PrivDog

PrivDog

Vendors

Browsers

  • Chromodo
  • Dragon
  • IceDragon

Advisories

  • Advisory; by PrivDog
  • Vulnerability Note VU#366544Adtrustmedia PrivDog fails to validate SSL certificates
  • Vulnerability Note VU#529496Komodia Redirector with SSL Digestor fails to properly validate SSL and installs non-unique root CA certificates and private keys

Who

Melih Abdulhayoğlu

Announcing PrivDog
Announcing Comodo

 Melih Abdulhayoğlu

Summarizations

In archaeological order … derivatives on top, more original sources below…

Mentions

  • had issues before
  • “Superfish’s mistake was using the same root certificate across all deployments. PrivDog’s mistake is not validating certificates at all.” attributed to Amichai Shulman, CTO of security firm Imperva in PC World.

Materials

Actualities

www.privdog.com; Screenshot from 2015-02-24 19:02:14PrivDog Secure Connection Inspector CA
Bank of America MITM
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Finding Similar Users with a Privacy-Friendly Geo-Social Design | Provost, Martens, Murray

Foster Provost, David Martens, Alan Murray (Every Screen Media); Finding Similar Users with a Privacy-Friendly Geo-Social Design; working paper; undated; 26 pages; original.

Abstract

This design-science paper investigates “geo-social” similarity and proposes a new design based on using consumer location data from mobile devices (smart phones, smart pads, laptops, etc.) to build a “geo-social network” of similar users. The geo-social network (GSN) combines the advantages of social and local targeting in a mobile setting. The GSN could be used for a variety of analytics-driven applications, such as targeting advertisements in a manner that is both effective and privacy friendly, and to improve online interactions by selecting similar users. This paper focuses on mobile advertising as the motivating application. The basic idea is that two devices are similar, and thereby connected in the geo-social network, when they share at least one visited location. They are more similar as they visit more shared locations. This paper first introduces the main ideas and ties them to theory and related work. Next we introduce a specific design for selecting entities with similar location distributions. The paper then presents the results of an empirical study using real mobile location data. We focus on two high-level questions: (1) does geo-social similarity allow us to select different entities corresponding to the same individual, for example on different devices? And (2) do entities linked by similarities in local mobile behavior show similar interests, as measured by visits to particular websites? The results show positive results for both. Specifically, for (1) even with the data sample’s limited observability, 40-50% of the time the same individual is connected to herself in the GSN. For (2), the GSN neighbors of visitors to a wide variety of websites are substantially more likely also to visit those same websites. Highly similar GSN neighbors show very substantial lift. Interestingly, the highest lift corresponds to social-networking websites, providing a suggestion that the geo-social network indeed embeds a true social network.

References

  • Ritu Agarwal, Anil K. Gupta, Robert E. Kraut. 2008. Editorial overview – the interplay between digital and social networks. Information Systems Research 19(3) 243–252.
  • Sinan Aral, Lev Muchnik, Arun Sundararajan. 2009. Distinguishing influence-based contagion from homophily-driven diffusion in dynamic networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 106(51) 21544–21549.
  • Mauro Bampo, Michael T. Ewing, Dineli R. Mather, David Stewart, Mark Wallace. 2008. The effects of the social structure of digital networks on viral marketing performance. Information Systems Research 19(3) 273–290.
  • Corinna Cortes, Daryl Pregibon, Chris T. Volinsky. 2001. Communities of interest. 105–114.
  • David J. Crandall, Lars Backstrom, Dan Cosley, Siddharth Suri, Daniel Huttenlocher, Jon Kleinberg. 2010. Inferring social ties from geographic coincidences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 107(52) 22436–22441.
  • Brian Dalessandro, Foster Provost, Claudia Perlich. 2012. Evaluating & optimizing online display advertising. Technical Report.
  • Tom Fawcett. 2006. An introduction to ROC analysis. Pattern Recognition Letters 27(8) 861–874.
  • Andrew T.Fiore, Judith S. Donath. 2005. Homophily in online dating: when do you like someone like yourself? Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA), ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1371–1374.
  • Helen Fisher. 1992. Anatomy of Love: A Natural History of Mating, Marriage, and Why We Stray. Fawcett-Columbine, New York.
  • Mark Hachman. 2012. Facebook is getting killed – by itself. PC Magazine.
  • Jungpil Hahn, Jae Yun Moon, Chen Zhang. 2008. Emergence of new project teams from open source software developer networks: Impact of prior collaboration ties. Information Systems Research 19(3) 369–391.
  • Julia Heidemann, Mathias Klier, Florian Probst. 2010. Identifying key users in online social networks: A pagerank based approach. Information Systems Journal 4801(December) 157–160.
  • Shawndra Hill., F. Provost. 2003. The myth of the double-blind review? Author identification using only citations. ACM SIGKDD Explorations 5(2) 179–184.
  • Shawndra Hill., F. Provost, C. Volinsky. 2007. Learning and Inference in Massive Social Networks. Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Mining and Learning with Graphs.
  • Shawndra Hill, Deepak K. Agarwal, Robert Bell, Chris Volinsky. 2006a. Building an effective representation for dynamic networks. Journal of Computational & Graphical Statistics 15(3) 584–608.
  • Shawndra Hill, Foster Provost, Chris Volinsky. 2006b. Network-based marketing: Identifying likely adopters via consumer networks. Statistical Science 22(2) 256–276.
  • Andreas Hotho, Andreas Nürnberger, Gerhard Paass. 2005. A brief survey of text mining. LDV Forum 20(1) 19–62.
  • Steve Kerho. 2012. Mobile marketing – a new analytics framework, what we have & what we need. Presented at Marketing on The Move Conference at The Wharton School, Philadelphia.
  • Gueorgi Kossinets, Duncan J. Watts. 2009. Origins of homophily in an evolving social network. American Journal of Sociology (AJS) 115(2) 405–450.
  • Sofus A. Macskassy, Foster Provost. 2007. Classification in networked data: A toolkit and a univariate case study. Journal of Machine Learning Research 8 935–983.
  • Martens, D., F. Provost. 2011. Pseudo-social network targeting from consumer transaction data. Previously filled.
  • Miller McPherson, Lynn Smith-Lovin, James M. Cook. 2001. Birds of a feather: Homophily in social networks. Annual Review of Sociology 27 415–444.
  • Jennifer Neville, Foster Provost. 2008. Predictive modeling with social networks. Tutorial at the ACM SIGKDD.
  • Roozbeh Nia, Christian Bird, Premkumar T. Devanbu, Vladimir Filkov. 2010. Validity of network analyses in open source projects. Jim Whitehead, Thomas Zimmermann, eds., Proceedings of the Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR). IEEE, 201–209.
  • Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, Kalle Lyytinen, Youngjin Yoo. 2010. Social networks and information systems: Ongoing and future research streams. Journal of the Association for Information Systems 11(2) 61–68.
  • Wei Pan, Nadav Aharony, Alex Pentland. 2011. Composite social network for predicting mobile apps installation. Wolfram Burgard, Dan Roth, eds., Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). AAAI Press.
  • Claudia Perlich, Foster Provost, Jeffrey S. Simonoff. 2003. Tree induction vs. logistic regression: a learningcurve analysis. Journal of Machine Learning Research 4 211–255.
  • Foster Provost. 2010. Workshop Machine on Machine Learning for Display Advertising (MLOAD-2010). Keynote.
  • Foster Provost, Brian Dalessandro, Rod Hook, Xiaohan Zhang, Alan Murray. 2009. Audience selection for online brand advertising: privacy-friendly social network targeting. Proceedings of the 15th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 707–716.
  • Pubmatic. 2010. Understanding real-time bidding (RTB) from the publisher’s perspective. Technical Reprt, Pubmatic.
  • G. Shmueli, O.R. Koppius. 2011. Predictive analytics in information systems research. Management Information Systems Quarterly 35(3) 553–572.
  • O. Stitelman, B. Dalessandro, C. Perlich, F. Provost. 2011. Estimating the effect of online display advertising on browser conversion. Data Mining and Audience Intelligence for Advertising (ADKDD 2011) 8.

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Software Architecture Conference (SoftwareArchitectureCon)

Software Architecture Conference, O’Reilly Media, Boston, 2015-03-16.

Mentions

  • Microservices
  • Cloud Foundry
  • The MEAN Stack
    • MongoDB
    • ExpressJS
    • AngularJS
    • NodeJS
  • Model-View Controller (MVC)
    • Server-side MVC
    • Client-side MVC
  • Heroku, a Salesforce.com company
  • Conway’s Law
  • DevOps
  • Semantic Triples
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Event Sourcing (vs REST vs CRUD)
  • Reactive Systems
  • Containers
  • Apache Mesos

Actualities

From the Schedule

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HOWTO: Secure A Website With Client SSL Certificates

HOWTO: Securing A Website With Client SSL Certificates; Staff; In Some Blog; 2006-09-06.

tl;dr

Require valid certificates from clients.by FakeBasicAuth so if the certificate is good, then authorization can be granted in the filtering step.

SSLVerifyClient require
SSLOptions +FakeBasicAuth +ExportCertData +CompatEnvVars

The authorization filtering step itself:

SSLRequire ( %{SSL_CIPHER} !~ m/^(EXP|NULL)-/ and %{SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_O} eq "Example LLC" and %{SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_OU } in {"Department of Department Management", "Department of Oversight Management", "Department of Administration Adequacy"} )
  • The cipher must not be null or the lowgrade export-level
  • The Distinguished Name’s Organization must be exactly Example LLC
  • The Distinguished Name’s Organizational Unit must equal to one of
    • Department of Department Management
    • Department of Oversight Management
    • Department of Administration Adequacy

A list of the certificates to deny.

SSLCARevocationFile /etc/ssl/private/ca.crl

Mentioned

Environment Variables

  • SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_O
  • SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_OU
  • SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_CN
  • SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_Email

FakeBasicAuth

<quoe>When this option is enabled, the Subject Distinguished Name (DN) of the Client X509 Certificate is translated into a HTTP Basic Authorization username. This means that the standard Apache authentication methods can be used for access control. The user name is just the Subject of the Client’s X509 Certificate (can be determined by running OpenSSL’s openssl x509 command: openssl x509 -noout -subject -in certificate.crt). Note that no password is obtained from the user. Every entry in the user file needs this password: “xxj31ZMTZzkVA”, which is the DES-encrypted version of the word `password”. Those who live under MD5-based encryption (for instance under FreeBSD or BSD/OS, etc.) should use the following MD5 hash of the same word: “$1$OXLyS...$Owx8s2/m9/gfkcRVXzgoE/”.</quoe>

References

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The Art of Systems Architecture | Eberhardt Rechtin, Mark Maier

The Art of Systems Architecting, Third Edition
Mark W. Maier; The Art of Systems Architecting, Third Edition; CRC Press; 2009-01-06; 472 pages; kindle: $98, paper: $103+SHT; ACM.

The Art of Systems Architecting, Second Edition
Eberhardt Rechtin, Mark W. Maier; The Art of Systems Architecting, Second Edition; 2000-06-28; 344 pages; kindle: $18, paper: $0.01+SHT; First Edition; 1997; 308 pages.

Systems Architecting of Organizations: Why Eagles Can't Swim

Eberhardt Rechtin; Systems Architecting of Organizations: Why Eagles Can’t Swim; CRC Press; 1999-07-27; 280 pages; kindle: no, paper: $47+SHT; ACM.

Eberhard Rechtin; “The Extension of Systems Architecting to the Architecting of Organizations”; In Proceedings of the 1999 International Conference on Software Engineering; 1999-05-22; page 622; paywalled.

Reviews

Sebastian Fixson; Book Review of The Art of Systems Architecting, Mark Maier, Eberhardt Rechtin; Course ESD.83, MIT, David A. Mindell; 2000-11; 8 pages. tl;dr => 95% overview of the table of contents, didn’t approve of the separation of Chapter 12 (Political Concerns) as a separable axis.

Fleming Ray; Book review of Systems Architecting of Organizations: Why Eagles Can’t Swim, Eberhard Rechtin; Course ESD.83, MIT; David A. Mindell; 2011-11; 3 pages. tl;dr => basic overview.

