On 04/23/2012 08:17 AM, Jason Lawer wrote:
Yeah, I think I am (3.0 is stable isn't it?)
yes, 3.1 still not out.
Sorry, I did a search through bugzilla but wasn't able to find anything
As I am a recent member on the list I didn't know about this. Is there
somewhere I should look for information on things like this?
well, the wiki, google and git log / gerrit patch queue
google covers wiki and git/gerrit log:
On 23/04/12 3:08 PM, Itamar Heim wrote:
> On 04/23/2012 03:00 AM, Jason Lawer wrote:
>> I just tried to run engine-setup and got the following error.
>> [root@manager ~]# engine-setup
>> Error: current locale (en_AU.UTF-8) is not supported. supported locales
>> are: en_US.UTF-8,en_US.utf-8,en_US.utf8
>> Please check log file
>> /var/log/ovirt-engine/engine-setup_2012_04_23_09_07_53.log for more
>> While I can easily change the locale settings on the box, I really think
>> this is a bit of a crazy limitation as almost every other bit of
>> software seems to assume en_AU = en_US as almost no software ends up
>> creating an Australian localization for it. The character set is the
>> same, the keyboards are the same, and I can't see any reason why en_AU
>> (or say en_NZ) would cause a problem. The only differences I can think
>> of are dates (DD/MM/YYYY vs MM/DD/YYYY) and the metric system.
>> What would need to be the process to fix this? Is this just because no
>> one has been willing to test or it is a policy?
> actually, this was blocked due to locale and timezone issues to
> minimize problems until further testing, but later opened to allow
> reporting of any such issues.
> so, I assume you are trying 3.0? as this should have been fixed for
> 3.1 already:
> commit 3f9b8085dec28b23f483058e8a416122e7be1a75
> Author: Idan Mansano <imansano(a)redhat.com>
> Date: Thu Jan 26 11:26:53 2012 +0200
> engine-setup won't validate locale in the system