When httpd fails to start, it tells users they probably haven't run pulp-manage-db
Description of problem:
When httpd fails to start for any reason, it tells users they likely need to run pulp-manage-db, even when that's not the case. This leads to lots of confusion and just isn't helpful. Also, it is possible for it to detect for sure whether pulp-manage-db needs to be run, so it should give the user the real error.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Break Pulp in some way, perhaps by inserting a raise Exception during its initialization.
It will tell you that you likely need to run pulp-manage-db.
It should tell you what really happened.
Of course, if it really is that you need to run pulp-manage-db, it should tell you that, without the word "likely".
+ This bug was cloned from Bugzilla Bug #1145734 +