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Fedora 7 Pre-Release Test Coordination

This is an install test matrix which each test and final release is to run through. Any bugs found in this test would be considered release blockers.

This page exists to track installation testing progress of a test release. Functional testing may be tracked on a different page - watch this space for updates.

General Release Criteria

Current Testing Tree

The development repo is a daily snapshot of the current testing tree.

For network installs, you can use the boot.iso in the images/ directory.

Test images may be available shortly here: http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/

For inside Red Hat walls, there is
nfs://reducto.boston.redhat.com:/srv/pungi/f7rc2.0/7/Fedora/
rsync://reducto.boston.redhat.com/pungi/f7rc2.0/7/Fedora/
http://reducto.boston.redhat.com/pungi/f7rc2.0/7/Fedora/
ftp://reducto.boston.redhat.com/pungi/f7rc2.0/7/Fedora/

Or, in RDU:
nfs://rawhide.test.redhat.com:/var/ftp/pub/7/Fedora
http://rawhide.test.redhat.com/pub/7/Fedora
ftp://rawhide.test.redhat.com/pub/7/Fedora

Virtual Whiteboard

There are a couple of things we're looking at with possible concern right now.

  • Some Dell laptops with Intel dual-core CPUs (Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Dual Core) seem to only boot with maxcpus=1 (#241249 )
  • Some ugprades end up with a slightly buggy grub.conf, but can boot with selecting the new kernel from the grub menu

Known issues

For reference, here are the Blocker and Target bugs for this release:

Changes of note:

  • Anaconda and mkinitrd are now using mdadm to assemble software RAID arrays.

Current testing needs

The following is a list of things which need to be tested to help ensure a valid tree.


Install Type Install Arch Install Details Install Notes
Upgrade Any Test upgrade, ensure necessary things blacklisted (yum list extras) i386 Full install
Upgrade from FC5 Any Test upgrade, ensure necessary things blacklisted (yum list extras)
Upgrade Any Test multi-repo upgrade Both Static IP and DHCP
Install Any Test multi-repo installs x86_64
Text mode FTP/HTTP Any Ensure text mode with minstg2 sane
SELinux check All Need to ensure that fresh installs of all arches come up without any SELinux AVC errors
VNC Any Make sure vnc installs work with connect parameters, password param, or none at all plain vnc
Any All Make sure default install doesn't include -devel packages (perl-devel doesn't count) i386, x86_64, ppc
DVD All Media Check Passes i386, x86_64, ppc
USB Any Test installation onto removable media. x86_64
LiveCD All LiveCD actually fits onto a CD x86_64 needs a DVD

Test Matrix

Install Source Install Type Arches Completed Install Notes
DVD Random Package Selection x86_64, i386
DVD Full i386, x86_64, ppc
DVD Default i386, x86_64, ppc
DVD Minimal i386, x86_64, ppc
NFS Default i386, x86_64, ppc
NFS ISO Default i386, x86_64, ppc
HTTP Default with 256megs of ram i386 forced with 'mem=256M' at boot - unreliable in GUI (use text mode)
FTP Default with 256megs of ram i386,x86_64 force with 'mem=256M' at boot
Harddrive Default ppc
Any Xen install
Any KVM install i386
Any ipv6 install No luck so far - might be misconfigured server
Any dmraid install x86_64
Any dmraid rescue x86_64
Any mdraid rescue x86_64
Any normal rescue ppc