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== Description ==
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This test case tests if network interface names in Rawhide is same as they were in Fedora 14, after upgrade.
 
  
== Setup ==
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|description=This test case tests if network interface names in {{FedoraVersion|long|current}} remain the same after upgrading to {{FedoraVersion|long|next}} (or [[Releases/Rawhide|Rawhide]]).
Install Fedora 14 on your system.
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# Install {{FedoraVersion|long|current}} on your system.
== How to test ==
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# Inspect the network interface names on Fedora 14 using the command: {{command|ls /sys/class/net/}}
1. Make a note of the network interface names on Fedora 14.
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# Upgrade to the next Fedora release and boot into the upgraded system.  If {{FedoraVersion|long|next}} is not available, [[Releases/Rawhide|Rawhide]] may be used instead.
 
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# Once again, inspect the interface names using the command: {{command|ls /sys/class/net/}}
<pre>[root@fedora14-r610 rules.d]# ls /sys/class/net/
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eth0  eth1  eth2  eth3  eth4  eth5  lo
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# Network interface names in Fedora Rawhide should be the same as they were in Fedora 14.  Sample expected output is listed below.
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<pre># ls /sys/class/net/
 
 
2. Upgrade to Fedora Rawhide [[Releases/Rawhide|Rawhide]] and boot into Rawhide.
 
 
 
3. Make sure interface names remain the same as seen in Step 1.
 
 
 
<pre>[root@rawhide-r610 rules.d]# ls /sys/class/net/
 
 
eth0  eth1  eth2  eth3  eth4  eth5  lo
 
eth0  eth1  eth2  eth3  eth4  eth5  lo
 
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== Expected Results ==
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Network interface names in Fedora Rawhide should be the same as they were in Fedora 14.
 

Latest revision as of 19:52, 21 January 2011


Description

This test case tests if network interface names in Fedora 28 remain the same after upgrading to Fedora 29 (or Rawhide).

Setup

  1. Install Fedora 28 on your system.

How to test

  1. Inspect the network interface names on Fedora 14 using the command: ls /sys/class/net/
  2. Upgrade to the next Fedora release and boot into the upgraded system. If Fedora 29 is not available, Rawhide may be used instead.
  3. Once again, inspect the interface names using the command: ls /sys/class/net/

Expected Results

  1. Network interface names in Fedora Rawhide should be the same as they were in Fedora 14. Sample expected output is listed below.
# ls /sys/class/net/
eth0  eth1  eth2  eth3  eth4  eth5  lo