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Furthermore, the backwards incompatibility of this change is well documented here and is extensive:

https://api.mongodb.org/python/current/changelog.html#changes-in-version-3-0

Furthermore, the backwards incompatibility of this change is well documented here and is extensive:

https://api.mongodb.org/python/current/changelog.html#changes-in-version-3-0

This update breaks Pulp, which depends on python-pymongo through python-mongoengine:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1298427

Also, the CVE's impact is listed as low and taking advantage of it is listed as complex. These evaluations were made by the secteam.

This update breaks Pulp, which depends on python-pymongo through python-mongoengine:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1298427

Also, the CVE's impact is listed as low and taking advantage of it is listed as complex. These evaluations were made by the secteam.

Please do not push this update out to stable! pymongo version 3 is not backwards compatible and will break its dependent packages! Also, the CVE this addresses is extremely low impact and is highly unlikely to happen in the real world as CAs do not issue certificates like this. If we want to fix the CVE, the correct thing to do is to backport a patch, not to raise the version in a way that breaks dependencies.

Please do not push this update out to stable! pymongo version 3 is not backwards compatible and will break its dependent packages! Also, the CVE this addresses is extremely low impact and is highly unlikely to happen in the real world as CAs do not issue certificates like this. If we want to fix the CVE, the correct thing to do is to backport a patch, not to raise the version in a way that breaks dependencies.

Please do not push this update out to stable! pymongo version 3 is not backwards compatible and will break its dependent packages! Also, the CVE this addresses is extremely low impact and is highly unlikely to happen in the real world as CAs do not issue certificates like this. If we want to fix the CVE, the correct thing to do is to backport a patch, not to raise the version in a way that breaks dependencies.

Please do not push this update out to stable! pymongo version 3 is not backwards compatible and will break its dependent packages! Also, the CVE this addresses is extremely low impact and is highly unlikely to happen in the real world as CAs do not issue certificates like this.

If we want to fix the CVE, the correct thing to do is to backport a patch, not to raise the version in a way that breaks dependencies.

Works for me, thanks!

BZ#1291906 Unable to use docking station's ethernet adapter after connecting my running laptop to it

Works for me, on and off the docking station.

BZ#1291906 Unable to use docking station's ethernet adapter after connecting my running laptop to it

I just updated to this version on my laptop to see if it would resolve https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1291906 and I am pleased to report that it did! I don't know how to add that to the list of issues here, but if someone else does please do.

Thanks for testing @lnie!

@avij, if you wouldn't mind I would appreciate if you would retest this package when it hits testing. python-gflags should now be available in EPEL 7:

FEDORA-EPEL-2015-695a602189

python-gflags is now available.

karma

I can also confirm that qpidd starts and that Pulp's celery workers can communicate with this build.

I installed this build on my backup server and let it run overnight, resulting in a successful backup.

BZ#1269609 Review Request: ari-backup - A wrapper around rdiff-backup