On Fri, 2020-04-03 at 14:58 +0200, Normand wrote:
On 4/3/20 2:52 PM, Normand wrote:
> Hello Adam,
> I identified two tests that randomly failed on
> We do not have such problem in our IBM intranet openQA.
> So I am wondering if difference could be related to
> configuration/software versions differences of P9 hosts.
> Our P9 is installed with f31, but no updates since 03/17
> $rpm -qa |grep -iE ^'kernel-header|qemu-kvm|slof' |sort
Oops above if for openQA server, the P9 is:
> From last autoinst-log.txt and serial0.txt it seems you have same slof
> older kernel and specific qemu.
> Do you have other specific changes ?
> Linux 5.3.16-300.fc31.ppc64le
> SLOF release 20191022
Sorry, I forgot to reply to this mail.
Currently all the workers are booted to 5.3.16-300.fc31.ppc64le and
have SLOF-0.1.git20191022-1.fc32.noarch and
qemu-4.2.0-1.fc31.infra.ppc64le . As the package name implies, that's
an infra build (there's a special repo on the Fedora infra boxes with a
few 'side builds', I can't recall why we have qemu 4.2.0 on f31, but we
do). I think I updated SLOF because the newer qemu requires a newer
I can update the kernels and reboot the boxes to see if that helps
anything, changing qemu and SLOF might be a bit trickier...
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