Test Day:2009-04-16 Presto

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DATE TIME WHERE
2009-04-16 (Thu) From 12:00 to 21:00 UTC (8am -> 5pm EDT) #fedora-qa)

Contents

[edit] What to test?

Today's instalment of Fedora Test Day will focus on:

[edit] Who's available

The following cast of characters will be available testing, workarounds, bug fixes, and general discussion ...

[edit] Prerequisites for Test Day

You will need a Fedora 11 Beta system with root access (as we are going to work with yum and rpm). You should have your favourite package set installed. We will provide a repo with F11 Snapshot1 packages with delta RPMs and presto metadata generated, so everybody can do Beta -> Snapshot1 upgrade. Unfortunately there is no live CD for this test day, as you need an installed system to properly test this feature.

[edit] i386

cat <<EOF> /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-presto-testday.repo
[PrestoTestDay]
name=PrestoTestDay F11 Snapshot1 with drpms
baseurl=http://people.redhat.com/psklenar/repodata/i386/Packages
enabled=1
gpgcheck=0
EOF

[edit] x86_64

cat <<EOF> /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-presto-testday.repo
[PrestoTestDay]
name=PrestoTestDay F11 Snapshot1 with drpms
baseurl=http://skvidal.fedorapeople.org/presto-test/x86_64/Packages/
enabled=1
gpgcheck=0
EOF


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Remove with caution
You will be removing packages, make sure not to remove any important ones like kernel, glibc and so on - it happened before!

[edit] How to test?

What do we want to test exactly? We want to ensure, that packages serching/installing/updating/uninstalling works, that it works in all the different ways users are using it and that Presto related tools also works.

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Dependencies?

[edit] Results

We will store results in the table below. This page is editable without a Fedora login for those who do not want to sign the CLA, but if you do have a FAS account, please log in before editing.

If you find a bug, please report it through Bugzilla and make it depend on bug PrestoTestDay (just put PrestoTestDay into the Blocks: field). If you do not have an account there, you may create one, or just ask somebody on the #fedora-qa to report the bug for you.

user command/action system downloaded time relevant packages versions other plugins
Markino (aka TopoMorto) yum update VirtualBox 2.2 ...  ???kB real 14m51.956s, user 2m46.799s, sys 1m32.895s yum-3.2.22-4.fc11.noarch yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11.noarch, yum-fastestmirror-1.1.21-2.fc11.noarch no other plugins
Petr Lautrbach yum update kvm-74-11.fc10.x86_64, guest - x86_64, 512M Ram downloaded 236M, would have been downloaded 262M, savings of 10 percent N/A yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11.noarch, yum-3.2.22-1.fc11.noarch -
Michal Nowak yum upgrade kernel host(Rawhide.x86_64) + guest(KVM/F-11-Beta.x86_64) 22 MB v. 9.7 MB saved 57 % the rebuilding rpms from deltas took ~2 mins, but probably worth the savings yum-3.2.21-16.fc11 & yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11 refresh-packagekit
Michal Nowak yum upgrade openoffice.org\* host(Rawhide.x86_64) + guest(KVM/F-11-Beta.x86_64) 129 MB v. 11 MB saved 92 % the rebuilding rpms from deltas took ~3 mins, but definitely worth the savings yum-3.2.21-16.fc11 & yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11 refresh-packagekit
Michal Nowak yum upgrade \*PackageKit\* \*gnome-packagekit\* host(Rawhide.x86_64) + guest(KVM/F-11-Beta.x86_64) 4 MB v. 1.3 MB saved 69 % yum-3.2.21-16.fc11 & yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11 refresh-packagekit
Marcela Maslanova time yum update -y sos --enablerepo=myrepo rawhide 2.6.29.1-70.fc11.x86_64 downloaded 54K, would have been downloaded 185K, savings of 71 percent real 0m22.392s user 0m7.605s sys 0m1.277s yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11.noarch, yum-3.2.22-1.fc11.noarch no other plugins
Petr Sklenar yum update rawhide 2.6.29.1-70.fc11.x86_64; +-beta.i386 to people.redhat.com/psklenar/repodata/i386 downloaded 120M, would have been downloaded 305M, savings of 61 percent yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11.noarch, yum-3.2.22-1.fc11.noarch no other plugins
Riku Seppälä yum update openoffice* 2.6.29-0.258.2.3.rc8.git2.fc11.x86_64 downloaded 11M, would have been downloaded 129M, savings of 92 percent N/A yum-3.2.22-4.fc11.noarch yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11.noarch no other plugins
User:jhutar yum update 8xXeon CPU E5320@1.86GHz, 1GB RAM (from F11Beta to F11Snap1, i386 system, 664 packages) downloaded 130M, would have been downloaded 345M, savings of 63 percent real 21m17.767s, user 9m28.387s, sys 0m56.330s Beta yum + yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11 no other plugins
User:Lmacken yum update Tested on both KDE and GNOME F11 Beta spins, upgrading to F11snap1 Downloaded 197M, would have been 407M. Savings of 52% N/A yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11, deltarpm-3.4.15.fc11
Gireesh Sreekantan yum update Tested updating Beta (Fedora 10.92) to snap 1 with GNOME and LXDE installed - KVM guest Downloaded 197M, would have been 408M. Savings of 52%. yum update transmission gave a savings of 38% Rebuiling took 20minutes - maybe due to KVM yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11, deltarpm-3.4.15.fc11 refresh-packagekit, presto plugins installed
User:jhutar basics 8xXeon CPU E5320@1.86GHz, 1GB RAM as expected no performacne problems observed yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11 refresh-packagekit
User:jhutar yum update 4 x Xeon CPU X3353@2.66GHz; 4GB RAM (from F11Beta to F11Snap1, x86_64 system, 1124 packages) Downloaded 221M, would have been downloaded 799M, savings of 73 percent real 28m58.142s, user 15m52.641s, sys 2m3.990s yum-3.2.22-4.fc11.noarch, yum-presto-0.4.5-4.fc11.noarch no other plugins