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action #120708

Update the default target of HA autoyast profile to make it flexible

Added by leli 2 months ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

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New
Priority:
Normal
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Target version:
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Start date:
2022-11-18
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Description

Motivation

We observe the current HA profile hardcode the default target as graphic but this is not what we expected( textmode, the target should be 'multi user' )

graphical

Besides, there are some x11 specific packages are installed:
yast2-x11
...
xorg-x11-fonts
xorg-x11-Xvnc

We'd better to make this flexible to make the default target and packages set depend on setting of 'DESKTOP'.

ToDo to fix this

Update the profile to set default target and packages depend on setting of 'DESKTOP'.

Acceptance criteria

AC1: Update the HA autoyast with flexible default target


Related issues

Related to qe-yam - action #120444: Revisit wrong settings for HA migrationsResolved2022-11-15

History

#1 Updated by JERiveraMoya about 2 months ago

@lemon I think we are making those AutoYaST profile too complicated with so many conditions.
Let's just set multi-user and fix those package, it is not expected other desktop in HA other than textmode afik.
Isn't this what we covered here? https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/120444
Perhaps we could just add to that other ticket.

#2 Updated by JERiveraMoya about 2 months ago

  • Related to action #120444: Revisit wrong settings for HA migrations added

#3 Updated by JERiveraMoya about 2 months ago

  • Tags deleted (qe-yam-refinement)

#4 Updated by leli about 1 month ago

JERiveraMoya wrote:

@lemon I think we are making those AutoYaST profile too complicated with so many conditions.
Let's just set multi-user and fix those package, it is not expected other desktop in HA other than textmode afik.
Isn't this what we covered here? https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/120444
Perhaps we could just add to that other ticket.

For these HA standalone we only test textmode, so the poo#120444 is ok.

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