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Author Joy Almacen <jalmacen at edgeprojects dot com>
Full name Joy Almacen <jalmacen at edgeprojects dot com>
Date 2004-06-02 09:57:51 PDT
Message rpm-4.2.2-0.14
rpm-devel-4.2.2-0.14
rpm-python-4.2.2-0.14


Joy Almacen, CCNA
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-----Original Message-----
From: Hunter Matthews [mailto:hunterm at tigris dot org]
Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 11:32 AM
To: users at current dot tigris dot org
Subject: RE: RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current.


Oy.

Which version of rpm fixed that bug?

God I loved tracking API changes by a mad man.



On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 21:15, Joy Almacen wrote:
> I have fixed this and rebuilt an RPM fixing the issue.
>
> The message is what it is:
>
> File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 1050, in _deleteRpmPackage
> > self._shelfRemove(se​lf.dep_provides, pnames[i], value)
> > File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 1232, in _shelfRemove
> > old_list.remove(value)
> > ValueError: list.remove(x): x not in list
>
> This has something to do with the updated RPM binary and libraries.
>
> The quick fix:
>
> cd /usr/share/current/
> cp -p channel.py channel.py.orig
> vi +1050 channel.py
>
> # BUGFIX: rpm doesn't make PROVIDEFLAGS a list if there is
only
> # one. Stupid library.
>
> # Bugfix NO LONGER NEEDED on newer RPM release.
>
> #if pnames != None:
> # if len(pnames) == 1:
> # pflags = [pflags]
>
> # for i in range(len(pnames)):
> # value = [nvre, pflags[i], pvers[i]]
> # self._shelfRemove(se​lf.dep_provides, pnames[i],
value)
>
>
> Here's the RPM info of the latest build that I have:
>
>
> [joy@rh3es i386]$ rpm -qpi current-1.4.4-4.3ES.i386.rpm --changelog
> Name : current Relocations: (not relocatable)
> Version : 1.4.4 Vendor: Edge Projects
> <www.edgeprojects.com>
> Release : 4.3ES Build Date: Sat 29 May 2004
> 05:58:39 PM EDT
> Install Date: (not installed) Build Host:
> rh3es.edgeprojects.com
> Group : System Environment/Daemons Source RPM:
> current-1.4.4-4.3ES.src.rpm
> Size : 448334 License: GPL
> Signature : DSA/SHA1, Sat 29 May 2004 05:59:21 PM EDT, Key ID
> 5def1f2e47a1815c
> Packager : Joy Almacen <jalmacen@edgepro​jects.com>
> URL : http://current.tigris.org
> Summary : An open-source server for Red Hat's up2date tools.
> Description :
> Current is a server implementation for Red Hat's up2date tools. It's
> designed for small to medium departments to be able to set up and run
their
> own up2date server, feeding new applications and security patches to
> workstations/servers.
> * Sat May 29 2004 Joy Almacen <jalmacen@edgepro​jects.com> 1.4.4-3.4ES
>
> - added patch for channel.py
> - fixed "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 1050.
> - fixed "list.remove(x): x not in list" error.
>
> * Tue Apr 20 2004 Joy Almacen <jalmacen@edgepro​jects.com> 1.4.4-3.3ES
>
> - added patch for current.conf
> - added current.httpd.conf file
>
>
> You can grab the latest RPM that fixes this problem here:
>
>
http://www.edgeproje​cts.com/downloads/rp​ms/RedHat3ES/current​-1.4.4-4.3ES.i38
> 6.rpm
>
> Let me know if you encounter any issues.
>
>
> Joy Almacen, CCNA
> jalmacen at edgeprojects dot com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben [mailto:comsatcat@ea​rthlink.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 5:26 PM
> To: users at current dot tigris dot org
> Subject: RE: RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current.
>
>
> Well damn, that sucks. I'd offer to take over development, I just
> simply do not have the time however =/ btw thanks for the quick
> response.
