Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 883932
Include traceback to anaconda.log
Last modified: 2014-02-05 08:35:18 EST
Description of problem:
When anaconda reaches traceback, it's not in anaconda log.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Including such behaviour makes debugging and reporting much easier. I'm aware that there is /tmp/anaconda-tb-* file, but in previous versions, anaconda included this traceback to anaconda.log in previous versions.
A complete /tmp/anaconda-tb-* file will also include anaconda.log, so I'm not sure that we really need to do anything. That one file contains all the information.
I believe, you misunderstood me. As I stated in description, I'm aware of anaconda.log being in /tmp/anaconda-tb-* (along with traceback).
But this bug is about having traceback (not whole /tmp/anaconda-tb-* file) in anaconda.log so that one, using anamon watching anaconda.log can see the traceback.
This is how it was in previous versions of anaconda and this behaviour was great. Please consider including such feature back to anaconda.
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