[Fedora QA] #86: Add test coverage for text-mode upgrade

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Mon Jul 5 08:05:23 UTC 2010


#86: Add test coverage for text-mode upgrade
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  Reporter:  jlaska       |       Owner:  rhe          
      Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  assigned     
  Priority:  major        |   Milestone:  Fedora 14    
 Component:  Wiki         |     Version:               
Resolution:               |    Keywords:  retrospective
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Comment (by rhe):

 Replying to [comment:4 clumens]:
 > > I'm still unclear on the difference in expected results for the ''Skip
 bootloader'' and the ''update bootloader'' test case.  When a new kernel
 package is installed during the upgrade, it will run grubby (see the
 %script of the kernel rpm) and modify grub.conf.  When we choose ''Skip
 bootloader'', does that mean that anaconda '''will not''' write a new
 bootloader configuration and '''will not''' run grub-install, but
 '''will''' update the existing grub.conf when the new kernel is installed?
 > >
 > > clumens: any thoughts?
 >
 > Regardless of what option you pick on the bootloader UI, the kernel's
 %post scriptlet will still get run.  So you can't help but get grub-
 install run and grub.conf changed.
 >
 > If you select "Skip bootloader", you won't get the screen that allows
 you to setup how the bootloader should be configured, anaconda won't write
 out a bootloader configuration for you, and it will not run whatever
 program installs the bootloader for your platform.

 Thanks clumens, Then is there any way to test the difference between
 “update” and "skip" bootloader? The existing
 [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Anaconda_Upgrade_Update_Bootloader
 update bootloader] test has the same results no matter one chooses update
 or skip bootloader.

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