>
>
> Thanks,
> Ben
>
>
> On Tue, 2004-06-01 at 14:23, Lawrence, Steve wrote:
> > I'm not sure if Hunter still reads this (Hi Hunter). But it may interest
> > you to note the following message that was sent out on the 19th March :
> >
> > >All,
> > >No one has stepped forward to take over development and maintenance of
> > current.
> >
> > >Beginning this weekend, I'll begin shutting the project down. The web
> > sites and things will eventually disappear, as well as the mailing
> > >lists and freshmeat spot.
> >
> > >I'll maintain the ftp site (here at duke) just in case anyone wants the
> > code, for whatever reason.
> >
> > >Its been great - I've learned a TON, mostly from my users, and again
> > regret not having the time to take current where I wanted it to go.
> >
> > >What should you do now?
> > >The two clear options are RHN itself and yum. Depending on needs,
> > >costs, availability, etc either or both might be appropriate for your
> > site. I work with seth here at Duke, and have looked at a fair amount
> > >of the yum code. I think its safe to say I know a little bit about RHN.
> > Either should be a safe and stable mechanism to protect
> > >production systems.
> >
> > >--
> > >Hunter Matthews Unix / Network Administrator
> > >Office: BioScience 145/244 Duke Univ. Biology Department
> > >Key: F0F88438 / FFB5 34C0 B350 99A4 BB02 9779 A5DB 8B09 F0F8 8438
> > Never take candy from strangers. Especially on the internet.
> >
> > For what it's worth, I switched to Yum (Hi Seth!) and I'm very happy
> > with its implementation, versatility, and ease-of-use.
> >
> > Steve Lawrence.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Ben [mailto:comsatcat@ea​rthlink.net]
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 5:18 PM
> > To: users at current dot tigris dot org
> > Subject: RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current.
> >
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > I recently updated to redhat AS 3 update2 (released a few weeks ago).
> > Ever since I updated the current server, it has been completely hosed.
> > All clients now get errors when attempting to fetch packages with
> > up2date and the current server can't even update the database anymore
> > with out the cadmin freaking out. I'm going to attempt to rollback
> > packages on the install server to see if I can determine which package
> > broke it, however a fix would be greatly appreciated, If anyone has
> > experienced this problem and fixed the situation please let me know as I
> > have a ton of machines which I need to update with some security
> > updates. I can provide access to redhat as 3 servers for developing if
> > needed.
> >
> >
> > Here is the traceback from cadmin:
> > --------------------​--------------
> >
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 --------------------​-----------------
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 Examing ypserv-2.8-6.i386.rpm
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 Adding ypserv-2.8-6.i386.rpm
> > Jun 01 16:13:46
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 --------------------​-----------------
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 Examing cvs-1.11.2-22.i386.rpm
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 dep_names[cvs] = ['cvs:1.11.2:18:']
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 hits = ['cvs:1.11.2:18:']
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 dups = [['cvs', '1.11.2', '18', '', 'i386', '1106750']]
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 dups = [['cvs', '1.11.2', '18', '', 'i386', '1106750']]
> > Jun 01 16:13:46 Comparing packages: cvs-1.11.2-22 and cvs-1.11.2-18
> > yields 1 Jun 01 16:13:46 Comparing packages: cvs-1.11.2-18 and
> > cvs-1.11.2-22 yields -1 Jun 01 16:13:46 pkg0 = cvs, pkg4 = i386,
> > filename = cvs-1.11.2-18.i386.rpm Jun 01 16:13:46 Removing
> > cvs-1.11.2-18.i386.rpm Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File "/usr/sbin/cadmin", line 311, in ?
> > main()
> > File "/usr/sbin/cadmin", line 179, in main
> > newchan.update()
> > File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 183, in update
> > self._addRpmDir(dir)
> > File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 668, in _addRpmDir
> > self._addRpmPackage(pathname)
> > File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 777, in _addRpmPackage
> > self._deleteRpmPacka​ge(fullname)
> > File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 1050, in _deleteRpmPackage
> > self._shelfRemove(se​lf.dep_provides, pnames[i], value)
> > File "/usr/share/current/​channel.py", line 1232, in _shelfRemove
> > old_list.remove(value)
> > ValueError: list.remove(x): x not in list
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Here is the traceback from up2date -u:
> > --------------------​--------------------​--------------------​----------
> >
> > Testing package set / solving RPM inter-dependencies...
