Works here.

The default base fedora-modular repo has been setup now in mirrormanager, so it should be working now.

This was not the fault of this package (which has the correct repo), but that mirrormanager didn't automatically detect the modular repo. If those of you who gave -1's could retest that would be great.

It's going to be removed from extras I have been reliably told. Will try and get folks to make some sort of announcement.

This update has been unpushed.

Perhaps you could share those findings in the attached bug?

I was just going off the suggestion there. In the mean time I'll unpush this until we sort it out.

Note: ansible is being dropped from rhel-extras, so this package is available again.

bluepencil: can you please retest now?

melmorabity: I can backport that fix, but I'd really like to get 2.4.1 out due to all the other fixes (including security), so how about I push this stable and do another quick 2.4.1-2 with that backport for you?

This update has been unpushed.

jorti: can you file a bug on this so we can debug whats going on? I tested vault here and can't duplicate...

Note: php-JMSParser and php-PhpCollection were retired and are still blocked in koji. Please file a releng ticket to unblock them and set them active in pdc. Until then, this update won't go out because they cannot be signed.

This has been tagged in.

Check if you have a /etc/rkhunter.conf.rpmnew if you do, please move it into /etc/rkhunter.conf, re-run rkhunter --propupd and it should work.

I disabled that test... odd. Do you by chance have a /etc/rkhunter.conf.rpmnew? if so can you move it to /etc/rkhunter.conf, run rkhunter --propupd and see if the problem persists?

BZ#1465187 bind-dyndb-ldap needs rebuild against bind 9.11.1

Seems to work to compose rawhide and branched at least and hopefully fixes an issue with atomic, but we won't know until it's in the buildroot.

It does not build there currently, it needs newer asciidoctor. Also apparently theres install problems in epel7 (see bug 1286233 )


looks fine to me...