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    • Thomas Haller's avatar
      adjust @ifcfg_compliant_with_kickstart test changing setting variables in ifcfg-rh files · 3fe47af5
      Thomas Haller authored
      When ifcfg-rh writer persists a connection profile to disk, it would
      first load the pre-existing file, modify it, and write it back.
      
      In particular, it aims to keep comments and newlines, the order of
      variables, and unknown variables.
      
      Until recently, when writing the profile NetworkManager would set the
      keys that make up the new profile, and explicitly clear some of the
      keys. Since [1] (1.23.1), NetworkManager will no longer explicitly clear
      any keys, instead, all (well known) keys that were not explicitly
      set will be cleared automatically.
      
      In this case, there is a change in behavior because the variable
      BOOTPROTO would no longer be preserved. Just don't check for that.
      
      You can see that previously the variable was unset, because it kept
      the single quotes BOOTPROTO='static'. Had NetworkManager touched the
      variable, it would have removed these quotes. But this variable was
      really bogus, it has no place in the profile as it is. It's good that
      we clear it now.
      
      Note that entirely unknown variables would still be preserved.
      
      [1] NetworkManager@07262b16
      3fe47af5
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    • Thomas Haller's avatar
      adjust tests after changes on NetworkManager master (due to ethtool) (#215) · e09b9673
      Thomas Haller authored
      * nmcli/vlan: adjust test for abbreviating connection setting as "eth"
      
      nmcli supports abbreviations. For example
      
        nmcli connection "$PROFILE" ethe.mtu 1500
        nmcli connection "$PROFILE" ethernet.mt 500
      
      This is allowed as long as the abbreviation is unambigious.
      As also explained in `man nmcli`:
      
        NOTES
          nmcli accepts abbreviations, as long as they are a unique prefix in the
          set of possible options. As new options get added, these abbreviations
          are not guaranteed to stay unique. For scripting and long term
          compatibility it is therefore strongly advised to spell out the full
          option names.
      
      Anyway, with rh#1335409, we added a new setting "ethtool", hence
      the abbreviation "eth" is no longer unambigious:
      
        $ nmcli connection "$PROFILE" eth.mtu 1500
        Error: invalid or not allowed setting 'eth': 'eth' is ambiguous: ethernet, ethtool.
      
      While such change in behavior is annoying and possibly problematic,
      we do them. I personally think, abbreviations are evil and we should
      have never used them. But as we have them, it seems better to fail
      in face of ambiguity, instead of continuing to resolve "eth" as "ethernet".
      
      Sidenote: `nmcli device s` has no problem with the ambiguity and
      resolves to "status", instead of "set" or "show".
      
      * nmcli/vpn: adjust @vpn_describe test for change in "describe" output
      
      With commit [1], the order in which properties are listed in
      edit mode's "describe" changed.
      
      Adjust the test, to make it independent of the order.
      
      [1] https://cgit.freedesktop.org/NetworkManager/NetworkManager/commit/?id=d70dcb16da42edcc8541f3816c45c181cd1d6947
      
      * nmcli/connection: avoid test failure for "connection_describe"
      
      I don't know why, for some reason this started failing
      with changes from ethtool branch. The previous version
      should still pass, but it doesn't for unknown reasons.
      
      I give up and reduce the test to something simpler that
      passes.
      e09b9673
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    • Vladimír Beneš's avatar
      Devel/vb/str bits (#169) · e9529647
      Vladimír Beneš authored
      * STR: add two scripts to run in STR system
      
      * STR: fix typo
      
      * STR: add executable bits to test1 and test2 scripts
      
      * STR: few more fixes around bond
      
      * STR: fix one more typo and skip slow teamd test
      
      * STR: add one more level of logging and log also cleanup
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