Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1300362
[abrt] bodhi-client: bodhi:411:main:KeyError: 'title'
Last modified: 2016-12-20 13:02:17 EST
Description of problem:
In the f21 branch of python-amqp, I ran "bodhi -m".
Version-Release number of selected component:
cmdline: /usr/bin/python2 -tt /usr/bin/bodhi -m
runlevel: N 5
#1 main in /usr/bin/bodhi:411
#2 <module> in /usr/bin/bodhi:537
Created attachment 1116670 [details]
Created attachment 1116671 [details]
I'm seeing this as well.
> bodhi -m
No handlers could be found for logger "fedora.client.bodhi"
epel-rpm-macros-6-4 bugfix testing 2016-02-10
epel-rpm-macros-5-1 newpackage stable 2016-02-09
epel-rpm-macros-6-2 enhancement stable 2016-02-10
epel-rpm-macros-6-1 newpackage stable 2016-01-14
cyrus-imapd-2.4.18-1.fc21 security stable 2015-11-20
cyrus-imapd-2.4.18-1.fc22 security stable 2015-11-17
cyrus-imapd-2.4.18-1.fc23 security stable 2015-11-17
kcm_wacomtablet-2.1.0-2.20150702gitg8ad842e.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-09-11
kcm_wacomtablet-2.1.0-2.20150702gitg8ad842e.fc23 bugfix stable 2015-09-18
avahi-0.6.31-32.fc21 bugfix stable 2015-07-17
avahi-0.6.31-32.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-07-17
tig-2.1.1-1.fc21 bugfix stable 2015-04-18
tig-2.1.1-1.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-04-15
tig-2.1-1.fc21 bugfix stable 2015-03-15
tig-2.1-1.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-03-15
xu4-1.1-0.23.20150221svn3087.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-02-25
perl-Sys-Mmap-0.17-1.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-02-25
perl-Parallel-ForkManager-1.12-1.fc22 bugfix stable 2015-02-25
denyhosts-2.6-6.el5 bugfix stable 2015-02-19
denyhosts-2.6-20.el6 bugfix stable 2015-02-19
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 537, in <module>
File "/usr/bin/bodhi", line 411, in main
I have recently become the primary caretaker of Bodhi and I've inherited a number of issues related to bodhi 0.9. I wanted to be forthcoming with you that it will be difficult for me to fix issues with bodhi 0.9 while also pressing forward with bodhi 2, especially since I do not have any familiarity with the bodhi 0.9 codebase. I'm happy to keep this bug open to track the problem, but I would also encourage you to please test the bodhi 2 client (currently available in Rawhide and Copr). Unfortunately, the bodhi 2 client is not backwards compatible with bodhi 0.9, so at this time I only plan for bodhi 2 to be released with Fedora 26 and EPEL 7 (with special permission from the EPEL SC).
Here are some options you could pursue for this issue:
0) Write a patch for me that can be applied with the spec file. If you are willing to take the time to learn the bodhi 0.9 code, write a patch, and test it, I am willing to accept patches to be applied during build.
1) Use Rawhide.
2) Install bodhi 2 from my Copr.
I apologize as I understand that this is probably disappointing news for you to hear, but I thought it would be better to be forthcoming than to let the bug languish. I appreciate your understanding!
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