Allright, fair enough. Thanks for this feedback, I will adjust my
Any tips maybe how to get the selinux-policy fixed for Zabbix in F24 though?
Op 18-09-16 om 10:35 schreef Adam Williamson:
> On Fri, 2016-09-16 at 23:18 +0200, Erik Logtenberg wrote:
>> On a side note, I am still puzzled that this package is non-functional
>> in Fedora. Volker said he couldn't test on all Fedora releases, but is
>> it not basic Fedora QA policy to at the very least test if a package
>> actually runs on the current release with default settings?
> No. We don't systematically test all packages in the distribution,
> there are far too many. Anyone giving positive karma on an update
> should at least check it basically worked, but the last zabbix update
> was not tested by anyone, it was pushed stable without feedback after
> the minimum wait period expired.
>> I suppose such a basic test could even be automated relatively simply.
> Not...really, no. There are thousands of packages in the distribution.
> Not all of them provide something you can 'run', exactly. Of the ones
> that do, there is no particular single way you can test if they 'ran
> OK'. Humans are good at this. Robots aren't.
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