On 11/29/18 8:57 AM, Andrey Ponomarenko wrote:
database has been divided recently into a set of databases, one
per each Linux distro. The one for Fedora is available at:
Everyone can contribute to the database with the help of
(various packages are available: AppImage, Snap,
Flatpak, Docker, RPM, etc.). The tool is intended to simplify collecting of hardware info
and logs necessary for investigating hardware related problems. You need to execute only
one simple command to collect all system logs at once:
sudo hw-probe -all -upload
Hardware failures are highlighted in the collected logs (important SMART attributes,
errors in dmesg and xorg.log, etc.). Also it's handy to search for particular hardware
configurations in the community and review errors in logs to check operability of devices
on board (for some devices this is done automatically by hw-probe — see statuses of
devices in your probe).
There has been a desire to replace the old Fedora hardware database
(which is no longer online) with something new, and this seems to cover
a lot of what we want. It'd be great to be able to collaborate on this.
I poked around the client code a bit, but I can't find the server-side
repositories. Are those available somewhere and I'm just missing them?