Comments

25 Comments
karma

Checked on RHEL8 proper. LGTM

BZ#1844628 snapd-2.45.1 is available
karma

I've looked at automated test failure. Snapd requires squashfs, which is part of the kernel modules package. We did add the kernel-modules to extra packages installed during the test. However, the Ci image used 5.6.15-300.fc32.x86_64, and installing kernel-modules pulled in a newer kernel:

    Installed:
      kernel-core-5.6.19-300.fc32.x86_64    kernel-modules-5.6.19-300.fc32.x86_64

As a result, squashfs was only available for 5.6.19-300 rather than 5.6.15-300.

BZ#1844628 snapd-2.45.1 is available
karma

Tested on RHEL8.

BZ#1814552 snapd-2.45 is available
BZ#1814552 snapd-2.45 is available

Works for me. Was able to successfully build the latest snapd upstream.

BZ#1764123 Make the package available for Fedora 30
karma

Looks good. Haven't noticed any new cgroupv2 related regressions that aren't already known.

karma

Works fine on CentOS 7.7

karma

Installed some basic snaps. Then tried the LXD and launched a container under LXD. Things seem all right.

BZ#1744353 Request to package snapd for EPEL 8
karma

Everything seems in order

karma

Works for me. Thanks for the update!

BZ#1722957 snapd-2.41 is available
karma

Works for me. Thanks for the update!

BZ#1438079 snapd is incompatible with unified cgroup hierarchy
BZ#1722957 snapd-2.41 is available
karma

Works for me. Installing classic snaps with hooks (eg. multipass) is fixed too.

BZ#1717448 snapd-2.39.2 is available
karma

Installing classic snap hooks (eg. multipass) is fixed too.

BZ#1717448 snapd-2.39.2 is available
karma

Had to grab the packages directly from koji (mirrors weren't synced yet?). Works for me. Also fixes #1584461 whch we identified as a bug caused by snapd.

BZ#1708991 Failed to set up mount namespacing: Permission denied
BZ#1715505 snapd-2.39.1 is available
karma

Works for me

BZ#1708991 Failed to set up mount namespacing: Permission denied
BZ#1715505 snapd-2.39.1 is available
karma

Update generally functional. Installed some basic snaps & LXD.

#1660141 is still in effect, so after installing snapd-selinux, one has either to systemctl daemon-reexec or reboot.

BZ#1699087 snapd-2.39 is available
karma

Verified with CentOS 7.6. Installed some basic snaps & LXD. All in order

BZ#1699087 snapd-2.39 is available

Verified with the multi argument test case described in https://bugs.launchpad.net/snapd/+bug/1825052

BZ#1702169 seccomp argument filtering not working properly with libseccomp-golang 0.9.0
karma

Works for me. Basic snap operations work too.

$ rpm -qa \*snap\* | sort
snap-confine-2.38-1.fc29.x86_64
snapd-2.38-1.fc29.x86_64
snapd-glib-1.47-1.fc29.x86_64
snapd-selinux-2.38-1.fc29.noarch
BZ#1684347 snapd-glib-1.47 is available
BZ#1691296 snapd-2.38 is available
karma

Works for me

$ rpm -qa \*snap\*
snapd-selinux-2.38-1.el7.noarch
snapd-2.38-1.el7.x86_64
snapd-glib-1.47-1.el7.x86_64
snap-confine-2.38-1.el7.x86_64
BZ#1684347 snapd-glib-1.47 is available
BZ#1691296 snapd-2.38 is available