Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 815691
ABRT GUI doesn't update "Last Occurrence" date field
Last modified: 2013-02-13 02:53:31 EST
Description of problem:
Just now I reproduced bug 751277 and crash occurred, as always.
As expected, ABRT icon appears in notification area, as always.
However, in ABRT GUI, "Last Occurrence" is still set to March 18th.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install KDE spin, avant-window-navigator, try opening AWN Preferences ^^
2. Reproduce the crash at a later date, again and again.
Last Occurrence remains unchanged.
Last Occurrence is updated to reflect current date.
In doubt I've set this bug's prio to high, assuming bugs related to bug reports are most sensitive.
Over time it seems like duplicates (i.e. same error messages, software/kernel/abrt versions), may and/or :
* see their last occurrence "never" updated
eg. awn prefs (still, as mentioned here before)
* see their last occurrence "always" updated
eg. guvcview crash
* each be reported as a new, distinct entry
(and I think, also the same guvcview crash, but I can't confirm right now,
the last occurrence being consistently updated since I cleaned-up entries)
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