When Red Hat Network goes into outage mode it's meant to serve a static copy of
the errata pages so that folks can still find out about the things we've pushed.
However I noticed in today outage that the static copy is out of date (and was
last updated in June 2005).
Security Advisory RHSA-2005:498 Moderate: spamassassin security update
User firstname.lastname@example.org's account has been closed
When last I talked with SOC about this, they weren't aware of when/how these
pages get generated. So it looks like we'll need to put some policy in place.
Closing this bug b/c this is no longer an issue. We have changed the way outages are done.
Reopening. I don't think the recent changes to outage content addressed the static errata pages.
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