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Revision as of 10:41, 5 May 2016

{{QA/Test_Case |description=The test is to make sure that Journal gets written to disk. |setup=This to test in Atomic Image and Base Image. |actions= Be as specific as required for the target audience.

  1. ssh into an instance.
  2. Next we will reboot the image.
 $ sudo reboot

3. Now we will find that PID of systemd-journald.

 $ systemctl show systemd-journald.service -p MainPID

4. Finally we will check whether journal gets written to disk or not.

  $ sudo ls -l /proc/<MainPID>/fd/ | grep journal

|results= The following must be true to consider this a successful test run.

  1. Step #1 You should be able to login to an instance.
  2. Step #2 will reboot the instance.
  3. Step #3 will return MainPID of journald like this:
  $ systemctl show systemd-journald.service -p MainPID
  MainPID=511

4. Step #4 will return the details like this:

   $ sudo ls -l /proc/511/fd/ | grep journal
   lrwx------. 1 root root 64 May  5 15:18 14 -> /var/log/journal/91ae08310c634d7b94c8dadfc3a4cd3d/system.journal
   lrwx------. 1 root root 64 May  5 15:18 73 -> /var/log/journal/91ae08310c634d7b94c8dadfc3a4cd3d/user-1000.journal