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{{QA/Test_Case
|description= Enabling and Disabling Modules in Fedora Server
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|description= This test checks the modular operations on a Fedora system.
 
|setup=  
 
|setup=  
# Grab a Fedora Server and continue to install on a VM or Baremetal
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# To start and learn how to list modules, follow the instructions in [[QA:Testcase_Modularity_module_list|this test case]].
# Login from the Cockpit Web-UI or server with the created user or root
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# Check all available module [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Sumantrom/Draft/dnf_module_list here]
 
 
|actions=
 
|actions=
=== Enabling Modules: ===
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=== Enabling Modules on the system===
# Enabling module <code>foo</code> with specific stream and profile
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By default, all modules are disabled. To enable a module, run the following commands to enable the module:
    <code>dnf module enable foo:stream</code>
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* <code>sudo dnf module enable module:stream</code> enables a particular module stream.
    <code>dnf module enable foo:stream/profile </code>
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Check, that the enabled module appears in the list of enabled modules and that the stream matches your selection. If you have not specified the profile, the default profile should be enabled.
=== Disabling Modules: ===
 
# Disabling module <code>foo</code> with a specific stream and profile
 
    <code>dnf module disable foo:stream </code>
 
    <code>dnf module disable foo:stream/profile </code>
 
 
 
  
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=== Disabling Modules===
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To disable a module, you have to have enabled some of them. If there are enabled modules, try to disable them using the commands:
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*  <code>sudo dnf module disable module:stream </code> disables a particular module stream.
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Check, that the disabled module appears in the list of disabled modules, that it disappears from the list of enabled modules, and that the disabled stream and profile of the module matches your selection.
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=== Resetting Modules===
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To reset a module, use the following command:
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* <code>sudo dnf module reset <module></code> resets the module into the basic state.
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Check that the reset module does not appear in either installed, enabled or disabled modules.
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|results=
 
|results=
The commands execute without error
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All above commands execute without errors.
# The first command prints "foo:stream is enabled".
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# When you enable the module (:stream), a confirmation  "module:stream is enabled" appears. The module must be on the list of enabled modules.
# The second command prints "foo:stream/profile is enabled"
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# When you disable the module (:stream), a confirmation "module:stream is disabled" appears. The module must not be shown on the list of enabled modules.
# The third command prints "foo:stream is disbaled"
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# When you reset the module, the module must not appear in any lists, except the <code>dnf module list</code>.
# The fourth command prints "foo:stream/profile is disabled"
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|optional= Try entering random profile names
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|optional= Try various modules and streams/profiles.
 
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Revision as of 01:43, 11 July 2020

Description

This test checks the modular operations on a Fedora system.

Setup

  1. To start and learn how to list modules, follow the instructions in this test case.

How to test

Enabling Modules on the system

By default, all modules are disabled. To enable a module, run the following commands to enable the module:

  • sudo dnf module enable module:stream enables a particular module stream.

Check, that the enabled module appears in the list of enabled modules and that the stream matches your selection. If you have not specified the profile, the default profile should be enabled.

Disabling Modules

To disable a module, you have to have enabled some of them. If there are enabled modules, try to disable them using the commands:

  • sudo dnf module disable module:stream disables a particular module stream.

Check, that the disabled module appears in the list of disabled modules, that it disappears from the list of enabled modules, and that the disabled stream and profile of the module matches your selection.

Resetting Modules

To reset a module, use the following command:

  • sudo dnf module reset <module> resets the module into the basic state.

Check that the reset module does not appear in either installed, enabled or disabled modules.

Expected Results

All above commands execute without errors.

  1. When you enable the module (:stream), a confirmation "module:stream is enabled" appears. The module must be on the list of enabled modules.
  2. When you disable the module (:stream), a confirmation "module:stream is disabled" appears. The module must not be shown on the list of enabled modules.
  3. When you reset the module, the module must not appear in any lists, except the dnf module list.

Optional

Try various modules and streams/profiles.