QA:Testcase ABRT quota

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# Edit {{filename|/etc/abrt/abrt.conf}} and find this line: <tt>MaxCrashReportsSize = 1000</tt>, this means that the quota is set to 1000 MB.
 
# Edit {{filename|/etc/abrt/abrt.conf}} and find this line: <tt>MaxCrashReportsSize = 1000</tt>, this means that the quota is set to 1000 MB.
 
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# Set quota to some lower value (e.g. 1 MB), restart abrtd service and try to get some crash with abrt. Crashing random GUI application likely exceeds the limit, try to kill e.g. {{command|gcalctool}}.
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Set quota to some lower value (e.g. 1 MB), restart abrtd service and try to get some crash with abrt. Crashing random GUI application likely exceeds the limit, try to kill e.g. {{command|gcalctool}}.
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Revision as of 12:30, 17 March 2011

Description

This test case tests the functionality of the ABRT "quota" option.


How to test

  1. Edit /etc/abrt/abrt.conf and find this line: MaxCrashReportsSize = 1000, this means that the quota is set to 1000 MB.
  2. Set quota to some lower value (e.g. 1 MB), restart abrtd service and try to get some crash with abrt. Crashing random GUI application likely exceeds the limit, try to kill e.g. gcalctool.

Expected Results

  1. ABRT may save the first crash exceeding quota but with every other crash the older one will be gone and replaced by the new one.
  2. If abrt-applet is running then it should notify user about both the crash and the exceeded quota.