ABRT 'sucks' :eek:
Will my system die if I remove abrt*
will this work:
yum remove abrt*
and what is the difference between 'yum remove' and 'yum erase' ?
on 01/27/2010 – Made popular on 01/27/2010
I'm configuring CentOS 6.2 and have seen a few "[abrt] full crash report" emails. I understand that abrt is useful for creating crash dumps and what not, so I don't want to disable the service, I just would like to stop getting the crash report emails.
I probably have to add something to the config file in /etc/abrt/abrt.conf. I can't seem to find anything in my searches. Any idea? Thanks.
I tried to report a Rhythmbox bug yesterday, but ran out of space on my 2GB /var partition while ABRT downloaded the debug info. I run /var/tmp as a tmpfs, but /var/chache/yum is in the normal /var LVM volume. How big should /var be? There was around 1.4 GB of free space on /var when the download started. Or is there a way to tell ABRT to skip downloading the debug info?
Every time I login I get the abrt flashing light at the top of the screen, but nothing comes up. When I try to run it manually from Applications->System Tools->Automatic Bug Reporting Tool I get a popup with:
I am using Fedora 14 amd64
my apache server is running on my system is working fine bofore restarting the system my system is not starting
# service httpd status
httpd dead but subsys locked
abrt: saved core dump of pid 30386 (/usr/sbin/httpd) to /var/spool/abrt/ccpp-1381230131-30386.new/coredump (3248128 bytes)
abrtd: Directory 'ccpp-1381230131-30386' creation det
I just installed Fedora 19 and both when I booted the live CD and for every boot since install (both before and after all the updates) I am greeted with an ABRT warning telling me that there is a problem with the kernel.
Upon further investigation I found the rather alarming message "Your BIOS is broken" in the ABRT tool.