Bug 244504 - Fedora kmod configuration missing
Fedora kmod configuration missing
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: fedora-package-config-smart (Show other bugs)
All Linux
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Assigned To: Axel Thimm
Fedora Extras Quality Assurance
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Reported: 2007-06-16 06:13 EDT by Ville Skyttä
Modified: 2008-06-16 21:37 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2008-06-16 21:37:10 EDT
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/etc/smart/distro.d/fedora.py (408 bytes, text/plain)
2007-06-16 06:13 EDT, Ville Skyttä
no flags Details
results of yum update (5.85 KB, text/plain)
2007-11-16 13:08 EST, Landon Kelsey
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Description Ville Skyttä 2007-06-16 06:13:46 EDT
fedora-package-config-smart is missing configuration for the kmod packages
shipped in Fedora.  Also, at least the PAE-debug flavour is missing and there
are some obsolete entries as well as some non-Fedora ones.

To me it would make sense if this config was moved from the main smart package
to fedora-package-config-smart, and the kmod configs added, to
/etc/smart/distro.d/fedora.py (see attachment for a sample one).
Comment 1 Ville Skyttä 2007-06-16 06:13:46 EDT
Created attachment 157186 [details]
Comment 2 Ville Skyttä 2007-06-16 06:15:23 EDT
Oh, the one in comment 1 still contains some flavours not in Fedora, it could be
cleaned up a bit further.
Comment 3 Ville Skyttä 2007-08-02 14:19:23 EDT
Comment 4 Axel Thimm 2007-08-02 17:13:51 EDT
Wasn't the distro.d method invented for allowing kmods to drop in their config?

It just happens that we have only two kmods in Fedora (two too many IMHO ;), but
in theory smart needs to work with arbitrary scaling number of kmods. The method
you suggest would make me have to monitor kmod additions/removals and touch
smart on each such event.

Also making the kmods coinstallable fixes concurrent kernel support for the
price of no updates within a kernel, even the latest one. I'd rather see smart
behave properly with the latest kernel and kmods at least.
Comment 5 Ville Skyttä 2007-08-02 17:22:29 EDT
(In reply to comment #4)
> Wasn't the distro.d method invented for allowing kmods to drop in their 
> config?

No, it's there for 3rd party repos - for example you should ship an atrpms
snippet in it in let's say atrpms-release package (dunno if one exists) to
support things like suspend2 and tuxonice instead of shipping it in Fedora
configs.  Whereas stuff in Fedora should be supported by Fedora configs out of
the box.  Having kmods drop their snippets to distro.d is possible, but would
result in either them requiring smart or dir ownership bloat.
Comment 6 Landon Kelsey 2007-11-16 13:08:40 EST
Created attachment 261561 [details]
results of yum update

now getting far more info before yum terminates
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Comment 8 Bug Zapper 2008-06-16 21:37:09 EDT
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