What is the current F14 state?
mkkp4x4 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 14:26:43 UTC 2010
2010/10/4 James Laska <jlaska at redhat.com>:
> On Mon, 2010-10-04 at 15:28 +0200, Michał Piotrowski wrote:
>> 2010/10/4 James Laska <jlaska at redhat.com>:
>> > On Mon, 2010-10-04 at 13:10 +0200, Michał Piotrowski wrote:
>> >> W dniu 4 października 2010 00:16 użytkownik Michał Piotrowski
>> >> <mkkp4x4 at gmail.com> napisał:
>> >> > W dniu 3 października 2010 23:58 użytkownik Bruno Wolff III
>> >> > <bruno at wolff.to> napisał:
>> >> >> There
>> >> >> was some recent security updates that affected pretty much all versions.
>> >> >> I haven't run into any f14 specific problems recently.
>> >> >>
>> >> >
>> >> > Good to know. I'll try to update system. I will let know if there are
>> >> > any problems
>> >> I noticed a problem with preupgrade-cli. I rebooted system, preupgrade
>> >> updated it, but then the system does not respond to ping - I turned
>> >> off it by pressing power button. I connected box to the TV to see what
>> >> happens, but the system started correctly. Strange. Do physical access
>> >> to the machine is required when using preupgrade?
>> >> Apart from that it seems that everything went well.
>> > Should not be required, but hard to say without more details. I suspect
>> > it the installer stopped and was prompting you for some information
>> > (perhaps language or keymap)? Do you have access to the installer logs
>> > from the preupgrade attempt?
>> Yes, I've got some logs from installation. I can post it - it's about 226 kb.
> I wouldn't mind seeing the logs (fpaste.org). Can you
> paste /root/upgrade.log, /root/install.log and /var/log/anaconda.log?
That's all I have - I deleted install.log one and a half years ago.
> Did the install ever complete?
I don't know - this box is not attached to any display - I was not
able to verify it.
According to this
packages was installed.
> Or did you force reboot it before it
> ever started/completed?
I ran preupgrade - it downloaded all packages, then I reboot system. I
waited for almost two hours before I turned off it manually. System at
that time did not respond to ping.
> When preupgrade reboots into the installer, it
> sets up a boot-next grub target which will boot into the installer
> *only* for the next reboot. If you reboot multiple times before
> starting the installer, it will boot back into your previously defined
> default boot target.
It seems to me that the system is properly upgraded.
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