Table of Contents

from the first edition

  • Part One Introduction — The Art of Architecting
    • Chapter 1 Extending the Architecting Paradigm
    • Chapter 2 Heuristics as Tools
  • Part Two: New domains, New Insights
    • Chapter 3 Builder-Architected Systems
    • Chapter 4 Manufacturing Systems
    • Chapter 5 Social Systems
    • Chapter 6 Software and Information Technology Systems
    • Chapter 7 Collaborative Systems
  • Part Three Models and Modeling
    • Chapter 8 Representation Models and System
    • Chapter 9 Design Progression in System Architecting
    • Chapter 10 Integrated Modeling Methodologies
    • Chapter 11 Architecture Frameworks
  • Part Four: The Systems Architecting Profession
    • Chapter 12 The Political Process and Systems
    • Chapter 13 The Professionalization of Systems
  • Appendices
    • Appendix A: Heuristics for Systems-Level Architecting
    • Appendix B: Reference Texts for Suggested for
    • Glossary

Concepts

  • Builder-Architected Systems
  • The Form-First Paradigm contra the Function-First Paradigm
  • Open Source [Chapter 7]
  • Uncertainty of end purpose.
  • Unstated assumptions.
  • Successful architectures are propietary, but open [page 65].

Highlighed

Brenda Forman (USC, Lockheed Martin); The Political Process and Systems Architecting; Chapter 12; pages 250-261.

Aphorisms

  • <quote>If the politics don’t fly, the system never will.</quote>
  • <quote><snip/>the political process bases its decisions on very different information than the engineering process does. Learn to satisfy both those sets of requirements by plan.</quote>

Facts of Life

  1. Politics, not technology, sets the limits of what technology is allowed to achieve.
  2. Cost rules. Yet affordability is decided by whichever side has the most votes.
  3. A strong, coherent constituency is essential.
  4. Technical problems become political problems. There are no purely technical problems.
  5. The best engineering solutions are not necessarily the best political solutions.

Approaches

  • With few exceptions, schedule delays are accepted grudgingly; cost overruns are not, and for good reason.
  • The Triage: when there is only so much that can be done, let the dying die. Ignore those who will recover on their own. And treat only those who would die without help.
  • The most important single element of success is to listen closely to what the customer (in this case, the Congress) perceives as his requirements and to have the will and ability to be responsive (J.E. Steiner, The Boeing Company, 1978)
  • Look out for hidden agendas.
  • And so on.

Skills

  • Understand the client.
  • Be informed.
  • Understand different viewpoints

Referenced

  • Social Systems, Facts vs. Perceptions; a book; cited page 258.
  • Jonathan Losk, Tom Pieronek, Kenneth Cureton, Norman P. Geis; Some Paper; WHEN?
    Based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the paper strongly suggestsasserts that the preferred personality type for architecting team membership is NT.

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HOWTO Move a WordPress Blog to a New Domain, refinements to the recipe

Previously: On Moving a WordPress Blog to a New Domain, 2013-01-02.
Especially

On Moving a WordPress Blog to a New Domain

Necessary but not sufficient advice.

What is missing in this recipe is that the graphical content, hyperlinks and banners which are referenced within the blog are not updated to point to the new domain. It seems there are (at least) two cases. The outline here is not fully general but was sufficient for the purposes at hand

Task

Move the blog at admin.emerson.baker.org; to administration.emerson.baker.org

Procedure

  1. Execute the recipe shown above as the admin user.
  2. Clean up the remaining internal pointers the banners in the wp_options table.
  3. Clean up the remaining internal pointers in hyper links within the article content.

Indications

$ rpm -q wordpress mysql
wordpress-3.4.2-2.fc16.noarch
mysql-5.5.28-1.fc16.i686
$ cat /etc/fedora-release
Fedora release 16 (Verne)

Actualities

Substantially what we’re looking to do here is the moral equivalent of this perl code:

s!//admin.emerson.baker.org!//administration.emerson.baker.org!g;

However we need this code executed on every field of every row of every table in the WordPress MySQL database. There does not seem to be an obvious way to do that, so we approximate and guess which tables and which fields need modification.

$ mysql -u wordpress -p
mysql> show tables;
+-----------------------------------+
| Tables_in_org_baker_emerson_admin |
+-----------------------------------+
| wp_commentmeta                    |
| wp_comments                       |
| wp_links                          |
| wp_options                        |
| wp_postmeta                       |
| wp_posts                          |
| wp_term_relationships             |
| wp_term_taxonomy                  |
| wp_terms                          |
| wp_usermeta                       |
| wp_users                          |
+-----------------------------------+
11 rows in set (0.00 sec)

Articles

How bad are the articles?

mysql> select id from wp_posts where post_content like '%//admin.emerson%';
+----+
| id |
+----+
|  4 |
|  5 |
|  6 |
| 13 |
| 16 |
| 20 |
| 27 |
| 42 |
| 79 |
| 81 |
| 82 |
| 83 |
| 84 |
+----+
13 rows in set (0.01 sec)

Remediation

The articles will have to be cleaned up by hand in the WordPress in-browser editor..

Options

The options includes the configurations for the banners and other internal eye candy.

mysql> select option_id, option_name from wp_options where option_value like '%//admin.emerson%';
+-----------+--------------------------------------------------+
| option_id | option_name                                      |
+-----------+--------------------------------------------------+
|       113 | dashboard_widget_options                         |
|       161 | theme_mods_twentyeleven                          |
|       581 | _transient_dash_20494a3d90a6669585674ed0eb8dcd8f |
+-----------+--------------------------------------------------+
3 rows in set (0.01 sec)

mysql> describe wp_options;
+--------------+---------------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+
| Field        | Type                | Null | Key | Default | Extra          |
+--------------+---------------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+
| option_id    | bigint(20) unsigned | NO   | PRI | NULL    | auto_increment |
| option_name  | varchar(64)         | NO   | UNI |         |                |
| option_value | longtext            | NO   |     | NULL    |                |
| autoload     | varchar(20)         | NO   |     | yes     |                |
+--------------+---------------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+
4 rows in set (0.00 sec)

The options are stored as a giant JSON-flavored TLV blob. Watch out for the very very long lines.

mysql> select option_value from wp_options where option_id = 161;
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| option_value                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| a:3:{s:12:"header_image";s:91:"http://admin.emerson.baker.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cropped-2832-Emerson-Street-3.png";s:17:"header_image_data";O:8:"stdClass":5:{s:13:"attachment_id";i:6;s:3:"url";s:91:"http://admin.emerson.baker.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cropped-2832-Emerson-Street-3.png";s:13:"thumbnail_url";s:91:"http://admin.emerson.baker.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cropped-2832-Emerson-Street-3.png";s:6:"height";i:287;s:5:"width";i:1000;}s:18:"nav_menu_locations";a:1:{s:7:"primary";i:0;}} |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Remediation

Being careful to the string lengths when the string lengths change. In this case, the length of the URLs changes from 91 characters to 100 characters.

mysql> update wp_options set option_value = 'a:3:{s:12:"header_image";s:100:"http://administration.emerson.baker.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cropped-2832-Emerson-Street-3.png";s:17:"header_image_data";O:8:"stdClass":5:{s:13:"attachment_id";i:6;s:3:"url";s:100:"http://administration.emerson.baker.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cropped-2832-Emerson-Street-3.png";s:13:"thumbnail_url";s:100:"http://administration.emerson.baker.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/cropped-2832-Emerson-Street-3.png";s:6:"height";i:287;s:5:"width";i:1000;}s:18:"nav_menu_locations";a:1:{s:7:"primary";i:0;}}' where 161 = option_id;
Query OK, 1 row affected (0.53 sec)
Rows matched: 1  Changed: 1  Warnings: 0

GraphX: Graph Processing in a Distributed Dataflow Framework | Gonzalez, Xin, Dave, Crankshaw, Franklin, Stoica

Joseph E. Gonzalez, Reynold S. Xin, Ankur Dave, Daniel Crankshaw, Michael J. Franklin, Ion Stoica; GraphX: Graph Processing in a Distributed Dataflow Framework; In Proceedings of the 11th USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (SOSP); 2014-10-06; 16 pages; landing.

Abstract

In pursuit of graph processing performance, the systems community has largely abandoned general-purpose distributed dataflow frameworks in favor of specialized graph processing systems that provide tailored programming abstractions and accelerate the execution of iterative graph algorithms. In this paper we argue that many of the advantages of specialized graph processing systems can be recovered in a modern general-purpose distributed dataflow system. We introduce GraphX, an embedded graph processing framework built on top of Apache Spark, a widely used distributed dataflow system. GraphX presents a familiar composable graph abstraction that is sufficient to express existing graph APIs, yet can be implemented using only a few basic dataflow operators (e.g., join, map, group-by). To achieve performance parity with specialized graph systems, GraphX recasts graph-specific optimizations as distributed join optimizations and materialized view maintenance. By leveraging advances in distributed dataflow frameworks, GraphX brings low-cost fault tolerance to graph processing. We evaluate GraphX on real workloads and demonstrate that GraphX achieves an order of magnitude performance gain over the base dataflow framework and matches the performance of specialized graph processing systems while enabling a wider range of computation.

Mentions

  • Alternates
    • Pregel
    • PowerGraph
    • MapReduce
    • Spark
    • Dryad
    • Naiad; Microsoft
    • DryadLINQ; Microsoft
    • Pig
    • Spark
    • GraphLINQ, within Naiad; Microsoft
    • Apache Spark
    • Apache Giraph
    • GraphLab (PowerGraph)
  • Applications
    • PageRank
    • community detection
    • latent factor analysis

Concepts

  • property graph
  • power-law distributions
  • |E| >> |V|
  • vertex program (message passing to other vertices)
  • Bulk Synchronous Parallel (BSP)
  • Gather Apply Scatter (GAS) – decomposition, optimization
    • pull-based model
    • no direct communication between unconnected vertices
  • Compressed Sparse Row (CSR)
  • Map Reduce Triplets (MRT)
  • Graph Partitioning
  • Mirror Vertices
  • Active Vertices
  • Resilient Distributed Datasets (RDD)

Related

  • GraphChi
  • X-Steram
  • CombBLAS
  • GraphChi
  • Resource Description Framework (RDF)
    subject-predicate-object
  • SPARQL

References

  • D. J. Abadi, A. Marcus, S. R. Madden, K. Hollenbach; SW-Store: A Vertically Partitioned DBMS for Semantic Web Data Management; In Proceedings of the Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB); Volume 18, Number 2; 2009; pages 385–406.
  • F. N. Afrati, J. D. Ullman; Optimizing Joins in a Map-Reduce Environment; In Proceedings of the International Conference on Extending Database Technology (EDBT); 2010; pages 99–110.
  • S. Blanas, J. M. Patel, V. Ercegovac, J. Rao, E. J. Shekita, Y. A. Tian; A Comparison of Join Algorithms for Log Processing in MapReduce. In Proceedings of the 2010 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data (SIGMOD); ACM; 2010; pages 975–986.
  • P. Boldi, M. Rosa, M. Santini, S. Vigna; Layered Label Propagation: A Multiresolution Coordinate-Free Ordering for Compressing Social Networks; In Proceedings of the Conference on the World Wide Web (WWW); 2011; pages 587–596.
  • P. Boldi, S. Vigna; The WebGraph Framework I: Compression Techniques. In Proceedings of the Conference on the World Wide Web (WWW); 2004.
  • J. Broekstra, A. Kampman, F.V. Harmelen; Sesame: A Generic Architecture for Storing and Querying RDF and RDF Schema. In Proceedings of the First International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC); 2002; pages 54–68.
  • A. Buluç, J.R. Gilbert, The Combinatorial BLAS: Design, Implementation and Applications. In International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications (IJHPCA); Voume 25, Number 4; 2011; 496–509.
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  • R. Cheng, J. Hong, A. Kyrola, Y. Miao, X. Weng, M. Wu, F. Yang, L. Zhou, F. Zhao, E. Chen; Kineograph: Taking the Pulse of a Fast-Changing and Connected World. In Proceedings of EuroSys; 2012; pages 85–98.
  • J. Dan, S. Ghemawat; MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters. In Proceedings of Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI); 2004.
  • S. Ewen, K. Tzoumas, M. Kaufmann, V. Markl; Spinning Fast Iterative Data Flows; In Proceedings of the Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB); Volume 5, Number 11; 2012-07; pages 1268–1279.
  • U. Feige, M. Hajiaghayi, J.R. Lee; Improved Approximation Algorithms for Minimum-Weight Vertex Separators; In Proceedings of the Thirty-seventh Annual ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC); 2005; ACM; pages 563–572.
  • J.E. Gonzalez, Y. Low, H. Gu, D. Bickson, C. Guestrin; Powergraph: Distributed Graph-Parallel Computation on Natural Graphs; In Proceedings of the Operating Systems Design and Implementation (OSDI); USENIX Association; 2012; pages 17–30.
  • A. Huang, W. Wu; Mining eCommerce Graph Data with Spark at Alibaba Taobao. 2014.
  • M. Isard, M. Budiu, Y. Yu, A. Birrell, D. Ftterly; Dryad: Distributed Data-Parallel Programs From Sequential Building Blocks; In Proceedings of EuroSys; 2007; pages 59–72.
  • G. Karypis, V. Kmar; Multilevel K-Way Partitioning Scheme for Irregular Graphs; In Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing; Volume 48, Issue 1; 1998; 96–129.
  • A. Kyrola, G. Blelloch, C. Guestrin; GraphChi: Large-Scale Graph Computation On Just a PC; In Proceedings of Operating Systems Design and Impementation (OSDI); 2012.
  • J. Leskovec, K. J. Lang, A. Dasgupta, M. W. Mahoney; Community Structure in Large Networks: Natural Cluster Sizes and the Absence of Large Well-Defined Clusters; In Internet Mathematics; Volume 6, Number 1; 2008; pages 29–123.
  • Y. Low, et al.; GraphLab: A New Parallel Framework for Machine Learning; In Proceedings of UAI; 2010; pages 340–349.
  • Y. Low, J. Gonzalez, A. Kyrola, D. Bickson, C. Guestrin, J. M. Hellerstein, Distributed GraphLab: A Framework for Machine Learning and Data Mining in the Cloud. In Proceedings of the Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB); 2012.
  • L. F. Mackert, G. M. Lohman; R*-Optimizer Validation and Performance Evaluation for Distributed Queries. In Proceedings of the Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB); 1986; pages 149–159.
  • G. Malewicz, M. H. Austern, A. J. Bik, J. Dehnert, I. Horn, N. Leiser, G. Czajkowski; Pregel: a System for Large-Scale Graph Processing; In Proceedings of the 2010 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data (SIGMOD); 2010; pages 135– 146.
  • F. Manola, E. Miller; RDF Primer; W3C Recommendation 10; 2004; pages 1–107.
  • J. Mondal, A. Deshpande; Managing Large Dynamic Graphs Efficiently; In Proceedings of the 2012 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data (SIGMOD); 2012; ACM; pages 145–156.
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SOLVED httpd fails to start | Failed to load environment files: No such file or directory

