On Feb 18, 2011, at 4:14 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> In Some rpm version it is possible that a post fail could return always a zero status.there is bugzilla for this. Regards-----Original
TIts possible to mask the exit status, and its also possible for a script to
return 0 and do nothing useful.
But logic and convention sez' that:
All scripts have an exit status in uglix.
An exit status of 0 == success, else failure.
You know all this ... or perhaps you are referring to the daft (imho)
@rpm.org decision to _IGNORE_ scriptt return codes.
Might as well just add
%post -p /dev/random
and start the betting pol to see how long it takes for the
first successful return code from /dev/random.
73 de Jeff my opinions are all mine
Received on Fri Feb 18 22:21:18 2011
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