On 01/22/2014 05:53 PM, Jan Stancek wrote:
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> From: "Nick Coghlan" <ncoghlan(a)redhat.com>
> To: "beaker-devel" <beaker-devel(a)lists.fedorahosted.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, 22 January, 2014 2:50:20 AM
> Subject: [Beaker-devel] Faster detection of failed Anaconda installs merged
> Another one from the "notable merges" files is Dan Callaghan's changes
> to add the ability to automatically detect installer failures from the
> console log output and abort the recipe immediately rather than waiting
> for the external watch dog to time out:
> This feature will be part of the upcoming 0.15.3 release, and should
> result in faster feedback cycles for anyone working on installer issues,
> as well as reducing the time consumed on systems when attempting to test
> against trees that contain a broken installer version.
is there some option to turn this off? For example, if I want to have enough
time to /get core/try debug/.../ on failed installation.
Something like: <watchdog install="ignore">
Yes, there is. For the initial implementation, we have just hooked it up
to the same flag as panic detection (i.e. ignoring panics also ignores
installation failures), since that allows us to avoid changing the
database schema (and thus add the feature earlier than we otherwise could).
We don't think that's a particularly good long term approach though, so
we do plan to give it a dedicated flag of its own
) at some point
(probably in 0.16).
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