Diagnosis

tl;dr => the file /etc/sysconfig/httpd is missing.

Remediation

Add one

Indications

$ sudo systemctl start httpd.service
Job failed. See system journal and 'systemctl status' for details.
$ systemctl status httpd
httpd.service - The Apache HTTP Server (prefork MPM)
	  Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/httpd.service; disabled)
	  Active: failed (Result: resources)
	  CGroup: name=systemd:/system/httpd.service
Feb 18 14:13:44 loopy systemd[1]: Failed to load environment files: No such file or directory
Feb 18 14:13:44 loopy systemd[1]: httpd.service failed to run 'start' task: No such file or directory
Feb 18 14:13:44 loopy systemd[1]: Unit httpd.service entered failed state.

Background

$ cat /etc/fedora-release 
Fedora release 17 (Beefy Miracle)
$ rpm -q httpd systemd
httpd-2.2.22-4.fc17.i686
systemd-44-21.fc17.i686

/lib/systemd/system/httpd.service

[Unit]
Description=The Apache HTTP Server (prefork MPM)
After=syslog.target network.target remote-fs.target nss-lookup.target

[Service]
Type=forking
PIDFile=/var/run/httpd/httpd.pid
EnvironmentFile=/etc/sysconfig/httpd
ExecStart=/usr/sbin/httpd $OPTIONS -k start
ExecReload=/usr/sbin/httpd $OPTIONS -t
ExecReload=/bin/kill -HUP $MAINPID
ExecStop=/usr/sbin/httpd $OPTIONS -k stop
PrivateTmp=true

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

/etc/sysconfig/httpd

# Configuration file for the httpd service.

#
# Note: With previous versions of httpd, the MPM could be changed by
# editing an "HTTPD" variable here. With the current version, that
# variable is now ignored. A particular systemd service must be
# chosen corresponding to the desired MPM:
#
# httpd.service => prefork MPM
# httpd-worker.service => worker MPM
# httpd-event.service => event MPM
#
# Use systemctl to stop/start between MPMs, and to disable/enable
# whichever service is required to start at boot time.
#

#
# To pass additional options (for instance, -D definitions) to the
# httpd binary at startup, set OPTIONS here.
#
#OPTIONS=

#
# This setting ensures the httpd process is started in the "C"
# locale by default:
#
LANG=C

Fedora 16 will not rebuild from SRPMs on an NFS filesystem

You will get build failures

Error unpacking rpm package glibc-common-2.14.90-24.fc16.9.i686
error: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/libexec/pt_chown: cpio: cap_set_file failed - Operation not supported
$ rpm -q -f /usr/libexec/pt_chown 
glibc-common-2.14.90-24.fc16.9.i686

See

Earlier

The point of course is that Fedora 18 and Fedora 17 seem to build just fine on NFS filesystems.

Configuration

  • Fedora 16
  • mock-1.1.28-1.fc16.noarch
  • /etc/mock/site-defaults.cfg
    Configured as …
    config_opts['basedir'] = '/build/mock'
    config_opts['cache_topdir'] = '/build/cache/mock'

Exhibition

mock -r default words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm

Output

std{out,err}

INFO: mock.py version 1.1.28 starting...
Start: init plugins
INFO: selinux enabled
Finish: init plugins
Start: run
INFO: Start(/areas/fedora/16/packages/src/words-3.0-17.fc15.src.rpm)  Config(fedora-16-i386)
Start: lock buildroot
Start: clean chroot
Finish: clean chroot
Finish: lock buildroot
Start: chroot init
Start: lock buildroot
Mock Version: 1.1.28
INFO: Mock Version: 1.1.28
INFO: calling preinit hooks
INFO: enabled root cache
INFO: enabled yum cache
Start: cleaning yum metadata
Finish: cleaning yum metadata
INFO: enabled ccache
Start: device setup
Finish: device setup
Start: yum update
ERROR: Exception(/areas/fedora/16/packages/src/words-3.0-17.fc15.src.rpm) Config(fedora-16-i386) 5 minutes 19 seconds
INFO: Results and/or logs in: /build/fedora/16/rebuilt
INFO: Cleaning up build root ('clean_on_failure=True')
Start: lock buildroot
Start: clean chroot
INFO: chroot (/build/mock/fedora-16-i386) unlocked and deleted
Finish: clean chroot
Finish: lock buildroot
ERROR: Command failed: 
 # ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-16-i386/root/', 'groupinstall', 'buildsys-build', '--setopt=tsflags=nocontexts']

================================================================================
 Package                Arch   Version                    Repository       Size
================================================================================
Installing:
 bash                   i686   4.2.37-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 962 k
 bzip2                  i686   1.0.6-3.fc15               areas-Fedora_16  48 k
 coreutils              i686   8.12-9.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 2.9 M
 cpio                   i686   2.11-4.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 203 k
 diffutils              i686   3.2-5.fc16                 areas-Fedora_16 258 k
 fedora-release         noarch 16-1                       areas-Fedora_16  25 k
 findutils              i686   1:4.5.10-1.fc16            areas-Fedora_16 526 k
 gawk                   i686   4.0.1-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 814 k
 gcc                    i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  11 M
 gcc-c++                i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 4.9 M
 grep                   i686   2.9-3.fc16                 areas-Fedora_16 281 k
 gzip                   i686   1.4-3.fc15                 areas-Fedora_16 111 k
 info                   i686   4.13a-15.fc15              areas-Fedora_16 173 k
 make                   i686   1:3.82-8.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 411 k
 patch                  i686   2.6.1-9.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  97 k
 redhat-rpm-config      noarch 9.1.0-24.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  66 k
 rpm-build              i686   4.9.1.3-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 128 k
 sed                    i686   4.2.1-8.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 213 k
 shadow-utils           i686   2:4.1.4.3-13.fc16          areas-Fedora_16 899 k
 tar                    i686   2:1.26-5.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 824 k
 unzip                  i686   6.0-4.fc15                 areas-Fedora_16 145 k
 util-linux             i686   2.20.1-2.3.fc16            areas-Fedora_16 1.4 M
 which                  i686   2.20-2.fc15                areas-Fedora_16  38 k
 xz                     i686   5.1.1-1alpha.fc16          areas-Fedora_16 187 k
Installing for dependencies:
 audit-libs             i686   2.2.1-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  68 k
 basesystem             noarch 10.0-5.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 4.4 k
 binutils               i686   2.21.53.0.1-6.fc16         areas-Fedora_16 3.5 M
 bzip2-libs             i686   1.0.6-3.fc15               areas-Fedora_16  37 k
 ca-certificates        noarch 2011.78-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 368 k
 chkconfig              i686   1.3.59-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 161 k
 cloog-ppl              i686   0.15.11-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16  93 k
 coreutils-libs         i686   8.12-9.fc16                areas-Fedora_16  49 k
 cpp                    i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 3.9 M
 cracklib               i686   2.8.18-2.fc15              areas-Fedora_16  71 k
 cracklib-dicts         i686   2.8.18-2.fc15              areas-Fedora_16 3.5 M
 curl                   i686   7.21.7-8.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 239 k
 cyrus-sasl-lib         i686   2.1.23-27.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 137 k
 db4                    i686   4.8.30-3.fc15              areas-Fedora_16 615 k
 db4-utils              i686   4.8.30-3.fc15              areas-Fedora_16 130 k
 elfutils               i686   0.154-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 230 k
 elfutils-libelf        i686   0.154-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 179 k
 elfutils-libs          i686   0.154-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 200 k
 expat                  i686   2.1.0-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  77 k
 file                   i686   5.07-6.fc16                areas-Fedora_16  48 k
 file-libs              i686   5.07-6.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 324 k
 filesystem             i686   2.4.44-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 1.0 M
 gamin                  i686   0.1.10-10.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 120 k
 gdb                    i686   7.3.50.20110722-16.fc16    areas-Fedora_16 1.9 M
 gdbm                   i686   1.8.3-9.fc15               areas-Fedora_16  30 k
 glib2                  i686   2.30.3-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 1.8 M
 glibc                  i686   2.14.90-24.fc16.9          areas-Fedora_16 4.1 M
 glibc-common           i686   2.14.90-24.fc16.9          areas-Fedora_16  11 M
 glibc-devel            i686   2.14.90-24.fc16.9          areas-Fedora_16 985 k
 glibc-headers          i686   2.14.90-24.fc16.9          areas-Fedora_16 615 k
 gmp                    i686   1:4.3.2-5.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 225 k
 gnupg2                 i686   2.0.19-7.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 1.3 M
 kernel-headers         i686   3.6.11-4.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 848 k
 keyutils-libs          i686   1.5.2-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  22 k
 krb5-libs              i686   1.9.4-3.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 720 k
 libacl                 i686   2.2.51-2.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  25 k
 libassuan              i686   2.0.1-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  59 k
 libattr                i686   2.4.46-2.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  16 k
 libblkid               i686   2.20.1-2.3.fc16            areas-Fedora_16 138 k
 libcap                 i686   2.22-1.fc15                areas-Fedora_16  40 k
 libcom_err             i686   1.41.14-2.fc15             areas-Fedora_16  35 k
 libcurl                i686   7.21.7-8.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 191 k
 libdb                  i686   5.2.36-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 698 k
 libffi                 i686   3.0.10-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  23 k
 libgcc                 i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 101 k
 libgcrypt              i686   1.5.0-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 238 k
 libgomp                i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 103 k
 libgpg-error           i686   1.10-1.fc16                areas-Fedora_16  74 k
 libidn                 i686   1.22-3.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 205 k
 libmount               i686   2.20.1-2.3.fc16            areas-Fedora_16 127 k
 libmpc                 i686   0.9-1.fc16                 areas-Fedora_16  49 k
 libselinux             i686   2.1.6-6.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 115 k
 libsemanage            i686   2.1.2-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 106 k
 libsepol               i686   2.1.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 133 k
 libssh2                i686   1.2.7-4.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  79 k
 libstdc++              i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 302 k
 libstdc++-devel        i686   4.6.3-2.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 1.4 M
 libutempter            i686   1.1.5-5.fc15               areas-Fedora_16  22 k
 libuuid                i686   2.20.1-2.3.fc16            areas-Fedora_16  66 k
 libxml2                i686   2.7.8-8.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 1.2 M
 lua                    i686   5.1.4-9.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 205 k
 mpfr                   i686   3.0.0-4.fc15               areas-Fedora_16 167 k
 ncurses                i686   5.9-2.20110716.fc16        areas-Fedora_16 277 k
 ncurses-base           i686   5.9-2.20110716.fc16        areas-Fedora_16  66 k
 ncurses-libs           i686   5.9-2.20110716.fc16        areas-Fedora_16 254 k
 nspr                   i686   4.9.4-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 115 k
 nss                    i686   3.14.1-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 783 k
 nss-softokn            i686   3.14.1-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 258 k
 nss-softokn-freebl     i686   3.14.1-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 134 k
 nss-sysinit            i686   3.14.1-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  38 k
 nss-util               i686   3.14.1-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  63 k
 openldap               i686   2.4.26-8.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 268 k
 openssl                i686   1.0.0j-1.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 1.4 M
 pam                    i686   1.1.5-5.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 649 k
 pcre                   i686   8.12-9.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 226 k
 perl                   i686   4:5.14.3-205.fc16          areas-Fedora_16 9.9 M
 perl-Module-Pluggable  noarch 1:3.90-205.fc16            areas-Fedora_16  47 k
 perl-PathTools         i686   3.33-205.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 104 k
 perl-Pod-Escapes       noarch 1:1.04-205.fc16            areas-Fedora_16  40 k
 perl-Pod-Simple        noarch 1:3.16-205.fc16            areas-Fedora_16 222 k
 perl-Scalar-List-Utils i686   1.25-1.fc16                areas-Fedora_16  33 k
 perl-Socket            i686   2.001-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  44 k
 perl-libs              i686   4:5.14.3-205.fc16          areas-Fedora_16 631 k
 perl-macros            i686   4:5.14.3-205.fc16          areas-Fedora_16  32 k
 perl-threads           i686   1.83-205.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  68 k
 perl-threads-shared    i686   1.37-205.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  58 k
 pinentry               i686   0.8.1-4.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  68 k
 pkgconfig              i686   1:0.25-3.fc15              areas-Fedora_16  50 k
 popt                   i686   1.13-9.fc16                areas-Fedora_16  39 k
 ppl                    i686   0.11.2-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 1.4 M
 ppl-pwl                i686   0.11.2-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16  35 k
 pth                    i686   2.0.7-10                   areas-Fedora_16  85 k
 python-libs            i686   2.7.3-4.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 5.5 M
 readline               i686   6.2-2.fc16                 areas-Fedora_16 182 k
 rpm                    i686   4.9.1.3-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 989 k
 rpm-build-libs         i686   4.9.1.3-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16  92 k
 rpm-libs               i686   4.9.1.3-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 246 k
 setup                  noarch 2.8.36-3.fc16              areas-Fedora_16 155 k
 shared-mime-info       i686   0.91-5.fc16                areas-Fedora_16 252 k
 sqlite                 i686   3.7.7.1-1.fc16             areas-Fedora_16 337 k
 tzdata                 noarch 2012j-1.fc16               areas-Fedora_16 438 k
 ustr                   i686   1.0.4-9.fc12               areas-Fedora_16  80 k
 xz-libs                i686   5.1.1-1alpha.fc16          areas-Fedora_16 103 k
 zlib                   i686   1.2.5-7.fc16               areas-Fedora_16  83 k

