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== Test Results ==
 
== Test Results ==
=== Workstation ===
 
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| [[User:Jack|Jack]]
 
| Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
 
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| Fujitsu Esprimo Q957
 
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| Intel Comput Stick 2GB
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Dash to Dock remove</ref>
 
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| virtual box
 
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| [[User:amato|amato]]
 
| Thinkpad X1 Carbon 5th
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>Download progress bar appeared, but did not fill up.</ref>
 
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| [[User:bt0dotninja|bt0dotninja]]
 
| DELL Precision 7110 core i7 vPro 
 
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| [[User:goodmirek|goodmirek]]
 
| Bare metal x86_64, Dell N5110, FC28 with multiple desktop environments
 
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>I have eventually found that my system is affected by an issue looking similar to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1652806. The system is most probably experiencing the issue because it was initially installed as FC21. After running `grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg` the boot entries disappeared completely and system could start only after manually entering linux and initrd commands in grub shell. File /boot/grub2/i386-pc/increment.mod did not exist. Command `grub2-install /dev/sda` fixed the issue.</ref>{{result|pass}}<ref>Issue reported before was caused by disabling of the weak dependencies. Credits and huge thanks to jmracek for spotting that and helping me on Saturday morning. The whole offline upgrade process passed without any issue, I have inspected also `dnf system-upgrade log` logfile. However, another issue occurred - a newly installed FC30 kernel was not available for booting, only the old FC28 kernels. The package kernel-5.0.9-301 was installed, but content of /boot/grub2/grub.cfg was not updated.
 
As I was not able to reproduce the issue with fresh installation of FC28 in VM, I am not going to create a Bugzilla bug.</ref>{{result|fail}}<ref>Download and transaction check/test went fine, but during the offline upgrade phase, after reboot invoked by:
 
`dnf system-upgrade reboot`
 
I got invalid checksum reported for some packages and the upgrade failed. I retried, after cleaning up with `dnf system-upgrade clean` and `dnf clean all`, with the same result.
 
I do not know where to find the upgrade log to post it into Bugzilla, so I have next to nothing for creating a bug. The screen with the errors disappeared in a few seconds, as the normal boot proceeded after upgrade failure.</ref>
 
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| [[User:goodmirek|goodmirek]]
 
| Bare metal x86_64, Dell XPS M1330, proprietary binary blob needed for WiFi model Broadcom Limited BCM4321 802.11a/b/g/n (rev 03), Fedora 27 Xfce spin
 
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>I met with three issues and was able to workaround all of them.
 
1. newt package required adding  --best --allowerasing options to dnf command line.
 
2. I had to manually add FC30 GPG key.
 
3. Transaction check error: python3-schedutils conflicts with file from package python-schedutils
 
 
Details of the errors here: https://paste.fedoraproject.org/paste/Ukwpy8asunXRjCRT1xjAVw</ref>
 
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| [[User:goodmirek|goodmirek]]
 
| Bare metal x86_64, model HP850G4, GUI workstation
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>I have upgraded on April 22, 2019. I have multiple desktop environments installed on this host. I mostly use KDE, sometimes Gnome, rarely i3 and mate. I had to remove *fedora-release-matecompiz* package, as transaction test reported a conflict. I did it with the next command and then the upgrade passed smoothly:
 
`sudo dnf remove fedora-release-matecompiz`
 
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| dell dimension e350
 
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>had an issue getting it to upgrade with runlevel 3 set (its my guinnea pig machine that i xrdp and ssh to) but it worked as soon as i set it back to 5</ref>
 
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| [[User:kpfleming|kpfleming]]
 
| Intel NUC8i5BE (headless, GNOME over VNC)
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Smooth upgrade, no issues found so far.</ref>
 
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| [[User:mharpau|mharpau]]
 
| Boxes VM on T480s
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Smooth upgrade</ref>
 
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| [[User:nielsenb|nielsenb]]
 
| Compaq 8510w BIOS Intel T9300 AMD RV630
 
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| [[User:pablo|pablo]]
 
| Thinkpad T470s
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>Download progress bar appeared, but did not fill up. Top bar month does not conform to locale (FI), although the week day and time does. Calendar shows month translation correctly.</ref>
 
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| [[User:relu|relu]]
 
| Virtualbox
 
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| {{result|pass}}<ref>No issues</ref>
 
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| [[User:stevko|stevko]]
 
| HP EliteBook 840 G3
 
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| [[User:urish|urish]]
 
| Dell XPS 3650 with D docketing station, F29 GNOME
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Smooth upgrade. Issues with thunderbolt docking station and thunderbolt cable that needed to be manually removed and authorized.
 