> > ####################​####################​
> > GConf2-2.2.1-4.i386.rpm: ##########################
> > Done.
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File "/usr/sbin/up2date", line 1174, in ?
> > sys.exit(main() or 0)
> > File "/usr/sbin/up2date", line 772, in main
> > fullUpdate, dryRun=options.dry_run))
> > File "/usr/sbin/up2date", line 1066, in batchRun
> > batch.run()
> > File "up2dateBatch.py", line 81, in run
> > File "up2dateBatch.py", line 159, in __getPackages
> > File "up2date.py", line 190, in getPackage
> > File "rpcServer.py", line 112, in doCall
> > File "repoDirector.py", line 35, in getPackage
> > File "rpmSource.py", line 183, in getPackage
> > File "/usr/share/rhn/up2d​ate_client/repoBacke​nds/up2dateRepo.py",​ line
> > 138, in getPackage
> > fd = self.s.getPackage(channel, filename)
> > File "/usr/lib/python2.2/​site-packages/rhn/rp​clib.py", line 555, in
> > __call__
> > result = self._send(self._name, args)
> > File "/usr/lib/python2.2/​site-packages/rhn/rp​clib.py", line 302, in
> > _request
> > verbose=self._verbose
> > File "/usr/lib/python2.2/​site-packages/rhn/tr​ansports.py", line 208,
> > in request
> > return self.parse_response(fd)
> > File "/usr/lib/python2.2/​site-packages/rhn/tr​ansports.py", line 228,
> > in parse_response
> > p.feed(response)
> > File "/usr/lib/python2.2/​xmlrpclib.py", line 390, in feed
> > self._parser.Parse(data, 0)
> > xml.parsers.expat.ExpatError: not well-formed (invalid token): line 1,
> > column 0
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > And here is the output from current log (debug level 10):
> > --------------------​--------------------​-----------------
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 Current v1.4.4 starting up
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 Requesting: up2date.login
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 with params = ['<?xml
> > version="1.0"?>\​n<params>\n​<param>\n<va​lue><struct​>\n<member>\​n<name>use
> > rname</name>\​n<value><st​ring>anonymous​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<mem
> > ber>\n<name​>profile_name</n​ame>\n<value​><string>tic​kets.easynews.com​</st
> > ring></val
> > ue>\n</member​>\n<member​>\n<name>syst​em_id</name>\​n<value><st​ring>Current
> > ue>-ANONYMOUS<​/string></valu​e>\n</member​>\n<member>​\n<name>archi​tecture<
> > /name>\n<valu​e><string>i​686-redhat-linux<​/string></valu​e>\n</member​>\n<m
> > ember>\n<name​>os_release</n​ame>\n<value​><string>3AS​</
> > string></value​>\n</member​>\n<member>​n<name>fields​</name>\n<​value><array
> > string>><da​ta>\n<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\n<​value><string
> > >profile_name<​/string></valu​e>\n<value​><string>syste​m_id</string>​</value
> > >\n<value>​<string>archit​ecture</string​></value>\n​<value><
> > string>os_release​</string></​value>\n<valu​e><string>c​hecksum</string​></va
> > lue>\n<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\n​<value><str​ing>type</
> > string></value​>\n<value>​<string>operat​ing_system</strin​g></value>​n</dat
> > a></array>​</value>\n<​/member>\n<me​mber>\n<name​>ope
> > rating_system</na​me>\n<value​><string>Red Hat
> > Linux</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>checksum</nam​e>\n<val
> > ue><string>​8f3b3c1bd81022735853​a6e49fb197603412d14e​</string></​value>\n</
> > member>\n<mem​ber>\n<name​>type</name>​n<value><s​tring>REAL</st​ring></valu
> > e>\n<
> > /member>\n<me​mber>\n<name​>description</n​ame>\n<value​><string>3AS​ running
> > on
> > i686-redhat-linux​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n</struct​></value>\n​</para
> > m>\n</params>\n']
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 module = up2date
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 function = login
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
> > 309): params = ['<?xml
> > version="1.0"?>\​n<params>\n​<param>\n<va​lue><struct​>\n<member>\​n<name>use
