On Wed 2020-04-29, Christian Boltz wrote:
If you ever reported a bug for a product that
doesn't have SUSE or
openSUSE in its name (or got a bug moved there), please check if you can
still find it in the new bugzilla. During earlier testing, I've already
found (actually: missed) a few of my reports which are now also included
in the migration, so this is not only a theoretical problem.
To be clear: The criterion for moving/keeping bugs to/in the joint
SUSE+openSUSE Bugzilla instance is the relationship to a product,
not the affilation of the reporter.
(In other words, a Groupwise bug report of mine would not be moved over.
Christian's missing ones were more on the common tools side, so less clear
I'm afraid I'll have to dig out some things
that I reported earlier -
I've seen them fixed in the meantime, but they came back:
- saved searches (for example "my bugs" or "my reports") give me the
"Please stand by..." page forever, but doesn't show a bug list
Reported in the internal system used for the migration as
(Please do not get me started on why we are not using Bugzilla to track
- clicking the "Search" link gives me a
"504 Gateway Time-out" for
- tabular and graphical eports (which also use
query.cgi) also run
into into a gateway timeout
I included that as a note in the above; presumably the same root cause.
A somewhat funny detail is that bugzilla mails still
get sent with From:
bugzilla_noreply(a)novell.com - it's not a serious problem, but maybe you
want to change it nevertheless ;-)
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