Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 70871
up2date fails (resolving dependencies?)
Last modified: 2015-01-07 18:58:43 EST
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Description of problem:
up2date -l exits silently at the Testing RPM inter-dependencies stage
without outputing any hashes, or listing any packages. It doesn't upgrade a
named package either, probably failing at the same point. This is version
up2date-2.9.33 - it works again if I downgrade to up2date-2.9.30
Steps to Reproduce:
1. up2date -l
Additional information: when started from the command line, called simply as
up2date with no options, then selecting to override configuration (to update
the kernel), I get the same behavior. However, I also see the following
** (up2date:2446): WARNING **: could not find handler `onRegPackagePageBack'
Disregared my previous message -- it's a different bug. Sorry.
After thinking a minute, it is the same bug, just in the GUI instead of the
batch mode. The GUI gets to the same point -- resolving RPM interdependencies
and then I get the Segmentation Fault (the WARNING is from much earlier in the
It is working again in up2date-2.9.38 from rawhide (though only after upgrading
the rpm packages to 4.1-0.75). I am closing this bug.