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* Enough free space on HDD
 
* Enough free space on HDD
  
== How to download? ==
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== How to test? ==
 
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=== Run the tests ===
Visit the [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Results:Fedora_30_Beta_1.4_Installation?rd=Test_Results:Current_Installation_Testresult page]
 
 
 
== How to tests ==
 
 
 
==Run the tests ==
 
  
 
Visit the [http://testdays.fedorainfracloud.org/events/61 result page] and click on the column title links to see the tests that need to be run: most column titles are links to a specific test case. Follow the instructions there, then enter your results by clicking the ''Enter result'' button for the test.
 
Visit the [http://testdays.fedorainfracloud.org/events/61 result page] and click on the column title links to see the tests that need to be run: most column titles are links to a specific test case. Follow the instructions there, then enter your results by clicking the ''Enter result'' button for the test.
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== Reporting bugs ==
 
== Reporting bugs ==
  
If you have problems with any of the tests, have a look at the list of reported bugs in the [http://testdays.fedorainfracloud.org/events/61 results page]. If you don't see it, please file a new bug to [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?product=Fedora%20Modules Bugzilla], probably against <code>Fedora Modules</code> component. If you are unsure about exactly how to file the report or what other information to include, just ask on IRC #fedora-test-day or #fedora-qa and we will help you.
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If you have problems with any of the tests, have a look at the list of reported bugs in the [http://testdays.fedorainfracloud.org/events/xx results page]. If you don't see it, please file a new bug to [https://bugzilla.redhat.com Bugzilla], probably against <code>fedora-modular-server</code> component. If you are unsure about exactly how to file the report or what other information to include, just ask on IRC #fedora-test-day or #fedora-qa and we will help you.
  
 
== Test Results ==
 
== Test Results ==
=== Basic Test ===
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! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Lruzicka/Testcase_switch_stream Switch a module stream]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Lruzicka/Testcase_remove_module Remove a module]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Modularity_enable-disable_module Enable and disable a module]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Lruzicka/Testcase_modular_update Update/upgrade a modular system]
 
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| Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU T7100 @ 1.80GHz × 2 Version 3.32.0  64-bit JUSB 59Gi Sandisk
 
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| MacBook Pro Mojave 10.14.3 + VirtualBox 5.2.20 + Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-30_Beta-1.7
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>I also tested optional parts (--enabled, --installed, --all, etc. switches), all passed.</ref>
 
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| notebook ASUS x550C  - Fedora 29 + boxes 3.30.3-2.fc29 with Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-30_Beta-1
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Update - the command --installed is not working,installed modules are not showing up,the other commands are working fine</ref>{{result|pass}}<ref>I also tested optional parts (--enabled, --installed, --all), all passed. </ref>
 
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I installed the ant, octave and perl modules, only the ant appears when we use --enabled but does not appear in --installed, the other two modules do not appear, when we check the packets only the ant and octave are in the same version reported in the module .</ref>{{result|fail}}<ref>
 
I installed the ant, octave and perl modules, only the ant appears when we use --enabled and --installed, the other two modules do not appear, when we check the packages only the ant and the octave are in the same version reported in the module.</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>In step 2, no module appears in the --installed</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>In step 2 no module appears in the --installed, I tried to remove the ant module and I received the following msg "Unable to match profile in argument ant"</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>Tested version is Fedora 30. Fedora 29 is used for virtualization. Both are Workstation editions.</ref>
 
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| Fedora Beta 30, RC 1.7, libvirt
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>{{bz|1692700}} I have tested the installation for the following modules: mariadb 10.3, bat, django, and ruby. Except ruby, everything worked, ruby has broken dependencies, so I am going to file a bug for it.</ref>
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>The mechanisms work fine, but with some packages, that don't have a default profile defined, you have to use the "module:stream/profile" definition to actually install the module (or switch a stream), otherwise it only enables the module and nothing will be installed.</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>I made a mistake when I was upgrading the system previously. With installed modules, you have use a different --setopt='module_platform_id=platform:f30' with the download command.</ref>{{result|fail}}<ref>An installed module, postgresql 9.6, was upgraded to version 11, which is against modularity principles. The situation is currently being investigated and I am going to file a bug when I have more info.</ref>
 
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| Fedora-KDE-Live-x86_64-30_Beta-1.4
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>test</ref>{{result|fail}}<ref>I did a test with docker and kubernetes. With docker using command 'sudo dnf module install docker' returns the error "broken groups or modules: docker Modular dependency problems: Problem: conflicting requests: - nothing provides module(platform:f29) needed by module docker:2017.0:20180409180031:3ff668f0-0.x86_64  - nothing provides module(container-tools:2017.0) needed by module docker:2017.0:20180409180031:3ff668f0-0.x86_64"
 
With kubernetes using command 'sudo dnf module install kubernetes' return the error "Cannot enable more streams from module 'kubernetes' at the same time Unable to resolve argument kubernetes Error: Problems in request: broken groups or modules: kubernetes".
 
