On Wed, 2016-01-20 at 03:53 -0500, Kamil Paral wrote:
> Hi, folks! I'm working through some criteria issues that
came up during
> F23 validation.
> Here's one: a few times, we hit issues on live images which would have
> been violations of the 'post-install' release criteria, except those
> are explicitly for 'installed' systems. We generally felt that the
> relevant 'post-install' criteria should also apply to live boots.
> Here's a top-level idea for handling that:
> 1. Rename the 'Post-install requirements' section on each criteria page
> to 'Post-deployment and live requirements'
> 2. Add some text at the top of the section explaining the general idea:
> the requirements in the section apply to installed systems, 'appliance'
> environments like the cloud images, *and* live environments, where
> 3. Adjust the wording of each individual criterion in the sections,
> where appropriate. Just to give an example:
> "Unless explicitly specified otherwise, after system installation
> SELinux must be enabled and in enforcing mode."
> would become something like:
> "Unless explicitly specified otherwise, SELinux must be enabled and in
> enforcing mode in live environments and after system installation."
> Does this general approach sound good? If so, I'll post some drafts
> later in the week. Thanks!
But in the SELinux case, I think anaconda disables SELinux even on
Live, so it might need some clarification.
It does, but I'm not sure that's worth mentioning in the criterion, and
really I was just trying to give a sample of the wording changes that
would happen, not be super precise. If we're gonna mention that I'd do
it in a footnote. (It only sets Permissive mode while it's actually
running, it restores Enforcing on quit, IIRC).
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