QA:Testcase install repository HTTP/FTP variation

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|setup=
 
|setup=
 
# Prepare any non-live media for booting the installer (anything except {{filename|Live.iso}}).
 
# Prepare any non-live media for booting the installer (anything except {{filename|Live.iso}}).
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# Pick a mirror URL from the [http://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/publiclist/ list of available mirrors]. For example here's a list of [http://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/mirrorlist?repo=fedora-{{FedoraVersionNumber|next}}&arch=x86_64 Fedora {{FedoraVersionNumber|next}} x86_64 mirrors]. The top ones should be closest to you (and possibly fastest).
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#* Make sure the repository architecture matches the architecture of your installer media.
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#* You can also use your own install repository, if you have one.
 
|actions=
 
|actions=
# Before booting the installer, specify a target HTTP/FTP repository by adding a following boot option:
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# Before booting the installer, specify a target HTTP/FTP repository (selected in previous step) by adding a following boot option:
 
#* For HTTP or HTTPS: <pre>inst.repo=http(s)://<host>/<path></pre>
 
#* For HTTP or HTTPS: <pre>inst.repo=http(s)://<host>/<path></pre>
 
#* For FTP: <pre>inst.repo=ftp://<host>/<path></pre>
 
#* For FTP: <pre>inst.repo=ftp://<host>/<path></pre>
 
#* If proxy is needed, add it as another option: <pre>proxy=[protocol://][username[:password]@]host[:port]</pre>  
 
#* If proxy is needed, add it as another option: <pre>proxy=[protocol://][username[:password]@]host[:port]</pre>  
#* '''Example''': Use {{#tag:pre|inst.repo=http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/development/{{FedoraVersionNumber|next}}/x86_64/os/ }}
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#* '''Example''': Use {{#tag:pre|inst.repo=http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/development/{{FedoraVersionNumber|next}}/x86_64/os/ }}
#* Make sure the repository architecture matches the architecture of your installer media.
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# Proceed with installation.
 
# Proceed with installation.
 
|results=
 
|results=
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<li>The requested repository is used to download and install required packages. This can be checked by inspecting {{filename|/tmp/packaging.log}}. Example output:
 
<li>The requested repository is used to download and install required packages. This can be checked by inspecting {{filename|/tmp/packaging.log}}. Example output:
 
{{#tag:pre|
 
{{#tag:pre|
09:34:37,295 DEBUG packaging: adding yum repo anaconda with baseurl http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/development/{{FedoraVersionNumber|next}}/x86_64/os and mirrorlist None
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09:34:37,295 DEBUG packaging: adding yum repo anaconda with baseurl http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/development/{{FedoraVersionNumber|next}}/x86_64/os/ and mirrorlist None
 
09:34:37,313 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo fedora
 
09:34:37,313 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo fedora
 
09:34:37,313 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo updates-testing
 
09:34:37,313 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo updates-testing

Latest revision as of 08:06, 13 September 2013

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Associated release criterion
This test case is associated with the Fedora_21_Alpha_Release_Criteria#remote-package-sources release criterion. If you are doing release validation testing, a failure of this test case may be a breach of that release criterion. If so, please file a bug and nominate it as blocking the appropriate milestone, using the blocker bug nomination page.


Contents

Description

This is to verify that Anaconda's inst.repo boot option works together with an HTTP(S) or FTP repository.

Setup

  1. Prepare any non-live media for booting the installer (anything except Live.iso).
  2. Pick a mirror URL from the list of available mirrors. For example here's a list of Fedora 21 x86_64 mirrors. The top ones should be closest to you (and possibly fastest).
    • Make sure the repository architecture matches the architecture of your installer media.
    • You can also use your own install repository, if you have one.

How to test

  1. Before booting the installer, specify a target HTTP/FTP repository (selected in previous step) by adding a following boot option:
    • For HTTP or HTTPS:
      inst.repo=http(s)://<host>/<path>
    • For FTP:
      inst.repo=ftp://<host>/<path>
    • If proxy is needed, add it as another option:
      proxy=[protocol://][username[:password]@]host[:port]
    • Example: Use
      inst.repo=http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/development/21/x86_64/os/ 
  2. Proceed with installation.

Expected Results

  1. The installer auto-selects requested HTTP/FTP repository as the installation source in its GUI
  2. The requested repository is used to download and install required packages. This can be checked by inspecting /tmp/packaging.log. Example output:
    09:34:37,295 DEBUG packaging: adding yum repo anaconda with baseurl http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/development/21/x86_64/os/ and mirrorlist None
    09:34:37,313 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo fedora
    09:34:37,313 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo updates-testing
    09:34:37,314 DEBUG packaging: disabling repo updates
    
  3. The installation completes and the new system initiates boot properly