> > rname</name>\​n<value><st​ring>anonymous​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<mem
> > ber>\n<name​>profile_name</n​
> > ame>\n<value​><string>tic​kets.easynews.com​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<
> > ame>member>\n​<name>system_i​d</name>\n​<value><string​>Current-ANONYMOU​S</s
> > tring></value​>\n</member​>\n<member>\​n<name>archite​cture</name>\​n<value><
> > string>i686-redha​t-linux</string​></value>\n​</member>\n
> > <member>\n​<name>os_release​</name>\n<v​alue><string​>3AS</string>​</value>\n
> > </member>\n​<member>\n<n​ame>fields</na​me>\n<value​><array><d​ata>\n<value​><
> > string>username​</string></va​lue>\n<value​><string>pro​file_name</string​></
> > value>\n<valu​e><string>s​ystem_id</string​></value>\
> > n<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\n<valu​e><string>o​s_release
> > </string></​value>\n<valu​e><string>c​hecksum</string​></value>\n​<value><str
> > ing>description​</string></va​lue>\n<value​><string>typ​e</string><​/value>\n
> > <value><str​ing>operating_sys​tem</string>​</value>\n
> > </data></ar​ray></value​>\n</member>​n<member>\n​<name>operating​_system</na
> > me>\n<value​><string>Red Hat
> > Linux</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>checksum</nam​e>\n<val
> > ue><string>​8f3b3c1bd81022735853​a6e49fb197603412d14e​</string></​value>\n</
> > member>\n<mem​ber>\n<na
> > me>type</name​>\n<value>​<string>REAL​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<member
> > me>>\n<nam​e>description<​/name>\n<valu​e><string>3​AS running on
> > i686-redhat-linux​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n</struct​></value>\n​</para
> > m>\n</params>\n']
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 Dispatching: up2date.login
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:login({'sy​sid_string':
> > '<?xml
> > version="1.0"?>\​n<params>\n​<param>\n<va​lue><struct​>\n<member>\​n<name>use
> > rname</name>\​n<value><st​ring>anonymous​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<mem
> > ber>\n<name​>profile_name</n​ame>\n<value​><strin
> > g>tickets.easynew​s.com</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>syst
> > g>em_id</name​>\n<value>​<string>Current​-ANONYMOUS</strin​g></value>​n</mem
> > ber>\n<member​>\n<name>a​rchitecture</name​>\n<value>​<string>i686-r​edhat-li
> > nux</string>​</value>\n</​member>\n<mem​ber>\n<name​>os_
> > release</name>​\n<value><​string>3AS</st​ring></value​>\n</member>​\n<member>
> > \n<name>field​s</name>\n​<value><array​><data>\n​<value><strin​g>username</st​
> > ring></value​>\n<value>​<string>profile_​name</string>​</value>\n<​value><str
> > ing>system_id<​/string></valu​e>\n<value​><string>arc
> > hitecture</string​></value>\​n<value><st​ring>os_release​</string></va​lue>\n
> > <value><str​ing>checksum</​string></value​>\n<value>​<string>descri​ption</st
> > ring></value​>\n<value>​<string>type<​/string></valu​e>\n<value​><string>oper
> > ating_system</str​ing></value​>\n</data>​</array></va
> > lue>\n</membe​r>\n<member​>\n<name>ope​rating_system</na​me>\n<value​><string
> > lue>>Red Hat
> > Linux</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>checksum</nam​e>\n<val
> > ue><string>​8f3b3c1bd81022735853​a6e49fb197603412d14e​</string></​value>\n</
> > member>\n<mem​ber>\n<name​>type</name>​n<va
> > lue><string​>REAL</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>descriptio
> > n</name>\n​<value><string​>3AS running on
> > i686-redhat-linux​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n</struct​></value>\n​</para
> > m>\n</params>\n'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:42
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_release':
> > '3AS', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
> > 'i686-redhat-linux'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 Result is normal data: turn it into an XML chunk Jun 01
> > 16:15:42 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
> > sendClientResult(), 263): Data sent.
