Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1012614
package upload implodes when trying to upload a yum file with multibyte characters in the name.
Last modified: 2013-10-15 11:21:34 EDT
Description of problem:
When trying to upload a package with multibyte characters in the name, an ISE is thrown.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. kk repo content_upload --repo=zooup --product=Zooshop --filepath=./foo/你好.rpm --content_type=yum --org=ACME_Corporation
2. view results
ISE thrown; will attach error log.
It's probably that this error is bubbling up from pulp - and very possibly we and/or yum don't support multibyte characters in the filenames. That said, we should maybe handle the error and/or prevent it.
I haven't yet tested with puppet modules, any errors may be different.
Created attachment 803527 [details]
httpd error log trace
non critical for MDP2, moving to a later release.
" Common Character Set for Package Naming
While Fedora is an international community, for consistency and usability, there needs to be a common character set for package naming.
Specifically, all Fedora packages must be named using only the following ASCII characters. These characters are displayed here: