"First seen" version is wrong in release-specific table

Bug #1056061 reported by Dimitri John Ledkov on 2012-09-25
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Bug Description

On the errors.ubuntu for the "crash" in ubiquity launchpad bug 1027648 the following first/last found version numbers are reported, depending on which distro series are selected:

all: ubiquity 2.10.8 2.12.2
12.04: ubiquity 2.10.20 2.10.20
12.10: ubiquity 2.12.2 2.12.2

The "all distro series" version numbers look ok, the per-series simply show the current/highest version number of the package in that distro-series in both columns, which is not the full picute as the bug did indeed exist all the way throughout 2.108 & 2.12.2.

It may save time to fix bug 1021326 at the same time as this bug.

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description: updated
Changed in errors:
status: New → Triaged
importance: Undecided → High
summary: - first/last found version are odd between all & per-distro views
+ "First seen" version is wrong in release-specific table
description: updated
Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

I've now seen this with gparted and the row with the bug report 1063109. If you filter for the release Ubuntu 12.10 you see the first version as being 0.12.1-1ubuntu1. However, it has also occurred with 0.12.1 which is also in Ubuntu 12.10.

Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

Looking at it further the api call has the wrong first_seen:


      "count": 8,
      "first_seen": "0.12.1-1ubuntu1",
      "function": "/usr/sbin/gpartedbin:6:ped_assert:ped_device_read:ped_geometry_read:GParted::GParted_Core::get_filesystem:GParted::GParted_Core::set_device_partitions",
      "last_seen": "0.12.1-1ubuntu1",
      "package": "gparted",
      "rank": 3,
      "report": ""

Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

Digging into it further it appears that something may be incorrectly writing to the database:

In [6]: cassandra.get_metadata_for_bucket('/usr/sbin/gpartedbin:6:ped_assert:ped_device_read:ped_geometry_read:GParted::GParted_Core::get_filesystem:GParted::GParted_Core::set_device_partitions')
Out[6]: OrderedDict([(u'FirstSeen', '0.11.0-2'), (u'LastSeen', '0.12.1-1ubuntu1'), (u'Source', 'gparted')])

In [7]: cassandra.get_metadata_for_bucket('/usr/sbin/gpartedbin:6:ped_assert:ped_device_read:ped_geometry_read:GParted::GParted_Core::get_filesystem:GParted::GParted_Core::set_device_partitions', 'Ubuntu 12.10')
Out[7]: OrderedDict([(u'FirstSeen', '0.12.1-1ubuntu1'), (u'LastSeen', '0.12.1-1ubuntu1'), (u'Source', 'gparted'), (u'~Ubuntu 12.04:FirstSeen', '0.11.0-2'), (u'~Ubuntu 12.04:LastSeen', '0.11.0-2'), (u'~Ubuntu 12.10:FirstSeen', '0.12.1-1ubuntu1'), (u'~Ubuntu 12.10:LastSeen', '0.12.1-1ubuntu1')])


Clearly there are some from 12.10 using 0.12.1.

Changed in oops-repository:
status: New → Confirmed
Evan (ev) wrote :

Fixed in r61.

Changed in oops-repository:
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
Evan (ev) on 2013-03-12
Changed in oops-repository:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

This has been fixed in oopsrepository and as more errors are being bucketed the data will eventually be correct. I'm going to close the Errors task as Invalid as I don't think it is necessary to run a special job to clean this up.

Changed in errors:
status: Triaged → Invalid
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