> > Jun 01 16:15:42 sendClientResult() finished
> > Jun 01 16:15:43 Current v1.4.4 starting up
> > Jun 01 16:15:43 Header object successfully parsed: ['redhat-3AS-i386',
> > '20040601161347'] Jun 01 16:15:43 /usr/share/current/a​uth.py:isValid({})
> > Jun 01 16:15:43 Current v1.4.4 starting up
> > Jun 01 16:15:43 Header object successfully parsed: ['redhat-3AS-i386',
> > '20040601161347'] Jun 01 16:15:43 /usr/share/current/a​uth.py:isValid({})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 Current v1.4.4 starting up
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 Requesting: up2date.solveDependencies
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 with params = ['<?xml
> > version="1.0"?>\​n<params>\n​<param>\n<va​lue><struct​>\n<member>\​n<name>use
> > rname</name>\​n<value><st​ring>anonymous​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<mem
> > ber>\n<name​>profile_name</n​ame>\n<value​><string>tic​kets.easynews.com​</st
> > ring></val
> > ue>\n</member​>\n<member​>\n<name>syst​em_id</name>\​n<value><st​ring>Current
> > ue>-ANONYMOUS<​/string></valu​e>\n</member​>\n<member>​\n<name>archi​tecture<
> > /name>\n<valu​e><string>i​686-redhat-linux<​/string></valu​e>\n</member​>\n<m
> > ember>\n<name​>os_release</n​ame>\n<value​><string>3AS​</
> > string></value​>\n</member​>\n<member>​n<name>fields​</name>\n<​value><array
> > string>><da​ta>\n<value​><string>user​name</string>​</value>\n<​value><string
> > >profile_name<​/string></valu​e>\n<value​><string>syste​m_id</string>​</value
> > >\n<value>​<string>archit​ecture</string​></value>\n​<value><
> > string>os_release​</string></​value>\n<valu​e><string>c​hecksum</string​></va
> > lue>\n<value​><string>des​cription</string​></value>\n​<value><str​ing>type</
> > string></value​>\n<value>​<string>operat​ing_system</strin​g></value>​n</dat
> > a></array>​</value>\n<​/member>\n<me​mber>\n<name​>ope
> > rating_system</na​me>\n<value​><string>Red Hat
> > Linux</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>checksum</nam​e>\n<val
> > ue><string>​8f3b3c1bd81022735853​a6e49fb197603412d14e​</string></​value>\n</
> > member>\n<mem​ber>\n<name​>type</name>​n<value><s​tring>REAL</st​ring></valu
> > e>\n<
> > /member>\n<me​mber>\n<name​>description</n​ame>\n<value​><string>3AS​ running
> > on
> > i686-redhat-linux​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n</struct​></value>\n​</para
> > m>\n</params>\n',
> > ['jaf',
> > 'javamail',
> > 'junit',
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so',
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so',
> > 'jaf',
> > 'javamail',
> > 'junit',
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so',
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so',
> > 'lib-junit-3.8.1.so',
> > 'elfutils-libelf-devel',
> > 'liblaus.so.1']]
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 module = up2date
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 function = solveDependencies
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py, callAPIMethod(),
> > 309): params = ['<?xml
> > version="1.0"?>\​n<params>\n​<param>\n<va​lue><struct​>\n<member>\​n<name>use
> > rname</name>\​n<value><st​ring>anonymous​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<mem
> > ber>\n<name​>profile_name</n​
> > ame>\n<value​><string>tic​kets.easynews.com​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<
> > ame>member>\n​<name>system_i​d</name>\n​<value><string​>Current-ANONYMOU​S</s
> > tring></value​>\n</member​>\n<member>\​n<name>archite​cture</name>\​n<value><
> > string>i686-redha​t-linux</string​></value>\n​</member>\n
> > <member>\n​<name>os_release​</name>\n<v​alue><string​>3AS</string>​</value>\n
> > </member>\n​<member>\n<n​ame>fields</na​me>\n<value​><array><d​ata>\n<value​><
> > string>username​</string></va​lue>\n<value​><string>pro​file_name</string​></
> > value>\n<valu​e><string>s​ystem_id</string​></value>\
> > n<value><st​ring>architecture​</string></​value>\n<valu​e><string>o​s_release
> > </string></​value>\n<valu​e><string>c​hecksum</string​></value>\n​<value><str
> > ing>description​</string></va​lue>\n<value​><string>typ​e</string><​/value>\n
> > <value><str​ing>operating_sys​tem</string>​</value>\n
> > </data></ar​ray></value​>\n</member>​n<member>\n​<name>operating​_system</na
> > me>\n<value​><string>Red Hat
