You may find mentions of "crashes" in the old documentation, but we prefer "problems".
We have been trying to move from "crashes" to "problems" since we introduced kernel oopses.
 It's a never ending story. One has to think a lot before introducing a new term :)


---------- Původní zpráva ----------
Od: Andreas Nilsson <>
Datum: 28. 2. 2017 16:00:57
Předmět: Re: Supporting ABRT in Cockpit

On 2017-02-28 14:01, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> On 02/28/2017 05:40 AM, Andreas Nilsson wrote:
>> On 2017-02-28 10:57, wrote:
>>> Wow, the design looks cool.
>>> One comment: Are you sure you want to use the terms "Crash" and "Crashers"?
>>> Not every ABRT problem is a crash:
>>> - Python exceptions do not always cause a crash
>>> - Kernel oopses are not crashes at all
>>> - There might be other problem types like Eclipse ones [1]
>>> - ABRT Java connector can be configured to report also caught exceptions [2]
>> I'm not married to that term at all. What's a better name for it? "Problems",
>> "Errors", "Irregularities"?
> Anomalies?

What does the documentation (RHEL/Fedora) usually refer to abrt objects as?
- Andreas
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