Description of problem:
After upgrading F7 -> F8 via DVD there is a Fedora-install-media.repo file in
/etc/yum.repos.d which is enabled. It causes Pirut to crash.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Choose Add/Remove Software from the main menu and pirut will ask for the CD.
2. Instead, choose the repositories button and uncheck the Install Media option.
3. Choose close.
4. Pirut crashes.
Summary: TB6139ffb8 depsolve.py:92:_getTsInfo:AttributeError: 'NoneType' object
has no attribute 'installonlypkgs'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/sbin/pirut", line 483, in <module>
File "/usr/sbin/pirut", line 479, in main
File "/usr/sbin/pirut", line 407, in run
File "/usr/sbin/pirut", line 423, in doRefresh
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/pirut/__init__.py", line 339, in
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/pirut/__init__.py", line 303, in reposSetup
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/yum/depsolve.py", line 72, in doTsSetup
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/yum/depsolve.py", line 85, in _getTs
File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/yum/depsolve.py", line 92, in _getTsInfo
self._tsInfo.installonlypkgs = self.conf.installonlypkgs # this kinda sucks
AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'installonlypkgs'
Local variables in innermost frame:
self: <__main__.PackageManager object at 0x8a7a6ac>
Can you tell me what version of yum you have installed?
can you post your yum.conf file?
# PUT YOUR REPOS HERE OR IN separate files named file.repo
# in /etc/yum.repos.d
Do you have any yum plugins installed?
could you post:
yum list installed yum\* rpm\*
rpm.i386 18.104.22.168-7.fc8 installed
rpm-build.i386 22.214.171.124-7.fc8 installed
rpm-libs.i386 126.96.36.199-7.fc8 installed
rpm-python.i386 188.8.131.52-7.fc8 installed
rpmdevtools.noarch 6.4-1.fc8 installed
rpmlint.noarch 0.82-2.fc8 installed
yum.noarch 3.2.8-2.fc8 installed
yum-fastestmirror.noarch 1.1.11-1.fc8 installed
yum-metadata-parser.i386 1.1.2-1.fc8 installed
yum-presto.noarch 0.4.3-1.fc8 installed
yum-skip-broken.noarch 1.1.11-1.fc8 installed
yum-utils.noarch 1.1.11-1.fc8 installed
yumex.noarch 2.0.3-2.fc8 installed
And can you post all of the .repo files in /etc/yum.repos.d or /etc/yum/repos.d ?
Created attachment 297884 [details]
yum.repos.d - only 3 enabled
okay - so this happens just b/c the installmedia repo exists AT all? Or does it
only happen when it is enabled?
okay, I tested yum 3.2.12 from rawhide and pirut 1.3.28-1.fc8 and I can't get
enable/disable in the repo editor to make that traceback.
Can make it happen each time?
Can you update to yum from rawhide and test it?
yum install pygpgme
yum --enablerepo=rawhide update yum
then test it again.
It happens only when it is enabled. When the media repo is enabled, pirut asks
for a cd. Choose the middle button to edit repos. Uncheck the media repo. Close.
Happens every time.
Installing from yum rawhide fails:
Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd.xml) for repository: rawhide.
Please verify its path and try again
To be honest, I'm not keen to bork my machine with an unstable yum... Sorry.
I think I cannot replicate this but I want to get someone else to test it:
1. add a .repo file with these contents:
enabled = 1
2. run pirut
3. when it prompts you to insert the cd, click 'repository manager'
4. disable that repo
this is where it should fallover, right?
selinux disabled, suggestions from comment #12 caused no crash. Perhaps a
strace might shed some light on the subject. Yum version yum-3.2.8-2.fc8 i386 box.
Strace sounds like fun.
Stephen can you run pirut in strace and make this occur. I'd love to know what
it is doing right before it dies.
Created attachment 297924 [details]
ltrace pirut (tgz)
4.5. click 'close' on the repository manager, and there is a 3 sec pause as yum
goes on to load plugins before stack trace appears.
How do you 'sudo strace ...' a process? (pirut has a setuid helper, strace
under sudo can't connect to X)
Attached is a the output from:
$ ltrace -o pirut.ltrace -rfS pirut
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