otaylor at redhat.com
Thu Nov 6 12:32:16 UTC 2003
On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 07:06, simon andrews (BI) wrote:
> > On Don, 06 Nov 2003, Amit Bapat wrote:
> > > I'm getting a strange error with MySQL in the init scripts.
> > From: Robert Scheck
> > There's a bug in the mysql init script:
> > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=108779
> > https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2003-November/msg0
> What is going on with Bugzilla? If I try to access that bug I'm told that access is denied (even when I'm logged in), and if I search for reported bugs in mysql the only one I get back is 10800 (an unrelated issue). It's as if this bug is being deliberately hidden. Is it common practice to hide bugs in this way? If so then how do I know I'm not just duplicating an existing bug when I file a new report?
> This issue is hardly a security threat and it seems unneccesary to prevent anyone from seeing this report, so why is it blocked?
> I notice that the original thread about this only arose because the originators reports kept being closed without the issue being resolved.
> This hardly encourages confidence in an open and community supported process.
Checking, the bug is private to a group that seems to have nothing to do
with the subject of the bug (Red Hat Network Product Management) - so
I expect it was just an accidentally clicked checkbox. I've added a
comment to the bug report inquiring about that.
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