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Marketplace Installation & Varnish Test

Marketplace Installation & Varnish Test



I just submitted an extension that has been upload correctly last time.
The automatic Varnish test failed but i am not sure to have understood the errors in the report
The report json end with something like this (I had to truncate):


Installing laminas\/laminas-mail (2.22.0): Extracting archive\nhttps:\/\/ could not be fully loaded (curl error 7 while downloading https:\/\/\/p2\/laminas\/laminas-filter.json: Failed to connect to port 443: Connection refused), package information was loaded from the local cache and may be out of date\n


and also with this:

curl error 7 while downloading https:\/\/\/p2\/illuminate\/config.json: Failed to connect to port 443: Connection refused


could you help me understand?

thanks & best regards,



Re: Marketplace Installation & Varnish Test

Hello @Axerve SpA,


It seems like there are two errors in the report you received. The first error indicates that there was a problem connecting to the "" server, which hosts the "laminas/laminas-mail" package, and hence the installation of that package failed. The error message suggests that the connection was refused on port 443, which is the default HTTPS port.

The second error is similar to the first, and it also indicates a problem connecting to the same server, but this time for the "illuminate/config" package.

Based on these error messages, it appears that there was a problem with the network connectivity on the server where the Varnish test was being run. The Varnish test requires a successful connection to the Packagist repository to download and install the required packages for your extension.

You may want to check if there are any network-related issues on your server or if there are any firewall rules blocking outgoing connections to the Packagist repository. You can also try running the installation of the "laminas/laminas-mail" and "illuminate/config" packages manually on your server to see if there are any other errors that need to be resolved.

Hit Kudos if it works for you!

Re: Marketplace Installation & Varnish Test

Hi Fulvio,

It seems that the automatic Varnish test failed due to connection errors while trying to download certain packages from the repository. The error message indicates that the connection to the repository was refused, which means that the server hosting the repository may be down or experiencing connectivity issues. As a result, the package information was loaded from the local cache instead of being downloaded from the repository, which could be outdated.

To resolve this issue, you could try running the Varnish test again after verifying that your internet connection is stable and the repository server is up and running. You may also want to clear your local cache to ensure that you are using the latest package information. If the problem persists, you may want to contact the support team of the repository to investigate the connection issue.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

Re: Marketplace Installation & Varnish Test

thank you to both of you


the issue is that i cannot check server or connectivity. i have uploaded the extension on marketplace, varnish and installation are being done by Adobe Marketplace

i will try to run the upload in a later time, maybe it was a temporary issue