Transaction Summary
================================================================================
Install  24 Packages (+104 Dependent packages)

Total download size: 97 M
Installed size: 374 M
Error unpacking rpm package glibc-common-2.14.90-24.fc16.9.i686
error: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/libexec/pt_chown: cpio: cap_set_file failed - Operation not supported
error: glibc-common-2.14.90-24.fc16.9.i686: install failed

Installed:
  bash.i686 0:4.2.37-1.fc16            bzip2.i686 0:1.0.6-3.fc15                
  coreutils.i686 0:8.12-9.fc16         cpio.i686 0:2.11-4.fc16                  
  diffutils.i686 0:3.2-5.fc16          fedora-release.noarch 0:16-1             
  findutils.i686 1:4.5.10-1.fc16       gawk.i686 0:4.0.1-1.fc16                 
  gcc.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16              gcc-c++.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16              
  grep.i686 0:2.9-3.fc16               gzip.i686 0:1.4-3.fc15                   
  info.i686 0:4.13a-15.fc15            make.i686 1:3.82-8.fc16                  
  patch.i686 0:2.6.1-9.fc16            redhat-rpm-config.noarch 0:9.1.0-24.fc16 
  rpm-build.i686 0:4.9.1.3-1.fc16      sed.i686 0:4.2.1-8.fc16                  
  shadow-utils.i686 2:4.1.4.3-13.fc16  tar.i686 2:1.26-5.fc16                   
  unzip.i686 0:6.0-4.fc15              util-linux.i686 0:2.20.1-2.3.fc16        
  which.i686 0:2.20-2.fc15             xz.i686 0:5.1.1-1alpha.fc16              

Dependency Installed:
  audit-libs.i686 0:2.2.1-1.fc16                                                
  basesystem.noarch 0:10.0-5.fc16                                               
  binutils.i686 0:2.21.53.0.1-6.fc16                                            
  bzip2-libs.i686 0:1.0.6-3.fc15                                                
  ca-certificates.noarch 0:2011.78-1.fc16                                       
  chkconfig.i686 0:1.3.59-1.fc16                                                
  cloog-ppl.i686 0:0.15.11-1.fc16                                               
  coreutils-libs.i686 0:8.12-9.fc16                                             
  cpp.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16                                                       
  cracklib.i686 0:2.8.18-2.fc15                                                 
  cracklib-dicts.i686 0:2.8.18-2.fc15                                           
  curl.i686 0:7.21.7-8.fc16                                                     
  cyrus-sasl-lib.i686 0:2.1.23-27.fc16                                          
  db4.i686 0:4.8.30-3.fc15                                                      
  db4-utils.i686 0:4.8.30-3.fc15                                                
  elfutils.i686 0:0.154-2.fc16                                                  
  elfutils-libelf.i686 0:0.154-2.fc16                                           
  elfutils-libs.i686 0:0.154-2.fc16                                             
  expat.i686 0:2.1.0-1.fc16                                                     
  file.i686 0:5.07-6.fc16                                                       
  file-libs.i686 0:5.07-6.fc16                                                  
  filesystem.i686 0:2.4.44-1.fc16                                               
  gamin.i686 0:0.1.10-10.fc16                                                   
  gdb.i686 0:7.3.50.20110722-16.fc16                                            
  gdbm.i686 0:1.8.3-9.fc15                                                      
  glib2.i686 0:2.30.3-1.fc16                                                    
  glibc.i686 0:2.14.90-24.fc16.9                                                
  glibc-devel.i686 0:2.14.90-24.fc16.9                                          
  glibc-headers.i686 0:2.14.90-24.fc16.9                                        
  gmp.i686 1:4.3.2-5.fc16                                                       
  gnupg2.i686 0:2.0.19-7.fc16                                                   
  kernel-headers.i686 0:3.6.11-4.fc16                                           
  keyutils-libs.i686 0:1.5.2-1.fc16                                             
  krb5-libs.i686 0:1.9.4-3.fc16                                                 
  libacl.i686 0:2.2.51-2.fc16                                                   
  libassuan.i686 0:2.0.1-1.fc16                                                 
  libattr.i686 0:2.4.46-2.fc16                                                  
  libblkid.i686 0:2.20.1-2.3.fc16                                               
  libcap.i686 0:2.22-1.fc15                                                     
  libcom_err.i686 0:1.41.14-2.fc15                                              
  libcurl.i686 0:7.21.7-8.fc16                                                  
  libdb.i686 0:5.2.36-1.fc16                                                    
  libffi.i686 0:3.0.10-1.fc16                                                   
  libgcc.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16                                                    
  libgcrypt.i686 0:1.5.0-2.fc16                                                 
  libgomp.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16                                                   
  libgpg-error.i686 0:1.10-1.fc16                                               
  libidn.i686 0:1.22-3.fc16                                                     
  libmount.i686 0:2.20.1-2.3.fc16                                               
  libmpc.i686 0:0.9-1.fc16                                                      
  libselinux.i686 0:2.1.6-6.fc16                                                
  libsemanage.i686 0:2.1.2-1.fc16                                               
  libsepol.i686 0:2.1.3-2.fc16                                                  
  libssh2.i686 0:1.2.7-4.fc16                                                   
  libstdc++.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16                                                 
  libstdc++-devel.i686 0:4.6.3-2.fc16                                           
  libutempter.i686 0:1.1.5-5.fc15                                               
  libuuid.i686 0:2.20.1-2.3.fc16                                                
  libxml2.i686 0:2.7.8-8.fc16                                                   
  lua.i686 0:5.1.4-9.fc16                                                       
  mpfr.i686 0:3.0.0-4.fc15                                                      
  ncurses.i686 0:5.9-2.20110716.fc16                                            
  ncurses-base.i686 0:5.9-2.20110716.fc16                                       
  ncurses-libs.i686 0:5.9-2.20110716.fc16                                       
  nspr.i686 0:4.9.4-1.fc16                                                      
  nss.i686 0:3.14.1-3.fc16                                                      
  nss-softokn.i686 0:3.14.1-3.fc16                                              
  nss-softokn-freebl.i686 0:3.14.1-3.fc16                                       
  nss-sysinit.i686 0:3.14.1-3.fc16                                              
  nss-util.i686 0:3.14.1-1.fc16                                                 
  openldap.i686 0:2.4.26-8.fc16                                                 
  openssl.i686 0:1.0.0j-1.fc16                                                  
  pam.i686 0:1.1.5-5.fc16                                                       
  pcre.i686 0:8.12-9.fc16                                                       
  perl.i686 4:5.14.3-205.fc16                                                   
  perl-Module-Pluggable.noarch 1:3.90-205.fc16                                  
  perl-PathTools.i686 0:3.33-205.fc16                                           
  perl-Pod-Escapes.noarch 1:1.04-205.fc16                                       
  perl-Pod-Simple.noarch 1:3.16-205.fc16                                        
  perl-Scalar-List-Utils.i686 0:1.25-1.fc16                                     
  perl-Socket.i686 0:2.001-1.fc16                                               
  perl-libs.i686 4:5.14.3-205.fc16                                              
  perl-macros.i686 4:5.14.3-205.fc16                                            
  perl-threads.i686 0:1.83-205.fc16                                             
  perl-threads-shared.i686 0:1.37-205.fc16                                      
  pinentry.i686 0:0.8.1-4.fc16                                                  
  pkgconfig.i686 1:0.25-3.fc15                                                  
  popt.i686 0:1.13-9.fc16                                                       
  ppl.i686 0:0.11.2-3.fc16                                                      
  ppl-pwl.i686 0:0.11.2-3.fc16                                                  
  pth.i686 0:2.0.7-10                                                           
  python-libs.i686 0:2.7.3-4.fc16                                               
  readline.i686 0:6.2-2.fc16                                                    
  rpm.i686 0:4.9.1.3-1.fc16                                                     
  rpm-build-libs.i686 0:4.9.1.3-1.fc16                                          
  rpm-libs.i686 0:4.9.1.3-1.fc16                                                
  setup.noarch 0:2.8.36-3.fc16                                                  
  shared-mime-info.i686 0:0.91-5.fc16                                           
  sqlite.i686 0:3.7.7.1-1.fc16                                                  
  tzdata.noarch 0:2012j-1.fc16                                                  
  ustr.i686 0:1.0.4-9.fc12                                                      
  xz-libs.i686 0:5.1.1-1alpha.fc16                                              
  zlib.i686 0:1.2.5-7.fc16                                                      

Failed:
  glibc-common.i686 0:2.14.90-24.fc16.9

Ad insertion via Plex on Samsung Smart TVs

Claim

Samsung SmartTVs contain apps which perform unannounced advertisement insertion; specifically the Plex media player, even when playing a users “owned & operated” content.

Appearing

  • Some dude using the self-asserted identity token beans90, a consumer.
  • David Chartier, a consumer.

Response

Officially, apparently, none.

Headline

Storyline

Archaeological order, newer derivatives on top; older, more original material, buried below.

Via: backfill.

