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Old 09-19-2012, 02:11 PM
Andreas Beckmann
Default mass bug filing about packages manipulating conffiles (policy 10.7.3)

On 2012-09-19 15:25, Adam D. Barratt wrote:
> On 19.09.2012 08:44, Andreas Beckmann wrote:
>> If noone objects, I'll go ahead with filing these bugs with Severity:
>> serious since this is a violation of a "must" directive.
> Do we have an idea of how many such bugs there are affecting wheezy
> currently? Apologies if that was answered earlier in the -devel thread,
> I couldn't see it from a browse through.

I think I filed about 10 so far on sid and/or wheezy. There are
currently 25 potential failures the need to be analyzed further for sid
and 15 for wheezy. Since I added that check, about 15% of sid and 2% of
wheezy have been retested (in my local piuparts instance). sid logs are
now set for recycling every 30 days, wheezy logs after 90 (if there is
free capacity, because new package versions will be processed first).
Once the machine gets idle, I can reduce the timings, but currently
there is quite some recycling backlog :-)
After looking at a log in detail (and filing a bug), I'll immediately
reschedule the package on all release and upgrade tests.
I have no estimate how many rdepends will be blocked from being tested.

Is anyone interested in getting an additional usertag for these bugs?


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