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Old 06-10-2008, 02:39 PM
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing

cpl:
F7-updates > F8 (0:4.1.0-2.fc7 > 0:4.1.0-1.fc9)

GMT-coastlines:
F7-updates > F8 (0:1.10-1 > 0:1.9-3)

redet-doc:
F7-updates > F8 (0:8.23-2 > 0:8.22-1.fc8)

system-config-vsftpd:
F7-updates > F8 (0:0.5.1-2.fc7 > 0:0.5.1-1.fc10)

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Old 06-10-2008, 02:53 PM
Adam Jackson
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 10:39 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing

Apologies for this. I'm trying to get this running again and didn't
notice that the script sends mail by default. Proper EVR report to
follow eventually.

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Old 06-10-2008, 03:34 PM
Josh Boyer
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 10:53:50 -0400
Adam Jackson <ajax@redhat.com> wrote:

> On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 10:39 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> > Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> > testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing
>
> Apologies for this. I'm trying to get this running again and didn't
> notice that the script sends mail by default. Proper EVR report to
> follow eventually.

Which script are you using? The one in the rel-eng repo has code that
connects to koji to see if there are builds queued that might fix the
paths. This is mostly used during freeze times, but it could be
extended to see if there are builds in the updates-candidates tags too.

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Old 06-10-2008, 04:24 PM
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-
testing, F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-
testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-testing, rawhide

AcetoneISO2:
F7-updates > F9-updates (0:2.0.2-4.fc7 > 0:2.0.2-3.fc9)
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:2.0.2-4.fc8 > 0:2.0.2-3.fc9)

aplus-fsf:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:4.22.1-3.fc7 > 0:4.22.1-2.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:4.22.1-3.fc8 > 0:4.22.1-2.fc9)

asunder:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:1.5-1.fc7 > 0:1.0.2-1.fc9)
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:1.5-1.fc8 > 0:1.0.2-1.fc9)

blam:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.8.3-15.fc8 > 0:1.8.3-13.fc9)

bouml-doc:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:4.2-1 > 0:3.4-1)

cairo-clock:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:0.3.4-2.fc7 > 0:0.3.4-1.fc8)
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.3.4-2.fc7 > 0:0.3.4-1.fc9)

cpl:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:4.1.0-2.fc7 > 0:4.1.0-1.fc8)
F7-updates > F9 (0:4.1.0-2.fc7 > 0:4.1.0-1.fc9)

ctapi-cyberjack:
F7-updates > F8 (0:3.0.5-1.fc7 > 0:3.0.4-1.fc8)

dbus-python:
F7-updates > F8 (0:0.82.3-1.fc7 > 0:0.82.0-2.fc8)

driftnet:
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.1.6-18.20040426cvs.fc7 > 0:0.1.6-16.20040426cvs.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.1.6-19.20040426cvs.fc8 > 0:0.1.6-16.20040426cvs.fc9)

eclipse-phpeclipse:
F7-updates > F8 (0:1.1.8-17.fc7 > 0:1.1.8-16.fc7)

ecore:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.9.9.042-4.fc8 > 0:0.9.9.042-3.fc9)

eric:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:3.9.5-3.fc7 > 0:3.9.5-2.fc8)

evolution-rss:
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.0.8-9.fc8 > 0:0.0.8-7.fc9)

fedora-idm-console:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.1.1-3.fc8 > 0:1.1.1-2.fc9)

fio:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.19-1.fc8 > 0:1.18-1.fc9)

ganyremote:
F8-updates > F9-updates-testing (0:3.0-1.fc8 > 0:2.8-2.fc9)

gbrainy:
F8-updates-testing > F9-updates-testing (0:0.70-3.fc8 > 0:0.70-1.fc9)

geoqo:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.97-1.fc7 > 0:0.96-5.fc9)
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.97-1.fc8 > 0:0.96-5.fc9)

ghc:
F8-updates > F9 (0:6.8.2-8.fc8 > 0:6.8.2-2.fc9)

