The 'hock' tool is no where to be found.
Well, I found it and looks like it works.
But it doesn't return any registration numbers.
Not found 500 error once again.............
You've reached this page because of a technical
problem that occurred while executing your last request. Our web engineers
automatically receive an email alerting them of your
difficulty and will address the issue promptly. We apologize for any
Please enter this problem in Bugzilla if you
continue to experience problems.
Return to redhat.com.
http://webadmin.rwc.redhat.com/apps/hock/ seems to work for me..
It is not working again......
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to
complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org and inform them of
the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may
have caused the error.
More information about this error may be available in the server error log.
Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an
ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Apache/1.3.12 Server at webadmin.rwc.redhat.com Port 80
Really a problem with the apache setup on that box...
Can I get a simple explanation as to why this keeps recurring???
ITS @#@$@##!@$# NOT WOKING AGAIN!
Internal Server Error ....
/me resolves this since there has been no activity for 6 months. Jcohen please
feel free to reopen if you have additional details.
Sorry, you asked.
Seems not to be working.
I am able to get to
http://www.redhat.com/apps/hock/ and http://webadmin.rwc.redhat.com/apps/hock/
both appear fine, but only the 'hock' off the webadmin... address actually
returns a registration number. Additionally, I have been having some sort of
cookies problem with the webadmin's 'hock' site. Occasionally I try to access
the page and all I get is a 'log out' button staring me in the face. If I log
out, close my browser, restart my browser, and try to access the page, I can
usually get back in.
Alrighty, since I asked...
Can you give me an example of how this is supposed to work, ie: a number I could
put in to get results back.
As for the cookie problem, that's some sort of groups caching going on - I
didn't have to close my browser to get in, however - just logged out and back
You can enter an item code for any Red Hat item that has warranty service
attached to it:
then just enter the quantity of reg numbers you need and where you would like
This bug has been opened and closed more times than a saloon door, so you won't
be surprised if i... close it again.
Note: it should be working on www.redhat.com now, as we've fixed sendmail there.