Fedora 11 Update: sos-1.8-18.fc11

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Fedora Update Notification
2009-11-06 23:59:11

Name        : sos
Product     : Fedora 11
Version     : 1.8
Release     : 18.fc11
URL         : http://fedorahosted.org/sos
Summary     : A set of tools to gather troubleshooting information from a system
Description :
Sos is a set of tools that gathers information about system
hardware and configuration. The information can then be used for
diagnostic purposes and debugging. Sos is commonly used to help
support technicians and developers.

Update Information:

multiprocessing module, translation update

* Thu Nov  5 2009 Adam Stokes <ajs at redhat dot com> = 1.8-18
- Option to enable selinux fixfiles check
- Start of replacing Thread module with multiprocessing
- Update translations
- More checks against conf file versus command line opts
* Wed Sep  9 2009 Adam Stokes <ajs at redhat dot com> = 1.8-16
- Update rh-upload-core to rh-upload and allows general files
- Fix cluster plugin with pwd mangling invalidating xml
- Cluster support detecting invalid fence_id and fence states
- Read variables from conf file
* Thu Jul 23 2009 Adam Stokes <ajs at redhat dot com> = 1.8-14
- resolves: rhbz512536 wrong group in spec file
- resolves: rhbz498398 A series of refactoring patches to sos
- resolves: rhbz501149 A series of refactoring patches to sos (2)
- resolves: rhbz503804 remove obsolete translation
- resolves: rhbz502455 tricking sosreport into rm -rf /
- resolves: rhbz501146 branding in fedora
* Mon Jul 20 2009 Adam Stokes <ajs at redhat dot com> = 1.8-13
- Add requirements for tar,bzip2 during minimal installs
- More merges from reports against RHEL version of plugins
- Remove unecessary definition of localdir in spec
* Tue May  5 2009 Adam Stokes <ajs at redhat dot com> - 1.8-11
- Remove all instances of sysrq
- Consistent macro usage in spec

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update sos' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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