GMT:
F7-updates > F9-updates (0:4.3.1-2.fc7 > 0:4.3.1-1.fc9)
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:4.3.1-2.fc8 > 0:4.3.1-1.fc9)

gnash:
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.8.2-3.fc7 > 0:0.8.2-2.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.8.2-3.fc8 > 0:0.8.2-2.fc9)

gnome-do:
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.4.2.0-1.fc8 > 0:0.4.0.1-1.fc9)

gnuradio:
F8-updates > F9 (0:3.1.2-1.fc8 > 0:3.1.1-4.fc9)

grub:
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.97-33.1.fc8 > 0:0.97-33.fc9)

gtkmm24:
F8-updates > F9 (0:2.12.7-1.fc8 > 0:2.12.5-1.fc9)

gtkmozembedmm:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.4.2.cvs20060817-20.fc8 > 0:1.4.2.cvs20060817-17.fc9)

haproxy:
F7-updates > F9 (0:1.3.14.4-1.fc7 > 0:1.3.14.3-1.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.3.14.4-1.fc8 > 0:1.3.14.3-1.fc9)

httrack:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:3.42-10.fc7 > 0:3.42-9.fc9)
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:3.42-10.fc8 > 0:3.42-9.fc9)

idm-console-framework:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.1.1-3.fc8 > 0:1.1.1-1.fc8)

inadyn:
F7-updates > F9 (0:1.96.2-4.fc7 > 0:1.96.2-3.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.96.2-4.fc8 > 0:1.96.2-3.fc9)

initng-ifiles:
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.1.5-1.fc7 > 0:0.1.4-5.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.1.5-1.fc8 > 0:0.1.4-5.fc9)

itpp:
F7-updates > F9 (0:4.0.4-1.fc7 > 0:4.0.0-2.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:4.0.4-1.fc8 > 0:4.0.0-2.fc9)

jna:
F8-updates > F9 (0:3.0.2-8.fc8 > 0:3.0.2-7.fc9)

knetworkmanager:
F7-updates-testing > F8-updates (0:0.2.2-3.fc7 > 0:0.2-0.7.fc8)

libdvdnav:
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:4.1.2-1.fc8 > 0:4.1.1-6.fc9)

libntlm:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.0-1.fc8 > 0:0.4.2-1.fc9)

libxcb:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:1.1-1.fc7 > 0:1.0-4.fc8)

mod_geoip:
F7-updates > F9 (0:1.2.2-1.fc7 > 0:1.2.0-2.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.2.2-1.fc8 > 0:1.2.0-2.fc9)

mod_security:
F7-updates > F9 (0:2.1.7-1.fc7 > 0:2.1.6-1.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:2.1.7-1.fc8 > 0:2.1.6-1.fc9)

namazu:
F7-updates > F9 (0:2.0.18-3.fc7 > 0:2.0.18-1.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:2.0.18-3.fc8 > 0:2.0.18-1.fc9)

nethack:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:3.4.3-17.fc7 > 0:3.4.3-16.fc8)

ngspice:
F7-updates > F9 (0:17-15.fc7 > 0:17-14.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:17-15.fc8 > 0:17-14.fc9)

obconf:
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:2.0.3-2.fc8 > 0:2.0.3-1.fc9)

ocaml-deriving:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.1.1a-4.fc8 > 0:0.1.1a-3.fc9)

ocaml-gsl:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.6.0-4.fc8 > 0:0.6.0-3.fc9)

ocaml-json-static:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.9.6-4.fc8 > 0:0.9.6-3.fc9)

ocaml-lacaml:
F8-updates > F9 (0:4.3.0-3.fc8 > 0:4.3.0-2.fc9)

ocaml-mysql:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.0.4-3.fc8 > 0:1.0.4-2.fc9)

ocaml-openin:
F8-updates > F9 (0:20070524-3.fc8 > 0:20070524-2.fc9)

ocaml-ounit:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:1.0.2-3.fc8 > 0:1.0.2-2.fc9)

ocaml-pa-monad:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:1.2.0-4.fc8 > 0:1.2.0-3.fc9)

ocaml-pgocaml:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:1.1-2.fc8 > 0:1.1-1.fc9)

ocaml-res:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:2.2.5-3.fc8 > 0:2.2.5-1.fc9)

ocaml-xmlrpc-light:
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.6-3.fc8 > 0:0.6-2.fc9)

openbox:
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:3.4.7.2-2.fc8 > 0:3.4.6.1-1.fc9)

