Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 225438
HTS: "hts plan" won't detect usb device (CDROM, key, etc)
Last modified: 2008-07-16 17:56:46 EDT
Description of problem:
When running hts plan on the system with usb cdrom attached, the hts won't
detect usb cdrom to have cdrom test in the test list.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
rhel5 hts version 21
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install rhel5 RC snapshot 7 with Virtualization capability onto system under
test with usb cdrom drive attached.
2. Install HTS R21 + dependents.
3. On system under test ----> hts plan ----> hts certify ---> no cdrom test
Actual results: no cdrom test for usb cdrom
Expected results: to have usb cdrom as rhel4 rhr2 test suite
"hts plan" didn't detect USB key(s) also. HTS R22 did the same.
please run "hal-device > hal.txt" with the cdrom plugged in and
attach the results.
Also, what type of device is the USB "key"? Flash memory?
Created attachment 147474 [details]
hal-device output with USB CDROM plugin
Created attachment 147476 [details]
hal-device output with USB key plugin
what type of device is the USB "key"? Flash memory? => Yes, I think so.
Was the memory device plugged in when "hts plan" was run?
Note that you may need to remove the old plan and results first
so that hts creates a new one.
After I "rm -f /var/hts/*", and rerun "hts plan", "hts print" sees USB device.
I think this issue resolved.