rmarko at redhat.com
Thu Sep 6 09:11:28 UTC 2012
On 09/05/2012 07:47 PM, Dave Jones wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 05, 2012 at 11:39:31AM +0200, Michal Toman wrote:
> > We believe this will help developers to better prioritize their
> > work and make debugging easier (crashes in common libraries are
> > grouped into a single problem, for each crash versions of affected
> > packages/architectures are listed etc.).
> The 'hot problems' will be very useful for us, as we were just talking
> last week about reporting such a list upstream periodically.
> I looked at the only kernel bug caught so far..
> 'my_init' isn't part of the kernel package. Could you add some way
> of filtering out reports from things we don't ship ?
> Or was this a test-case ?
Yes, this was a test-case. Support for kernel oops reporting is not yet
in F17, we will add it with the next update.
> Related: How would I close reports so they don't show up on the list ?
Not possible at the moment. For now, server will track associated BZs
and close reports automatically. We will add this functionality along
with FAS integration.
> Further related: Clicking 'login' makes this happen..
> followed by 3-4 pages of additional spew.
Debug disabled, we will fix the login URL soon.
Thanks for the feedback!
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