Previously

Source: David Chartier

Fedora 19 will not rebuild from SRPMs on an NFS filesystem

You will get build failures:

+ /usr/bin/patch -p1 --fuzz=0
patching file mwords/354984si.ngl
/usr/bin/patch: getting attribute system.posix_acl_access of system.posix_acl_access: No data available
/usr/bin/patch: getting attribute system.posix_acl_default of system.posix_acl_default: No data available
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.q6facE (%prep)

Configuration

  • Fedora 19
  • mock-1.1.41-3.fc19.noarch
  • /etc/mock/site-defaults.cfg
    Configured as …
    config_opts['basedir'] = '/build/mock'
    config_opts['cache_topdir'] = '/build/cache/mock'

Mentions

Remediation

  • None is known.
  • Use a locally-attached filesystem (ext4).

Exhibition

mock -r default words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm

Output

std{out,err}

INFO: mock.py version 1.1.41 starting...
Start: init plugins
INFO: selinux enabled
Finish: init plugins
Start: run
INFO: Start(words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm)  Config(fedora-19-x86_64)
Start: lock buildroot
Start: clean chroot
INFO: chroot (/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64) unlocked and deleted
Finish: clean chroot
Finish: lock buildroot
Start: chroot init
Start: lock buildroot
Mock Version: 1.1.41
INFO: Mock Version: 1.1.41
INFO: calling preinit hooks
INFO: enabled root cache
INFO: enabled yum cache
Start: cleaning yum metadata
Finish: cleaning yum metadata
INFO: enabled ccache
Start: device setup
Finish: device setup
Start: yum update
Finish: yum update
Start: creating cache
Finish: creating cache
Finish: lock buildroot
Finish: chroot init
INFO: Installed packages:
Start: build phase for words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
Start: device setup
Finish: device setup
Start: build setup for words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
Finish: build setup for words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
Start: rpmbuild -bb words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
ERROR: Exception(words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm) Config(fedora-19-x86_64) 12 minutes 53 seconds
INFO: Results and/or logs in: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/result
ERROR: Command failed. See logs for output.
 # ['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bb --target x86_64 --nodeps  builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec']

build.log

Mock Version: 1.1.41
ENTER do(['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bs --target x86_64 --nodeps builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec'], False, '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', None, 0, True, False, 500, 135, None, False, {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}, logger=)
Executing command: ['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bs --target x86_64 --nodeps builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
Building target platforms: x86_64
Building for target x86_64
Wrote: /builddir/build/SRPMS/words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
Child return code was: 0
LEAVE do --> 

ENTER do(['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bb --target x86_64 --nodeps  builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec'], False, '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', None, 0, True, False, 500, 135, None, False, {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}, logger=)
Executing command: ['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bb --target x86_64 --nodeps  builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
Building target platforms: x86_64
Building for target x86_64
Executing(%prep): /bin/sh -e /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.q6facE
+ umask 022
+ cd /builddir/build/BUILD
+ cd /builddir/build/BUILD
+ rm -rf words-3.0
+ /usr/bin/mkdir -p words-3.0
+ cd words-3.0
+ /usr/bin/gzip -dc /builddir/build/SOURCES/mwords.tar.Z
+ /usr/bin/tar -xf -
+ STATUS=0
+ '[' 0 -ne 0 ']'
+ /usr/bin/chmod -Rf a+rX,u+w,g-w,o-w .
Patch #0 (words-3.0-typos.patch):
+ echo 'Patch #0 (words-3.0-typos.patch):'
+ /usr/bin/cat /builddir/build/SOURCES/words-3.0-typos.patch
+ /usr/bin/patch -p1 --fuzz=0
patching file mwords/354984si.ngl
/usr/bin/patch: getting attribute system.posix_acl_access of system.posix_acl_access: No data available
/usr/bin/patch: getting attribute system.posix_acl_default of system.posix_acl_default: No data available
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.q6facE (%prep)
    Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.q6facE (%prep)
RPM build errors:
Child return code was: 1
EXCEPTION: Command failed. See logs for output.
 # ['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bb --target x86_64 --nodeps  builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec']
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/mockbuild/trace_decorator.py", line 70, in trace
    result = func(*args, **kw)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/mockbuild/util.py", line 378, in do
    raise mockbuild.exception.Error, ("Command failed. See logs for output.\n # %s" % (command,), child.returncode)
Error: Command failed. See logs for output.
 # ['bash', '--login', '-c', 'rpmbuild -bb --target x86_64 --nodeps  builddir/build/SPECS/words.spec']
LEAVE do --> EXCEPTION RAISED

