I just had this. Seems that the problem was with apt/dpkg. When I installed hestia, I installed multi-php, and then removed a couple of PHP versions I didn’t want. PHP 7.1 and 7.2
Apt had started complaining recently about php7.1-fpm and php7.2-fpm when it updated, and it turns out that these hadn’t been uninstalled when removing PHP 7.1 and 7.2 (bug?). Anyway, manually running apt remove php7.x-fpm got rid of the error from apt, and after that, the v-update-sys-hestia-all command ran without error.
I’m wondering if these should be there, or perhaps the uninstall process missed them? Uninstaller in v-delete-web-php mentions these packages.
mph=“php$version-mbstring php$version-bcmath php$version-cli php$version-curl
php$version-fpm php$version-gd php$version-intl php$version-mysql
php$version-soap php$version-xml php$version-zip php$version-mbstring
php$version-json php$version-bz2 php$version-pspell”
Maybe it should generate the list with something like