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Re: [opensuse-factory] Update stack test build
  • From: Andreas Jaeger <aj@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 09:01:24 +0200
  • Message-id: <m3r72h2rsr.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxx>
"Rafael E. Herrera" <raffo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> To add quick observations after updating the update stack posted by Andreas.
>
> 1. The Yast2 online updater hanged while trying to download the updated
> packages (it stopped downloading one of the packages mid-way and just sat
> there for a while.) Killed the process, downloaded and installed the packages
> manually.

Not good.

> 2. After update, now the "Installation Source" panel shows all catalogs I
> test added before via rug, they did not show with the previous update stack.

Good.

> 3. Updating the causes one of the cpu cores to be used close to 100% by an
> "update-status" process. It completed in about 4 minutes. I've 4 online
> catalogs and one local.

4 minutes for update-status is long - we have to speed it up.

> 4. Loading the "Software Management" panel takes a couple of minutes and uses
> up to close to 100% cpu.

Please file a bug report with more information.

> 5. The installer now notifies of automatically selected packages for
> installation.
>
> 6. When you select the "changelog" of a package, it is not clear which one
> you are looking at, if there is a new version available, the installed one
> or the available one. Also, sometimes it takes a significant amount of
> time to load the changelog into the GUI. Try to load the changelog for
> the kernel-source package.

Might be worth a bugreport,

Thanks,
Andreas
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