changes to india-bangalore region, creates these following errors.

ee stack install

Adding repository for MySQL, please wait…
Adding repository for NGINX, please wait…
Adding repository for PHP, please wait…
Adding SWAP file, please wait…

Oops Something went wrong!!
Check logs for reason tail /var/log/ee/ee.log & Try Again!!!

I checked the ee.log file, there i found nginx and mysql not installed, at the same time i installed everything on new-york region and i checked the ee.log file, everything installed successfully.
I don’t understand how it would be different like installing with a different region.

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Hi @dawpguy

That sounds strange. It should work no matter which region you put the droplet in.

Is it the same size droplet in both regions?

Can you post you /var/log/ee/ee.log to so we can have a look?

  • @dawpguy

    Okay, it’s failing because the hash used for the repository is wrong:

    Err:12 xenial-updates/main Sources
      Hash Sum mismatch

    Try adding it manually before running EE:

    sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver hkp:// 0xF1656F24C74CD1D8
    sudo add-apt-repository 'deb xenial main'

    You can then run sudo apt-get update to make sure it can contact the repositories.
    I’m not using the sfo1 mirror, but alternatively you can change the mirror to blr1 by editing the EE script (I’ve never used EE, so not familiar with it).

    By the way, I’m not sure why EE is using MariaDB 10.1, when version 10.2 has been stable for two months.