Ric | 1 Dec 01:25 2010

[Bug 61658] perl-URPM, REOPENED: cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61658

  Summary    : cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: perl-URPM-4.0-1mdv2011.0.src.rpm
  Status     : REOPENED
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : release_critical
  Assigned To: peroyvind <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: rjcooks <at> yahoo.com

--- Comment #96 from Ric <rjcooks <at> yahoo.com>  2010-12-01 01:25:03 CEST ---
I did not say that. I won't say that. There is no reason to say that.
We have discussed btrfs effects and as far as I am concerned the issue was just
another side effect of using btrfs. Worth mentioning to the dev(you) as a
'heads-up, something weird happened' but not more.
If I saw and could document on system where unstable fs is not in use then I
would post a bug report. But in my mind there are extenuating circumstances
where any 'rock-solid' software can be forced into doing crazy stuff. How bad
effect is having 0MB of space? ...idunno but if this is it maybe that should be
tested specifically ...or maybe it is just Mandriva btrfs. ...

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Original Bug Text:

Description of problem:
Multiple issues.
After installing perl-URPM-4.* the urpmi(urpmq) program stopped working properly. It now is unable to
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Ric | 1 Dec 01:28 2010

[Bug 61658] perl-URPM, REOPENED: cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61658

  Summary    : cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: perl-URPM-4.0-1mdv2011.0.src.rpm
  Status     : REOPENED
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : release_critical
  Assigned To: peroyvind <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: rjcooks <at> yahoo.com

--- Comment #97 from Ric <rjcooks <at> yahoo.com>  2010-12-01 01:28:14 CEST ---
(In reply to comment #84)
> Note also that -- because of /var/lib/rpm/log/* -- all rpmdb
> operations are time stamped and forensic "post mortem" analysis
> is possible using db51_log* utilities.
> 
What other than db51_printlog can massage that output?

> Yes you won't be happy with the format displayed (and a tool
> can be written that does what db51_log* displayes if you
> wan/need pwettier spewage).
> 
> But "RPM ACID" logs every rpmdb operation with a timestamp
> and a PID; that is very much NOT the case with rpm4.

ithink ' Comment #74 on 2010-11-30 14:35:01 CEST ' was while I still had the
konsole window open. CET is GMT+1 and CST(here) is GMT-6 so ~8AM here is ~3PM
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Jeff Johnson | 1 Dec 03:02 2010

[Bug 61658] perl-URPM, REOPENED: cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61658

  Summary    : cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: perl-URPM-4.0-1mdv2011.0.src.rpm
  Status     : REOPENED
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : release_critical
  Assigned To: peroyvind <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: rjcooks <at> yahoo.com

--- Comment #98 from Jeff Johnson <n3npq <at> mac.com>  2010-12-01 03:02:31 CEST ---
re comment #96 no offense taken or given. I just want to
kno if rpm -Va --nofiles starts to misbehave ;-)

db51_printlog is essentially all there is in "vanilla"
Berkeley DB. It's not too hard to do what *_printlog
is doing (and will need to be done when "syscall ACID"
gets turned on again because dirs/files will magically
appear/disappear when DB_RECOVER is run.

There is an awk script iirc that does some reformatting
that is part of Berkeley DB. I'll dig it out over the next few days.

Meanwhile, post mortem forensic analysis is there if/when needed.

There's another level of debugging that can be done by adding
"debug" to individual indices like this (from /usr/lib/rpm/macros)
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Jeff Johnson | 1 Dec 03:07 2010

[Bug 61658] perl-URPM, REOPENED: cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61658

  Summary    : cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: perl-URPM-4.0-1mdv2011.0.src.rpm
  Status     : REOPENED
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : release_critical
  Assigned To: peroyvind <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: rjcooks <at> yahoo.com

--- Comment #99 from Jeff Johnson <n3npq <at> mac.com>  2010-12-01 03:07:24 CEST ---
To be clear:
   I don't think the logs are gonna help with the rpmdrake segfault.
valgrind --tracechildren would nail that. But AFAIK there's
still something missing in the perl code (I don't know
what exactly) but I usupect proyvind has been busy 
wiring rpm-5.3.6 into the rest of the packaging tool chain
in Cooker.

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Original Bug Text:

Description of problem:
Multiple issues.
After installing perl-URPM-4.* the urpmi(urpmq) program stopped working properly. It now is unable to
provide results and is always saying ''not found'' for all packages.
Also, there are other issues with urpmi and, consequently, rpmdrake.
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Ric | 1 Dec 04:25 2010

[Bug 61658] perl-URPM, REOPENED: cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61658

  Summary    : cooker.2011: Install of perl-URPM-4.0-1 breaks urpmi, rpmdrake, ..., system.
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: perl-URPM-4.0-1mdv2011.0.src.rpm
  Status     : REOPENED
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : release_critical
  Assigned To: peroyvind <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: rjcooks <at> yahoo.com

--- Comment #100 from Ric <rjcooks <at> yahoo.com>  2010-12-01 04:24:23 CEST ---
OK. That'll save some time.
Only 'massage' tool I wanted was a debugging tool that would find interesting
bits of info in the log files so we, someone, could ''Ah, HA! that's it''.
Being a database I had my doubts such could happen.
Thanks.