root.log

INFO backend.py:1073:  Mock Version: 1.1.41
DEBUG backend.py:353:  rootdir = /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/
DEBUG backend.py:354:  resultdir = /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/result
INFO backend.py:357:  calling preinit hooks
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/cache/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root_cache/
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/cache/yum
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/cache/yum
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/tmp/ccache
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/tmp/ccache
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/cache/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/ccache/
DEBUG backend.py:537:  create skeleton dirs
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/lib/rpm
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/lib/rpm
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/lib/yum
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/lib/yum
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/lib/dbus
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/lib/dbus
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/log
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/log
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/cache/yum
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/rpm
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/rpm
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/tmp
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/tmp/ccache
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/tmp
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/tmp
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum.repos.d
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum.repos.d
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/proc
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/proc
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/sys
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/sys
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/run/lock
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/run/lock
DEBUG backend.py:558:  touch required files
DEBUG util.py:78:  touching file: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/fstab
DEBUG util.py:78:  touching file: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/log/yum.log
DEBUG backend.py:372:  configure yum
DEBUG backend.py:386:  configure yum priorities
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum/pluginconf.d
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum/pluginconf.d
DEBUG backend.py:388:  configure yum rhnplugin
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/yum/pluginconf.d
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/pki/mock
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/etc/pki/mock
DEBUG util.py:93:  remove tree: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/pts
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/pts
DEBUG util.py:66:  ensuring that dir exists: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/shm
DEBUG util.py:69:  creating dir: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/shm
DEBUG backend.py:500:  kernel version == 3.14.4-100.fc19.x86_64
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '-t', 'proc', 'proc', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/proc'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '-t', 'sysfs', 'mock_chroot_sys', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/sys'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '-t', 'tmpfs', 'mock_chroot_shmfs', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/shm'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '-t', 'devpts', '-o', 'gid=5,mode=0620,ptmxmode=0666,newinstance', 'mock_chroot_devpts', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/pts'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '--bind', '/build/cache/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/yum_cache/', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/cache/yum'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '--bind', '/build/cache/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/ccache/', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/tmp/ccache'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/mount', '-n', '--bind', '/tmp/mock-selinux-plugin.ZxjfNF', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/proc/filesystems'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG backend.py:1000:  ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', 'install', '@buildsys-build']
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', 'install', '@buildsys-build', '--setopt=tsflags=nocontexts'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'LC_MESSAGES': 'C', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:   Package                   Arch      Version                   Repository  Size
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installing for group install "Buildsystem building group":
DEBUG util.py:283:   bash                      x86_64    4.2.53-1.fc19             updates    996 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   bzip2                     x86_64    1.0.6-8.fc19              fedora      51 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   coreutils                 x86_64    8.21-13.fc19              updates    3.3 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   cpio                      x86_64    2.11-21.fc19              updates    209 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   diffutils                 x86_64    3.3-4.fc19                updates    322 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   fedora-release            noarch    19-8                      updates     39 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   findutils                 x86_64    1:4.5.11-2.fc19           updates    557 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   gawk                      x86_64    4.0.2-2.fc19              fedora     866 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   gcc                       x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates     16 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   gcc-c++                   x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates    7.1 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   grep                      x86_64    2.14-4.fc19               updates    330 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   gzip                      x86_64    1.5-4.fc19                fedora     128 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   info                      x86_64    5.1-1.fc19                fedora     230 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   make                      x86_64    1:3.82-18.fc19            updates    419 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   patch                     x86_64    2.7.1-6.fc19              fedora     109 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   redhat-rpm-config         noarch    9.1.0-46.1.fc19           updates     72 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   rpm-build                 x86_64    4.11.3-1.fc19             updates    139 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   sed                       x86_64    4.2.2-2.fc19              fedora     230 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   shadow-utils              x86_64    2:4.1.5.1-5.fc19          fedora     1.1 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   tar                       x86_64    2:1.26-28.fc19            updates    842 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   unzip                     x86_64    6.0-11.fc19               updates    166 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   util-linux                x86_64    2.23.2-5.fc19             updates    1.8 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   which                     x86_64    2.20-5.fc19               fedora      41 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   xz                        x86_64    5.1.2-4alpha.fc19         fedora     199 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installing for dependencies:
DEBUG util.py:283:   audit-libs                x86_64    2.3.7-1.fc19              updates     77 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   basesystem                noarch    10.0-8.fc19               fedora     5.0 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   binutils                  x86_64    2.23.52.0.1-9.fc19        updates    4.5 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   bzip2-libs                x86_64    1.0.6-8.fc19              fedora      39 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   ca-certificates           noarch    2014.2.1-1.5.fc19         updates    412 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   chkconfig                 x86_64    1.3.60-3.fc19             fedora     169 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   cpp                       x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates    5.9 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   cracklib                  x86_64    2.8.22-3.fc19             fedora      78 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   cracklib-dicts            x86_64    2.8.22-3.fc19             fedora     3.5 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   curl                      x86_64    7.29.0-27.fc19            updates    262 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   cyrus-sasl-lib            x86_64    2.1.26-10.fc19            updates    151 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   dbus-libs                 x86_64    1:1.6.28-1.fc19           updates    148 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   dwz                       x86_64    0.11-1.fc19               updates     98 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   elfutils                  x86_64    0.160-1.fc19              updates    264 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   elfutils-libelf           x86_64    0.160-1.fc19              updates    199 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   elfutils-libs             x86_64    0.160-1.fc19              updates    249 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   expat                     x86_64    2.1.0-5.fc19              fedora      80 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   file                      x86_64    5.11-13.fc19              updates     53 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   file-libs                 x86_64    5.11-13.fc19              updates    335 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   filesystem                x86_64    3.2-13.fc19               updates    1.0 M
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DEBUG util.py:283:   glibc-headers             x86_64    2.17-21.fc19              updates    645 k
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DEBUG util.py:283:   gnupg2                    x86_64    2.0.25-1.fc19             updates    1.5 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   kernel-headers            x86_64    3.14.27-100.fc19          updates    937 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   keyutils-libs             x86_64    1.5.9-1.fc19              updates     40 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   krb5-libs                 x86_64    1.11.3-25.fc19            updates    800 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libacl                    x86_64    2.2.51-10.fc19            updates     26 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libassuan                 x86_64    2.0.3-5.fc19              fedora      60 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libattr                   x86_64    2.4.46-10.fc19            fedora      18 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libblkid                  x86_64    2.23.2-5.fc19             updates    159 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libcap                    x86_64    2.22-6.fc19               fedora      45 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libcap-ng                 x86_64    0.7.4-1.fc19              updates     24 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libcom_err                x86_64    1.42.7-2.fc19             fedora      38 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libcurl                   x86_64    7.29.0-27.fc19            updates    213 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libdb                     x86_64    5.3.21-11.fc19            fedora     697 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libdb-utils               x86_64    5.3.21-11.fc19            fedora     101 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libffi                    x86_64    3.0.13-4.fc19             fedora      28 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libgcc                    x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates     91 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libgcrypt                 x86_64    1.5.3-2.fc19              updates    256 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libgomp                   x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates    126 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libgpg-error              x86_64    1.11-1.fc19               fedora      86 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libidn                    x86_64    1.26-2.fc19               fedora     208 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libmount                  x86_64    2.23.2-5.fc19             updates    161 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libmpc                    x86_64    1.0.1-1.fc19              fedora      49 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libpwquality              x86_64    1.2.3-1.fc19              updates     73 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libselinux                x86_64    2.1.13-15.fc19            fedora     138 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libsemanage               x86_64    2.1.10-6.fc19             updates    117 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libsepol                  x86_64    2.1.9-1.fc19              fedora     152 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libssh2                   x86_64    1.4.3-8.fc19              updates    133 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libstdc++                 x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates    291 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libstdc++-devel           x86_64    4.8.3-7.fc19              updates    1.5 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   libtasn1                  x86_64    3.7-1.fc19                updates    319 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libuser                   x86_64    0.59-1.fc19               fedora     398 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libutempter               x86_64    1.1.6-2.fc19              fedora      25 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libuuid                   x86_64    2.23.2-5.fc19             updates     70 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libverto                  x86_64    0.2.5-2.fc19              fedora      16 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   libxml2                   x86_64    2.9.1-2.fc19              updates    656 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   lua                       x86_64    5.1.4-12.fc19             fedora     198 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   mpfr                      x86_64    3.1.1-2.fc19              fedora     198 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   ncurses                   x86_64    5.9-11.20130511.fc19      fedora     303 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   ncurses-base              noarch    5.9-11.20130511.fc19      fedora      68 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   ncurses-libs              x86_64    5.9-11.20130511.fc19      fedora     303 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nspr                      x86_64    4.10.7-1.fc19             updates    127 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nss                       x86_64    3.17.2-1.fc19             updates    824 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nss-softokn               x86_64    3.17.2-1.fc19             updates    296 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nss-softokn-freebl        x86_64    3.17.2-1.fc19             updates    195 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nss-sysinit               x86_64    3.17.2-1.fc19             updates     47 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nss-tools                 x86_64    3.17.2-1.fc19             updates    470 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   nss-util                  x86_64    3.17.2-1.fc19             updates     75 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   openldap                  x86_64    2.4.39-3.fc19             updates    333 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   openssl-libs              x86_64    1:1.0.1e-40.fc19          updates    911 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   p11-kit                   x86_64    0.18.7-1.fc19             updates     99 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   p11-kit-trust             x86_64    0.18.7-1.fc19             updates     74 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   pam                       x86_64    1.1.6-12.fc19             updates    721 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   pcre                      x86_64    8.32-12.fc19              updates    417 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl                      x86_64    4:5.16.3-266.fc19         updates    8.3 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Carp                 noarch    1.26-243.fc19             fedora      19 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Encode               x86_64    2.54-3.fc19               updates    1.5 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Filter               x86_64    1.50-1.fc19               updates     76 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-PathTools            x86_64    3.40-3.fc19               updates     82 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Pod-Escapes          noarch    1:1.04-266.fc19           updates     47 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Pod-Simple           noarch    1:3.20-266.fc19           updates    236 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Scalar-List-Utils    x86_64    1.27-246.fc19             fedora      36 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Socket               x86_64    2.009-2.fc19              fedora      48 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-Thread-Queue         noarch    3.02-1.fc19               fedora      17 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-libs                 x86_64    4:5.16.3-266.fc19         updates    668 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-macros               x86_64    4:5.16.3-266.fc19         updates     40 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-srpm-macros          noarch    1-7.fc19                  fedora     4.6 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-threads              x86_64    1.92-1.fc19               updates     49 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   perl-threads-shared       x86_64    1.46-1.fc19               updates     39 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   pinentry                  x86_64    0.8.1-10.fc19             fedora      71 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   pkgconfig                 x86_64    1:0.27.1-1.fc19           fedora      53 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   popt                      x86_64    1.16-2.fc19               updates     54 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   pth                       x86_64    2.0.7-19.fc19             fedora      87 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   python-libs               x86_64    2.7.5-15.fc19             updates    5.5 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   readline                  x86_64    6.2-8.fc19                updates    188 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   rpm                       x86_64    4.11.3-1.fc19             updates    1.2 M
DEBUG util.py:283:   rpm-build-libs            x86_64    4.11.3-1.fc19             updates     98 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   rpm-libs                  x86_64    4.11.3-1.fc19             updates    261 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   setup                     noarch    2.8.71-1.fc19             fedora     164 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   shared-mime-info          x86_64    1.1-6.fc19                updates    370 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   sqlite                    x86_64    3.8.3-1.fc19              updates    409 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   systemd-libs              x86_64    204-21.fc19               updates    148 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   tzdata                    noarch    2014j-1.fc19              updates    434 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   ustr                      x86_64    1.0.4-14.fc19             fedora      88 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   xz-libs                   x86_64    5.1.2-4alpha.fc19         fedora     100 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   zip                       x86_64    3.0-7.fc19                fedora     260 k
DEBUG util.py:283:   zlib                      x86_64    1.2.7-10.fc19             fedora      88 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Transaction Summary
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:  Install  24 Packages (+114 Dependent packages)
DEBUG util.py:283:  Total download size: 109 M
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installed size: 413 M
DEBUG util.py:283:  warning: /build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/build/cache/yum/fedora/packages/bzip2-1.0.6-8.fc19.x86_64.rpm: Header V3 RSA/SHA256 Signature, key ID fb4b18e6: NOKEY
DEBUG util.py:283:  Public key for bzip2-1.0.6-8.fc19.x86_64.rpm is not installed
DEBUG util.py:283:  Public key for audit-libs-2.3.7-1.fc19.x86_64.rpm is not installed
DEBUG util.py:283:  http://mirror.vcu.edu/pub/gnu%2Blinux/fedora/updates/19/x86_64/keyutils-libs-1.5.9-1.fc19.x86_64.rpm: [Errno 14] HTTP Error 404 - Not Found
DEBUG util.py:283:  Trying other mirror.
DEBUG util.py:283:  ftp://ftp.uci.edu/mirrors/fedora/linux/updates/19/x86_64/libxml2-2.9.1-2.fc19.x86_64.rpm: [Errno 14] curl#7 - "Failed connect to ftp.uci.edu:21; Connection refused"
DEBUG util.py:283:  Trying other mirror.
DEBUG util.py:283:  Importing GPG key 0xFB4B18E6:
DEBUG util.py:283:   Userid     : "Fedora (19) "
DEBUG util.py:283:   Fingerprint: ca81 b2c8 5e4f 4d4a 1a3f 7234 0747 7e65 fb4b 18e6
DEBUG util.py:283:   From       : /etc/pki/mock/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-19-primary
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installed:
DEBUG util.py:283:    bash.x86_64 0:4.2.53-1.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    bzip2.x86_64 0:1.0.6-8.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    coreutils.x86_64 0:8.21-13.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    cpio.x86_64 0:2.11-21.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    diffutils.x86_64 0:3.3-4.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    fedora-release.noarch 0:19-8                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    findutils.x86_64 1:4.5.11-2.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    gawk.x86_64 0:4.0.2-2.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    gcc.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    gcc-c++.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    grep.x86_64 0:2.14-4.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    gzip.x86_64 0:1.5-4.fc19                                                      
DEBUG util.py:283:    info.x86_64 0:5.1-1.fc19                                                      
DEBUG util.py:283:    make.x86_64 1:3.82-18.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    patch.x86_64 0:2.7.1-6.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    redhat-rpm-config.noarch 0:9.1.0-46.1.fc19                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    rpm-build.x86_64 0:4.11.3-1.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    sed.x86_64 0:4.2.2-2.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    shadow-utils.x86_64 2:4.1.5.1-5.fc19                                          
DEBUG util.py:283:    tar.x86_64 2:1.26-28.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    unzip.x86_64 0:6.0-11.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    util-linux.x86_64 0:2.23.2-5.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    which.x86_64 0:2.20-5.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    xz.x86_64 0:5.1.2-4alpha.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:  Dependency Installed:
DEBUG util.py:283:    audit-libs.x86_64 0:2.3.7-1.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    basesystem.noarch 0:10.0-8.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    binutils.x86_64 0:2.23.52.0.1-9.fc19                                          
DEBUG util.py:283:    bzip2-libs.x86_64 0:1.0.6-8.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    ca-certificates.noarch 0:2014.2.1-1.5.fc19                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    chkconfig.x86_64 0:1.3.60-3.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    cpp.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    cracklib.x86_64 0:2.8.22-3.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    cracklib-dicts.x86_64 0:2.8.22-3.fc19                                         
DEBUG util.py:283:    curl.x86_64 0:7.29.0-27.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    cyrus-sasl-lib.x86_64 0:2.1.26-10.fc19                                        
DEBUG util.py:283:    dbus-libs.x86_64 1:1.6.28-1.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    dwz.x86_64 0:0.11-1.fc19                                                      
DEBUG util.py:283:    elfutils.x86_64 0:0.160-1.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:283:    elfutils-libelf.x86_64 0:0.160-1.fc19                                         
DEBUG util.py:283:    elfutils-libs.x86_64 0:0.160-1.fc19                                           
DEBUG util.py:283:    expat.x86_64 0:2.1.0-5.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    file.x86_64 0:5.11-13.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    file-libs.x86_64 0:5.11-13.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    filesystem.x86_64 0:3.2-13.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    gdb.x86_64 0:7.6.1-46.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    gdbm.x86_64 0:1.10-6.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    glib2.x86_64 0:2.36.4-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    glibc.x86_64 0:2.17-21.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    glibc-common.x86_64 0:2.17-21.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    glibc-devel.x86_64 0:2.17-21.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    glibc-headers.x86_64 0:2.17-21.fc19                                           
DEBUG util.py:283:    gmp.x86_64 1:5.1.1-2.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    gnupg2.x86_64 0:2.0.25-1.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    kernel-headers.x86_64 0:3.14.27-100.fc19                                      
DEBUG util.py:283:    keyutils-libs.x86_64 0:1.5.9-1.fc19                                           
DEBUG util.py:283:    krb5-libs.x86_64 0:1.11.3-25.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    libacl.x86_64 0:2.2.51-10.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:283:    libassuan.x86_64 0:2.0.3-5.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libattr.x86_64 0:2.4.46-10.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libblkid.x86_64 0:2.23.2-5.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libcap.x86_64 0:2.22-6.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    libcap-ng.x86_64 0:0.7.4-1.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libcom_err.x86_64 0:1.42.7-2.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    libcurl.x86_64 0:7.29.0-27.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libdb.x86_64 0:5.3.21-11.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    libdb-utils.x86_64 0:5.3.21-11.fc19                                           
DEBUG util.py:283:    libffi.x86_64 0:3.0.13-4.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    libgcc.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    libgcrypt.x86_64 0:1.5.3-2.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libgomp.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    libgpg-error.x86_64 0:1.11-1.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    libidn.x86_64 0:1.26-2.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    libmount.x86_64 0:2.23.2-5.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libmpc.x86_64 0:1.0.1-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    libpwquality.x86_64 0:1.2.3-1.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    libselinux.x86_64 0:2.1.13-15.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    libsemanage.x86_64 0:2.1.10-6.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    libsepol.x86_64 0:2.1.9-1.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:283:    libssh2.x86_64 0:1.4.3-8.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    libstdc++.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    libstdc++-devel.x86_64 0:4.8.3-7.fc19                                         
DEBUG util.py:283:    libtasn1.x86_64 0:3.7-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    libuser.x86_64 0:0.59-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    libutempter.x86_64 0:1.1.6-2.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    libuuid.x86_64 0:2.23.2-5.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:283:    libverto.x86_64 0:0.2.5-2.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:283:    libxml2.x86_64 0:2.9.1-2.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    lua.x86_64 0:5.1.4-12.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    mpfr.x86_64 0:3.1.1-2.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    ncurses.x86_64 0:5.9-11.20130511.fc19                                         
DEBUG util.py:283:    ncurses-base.noarch 0:5.9-11.20130511.fc19                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    ncurses-libs.x86_64 0:5.9-11.20130511.fc19                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    nspr.x86_64 0:4.10.7-1.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    nss.x86_64 0:3.17.2-1.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    nss-softokn.x86_64 0:3.17.2-1.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    nss-softokn-freebl.x86_64 0:3.17.2-1.fc19                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    nss-sysinit.x86_64 0:3.17.2-1.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    nss-tools.x86_64 0:3.17.2-1.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    nss-util.x86_64 0:3.17.2-1.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    openldap.x86_64 0:2.4.39-3.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    openssl-libs.x86_64 1:1.0.1e-40.fc19                                          
DEBUG util.py:283:    p11-kit.x86_64 0:0.18.7-1.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:283:    p11-kit-trust.x86_64 0:0.18.7-1.fc19                                          
DEBUG util.py:283:    pam.x86_64 0:1.1.6-12.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    pcre.x86_64 0:8.32-12.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl.x86_64 4:5.16.3-266.fc19                                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Carp.noarch 0:1.26-243.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Encode.x86_64 0:2.54-3.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Filter.x86_64 0:1.50-1.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-PathTools.x86_64 0:3.40-3.fc19                                           
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Pod-Escapes.noarch 1:1.04-266.fc19                                       
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Pod-Simple.noarch 1:3.20-266.fc19                                        
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Scalar-List-Utils.x86_64 0:1.27-246.fc19                                 
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Socket.x86_64 0:2.009-2.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-Thread-Queue.noarch 0:3.02-1.fc19                                        
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-libs.x86_64 4:5.16.3-266.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-macros.x86_64 4:5.16.3-266.fc19                                          
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-srpm-macros.noarch 0:1-7.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-threads.x86_64 0:1.92-1.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    perl-threads-shared.x86_64 0:1.46-1.fc19                                      
DEBUG util.py:283:    pinentry.x86_64 0:0.8.1-10.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    pkgconfig.x86_64 1:0.27.1-1.fc19                                              
DEBUG util.py:283:    popt.x86_64 0:1.16-2.fc19                                                     
DEBUG util.py:283:    pth.x86_64 0:2.0.7-19.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    python-libs.x86_64 0:2.7.5-15.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    readline.x86_64 0:6.2-8.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    rpm.x86_64 0:4.11.3-1.fc19                                                    
DEBUG util.py:283:    rpm-build-libs.x86_64 0:4.11.3-1.fc19                                         
DEBUG util.py:283:    rpm-libs.x86_64 0:4.11.3-1.fc19                                               
DEBUG util.py:283:    setup.noarch 0:2.8.71-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    shared-mime-info.x86_64 0:1.1-6.fc19                                          
DEBUG util.py:283:    sqlite.x86_64 0:3.8.3-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    systemd-libs.x86_64 0:204-21.fc19                                             
DEBUG util.py:283:    tzdata.noarch 0:2014j-1.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:283:    ustr.x86_64 0:1.0.4-14.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:283:    xz-libs.x86_64 0:5.1.2-4alpha.fc19                                            
DEBUG util.py:283:    zip.x86_64 0:3.0-7.fc19                                                       
DEBUG util.py:283:    zlib.x86_64 0:1.2.7-10.fc19                                                   
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
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DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
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DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
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DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '-l', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/shm'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
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DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
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DEBUG util.py:283:  Updating / installing...
DEBUG util.py:283:  words-3.0-21.fc19                     ########################################
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG backend.py:1000:  ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', 'resolvedep', 'ccache']
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', 'resolvedep', 'ccache', '--setopt=tsflags=nocontexts'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'LC_MESSAGES': 'C', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
DEBUG util.py:283:    ccache:
DEBUG util.py:283:  0:ccache-3.1.9-3.fc19.x86_64 fedora
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG backend.py:1000:  ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', 'install', 'ccache']
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/usr/bin/yum', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', 'install', 'ccache', '--setopt=tsflags=nocontexts'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'LC_MESSAGES': 'C', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:   Package         Arch            Version                  Repository       Size
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installing:
DEBUG util.py:283:   ccache          x86_64          3.1.9-3.fc19             fedora          154 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Transaction Summary
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:  Install  1 Package
DEBUG util.py:283:  Total download size: 154 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installed size: 387 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installed:
DEBUG util.py:283:    ccache.x86_64 0:3.1.9-3.fc19                                                  
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG backend.py:1000:  ['/usr/bin/yum-builddep', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root///builddir/build/SRPMS/words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm']
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/usr/bin/yum-builddep', '--installroot', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/', '--releasever', '19', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root///builddir/build/SRPMS/words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm', '--setopt=tsflags=nocontexts'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'LC_MESSAGES': 'C', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
DEBUG util.py:283:  Getting requirements for words-3.0-21.fc19.src
DEBUG util.py:283:   --> dos2unix-6.0.3-2.fc19.x86_64
DEBUG util.py:283:   --> Already installed : grep-2.14-4.fc19.x86_64
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:   Package           Arch            Version                Repository       Size
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installing:
DEBUG util.py:283:   dos2unix          x86_64          6.0.3-2.fc19           fedora           64 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Transaction Summary
DEBUG util.py:283:  ================================================================================
DEBUG util.py:283:  Install  1 Package
DEBUG util.py:283:  Total download size: 64 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installed size: 180 k
DEBUG util.py:283:  Installed:
DEBUG util.py:283:    dos2unix.x86_64 0:6.0.3-2.fc19                                                
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['ccache', '-M', '4G'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'CCACHE_DIR': '/tmp/ccache', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'PROMPT_COMMAND': 'echo -n ""', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin', 'CCACHE_UMASK': '002'}
DEBUG util.py:283:  Set cache size limit to 4.0 Gbytes
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/proc/filesystems'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/tmp/ccache'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/var/cache/yum'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '-l', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/pts'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '-l', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/dev/shm'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '-l', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/sys'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:333:  Executing command: ['/bin/umount', '-n', '-l', '/build/mock/fedora-19-x86_64/root/proc'] with env {'LANG': 'en_US.UTF-8', 'TERM': 'vt100', 'SHELL': '/bin/bash', 'HOSTNAME': 'mock', 'HOME': '/builddir', 'PATH': '/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin'}
DEBUG util.py:373:  Child return code was: 0
DEBUG util.py:121:  kill orphans

