Error When Attempting a query




17 years ago
6 years ago


(Reporter: kmb, Assigned: endico)






17 years ago
I'm getting and error when quering bugs .  

As Follows:

Software error:
Undefined subroutine &main::time2str called at /var/www/html/bugs/buglist.cgi 
line 1327.

For help, please send mail to the webmaster (root@localhost), giving this error 
message and the time and date of the error.
Did you run

time2str is a part of Date::Format, which is tested for by to see
if you have a current version.  You probably don't have it installed.

Comment 2

17 years ago
Here is the output from It says all is well

Checking perl modules ...
Checking for             DBI (v1.13)   ok: found v1.18
Checking for    Data::Dumper (any)     ok: found v2.102
Checking for      DBD::mysql (v1.2209) ok: found v2.0416
Checking for     Date::Parse (any)     ok: found unknown version
Checking for       CGI::Carp (any)     ok: found v1.20

The following Perl modules are optional:
Checking for              GD (v1.19)    not found
Checking for     Chart::Base (v0.99)    not found
Checking for     XML::Parser (any)     ok: found v2.30

If you you want to see graphical bug dependency charts, you may install
the optional libgd and the Perl modules GD-1.19 and Chart::Base-0.99b, e.g. by
running (as root)

   perl -MCPAN -e'install "LDS/GD-1.19.tar.gz"'
   perl -MCPAN -e'install "N/NI/NINJAZ/Chart-0.99b.tar.gz"'

Checking user setup ...
Checking for    MySQL Server (v3.22.5) ok: found v3.23.41

Populating duplicates table...
Reminder: Bugzilla now requires version 8.7 or later of sendmail.
In the other bug you said that you had to do some manual copying of files to get 
it working. Maybe something didn´t work right then? Anyway, during the 
installation process there should not be any need to copy files manually, so we 
should try to find the reason for that first. Do you have multiple installations 
of perl? Maybe you used the wrong one when installing one of the new modules?

Comment 4

17 years ago

     I determined that I had messed up my install of the DATE:: stuff,   I 
removed the DATE directory from /usr/lib/perl5/5.6.1/i386-linux/ and now Perl 
find the DATE in /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.1/i386-linux all is well

Sorry for the run-around

Kevin Barrett
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
QA Contact: matty_is_a_geek → default-qa
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