[CentOS] CR repo update disaster for my desktop.

Mon Dec 3 20:06:16 UTC 2018
Rob Kampen <rkampen at kampensonline.com>

Sorry for top post, my android BlueMail will not let me insert at the bottom. 

I have found that tracker-extract seems to trigger a segfault. I note this is not updated in CR, but comes from base. Removal of tracker seems too harsh as it has dependant modules like brasero, evince, grilo, nautilus and totem. 
Maybe there is an obscure relationship in tracker that need attention. 

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On 03 Dec 2018, 11:28 PM, at 11:28 PM, Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org> wrote:
>On 03/12/2018 11:14, John Hodrien wrote:
>> On Mon, 3 Dec 2018, Simon Matter wrote:
>>>> Le 03/12/2018 à 06:25, Rob Kampen a écrit :
>>>>> I enabled the CR repo and did the yum update. Some 800+ rpms were
>>>>> offered and all seemed to resolve depenancies OK, so yes it was
>>>>> started. The updates completed and all looked good, until the
>>>> I got a similar disaster here. I guess the lesson to be learned is
>>>> CR is nice to have on servers, but don't use it on desktops.
>>> My question is what will change with the final release of 7.6? I
>>> the CR repo usually holds all updates with the exception of
>>> centos-release, or are there more updates to come? I had the
>>> that in the past, the final release brought only cosmetic changes
>>> the
>>> centos-release being updated.
>> I've seen zero problems on Desktops I've installed CR on.
>> If CR has issues, as you say you'd expect 7.6 to have problems.  If
>> things are
>> failing with CR updates, you really want to investigate what's going
>> jh
>+1 as 7.6.1810 is exactly 7.5.1804+updates+CR so only missing packages
>are centos-release/anaconda and install tree/media ..
>So if there are issues with CR, using the list and bugs.centos.org
>be good.
>BTW : the goal of CR is exactly to find those issues earlier and then
>write Release Notes with workarounds/warnings
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