Le samedi 30 juin 2018 à 14:32 +0200, Hans de Goede a écrit :
> 4. you check every single bit needed to use them works before
> declaring a boot successful
A boot is declared successful if a user logs in (or the
user session starts if autologin is enabled) and the
usersession lasts at least 2 minutes. So even if login
works, but then for some reason the session crashes immediately
afterwards, that still will NOT count as a boot success.
It'd be nice if there was a way to check grub2-editenv works (some dummy
action that is tested on boot). I've lost the number of times I had to
re-run anaconda on a system just to reinstall the boot stack, because it
tends to bork itself on hardware or selinux changes and there is no
clear way to reinit it.