Upgrade - Config All fails at kaltura-batch step

In the process of running kaltura-config-all.sh it starts to run kaltura-batch-10.6.0-1.noarch, says completed successfully, then tries to restart httpd:

Reloading httpd: not reloading due to configuration syntax error

If you try to just restart apache to see what the log is you get:

tarting httpd: httpd: Syntax error on line 221 of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf: Syntax error on line 5 of /etc/httpd/conf.d/zzzkaltura.conf: Include directory ‘/etc/httpd@/APP_DIR@/configurations/apache/conf.d’ not found

Here is the file zzzkaltura.conf:

ErrorLog "@LOG_DIR@/kaltura_apache_errors.log"
CustomLog @LOG_DIR@/kaltura_apache_access.log vhost_kalt

    Include "@APP_DIR@/configurations/apache/conf.d/enabled.*.conf"

Hey Bill,

The tokens ‘@.*@’ should be replace when running the kaltura-base-config.sh.
Did it run?
You can rerun it manually, then make sure the tokens were replaced. Thanks,

Very odd, running just kaltura-base-config.sh, by itself replaces the tokens properly.

But when it runs in the batch process of config-all, it does not properly replace the tokens.

Also, I’m running it telling it to use SSL on the 443 port, and its updating that properly, not even sure why it is creating zzzkaltura.conf.

I even ran base, and tried to copy over the a good copy of the conf in the config-all process, but it seems once the kaltura-batch starts running its resetting that file.

Can you please edit /opt/kaltura/bin/kaltura-config-all.sh and add bash -x before each script call? it will generate a lot of output to STDERR, direct to some file and send it to me.

Jess I just sent you the file in a separate email.