Rpmdrake is very consistent when it crashes and the times I tried mdkapplet, it
was the same. 
The packages are downloaded(& put into /var/cache/urpmi/partial) then between
that point where they should all go into /var/cache/urpmi/rpms and then be
installed, rpmdrake|mdkapplet crashes.  Strange part is that most times the
packages get moved(into'rpms') but sometimes they do not. The widgets often
indicate the package is being installed, it is nearly complete, then it (all)
crashes.

Is there some new mechanism in rpm5 for security that changes the way
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Marek Laane | 1 Dec 06:46 2010

[Bug 61099] openoffice.org, RESOLVED: OOo doesn't start anymore in KDE

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61099

  Summary    : OOo doesn't start anymore in KDE
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: openoffice.org-3.2-4mdv2010.1.i586
  Status     : RESOLVED
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : normal
  Assigned To: cabral <at> mandriva.com
  Reported By: bald <at> smail.ee

Marek Laane <bald <at> smail.ee> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |WORKSFORME

--- Comment #1 from Marek Laane <bald <at> smail.ee>  2010-12-01 06:46:13 CEST ---
Whatever it was, it seems to be fixed now.

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Original Bug Text:

Description of problem:
After introducing KDE 4.6 prerelease in cooker OpenOffice does not start anymore in KDE (though, I can
start it, for example, in IceWM). Or, being more accurate, it does start but then appears the message there
was unexpected error - and that's all. When starting from command line, only message which may be
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Funda Wang | 1 Dec 06:59 2010

[Bug 61557] konsole, NEW: ALL kde konsole windows crash when trying to change font

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61557

  Summary    : ALL kde konsole windows crash when trying to change font
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : 2010.1
  RPM Package: konsole-4.4.3-7mdv2010.1
  Keywords   : NO_PATCH, UPSTREAM
  Status     : NEW
  Severity   : critical
  Priority   : normal
  Assigned To: kde <at> mandriva.com
  Reported By: ndeb <at> ece.cmu.edu

Funda Wang <fwang <at> mandriva.org> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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         AssignedTo|triage <at> mandriva.com         |kde <at> mandriva.com

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Original Bug Text:

Description of problem:

All KDE konsole windows crash when trying to change font in any one of them.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

konsole-4.4.3-7mdv2010.1
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GabyTeo | 1 Dec 09:04 2010

[Bug 61730] kernel-tmb, NEW: internal HDA_intel sound doesn't work anymore

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61730

  Summary    : internal HDA_intel sound doesn't work anymore
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Kernel
  Version    : Cooker
  RPM Package: kernel-tmb-2.6.36-4mdv2011.0.src.rpm
  Status     : NEW
  Severity   : normal
  Priority   : normal
  Assigned To: tmb <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: avalon <at> osguru.org

GabyTeo <penguin9 <at> operamail.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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                 CC|                            |penguin9 <at> operamail.com

--- Comment #17 from GabyTeo <penguin9 <at> operamail.com>  2010-12-01 09:04:32 CEST ---
Same here, alsaconf doesn't find any card.
kernel-desktop-2.6.36.1-2mnb, 2.6.37-tmb-desktop-0.rc4.1mdv

Workaround - works for me with "pci=nomsi" option (CONFIG_PCI_MSI)
# dmesg | grep hda_
hda_intel: Disable MSI for Nvidia chipset

$ lspci | grep Audio
00:10.1 Audio device: nVidia Corporation MCP51 High Definition Audio (rev a2)

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Gergely Lónyai | 1 Dec 10:34 2010

[Bug 60573] webmin, NEW: missing perl modules in webmin cron jobs

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=60573


  Summary    : missing perl modules in webmin cron jobs
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Other Packages
  Version    : 2010.1
  RPM Package: webmin-1.510-4mdv2010.1
  Keywords   : NEEDINFO
  Status     : NEW
  Severity   : major
  Priority   : normal
  Assigned To: aleph <at> mandriva.org
  Reported By: jim <at> whitby-jr.org





--- Comment #5 from Gergely Lónyai <aleph <at> mandriva.org>  2010-12-01 10:34:11 CEST ---
Please help me. 
Create a how to reproduce the problem because I don't found it.

I install a new machine and webmin. After install the bind (on webmin) and
click and click... I don't found any problem.



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Glenn Sommer | 1 Dec 11:29 2010

[Bug 61788] xdg-utils, NEW: xdg-open might fail https links

https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=61788

  Summary    : xdg-open might fail https links
  Product    : Mandriva Linux
  Component  : Core Packages
  Version    : 2010.1
  RPM Package: xdg-utils-1.0.3-0.20100204.2.1.1mdv2010.1.src.rpm
  Status     : NEW
  Severity   : normal
  Priority   : normal
  Assigned To: triage <at> mandriva.com
  Reported By: gsommer <at> datanordisk.dk

--- Comment #3 from Glenn Sommer <gsommer <at> datanordisk.dk>  2010-12-01 11:29:36 CEST ---
Created an attachment (id=18079)
 --> (https://qa.mandriva.com/attachment.cgi?id=18079)
Updated SPEC file, including my patch

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Original Bug Text:

Description of problem:
Since a recent upgrade of Mandriva 2010.1 (all updates, no backports).
xdg-open will fail on some https links.

Example:
* xdg-open https://www1.elfa.se/data1/wwwroot/assets/large/953439fa.jpg (Will open gThumb)
* xdg-open http://www1.elfa.se/data1/wwwroot/assets/large/953439fa.jpg (Will open firefox)
* xdg-open https://www1.elfa.se/ (Will open firefox)

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