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Potential duplicate: bug 1315318
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This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 26 development cycle.
Changing version to '26'.
staging openQA just ran into something that looks a lot like this on one of the upgrade tests for today's F26 compose:
logs and the abrt problem dir can be downloaded from the Logs & Assets tab, the core_backtrace looks a lot like Bill's, running through raise / abort / g_assertion_message / g_assertion_message_expr / _ip_get_path_for_wd / ih_event_callback .
This isn't reliably reproducible, I don't think (it hasn't happened in previous runs of the same test, or in other runs of similar tests today).
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