Then I used the command 'sudo dnf module install kubernetes:1.10'  and installed it successfully, but only appears in the list of enabled (--enabled), in the list of installed (--installed) nothing appears.
 
I also tried installing kubernetes with the openshift-3.10 stream, using the 'sudo dnf module install kubernetes:openshift-3.10' command. But the error returned: "No default profiles for module kubernetes:openshift-3.10 The operation would result in switching of module 'kubernetes' stream 1.10' to stream 'openshift-3.10' Error: It is not possible to switch enabled streams of a module. It is recommended to remove all installed content from the module, and reset the module using 'dnf module reset <module_name>' command. After you reset the module, you can install the other stream."
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>Tested: gimp, dwm, fish</ref>
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Tested with gimp, scala</ref>
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Tested with gimp, nodejs, scala, ruby</ref>
 
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| Fedora-Xfce-Live-x86_64-30_Beta-1.4.iso
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref> "Default profile" field is missing for multiple modules. For example: perl; swig; docker; mysql </ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Test2 - [Module install] - step 6: "Check that packages were really installed rpm -qa <module>" rpm -qa django doesn't print anything. However, rpm -qa | grep django prints two packages. This testcase probably needs update. </ref>
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>"Default profile" field is missing for multiple modules. For example: perl; swig; docker; mysql</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Test2 - [Module install] - step 6: "Check that packages were really installed rpm -qa <module>"  rpm -qa django doesn't print anything. However, rpm -qa | grep django prints two packages. This testcase probably needs update.</ref>
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>Default profile missing for:
 
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- openmpi
 
- postgresql
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>Tested docker (2017.0), golang (1.10), gimp (2.10), nodejs:11 and mysql:5.7/client
 
 
 
Installation of docker failed, nothing provides module(platform:f29) and module(container-tools:2017.0).
 
 
 
Other results where as expected.</ref>
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>Including optional reset</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>"module:stream is enabled / disabled" confirmations were not shown.</ref>
 
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| Fedora 29 Workstation, System76 Kudu Professional Intel i7 4700MQ
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>posgresql does not have a default profile.  "dnf install module django" runs properly and installs packages, but "rpm -qa django" returns nothing.  Expected Result #5: "If the module was an application or a service, it should attempt to start" was not satisfied for postgresql or mariadb, "systemctl status posgresql" and "systemctl status mariadb" both showed the services as disabled.</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Initially installed mariadb/10.3/server, then removed. After that, mariadb/10.1/server fails to install with "nothing provides module(platform:f29) needed by module mariadb:10.1:20180418185803:6c81f848-0.x86_64". Trying to install mariadb/10.4/server fails with "nothing provides libwsrep-lib.so()(64bit) needed by maria-server-3:10.4.2-1.beta.module_f30+2924+d4dbc42b.x86_64" and "nothing provides libwsrep_api_v26.so()(64bit) needed by maria-server-3:10.4.2-1.beta.module_f30+2924+d4dbc42b.x86_64".
 
 
 
Changing module stream for postgresql (11 to 10) worked properly.</ref>
 
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| Fedora 30 b1.7 -> Virtualbox 6.0.4 -> Fedora KDE 29 -> System76 Oryx Pro (oryp4), i7-8750H, 32GB ram
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>{{bz|1692799}} {{bz|1692802}} {{bz|1692805}} Packages with empty Profiles list or without the default Profile: libgit2, lizardfs, mariadb, minetest, openmpi, perl-bootstrap, postgresql, rawtherapee.</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>dnf module install mysql:5.6 does not install packages, only enables module.</ref>
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>When you enable the module (:stream), a confirmation "module:stream is enabled" does not appear. There is only 'Complete!' info.
 
Same situation with disabling. Tested with perl:5.26
 
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| Fedora KDE 29 -> System76 Oryx Pro (oryp4), i7-8750H, 32GB ram
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>Expected results, point 6: Using dnf module install <module>:<stream> should be enough to install every module.
 
Using that command only enables module in given stream (tested on pki:10.6, mariadb:10.4 and perl:5.26). Packages are not installed. When tried to install adding /default, there are errors related to dependencies. It looks like those 3 modules are broken. When tried the same on mariadb:10.1, it worked OK.</ref>
 
| {{result|fail}}<ref>Started with installed 'postgresql:11'.
 
Removal: OK
 
Reset: OK
 
Installation of the 'postgresql:10': failed. It only enabled module, no packages were installed.</ref>
 
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