state.log

2015-02-12 18:29:41,788 - Mock Version: 1.1.41
2015-02-12 18:29:41,796 - Start: cleaning yum metadata
2015-02-12 18:29:41,797 - Finish: cleaning yum metadata
2015-02-12 18:29:41,897 - Start: device setup
2015-02-12 18:29:41,913 - Finish: device setup
2015-02-12 18:29:41,914 - Start: yum update
2015-02-12 18:41:21,631 - Finish: yum update
2015-02-12 18:41:21,981 - Start: creating cache
2015-02-12 18:41:59,314 - Finish: creating cache
2015-02-12 18:41:59,603 - Finish: lock buildroot
2015-02-12 18:41:59,603 - Finish: chroot init
2015-02-12 18:41:59,855 - Start: build phase for words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
2015-02-12 18:41:59,856 - Start: device setup
2015-02-12 18:41:59,883 - Finish: device setup
2015-02-12 18:41:59,909 - Start: build setup for words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
2015-02-12 18:42:34,308 - Finish: build setup for words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm
2015-02-12 18:42:34,309 - Start: rpmbuild -bb words-3.0-21.fc19.src.rpm

Ambient voice monitoring by Nuance via Samsung Smart TVs

Claim:

Samsung SmartTVs listen to the ambient conversations in the room; these conversations are sent to third parties.

Appearing

Response

Samsung Smart TVs Do Not Monitor Living Room Conversations; editor; In Samsung Tomorrow; 2015-10.

Commencing … <quote>Samsung takes consumer privacy very seriously and our products are designed with privacy in mind. </quote>

Continuing … <quote>Voice recognition takes place in two ways:</quote>

Mentioned:

  • Voice Recognition
  • Nuance Communications Inc.

Unmentioned:

  • Yahoo’s, IntoNow technology.

Storyline

Archaeological order, newer derivatives on top; older, more original material, buried below.

Via: backfill.

Statements

  • Samsung’s SmartTV Privacy Policy
  • Nuance has a separate Privacy Policy (not shown)

<quote>You can control your SmartTV, and use many of its features, with voice commands. If you enable Voice Recognition, you can interact with your Smart TV using your voice. To provide you the Voice Recognition feature, some voice commands may be transmitted (along with information about your device, including device identifiers) to a third-party service that converts speech to text or to the extent necessary to provide the Voice Recognition features to you. In addition, Samsung may collect and your device may capture voice commands and associated texts so that we can provide you with Voice Recognition features and evaluate and improve the features. Please be aware that if your spoken words include personal or other sensitive information, that information will be among the data captured and transmitted to a third party through your use of Voice Recognition.</quote>

<quote>If you do not enable Voice Recognition, you will not be able to use interactive voice recognition features, although you may be able to control your TV using certain predefined voice commands. While Samsung will not collect your spoken word, Samsung may still collect associated texts and other usage data so that we can evaluate the performance of the feature and improve it.

You may disable Voice Recognition data collection at any time by visiting the “settings” menu. However, this may prevent you from using all of the Voice Recognition features.</quote>

Responses

Remediation

General

Unrelated

Using Git to manage the content of a web site

Recipe…

On www.server.local

(modulo certain sudo honorifics and selinux labeling activities)

$ cd /var/http
$ mkdir -p org.example.www/repo.git
$ cd org.example.www/repo.git
$ git init --bare
Initialized empty Git repository in /var/http/org.example.www/repo.git/

Create the post-receive hook in the server repository:

$ cd /var/http/org.example.www/repo.git
$ cat > hooks/post-receive
#!/bin/sh
GIT_WORK_TREE=/var/http/org.example.www/root git checkout -f
$ chmod +x hooks/post-receive

Create the DocumentRoot area for httpd per that recipe (not shown):

$ mkdir /var/http/org.example.www/root

Configure httpd to know about the new web service

$ vi /etc/httpd/vhost/org.example.www.conf
$ systemctl restart httpd

On my.devbox.local

$ cd /views
$ mkdir org.example.www
$ cd org.example.www
$ git init
Initialized empty Git repository in /views/org.example.www/.git/
$ echo 'Hello, world!' > index.html
$ git add index.html
$ git commit -q -m "The humble beginnings of the web site."
$ git remote add www ssh://www.server.local/var/http/org.example.www/repo.git
$ git push www +master:refs/heads/master

Abhijit Menon-Sen; Using Git to manage a web site; In His Blog; 2010-11-17.

SOLVED [git] refusing to update checked out branch: refs/heads/master

Sequence

On the “upstream” git.server.local
  1. cd /vault/projects
  2. git init project.git
  3. touch project/.git/git-daemon-export-ok
On the “downstream” workstation.local
  1. cd /views/projects
  2. git clone ssh://git.server.local/vault/projects/project.git
  3. … edit stuff …
  4. git add -u
  5. git commit --message "fixed many bugs"
  6. git push
    This will fail as described below

Actualities

$ git push
<snip/>
Counting objects: 13, done.
Delta compression using up to 4 threads.
Compressing objects: 100% (10/10), done.
Writing objects: 100% (10/10), 3.08 KiB | 0 bytes/s, done.
Total 10 (delta 4), reused 0 (delta 0)
remote: error: refusing to update checked out branch: refs/heads/master        
remote: error: By default, updating the current branch in a non-bare repository        
remote: error: is denied, because it will make the index and work tree inconsistent        
remote: error: with what you pushed, and will require 'git reset --hard' to match        
remote: error: the work tree to HEAD.        
remote: error:         
remote: error: You can set 'receive.denyCurrentBranch' configuration variable to        
remote: error: 'ignore' or 'warn' in the remote repository to allow pushing into        
remote: error: its current branch; however, this is not recommended unless you        
remote: error: arranged to update its work tree to match what you pushed in some        
remote: error: other way.        
remote: error:         
remote: error: To squelch this message and still keep the default behaviour, set        
remote: error: 'receive.denyCurrentBranch' configuration variable to 'refuse'.        
To ssh://git.server.local/vault/projects/project.git
 ! [remote rejected] master -> master (branch is currently checked out)
error: failed to push some refs to 'ssh://git.server.local/vault/projects/project.git'

Remediation

On the first push upstream:

git push origin +refs/heads/master

Subsequent pushes upstream do not require an explicit indicator of what to push

All the advice below here is misdirective (true but unhelpful in this context).

On the “upstream” git.server.local
  1. cd /vault/projects/project
  2. git branch undefined
    (create a branch with any other name but master)
  3. git checkout undefined
    Switch the checked-out view branch undefined which you never intend to use
  4. git branch
    master
    * undefined
On the “downstream” workstation.local
  1. git push
    … now succeeds
  2. rinse & repeat.

Explanation

This is a super-confusing condition and is the default condition. It’s not what you’re used to experiencing with Subversion or with Github in the upstream/downstream mode.

Git refers to its “checkout” state as being “logged in” to a view. You can’t push changes from a branch in one repository over to a branch in another repository which is in the “checked out” or “logged in” state. When a repository is created, the master branch is in the “logged in state” by virtue of being checked out.

References

Testimonials

The Scoring of America: How Secret Consumer Scores Threaten Your Privacy and Your Future | Dixon, Gellman @ WPF

Pam Dixon, Robert Gellman; The Scoring of America: How Secret Consumer Scores Threaten Your Privacy and Your Future; World Privacy Forum; 2014-04-02; 90 pages; landing.

