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# Generate crash (e.g. run "$ will_abort --random" or kill some process with SIGSEGV "$ sleep 100 &" "$ kill -SEGV %1")
# Generate crash (e.g. run "$ will_abort --random" or kill some process with SIGSEGV "$ sleep 100 &" "$ kill -SEGV %1")
# Report the crash with gnome-abrt to Bugzilla
# Report the crash with gnome-abrt to Bugzilla or partner Bugzilla (https://partner-bugzilla.redhat.com/)
# In a review part of the reporting work-flow change a text content of all possible dump dir elements (e.g. add a sentence to the backtrace file etc.)
# In a review part of the reporting work-flow change a text content of all possible dump dir elements (e.g. add a sentence to the backtrace file etc.)
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|results=

Revision as of 14:01, 13 October 2015

Description

This test case checks whether ABRT removes security information after a user reviewed the data which will be filled in the Bugzilla bug report.


How to test

  1. Generate crash (e.g. run "$ will_abort --random" or kill some process with SIGSEGV "$ sleep 100 &" "$ kill -SEGV %1")
  2. Report the crash with gnome-abrt to Bugzilla or partner Bugzilla (https://partner-bugzilla.redhat.com/)
  3. In a review part of the reporting work-flow change a text content of all possible dump dir elements (e.g. add a sentence to the backtrace file etc.)

Expected Results

  1. All the content changes you've made during reporting are reflected in the Bugzilla report.