 
Firefox wayland mostly fine, though artifacts show when dragged quickly over desktop, also bookmarks dialing boxes seem to  tear of and lists of folder when choosing a location store a bookmark are not expandable.  </ref>
 
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=== Server ===
 
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! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_upgrade_dnf_current_server dnf current]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_upgrade_dnf_previous_server dnf previous]
 
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| [[User:celxius|celxius]]
 
| Fedora 29 64-bit VM on VMware Workstation with 2GB RAM
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>expected results were observed:  upgrade tool completed without errors, upgrade process completed and rebooted without user assistance, server booted up using the new release (fedora 30) and without errors.</ref>
 
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| [[User:dyaffe|dyaffe]]
 
| 1) ESXi running on a Mac Mini Server, Core i7-2615 (4GB RAM 2vCPUs)2) Generic Core i7-6700K (z170 Chipset/32GB RAM/2 x 256GB SSD RAID0/4x2GB Sata HDD on LSI SAS2004)
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>1 Mac Mini Server is a FreeIPA replica with DNS, and DCHP server. Ran ipa-server-upgrade. No issues.
 
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| [[User:dyaffe|dyaffe]]
 
| ESXi running on a Mac Mini Server, Core i7-2615 (4GB RAM 2vCPUs)
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Server is a FreeIPA replica with DNS, and DCHP server. Ran ipa-server-upgrade. No issues. </ref>
 
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| [[User:szydell|szydell]]
 
| Virtualbox 6.0.6 -> Fedora KDE 29 -> System76 Oryx Pro (oryp4), i7-8750H, 32GB ram
 
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| {{result|fail}}<ref>" The upgrade process should complete and reboot without user assistance." -> FAILED
 
After the upgrade system stuck on [ OK ] Started Login Service (https://i.postimg.cc/5NMVNMC2/Screenshot-20190426-002515.png)</ref>
 
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=== KDE ===
 
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! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_upgrade_dnf_current_kde dnf current]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_upgrade_dnf_previous_kde dnf previous]
 
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| [[User:mroche|mroche]]
 
| VMWare Workstation 15 Player on Windows 10 :: Fedora KDE 29 :: 12GB RAM :: 120GB HDD :: 6 cores (i7-4710HQ) :: MSI GS70 Stealth Pro 2QE
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>Error-ed on the first pass before downloading due to RPM Fusion F29 repos being enabled. Disabling them solved the problem. About 20 problems were printed related to module systems not pointing to the right locations, but they don't seem to have affected anything (I also don't have any module streams activated). Everything seems to be working smoothly so far.</ref>
 
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| [[User:ozeszty|ozeszty]]
 
| AMD Phenom II + R7 250 on AMDGPU driver
 
| {{result|pass}}<ref>No issues spotted after running dnf system-upgrade download --releasever=30 --setopt='module_platform_id=platform:f30' --enablerepo=*testing</ref>
 
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| [[User:szydell|szydell]]
 
| Virtualbox 6.0.6 -> Fedora KDE 29 -> System76 Oryx Pro (oryp4), i7-8750H, 32GB ram
 
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>"Once the upgrade process has completed, the system should reboot and an option to boot the new release should be on the grub menu" -> Failed
 
In the grub boot menu, there is no new info about the upgrade. F28 is only listed.
 
But F30 is started and working good.</ref>
 
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=== Spins ===
 
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! [http://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=QA:Testcase_upgrade_gnome-software_current&redirect=no graphical upgrade]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=QA:Testcase_dnf_current_upgrade&redirect=no dnf upgrade current]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=QA:Testcase_dnf_previous_upgrade&redirect=no dnf upgrade prev]
 
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| [[User:ozeszty|ozeszty]]
 
| Cinnamon Spin, Dell OptiPlex 780, latest BIOS, dualbooting with Windows 7
 
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| {{result|warn}}<ref>{{bz|1703373}} After fixing /etc/default/grub, no regressions spotted. Upgrade script output at the end of bug 1703373.</ref>
 
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=== Minimal ===
 
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! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_upgrade_dnf_previous_minimal dnf previous]
 
! [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_upgrade_dnf_current_minimal dnf current]
 
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