Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 502050
global name 'audit_event' is not defined
Last modified: 2009-11-18 08:08:20 EST
Description of problem:
entries in messages log file:
May 21 16:51:13 whale setroubleshoot: [avc.ERROR] Exception during AVC analysis: global name 'audit_event' is not defined#012Traceback (most recent call last):#012 File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setroubleshoot/analyze.py", line 187, in run#012 self.analyze_avc(avc, report_receiver)#012 File "/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/setroubleshoot/analyze.py", line 171, in analyze_avc#012 log_stats.info("analyze_avc() audit_event=%s\nstatistics=%s", audit_event, statistics)#012NameError: global name 'audit_event' is not defined
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Steps to Reproduce:
Did you turn profile on in /etc/setroubleshoot/setroubleshoot.cfg
Fixed in setroubleshoot-2.0.12-4.fc10.src.rpm
hi, yes it seems I did
Ok well there was a bug in this code path. Which is why no one else had seen it. Anyways it is now fixed. Will push it out to testing soon.
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