[Bug 1512902] Proposed package removed from archive
martin.pitt at ubuntu.com
Thu May 12 13:40:09 UTC 2016
The version of apport in the proposed pocket of Precise that was
purported to fix this bug report has been removed because the bugs that
were to be fixed by the upload were not verified in a timely (105 days)
** Changed in: apport (Ubuntu Precise)
Status: Fix Committed => Won't Fix
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apport will create .upload files for incomplete or corrupt crash
Status in apport package in Ubuntu:
Status in apport source package in Precise:
Status in apport source package in Trusty:
Status in apport source package in Vivid:
Status in apport source package in Wily:
SRU information appears in comment #3.
apport will set an UnreportableReason in the following situations for
crash reports where information collection fails or for packages that
do not exist. From apport/ui.py:
1038 except (IOError, EOFError, zlib.error) as e:
1039 # can happen with broken core dumps
1040 self.report['UnreportableReason'] = '%s\n\n%s' % (
1041 _('This problem report is damaged and cannot be processed.'),
1043 except ValueError: # package does not exist
1044 self.report['UnreportableReason'] = _('The report belongs to a package that is not installed.')
1045 except Exception as e:
1047 self.report['UnreportableReason'] = _('An error occurred while attempting to '
1048 'process this problem report:') + '\n\n' + str(e)
Because an UnreportableReason exists in the report, apport will stop
collecting information. Subsequently, there is "_MarkForUpload" is
left as True (the default) so apport calls mark_report_upload which
creates a .upload file such that the report which is incomplete or
corrupt is then uploaded to the Error Tracker.
In these cases the "_MarkForUpload" key should be set to "False"
thereby preventing uploads to the Error Tracker.
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