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=== How to test? ===
 
=== How to test? ===
  
Click on the Test Case number in Test Cases and Results below.
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1) '''update your machine to latest rawhide'''
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    tip: yum-skipbroken may come in handy in case there are broken deps
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    <nowiki>yum --skipbroken update</nowiki>
  
Follow the instructions given there and report on the table how the testing went.
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2) '''install bootchart'''
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    <nowiki>yum install bootchart</nowiki>
  
Repeat for each Test Case number.
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3) '''Make sure the kernel you're about to boot has init set to bootchart.'''
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    Open /boot/grub/menu.lst and check there's <nowiki>init=/sbin/bootchartd</nowiki> on the kernel command line
  
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4) '''Reboot'''
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5) Run <nowiki>bootchart</nowiki> on the command line which should create an output image - bootchart.svn
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6) If you already haven't done so, upload your hardware profile, either via smoltSendProfile or smoltGui for GUI.
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7) Upload your bootchart along with your link to your profile. Where? TBD
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Booting with specific services - TBD
  
 
=== Test Cases and Results ===
 
=== Test Cases and Results ===
  
 
Coming soon
 
Coming soon

Revision as of 14:39, 16 February 2009

DATE TIME WHERE
Thu February 19, 2009 From 12:00 to 20:00 UTC (7am -> 3pm ET) #fedora-qa)


What to test?

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

Who's available

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

Prerequisite for Test Day

  • Rawhide Fully updated
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no animals will be hurt during testing


How to test?

1) update your machine to latest rawhide
   tip: yum-skipbroken may come in handy in case there are broken deps
   yum --skipbroken update
2) install bootchart
   yum install bootchart
3) Make sure the kernel you're about to boot has init set to bootchart.
   Open /boot/grub/menu.lst and check there's init=/sbin/bootchartd on the kernel command line
4) Reboot
5) Run bootchart on the command line which should create an output image - bootchart.svn
6) If you already haven't done so, upload your hardware profile, either via smoltSendProfile or smoltGui for GUI.
   
7) Upload your bootchart along with your link to your profile. Where? TBD

Booting with specific services - TBD

Test Cases and Results

Coming soon