Does this error matter?
aph at redhat.com
Mon Feb 17 10:00:38 UTC 2020
On 2/17/20 9:08 AM, Erik Helin wrote:
> On 2/14/20 5:36 PM, Andrew Haley wrote:
>> Removing java_mirror ... done.
>> mc space: 8608 [ 0.1% of total] out of 12288 bytes [ 70.1% used] at 0x0000000800000000
>> rw space: 4007528 [ 33.6% of total] out of 4009984 bytes [ 99.9% used] at 0x0000000800003000
>> ro space: 7227800 [ 60.7% of total] out of 7229440 bytes [100.0% used] at 0x00000008003d6000
>> md space: 2320 [ 0.0% of total] out of 4096 bytes [ 56.6% used] at 0x0000000800abb000
>> ca0 space: 413696 [ 3.5% of total] out of 413696 bytes [100.0% used] at 0x00000007ffc00000
>> oa0 space: 241664 [ 2.0% of total] out of 241664 bytes [100.0% used] at 0x00000007ff800000
>> total : 11901616 [100.0% of total] out of 11911168 bytes [ 99.9% used]
>> BUILD SUCCESSFUL in 39s
>> 44 actionable tasks: 44 executed
> What command did you run? `make`, `git skara update` or `sh gradlew`?
$ git token store https://github.com/
>> ** (process:69472): CRITICAL **: 16:24:17.542: could not connect to Secret Service: Error calling StartServiceByName for org.freedesktop.secrets: Timeout was reached
>> Username for 'https://github.com': theRealAph
>> Password for 'https://theRealAph@github.com':
>> ** (process:69617): CRITICAL **: 16:25:39.630: store failed: Error calling StartServiceByName for org.freedesktop.secrets: Timeout was reached
> The message you are seeing most likely comes from the
> git-credential-helper  you are using. I can see that you are using
> GNU/Linux, I'm guessing RHEL? If so, which version of RHEL?
> Did you follow the instructions for Fedora on the Skara wiki 
> when setting up the credential helper? If you did, then you are
> using the "libsecret" helper . The git "libsecret" credential
> helper is a small wrapper around libsecret . libsecret is going
> to communicate over dbus  with a implementation of the
> 'org.freedesktop.secrets' service (e.g. gnome-keyring ).
Yes, I did.
> From the message it seems like the libsecret library can't start the
> 'org.freedesktop.secrets' service, you might want to check in
> /var/log/syslog to see if there are any additional log messages (see for
> example ). If you believe you have found a bug in libsecret then you
> can file an issue in their GitLab issue tracker . Unfortunately there
> is not much Skara can do to help fix this issue, this error occurs at
> lower level in your GNU/Linux desktop stack :(
Yeah, OK. So there's some problem there.
Does Skara need this stuff? Git seems to work without it.
> Did you run `git token store https://github.com` as described on the
> Skara wiki  for storing you personal access token? Did that work?
No, it failed with the same error.
Andrew Haley (he/him)
Java Platform Lead Engineer
Red Hat UK Ltd. <https://www.redhat.com>
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