All of the Magento installs we look after are now running v18.104.22.168 on PHP 7.2 servers.
With the release of v22.214.171.124 it is not possible to upgrade to it as the install fails.
Running the upgrade from the command line you get this:
Starting to download Mage_All_Latest-126.96.36.199.tgz ...
...done: 725 bytes
upgrade-all: Package community/Mage_All_Latest 188.8.131.52: requires PHP version >= 5.2.0 and <= 6.0.0 current is: 7.2.15
Why is a PHP 7.2 compatible package tagged as requiring <= PHP 6.0.0???
Not really, we keep dropping back to a PHP5 box to do our upgrades, push them into version control, and then test them on the PHP7 box.
We're also disappointed that the DOS line end encoding in /cron.sh causes it to fail in bash on a linux box, so we have to convert it every time, but that's a different story :-)
Of course, there's probably a bugs wiki somewhere for these things to be reported, in triplicate, with example scenarios. But now that Magento is owned by a big company like Adobe I think it's up to them to do the leg-work rather than me!
Can you try to upgrade the magento in manually.
I'm sorry, that doesn't make any sense. Could you possibly review what you wrote and change it to an answer that is actually in English, rather than just post 6 English words in a bizarre order which doesn't really explain anything?