On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 18:51:09 +0100 Alasdair G Kergon <agk redhat com> wrote: > Well the pkgdb part of this seems to have gone wrong for *all* the > lvm-team-owned projects, unfortunately. > > Specifically, the Fedora 7 permissions were not copied across to the > new Fedora 8 correctly: > > lvm2 and device-mapper: mostly cloned OK, but 2 users were not > granted "commit" access for F8, although they have it for the other > collections. When I try to grant this manually, I get the error > "<number> is not in a group that is allowed to hold the commit acl". > Yet of course they hold the commit acl elsewhere. > > dmraid and device-mapper-multipath: only *one* user was given > access to F8 (watchcommits and commit). Nobody has "approveacls" so > we cannot even attempt to fix this ourselves. > > What quality assurance was performed on this data edit? Why didn't > the scripts performing the change flag up any errors? And what about > checking the results of a major data edit like this for > inconsistencies afterwards: Were any other packages affected > similarly? The script showed the errors for your packages and I passed those on to Toshio for hand fixing. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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