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Description of problem:
yum logs its operations to /var/log/yum.log in format
MMM DD HH:MM:SS action: package [version]
using English names for months for updates and installations but locale settings
for removals. This may confuse some log analyzers such as logwatch.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select a package to remove and a language (pick up some that you won't miss
for a while, during the testing). E.g. rsh
2. LC_ALL=ru_RU.utf8 yum remove rsh
3. tail -1 /var/log/yum.log
-- to return the package _and also_ verify that installation uses English:
4. LC_ALL=ru_RU.utf8 yum install rsh
5. tail -1 /var/log/yum.log
Actual Results: Month name is logged in the language specified system-wide or using LC_... after
a package removal.
Expected Results: All yum operations should use either locale settings or English for logging.
yum-2.2.2-0 from FC3 is affected, too.
I'm not seeing this here -- does it still occur for you with yum 2.4.0?
Cool, version 2.4.0 indeed fixes this bug. However, FC3 still contains
yum-2.2.2-0 which is affected. Changing the Version field to fc3.
Okay, we're not really planning on pushing a newer version back to fc3 at this