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karma

Verified on CentOS 8

BZ#1927314 snapd-2.49 is available
BZ#1927432 snapd: Access restriction could be bypassed by container management snaps [epel-all]
karma

Verified on CentOS 7

BZ#1927314 snapd-2.49 is available
BZ#1927432 snapd: Access restriction could be bypassed by container management snaps [epel-all]
BZ#1927314 snapd-2.49 is available
BZ#1927431 snapd: Access restriction could be bypassed by container management snaps [fedora-all]
BZ#1927314 snapd-2.49 is available
BZ#1927431 snapd: Access restriction could be bypassed by container management snaps [fedora-all]
karma

LGTM

BZ#1897077 snapd-glib-1.58 is available
BZ#1899700 snapd-2.48.2 is available
karma

LGTM

BZ#1897077 snapd-glib-1.58 is available
BZ#1899700 snapd-2.48.2 is available
karma

Verified on CentOS 7

BZ#1897077 snapd-glib-1.58 is available
BZ#1899700 snapd-2.48.2 is available
BZ#1897077 snapd-glib-1.58 is available
karma

Works for me on CentOS 8

BZ#1899700 snapd-2.48.2 is available
karma

FIled https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1888912 for systemd, otherwise the snapd update LGTM.

BZ#1872528 snapd-2.47.1 is available
karma

Works for me.

BZ#1872528 snapd-2.47.1 is available
karma

The basics seem to work ok.

BZ#1872528 snapd-2.47.1 is available
karma

Verified on CentOS 8

karma

Verified on CentOS 7

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