This is the same update as in f25. I haven't time to get this into f24 so far.
sudo dnf upgrade --advisory=FEDORA-2017-8a8a92b52e
This update has been submitted for testing by rsroka.
This update has been pushed to testing.
works for me
This update has been submitted for stable by bodhi.
This update has been pushed to stable.
What kind of update description is this? Come on... Also, you haven't explained or even mentioned the new dependency on libfastjson. So now I have two json libraries on my system where I had just one before (json-c is still required by abrt, so I can't remove it). And no, the argument that it takes just 56KB on disk isn't valid. Now, I did find out that upstream switched from any json-c compatible library to libfastjson on 2016-02-03, but the point is I shouldn't have to figure out why there's a new dependency on my own. Not to mention that introducing new dependencies is against stable updates policy. As is jumping from 8.12 to 8.24. It seems like a big change which should be avoided in N-1 stable release unless there's a good reason. I don't see any.
Sorry, I did it automatically.
The change from json-c to libfastjson was inevitable because json-c is absolutely not threadsafe and rsyslog could have thousands of threads so you can imagine what was happening with rsyslog. Libfastjson is a fork of json-c refactored by rsyslog upstream and now it works better. It was upstream decision and I as fedora maintainer have to accept it. Yes it is possible to compile rsyslog with json-c but do we want to? Do we want buggy rsyslog that is segfaulting all the time?
I understand that this was a big jump but F24 deserves it. This jump was caused by former maintainer that didn't care about fedora updates and rsyslog wasn't updated a year.
I see. That's the kind of information that would be extremely valuable in the release notes. Please make sure you include it next time your update adds new dependencies. Thanks.
BTW: i am really PISSED of such pointless renames
/etc/logrotate.d/syslog als /etc/logrotate.d/syslog.rpmsave gesichert
there is a good reason that i touched that file on every machine:
/var/log/maillog is supposed to be rolled only once in a month by a own cronjob becuase otherwise pflogsum monthly stats are not roking
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