perl-Device-SerialPort:
F8 > F9 (0:1.003001-1.fc8 > 0:1.04-3.fc9)

perl-Geo-IP:
F7-updates > F9 (0:1.31-1.fc7 > 0:1.30-3.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.31-1.fc8 > 0:1.30-3.fc9)

perl-QWizard:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:3.14-1.fc7 > 0:3.13-3.fc9)
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:3.14-1.fc8 > 0:3.13-3.fc9)

php-magickwand:
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.0.6-2.fc8 > 0:1.0.6-1.fc9)

pm-utils:
F7-updates-testing > F8 (0:0.99.4-17.fc7 > 0:0.99.4-6.fc8)

pybluez:
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.9.2-1.fc7 > 0:0.9.1-4.fc9)
F8 > F9 (0:0.9.2-1.fc7 > 0:0.9.1-4.fc9)

pychess:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:0.8-2.fc7 > 0:0.8-1.fc8)

pyjigdo:
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.3.0-1.fc7 > 0:0.2-3.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.3.0-1.fc8 > 0:0.2-3.fc9)

python-tgcaptcha:
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.11-3.fc8 > 0:0.11-2.fc9)

redet-doc:
F7-updates > F8 (0:8.23-2 > 0:8.22-1.fc8)
F7-updates > F9 (0:8.23-2 > 0:8.22-1.fc8)

rkward:
F7-updates-testing > F8-updates-testing (0:0.4.9a-3.fc7 > 0:0.4.9a-2.fc8)

rsync:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:2.6.9-6.fc7 > 0:2.6.9-5.fc8)

snownews:
F7-updates > F9 (0:1.5.9-1.fc7 > 0:1.5.8-2.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.5.9-1.fc8 > 0:1.5.8-2.fc9)

specto:
F7-updates > F8 (0:0.2.2-1.fc7 > 0:0.2.0-4.fc8)

speedcrunch:
F7-updates > F9 (0:0.10-1.fc7 > 0:0.9-3.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.10-1.fc8 > 0:0.9-3.fc9)

streamtuner:
F8-updates > F9 (0:0.99.99-19.fc8 > 0:0.99.99-17.fc9)

subcommander:
F7-updates > F9 (0:1.2.3-1.fc7.1 > 0:1.2.2-12.fc9)
F8-updates > F9 (0:1.2.3-1.fc8.1 > 0:1.2.2-12.fc9)

system-config-vsftpd:
F7-updates > F8-updates (0:0.5.1-2.fc7 > 0:0.5.1-1.fc8)
F7-updates > F9-updates (0:0.5.1-2.fc7 > 0:0.5.1-1.fc9)

TurboGears:
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:1.0.4.4-3.fc8 > 0:1.0.4.4-2.fc9)

uncrustify:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.46-1.fc7 > 0:0.45-1.fc9)
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.46-1.fc8 > 0:0.45-1.fc9)

virt-df:
F8-updates > F9-updates (0:2.1.1-8.fc8 > 0:2.1.1-7.fc9)

virt-top:
F8-updates-testing > F9-updates (0:1.0.1-4.fc8 > 0:1.0.1-3.fc9)

wdaemon:
F7-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.13-2.fc7 > 0:0.13-1.fc9)
F8-updates-testing > F9 (0:0.13-3.fc8 > 0:0.13-1.fc9)

xbase:
F7-updates > F8 (0:2.0.0-8.fc7 > 0:2.0.0-7.fc8)

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Old 06-10-2008, 04:29 PM
Adam Jackson
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 11:34 -0400, Josh Boyer wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 10:53:50 -0400
> Adam Jackson <ajax@redhat.com> wrote:
>
> > On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 10:39 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> > > Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> > > testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing
> >
> > Apologies for this. I'm trying to get this running again and didn't
> > notice that the script sends mail by default. Proper EVR report to
> > follow eventually.
>
> Which script are you using? The one in the rel-eng repo has code that
> connects to koji to see if there are builds queued that might fix the
> paths. This is mostly used during freeze times, but it could be
> extended to see if there are builds in the updates-candidates tags too.

http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewcvs/upgradecheck/?root=fedora

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Old 06-10-2008, 04:31 PM
Adam Jackson
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 12:24 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-
> testing, F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-
> testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-testing, rawhide

This one is much closer to right. It's still not attaching package
owner names, and I don't think it's actually checking rawhide correctly.

