Features/ABRTBacktraceDeduplication

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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
Backtrace deduplication server solves the problem of many duplicate
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Backtrace deduplication server solves the problem of many duplicate crash reports  being submitted  by ABRT to  Red Hat Bugzilla.  It is
  crash reports  being submitted  by ABRT to  Red Hat Bugzilla.  It is
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designed to help ABRT users  to find duplicate reports before filing a new bug, and  to help package maintainers to triage/reassign/merge already reported bugs.
  designed to help ABRT users  to find duplicate reports before filing
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  a new bug, and  to help package maintainers to triage/reassign/merge
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  already reported bugs.
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Backtrace deduplication server is a collection of newly-developed
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Backtrace deduplication server is a collection of newly-developed tools that will be deployed on the retrace server hardware, which is
  tools that will be deployed on the retrace server hardware, which is
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a part of Fedora infractructure. ABRT will contain a client tool and integration with the server.
  a part of Fedora infractructure. ABRT will contain a client tool and
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  integration with the server.
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== Owner ==
 
== Owner ==

Revision as of 13:01, 17 January 2012


Contents

ABRTBacktraceDeduplication

Summary

Backtrace deduplication server solves the problem of many duplicate crash reports being submitted by ABRT to Red Hat Bugzilla. It is

designed to help ABRT users  to find duplicate reports before filing a new bug, and  to help package maintainers to triage/reassign/merge already reported bugs.

Backtrace deduplication server is a collection of newly-developed tools that will be deployed on the retrace server hardware, which is

a part of Fedora infractructure. ABRT will contain a client tool and integration with the server.

Owner

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 17
  • Last updated: 2012-01-17
  • Percentage of completion: 60%

Detailed Description

Benefit to Fedora

Scope

How To Test

User Experience

Dependencies

Contingency Plan

Documentation

Release Notes

Comments and Discussion