> > Linux</string>​</value>\n​</member>\n<m​ember>\n<name​>checksum</nam​e>\n<val
> > ue><string>​8f3b3c1bd81022735853​a6e49fb197603412d14e​</string></​value>\n</
> > member>\n<mem​ber>\n<na
> > me>type</name​>\n<value>​<string>REAL​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n<member
> > me>>\n<nam​e>description<​/name>\n<valu​e><string>3​AS running on
> > i686-redhat-linux​</string></val​ue>\n</member​>\n</struct​></value>\n​</para
> > m>\n</params>\n',
> > ['jaf',
> > 'javamail',
> > 'junit',
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so',
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so',
> > 'jaf',
> > 'javamail',
> > 'junit',
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so',
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so',
> > 'lib-junit-3.8.1.so',
> > 'elfutils-libelf-devel',
> > 'liblaus.so.1']]
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 Dispatching: up2date.solveDependencies
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/u​p2date.py:solveDepen​dencies({'unknowns':​ ['jaf',
> > 'javamail', 'junit', 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so',
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so', 'jaf', 'javamail', 'junit',
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so', 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so',
> > 'lib-junit-3.8.1.so', 'elfutils-libelf-devel', 'liblaus.so.1']}) Jun 01
> > 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:getCompa​tibleChannels({'clie​nt_release':
> > '3AS', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:_getCann​onArch({'arch':
> > 'i686-redhat-linux'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown': 'jaf',
> > 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown': 'javamail',
> > 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown': 'junit',
> > 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux',
> > 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux',
> > 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown': 'jaf',
> > 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown': 'javamail',
> > 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown': 'junit',
> > 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'lib-javax-activatio​n-20030319.so', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux',
> > 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'lib-javax-mail-20031006.so', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux',
> > 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'lib-junit-3.8.1.so', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label':
> > 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'elfutils-libelf-devel', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux',
> > 'chan_label': 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46
> > /usr/share/current/p​ackagedb.py:solveDep​endancy({'unknown':
> > 'liblaus.so.1', 'client_arch': 'i686-redhat-linux', 'chan_label':
> > 'redhat-3AS-i386'})
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 Result is normal data: turn it into an XML chunk Jun 01
> > 16:15:46 (/usr/share/current/​current_apache.py,
> > sendClientResult(), 263): Data sent.
> > Jun 01 16:15:46 sendClientResult() finished
> > Jun 01 16:15:56 Current v1.4.4 starting up
> > Jun 01 16:15:56 Header object successfully parsed: ['redhat-3AS-i386',
> > '20040601161347'] Jun 01 16:15:56 /usr/share/current/a​uth.py:isValid({})
> >
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Ben
> >
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RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current. Ben <comsatcat at earthlink dot net> Ben <comsatcat at earthlink dot net> 2004-06-01 14:17:44 PDT
     RE: RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current. "Lawrence, Steve" <Steve dot Lawrence at factiva dot com> "Lawrence, Steve" <Steve dot Lawrence at factiva dot com> 2004-06-01 14:23:17 PDT
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                 RE: RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current. cwertman Chris Wertman 2004-06-01 18:29:37 PDT
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                 RE: RHEL 3 AS Update 2 Breaks Current. hunterm Hunter Matthews 2004-06-02 08:32:10 PDT
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