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Old 06-10-2008, 05:54 PM
Michael Schwendt
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 12:31:08 -0400, Adam Jackson wrote:

> On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 12:24 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> > Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> > testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-
> > testing, F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-
> > testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-testing, rawhide
>
> This one is much closer to right. It's still not attaching package
> owner names, and I don't think it's actually checking rawhide correctly.

If I remember correctly, repo ids must contain a number, which is
searched for. So, "rawhide" => "F10-development", for example.

The package owner names can only be loaded if the script is updated to
authenticate against FAS2 like it is done with the EPEL repoclosure
report. Username and password can be passed to PackageOwners.py [1]
(which was not necessary on buildsys.fedoraproject.org and FAS1).
upgradecheck.py does not support any options to take username/password
yet.

[1] http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewcvs/extras-repoclosure/?root=fedora

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Old 06-10-2008, 06:06 PM
Adam Jackson
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 19:54 +0200, Michael Schwendt wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 12:31:08 -0400, Adam Jackson wrote:
> > On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 12:24 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> > > Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> > > testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-
> > > testing, F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-
> > > testing, F9, F9-updates, F9-updates-testing, rawhide
> >
> > This one is much closer to right. It's still not attaching package
> > owner names, and I don't think it's actually checking rawhide correctly.
>
> If I remember correctly, repo ids must contain a number, which is
> searched for. So, "rawhide" => "F10-development", for example.

Yeah, I fixed that locally. "rawhide" gets into the set of repos to
look at, as per the blurb above, but it doesn't seem to show up in the
output. Which I know is bogus, since I just fixed an EVR inversion in
rawhide today.

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Old 06-10-2008, 08:44 PM
Josh Boyer
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 12:29:32 -0400
Adam Jackson <ajax@redhat.com> wrote:

> On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 11:34 -0400, Josh Boyer wrote:
> > On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 10:53:50 -0400
> > Adam Jackson <ajax@redhat.com> wrote:
> >
> > > On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 10:39 -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> > > > Broken upgrade path report for repositories F7, F7-updates, F7-updates-
> > > > testing, F8, F8-updates, F8-updates-testing
> > >
> > > Apologies for this. I'm trying to get this running again and didn't
> > > notice that the script sends mail by default. Proper EVR report to
> > > follow eventually.
> >
> > Which script are you using? The one in the rel-eng repo has code that
> > connects to koji to see if there are builds queued that might fix the
> > paths. This is mostly used during freeze times, but it could be
> > extended to see if there are builds in the updates-candidates tags too.
>
> http://cvs.fedoraproject.org/viewcvs/upgradecheck/?root=fedora

Erg. I claim this to be my fail. I need to merge these two scripts.

josh

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Old 06-11-2008, 03:04 PM
"Richard W.M. Jones"
 
Default Package EVR problems in Fedora 2008-06-10

On Tue, Jun 10, 2008 at 12:24:36PM -0400, buildsys@fedoraproject.org wrote:
> ocaml-deriving:
> F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.1.1a-4.fc8 > 0:0.1.1a-3.fc9)
>
> ocaml-gsl:
> F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.6.0-4.fc8 > 0:0.6.0-3.fc9)
>
> ocaml-json-static:
> F8-updates > F9-updates (0:0.9.6-4.fc8 > 0:0.9.6-3.fc9)
[etc etc]

Is this wrong?

I'm afraid to say that a lot of packages I have do this. The reason
is that I develop and build packages on Rawhide, then backport them to
F-8. However when backporting to F-8 I have to bump the release
number up, typically because I have to add an ExcludeArch: ppc64[*]
for F-8, but may be because of other packing twiddling too.

I wasn't aware that there had to be a strict increase in package
numbering between branches. (In fact, I wasn't aware that Fedora even
allowed updating between Fedora releases).

Rich.
[*] Although I suppose we could backport David Woodhouses
OCaml-on-ppc64 patch to F-8, but that wouldn't fix the packages which
are already like this.

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virt-p2v converts physical machines to virtual machines. Boot with a
live CD or over the network (PXE) and turn machines into Xen guests.
http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/virt-p2v

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