Mentions

  • There are scores.
  • Scores are secrets.
  • Scores use lots of inputs variables [which is bad?]
  • Scores were developed in the 1950s.
  • [Credit] scores were published in 2000(ish).
  • Conceptually distinct:
    • credit scores
    • consumer scores (predictive consumer scores)
  • What is scored
    • Neighborhoods
    • Cohorts grouped by other means [than geography]
    • Households
    • Adults
    • minors; but mostly adults.
  • Issues [location of the harms]
    1. Score Secrecy
    2. Score Accuracy
    3. Identity Theft and Consumer Scoring
    4. Unfairness and Discrimination
    5. Sensitive Health and Lifestyle Information and Consumer Scoring
    6. Consent and Use of Consumer Data in Predictive Score
  • Consent
    • is vested via Privacy Policy verbiage
      “we may share your information for marketing purposes with third parties”
    • is vested in the commencement of any transactional [purchase, evaluation, etc.]
    • A contract of adhesion.
  • Loopholes [claimed]
    • Modern Elligibility Scores are a general class of behavior prediction; e.g. job success.
    • Aggregated credit scores (for a neighborhood) are not subject to FCRA [page 21].
    • Credit scores may only be used for firm offers of credit or insurance, not for
      general marketing use. [footnote 26, page 22; this appears to be settled law].
    • Blended scores, layered scores, combined scores.
    • Any factor can be used: <quote>For example, one financial company [Just Finance] uses information about whether a person types in all caps or all lowercase letters as a predictive factor for loan repayment.</quote> [footnote 60, page 41].
  • Ad Hominem
    • <quote>David T. Kresge, formerly senior vice president of analytic services at Dun & Bradstreet noted the “data hunger” of scoring models</quote> [page 30]
    • Experian’s Median Equivalency ScoreTM; “assesses the potential risk for seriously derogatory behavior” at a Zip+4 level.

Recommendations

  • Three pages of bullet points.

Definition

Construction due to the WPF.

<quote>A consumer score that describes an individual or sometimes a group of individuals (like a household), and predicts a consumer’s behavior, habit, or predilection. Consumer scores use information about consumer characteristics, past behaviors, and other attributes in statistical models that produce a numeric score, a range of scores, or a yes/no. Consumer scores rate, rank, or segment consumers. Businesses and governments use scores to make decisions about individual consumers and groups of consumers. The consequences can range from innocuous to important. Businesses and others use consumer scores for everything from predicting fraud to predicting the health care costs of an individual to eligibility decisions to almost anything.</quote> [page 8]

Legislation

  • Affordable Care Act (ACA)
  • Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA)
  • Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act, FACTA)
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
  • FACT Act
  • HIPAA (HIPAA)
  • Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA)

Terms

  • Application Programming Interface (API) … ahem.
  • Federal Poverty Limit (FPL)
  • Weight of Evidence (WoE)

Referenced

roughly in order of appearance

  • Robert Gellman; Fair Information Practices: A Basic History; Version v2.11; 2014-04-04; 30 pages.
  • A Brief Introduction to Fair Information Practices (FIPs); World Privacy Forum (WPF).
  • Key Dimensions and Processes in the U.S. Credit Reporting System; Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; 2012-12.
  • “Section 319 of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003″; in Fifth Interim Federal Trade Commission Report to Congress Concerning the Accuracy of Information in Credit Reports; Federal Trade Commission (FTC); 2003.
  • Noel Capon (Columbia); “Credit scoring systems: a critical analysis”; In Journal of Marketing; Issue 46; 1982; pages 82-91.
  • How Credit Scores Affect the Price of Credit and Insurance; Federal Trade Commission.
  • Tim Hill [Scott Rushing]; Predictive Modeling Topic; In The Future of Preferred Underwriting, a seminar, Society of Actuaries; 2013-08-25 -> 2013-08-27.
  • Satish Garla, Albert Hopping, Rick Monaco, Sarah Rittman; What Do Your Consumer Habits Say About Your Health? Using Third-Party Data to Predict Individual Health Risk and Costs; In Proceedings of the SAS Global Forum; 2013; 15 pages.
    Referenced

    • Taiyeong Lee, David Duling, Song Liu, Dominique Latour; “Two-stage variable clustering for large datasets”; In Proceedings of the 2008 SAS Global Forum; 2008.
  • Alternate Scoring Workshop; a press release; Federal Trade Commission (FTC); 2014-03-19; previously noted.
  • “The Nation’s Housing Lenders might rely more on credit scores”; Kenneth Harney; In The Patriot Ledger; 1995-07-21.
  • Opt Out Prescreen; World Privacy Forum
  • Privacy Choices; FDIC
  • Consumer Tips: Top Ten Opt Outs; In Their Blog; World Privacy Forum; 2013-08.
  • Credit and Loans, Your Equal Credit Opportunity Rights; Consumer Division of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  • Fair Lending and Credit Reporting at Consumer Finance of the U.S. Government.
  • Dan Meder; “Blended scores are better scores”; In Business Credit; Issue 109; 2007; page 48-49.
  • Decisions Made Simple, Glossary of EDM (busted link); Fair Isaac Corporation Overview.
  • D. J. Hand, W. E. Henley; “Statistical Classification Methods in Consumer Credit Scoring: A Review”; In Journal of the Royal Statistical Society; Issue 160; 1997; page 523-541.
  • Allen N. Berger, W. Scott Frame; “Small Business Credit Scoring and Credit Availability; In Journal of Small Business Management; Volume 45; 2007.
  • e-scores; eBureau.
  • D. J. Hand, “Statistical Classification Methods in Consumer Credit Scoring: A Review”; In Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 160, Issue 527; 1997; page 40.
  • Margaret Howard; “Shifting risk and fixing blame: The vexing problem of credit card obligations in bankruptcy”; In The American Bankruptcy Law Journal; Volume 76; 2001-Winter; also American Banker Legal? Journal; Volume 76, Issue 63.
  • Scoring and Modeling; Risk Management Examination Manual for Credit Card Activities; Chapter VIII. Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC); 2007-03.
  • D. J. Hand, W. E. Henley; “Can reject inference ever work?”; In IMA Journal of Mathematical Applications of Business Indicators (IMA J Maths Appl Bus Ind); Volume 5; 1993; pages 5-55.
  • Credit Education; MyFico,
  • List Finder; Nextmark.
  • About the Data; a portal; Acxiom.
  • D. J. Hand; “Statistical Classification Methods in Consumer Credit Scoring: A Review”; In Journal of the Royal Statistical Society; 1997; pages 523-541.
  • Journal of Operational Research Society, Oxford, England; The Royal Statistical
    Society, UK; Applied Statistics (Journal).
  • Scoring and Modeling; Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC); 2007-03.
  • Taylor James; Predictive Analytics: Making Little Decisions with Big Data; In Information Management; 2012-09-26.
  • L. C. Thomas, R. W. Oliver, D. J. Hand; “A Survey of Issues in Consumer Credit Modeling Research”; In The Journal of the Operational Research Society; Volume , 56; 2005.
  • “Marketplace Money, Define Suspicious Activity”; an interview, American Public Media; 2007-03-30.
  • Robert M. Bell, Yehuda Koren, Chris Volinsky; The BellKor Solution to the Netflix Prize; 2007?; DOI 10.1.1.142.9009.
  • H. Zhu, P.A. Beling, G.A. Overstreet; In Journal of the Operational Research Society; Volume 52; 2001; pages 974-980; Special Issue: Credit Scoring and Data Mining.
  • “MMA Deploys KXEN’s Infinite Insight to Boost Up-Sell, Cross-Sell and Customer Retention”; press release; ENP Newswire; 2013-05-30.
  • Kenneth Cukier, the other guy; Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work and Think; a book
  • Kenneth Cukier, appearing in a teleconference; Subject “ Big Data”; Council on Foreign Relations Federal News Service Media Call; 2013-05-09.
  • Just Finance, a company
  • John Copas; “The Effectiveness of Risk Scores: The Logit Rank Plot”; In Applied Statistics; Volume 48, Issue 166; 1999.
  • ChoiceScore; Experian.
  • CHOICESCORE BY EXPERIAN UNDER BANKED AND EMERGING CONSUMERS; Datacard Hub; Andrea Rubin Marketing.
  • Achievecard.
  • Figi’s Incorporated, a food gift retailer?
  • Median Equivalency Score; Experian.
  • Experian ConsumerView – Summarized Credit Statistics Mailing List; NextMark List ID #93574.

Promotions

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Via: backfill, backfill.

Configure NetworkManager to not manage wireless wlp1s13

Indications

  • The box had a load average of ~7ish.
  • The abrt-watch-log is continuously active.
  • The rcu_sched was running
  • Response was very sluggish

Remediation

For device wlps1s13 configure NetworkManager to ignore it:

$ cat /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf 
[main]
plugins=ifcfg-rh
[keyfile]
unmanaged-devices=interface-name:wlp1s13
$ sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager

Evidence

$ ps -lef | grep -Ee '(D|R)'
F S UID        PID  PPID  C PRI  NI ADDR SZ WCHAN  STIME TTY          TIME CMD
1 R root         7     2 16  80   0 -     0 ?      Jan30 ?        10:15:46 [rcu_sched]
0 R wbaker     319 31146  0  80   0 -  1362 -      08:48 pts/2    00:00:00 ps -lef
0 S wbaker     320 31146  0  80   0 -  1244 pipe_w 08:48 pts/2    00:00:00 grep --color=auto -Ee (D|R)
1 D root       506     2  1  80   0 -     0 wait_o Jan30 ?        00:38:12 [jbd2/dm-2-8]
4 S root       572     1  8  80   0 -  4409 inotif Jan30 ?        04:55:04 /usr/bin/abrt-watch-log -F BUG: WARNING: at WARNING: CPU: INFO: possible recursive locking detected ernel BUG at list_del corruption list_add corruption do_IRQ: stack overflow: ear stack overflow (cur: eneral protection fault nable to handle kernel ouble fault: RTNL: assertion failed eek! page_mapcount(page) went negative! adness at NETDEV WATCHDOG ysctl table check failed : nobody cared IRQ handler type mismatch Machine Check Exception: Machine check events logged divide error: bounds: coprocessor segment overrun: invalid TSS: segment not present: invalid opcode: alignment check: stack segment: fpu exception: simd exception: iret exception: /var/log/messages -- /usr/bin/abrt-dump-oops -xtD
4 S root       659     1  0  80   0 -  2716 poll_s Jan30 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/sshd -D
4 S grmilter 28811     1  2  80   0 - 31008 poll_s 07:41 ?        00:01:59 /usr/sbin/milter-greylist -D

Also, NetworkManager continues to try to bring up wlp1s13 even though that hardware seems to be unmanageable

...etc...
Feb  2 04:15:11 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:11 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:11 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:17 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:17 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:17 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:21 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:21 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:21 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:24 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:24 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:25 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:28 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:28 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:28 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> inactive
Feb  2 04:15:30 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: inactive -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:36 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:36 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:36 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:38 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: disconnected -> associated
Feb  2 04:15:38 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  Connection disconnected (reason -3)
Feb  2 04:15:38 nineteen NetworkManager[346]:  (wlp1s13): supplicant interface state: associated -> disconnected
Feb  2 04:15:41 nineteen dhclient[360]: DHCPREQUEST on em1 to 192.168.0.28 port 67 (xid=0x4a1bcf53)

Untested

It is unknown whether /etc/sysconfig/ifcfg-wlp1s13 can be used to convince NetworkManager to ignore the device. When HWADDR does not specify the exact & correct mac address of the device, then the configuration file is ignored.
Untested:

$ cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-wlp1s13 
HWADDR="00:11:22:33:44:55"
DEVICE="wlp1s13"
NM_CONTROLLED="no"
TYPE=Ethernet
ONBOOT="no"
BOOTPROTO="none"

Context

  • Fedora 20
  • Fujitsu Stylistic ST-4000 series tablet

Diagnosis

Using the Mock Build System to build Fedora Source RPMs

  • Mock; a wiki entry; at Fedora Projects
  • mock; a microsite; at Fedora Hosted

Installations

yum install mock
usermod -a -G mock USER && newgrp mock

Plugins

Via: Mock

  • bind_mount – bind mountpoints inside the chroot
  • ccache – compiler cache plugin
  • chroot_scan – allows you to retrieve build artifacts from buildroot (e.g. additional logs, coredumps)
  • compress_logs – compress logs
  • lvm_root – caching buildroots using LVM
  • mount – allows you to mount directories into chroot
  • package_state – dumps list of available and installed packages
  • root_cache – cache buildroots (as tar file).
  • selinux – on SELinux enabled box, this plugin will pretend, that SELinux is disabled in the build environment.
  • tmpfs – mount buildroot directory as tmpfs
  • yum_cache – mount /var/cache/yum of your machine to chroot

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