Hi, folks! I'm working through some criteria issues that came up
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