Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 821434
fedora-easy-karma fails while reading updates-testing repos
Last modified: 2016-09-19 22:43:31 EDT
Created attachment 584360 [details]
screen scrape of f-e-k run
Description of problem:
While trying to read updates-testing repo (local and remote) f-e-k throws a pycurl read error. (attached)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
happens reliably in both 32- and 64-bit installations
Steps to Reproduce:
1.enable updates-testing repo
read (of repo?) terminates early in pycurl
normal program execution
happens with current f-e-k in both vbox guests and on x86_64 real hardware
The error happens in code from python-fedora, therefore I reassign this bug.
Unable to replicate the error here. The error looks like it would be in bodhi if it's server side so lmacken would need to look at it. However, it could also be some other sort of configuration problem client-side. Are you using a proxy or connecting directly to admin.fedoraproject.org?
It is a direct connection, but the error occurs whil f-e-k is trying to read the repository information for updates-testing.
It is pointed at a local copy of the TDS 17-branched mirror. Re-syncing the repository does not change any of the details.
It seems clearly related to recent changes in the f-e-k dependencies.
Had some other people test on Fedora 17. They are unable to reproduce either.
If the traceback attached to this bug is accurately portraying where this is failing, it isn't when we're retrieving the repodata on the client so it shouldn't have to do with having a mirror of the repository.
see also BZ 822152 for an ABRT dump of another traceback.
it looks like something is wrong at your site but I'm not sure what it could be.
Could you try:
$ curl https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/list
and see if that works or errors out?
It seems to have been some strangeness in pycurl but I can't reproduce it anymore