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Kernel 4.7.10 issue?

asked 2016-11-06 10:19:44 -0500

neverknew gravatar image

I upgraded to on Fedora 23 the other day. Suddenly boot time slowed. Systemd-analyze blame indicated the abrtd.service was taking over 3 minutes to complete. Running the problem reporting tool didn't turn up any errors while I was running 4.7.10. So I rebooted to 4.7.9 and tried again. This time I found over 8,000 errors (a good reason why it was slow).

The errors are all "incomplete" with insufficient information for a real bug report - does anyone know if this has already been reported?

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answered 2016-11-06 10:25:47 -0500

TWTOoth gravatar image

you can type Problem Reporting in your search "GUI" which is a Collection of software tools designed for collecting, analysing and reporting of software issues, Its main purpose is to ease the process of reporting an issue and finding a solution.

every thing you need too know about the problems and errors is there and if its reported or not and if your system recovered after the error it will be un reportable

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Problem reporting is where I found the 8500 error messages. Most of them say "System Failure" then goes on to say "The system has encountered a problem and recovered" which is fine except the abrtd.service scans them at boot looking for something to report. Scanning 8000 messages takes time.

neverknew gravatar imageneverknew ( 2016-11-06 10:39:09 -0500 )edit

i really don't know what are you asking here but you can see that errors is divided into two categories so if your system recovered and running i can't see what the problem is ! you can report any problem by creating an account on there should be enough support for your issue there

hope this helps

TWTOoth gravatar imageTWTOoth ( 2016-11-06 14:01:30 -0500 )edit

Just because the system is working doesn't mean it's working well, especially when it reports several thousand errors in a day. The last time the system did this I was told the developers were already aware of the issue and not to create a duplicate report. How do I find out if someone else has already created a report?

neverknew gravatar imageneverknew ( 2016-11-06 15:56:16 -0500 )edit

the kernel 4.7.10 was released on Oct 27 any issues should be resolved by now but i suggest trying to check for updates which could contain packages resolving this issue, if someone filed a report of the problem you can't know that but you could find similarity in the situation by simply googling the issue and look up the most close to your issue

TWTOoth gravatar imageTWTOoth ( 2016-11-06 17:09:29 -0500 )edit
TWTOoth gravatar imageTWTOoth ( 2016-11-06 17:12:20 -0500 )edit

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