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Unexpected End of File When Unpacking Upgrade File

Q: The download provided gets an error on the gzip unexpected end of file.

A: It's possible that the download became corrupted. You can test the validity of the file by connecting to your server via SSH and doing
this:

gzip -tv /root/AMP-*-cvs.tar.gz

If the file is not corrupt, check the hard drive to make sure there's enough space by typing "df -h".

If there's enough available space on the hard drive, you can remove the file with the rm command and retry the upgrade.
Q: The download provided gets an error on the gzip unexpected end of file.

A: It's possible that the download became corrupted. You can test the validity of the file by connecting to your server via SSH and doing
this:

gzip -tv /root/AMP-*-cvs.tar.gz

If the file is not corrupt, check the hard drive to make sure there's enough space by typing "df -h".

If there's enough available space on the hard drive, you can remove the file with the rm command and retry the upgrade.

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