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Re: [atomic-devel] atomic install/run cockpit does not work on atomic-ws

On 03/29/2018 12:34 PM, Muayyad AlSadi wrote:
 > rpm-ostree upgrade --check

it gives me,

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ERROR:src/app/rpmostree-dbus-helpers.c:1362:rpmostree_print_cached_update: assertion failed: (g_variant_dict_lookup (&dict, "ref-has-new-commit", "b", &is_new_checksum))
Aborted (core dumped)

This looks like:


You can work around it like so:

"In the meantime, you can work around this by setting AutomaticUpdatePolicy in /etc/rpm-ostreed.conf to check (see rpm-ostreed.conf(5)). If you don't have the timer running, no checks will actually be performed in the background."

while "rpm-ostree upgrade" works fine, but I guess it's too much ~200MB, we are supposed to get deltas aren't we?

We have deltas for Fedora Atomic Host, but not for Atomic Workstation.

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On Tue, Mar 27, 2018 at 3:59 PM, Matthias Clasen <mclasen redhat com <mailto:mclasen redhat com>> wrote:

        what is the command line that check for updates without applying
        the update? and list pending updates?
        is it pull?

    rpm-ostree upgrade --check

        when an update came to atomic ws, it removed those (picture
        inlined, look at removals: 10 packages)

        is there a way to carry those newly installed packages from the
        current layer into the updae?

        rpm-ostree has all needed information to do this.

        it knows they were added in the past
        it knows they are still missing in the update
        it knows how to merge (or rebase) them

    rpm-ostree upgrade does that - it keeps the exiting layer in place.

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