"ABRT problem creation: 'success'" shows up constantly in terminal after upgrade to Fedora 20

asked 2014-04-25 07:40:25 -0600

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Ever since upgrading from Fedora 19 to Fedora 20, I see the message "ABRT problem creation: 'success'" in the console after many tasks, usually some kind of software building (maven, rake, lein). My build processes are likely exiting with a non-zero status when tests fail, but I see no reason this should be creating an ABRT problem report. Sometimes the ABRT problem creation status is failed instead of success, but this happens constantly throughout the day - at least 50 times or more on an average day.

Something definitely seems broken with how ABRT decides what is a problen that needs submitting and what isn't. Is there a way to disable this feature entirely, or at least fix it to not think every software build with failed tests needs an ABRT problem report?

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