The same bug as 961520 and 814628 and 666893.
Tried to post a bug report about Inkscape.
My error message: "fatal: Unable to make sense of XML-RPC response from server. XML-RPC response too large. Our limit is 4194304 characters. We got 5137653 characters. Use XMLRPC_TRACE_XML to see for yourself"
*** Bug 1662919 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Following test is mostly for ABRT developers:
In `src/lib/abrt_xmlrpc.c` we set `xmlrpc_limit_set(XMLRPC_XML_SIZE_LIMIT_ID, 8 * XMLRPC_XML_SIZE_LIMIT_DEFAULT);` which directly affects size, we can process. It has been updated before when similar bugzillas were open. We could do that again to fit limit as seen in #1662919, but it is not really a solution as one day someone can come with even bigger needs.
Digging deeper, it happens when we query bugs and there are way to many corresponding bugs to our query (and/or data of those bugs are too big). It means, for example, that when we look for all bugs with specific abrt_hash (`rhbz_search_duphash()`) a lot of bugs with a lot of information are returned. Main problem, as I see it, is that we don't really need all fields of all bugs (like text, list of attachements, CC contacts etc.). We need only a few simple ones. If we would be able to get only specified fields of corresponding bugs, we can easily fit all bugs on Bugzilla in the limit we have.
Bugzilla provides `include_fields` option when downloading specific bugs, but it seems it does not work with searching (#1665064).
Upstream PR https://github.com/abrt/libreport/pull/550
*** Bug 1671499 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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