Upgrade testing contradiction (update-manager -d -c)

Richard Elkins richard.elkins at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 15:08:14 UTC 2014

It wasn't a question about the test case.

On 01/30/2014 07:03 AM, Elfy wrote:
> On 30/01/14 09:36, Richard Elkins wrote:
>> I am not sure if this would be classified as a bug in update-manager
>> version 1:0.194 (Saucy) or an annoying feature.
>> In *12.04.02 LTS*, when I ran `update-manager -d -c`, whether updates
>> to the current release are pending or not, I was presented with the
>> option of selecting the release upgrade to 14.04.  In affect, the
>> pending 12.04.03 updates were ignored.
>> In *13.10*, there is no way to ignore pending updates while running
>> `update-manager -d -c`.  The user will not be notified of the 14.04
>> release until all updates have been installed.
>> So ..... bug or feature?
> Reading the first instruction in the testcase which includes
> update-manager -d -c
> Install all updates available for the release you want to upgrade by
> running update-manager. Click Check if any update is available, and
> click Install to install them
> -- 
> Ubuntu Forum Council Member
> Xubuntu QA Lead

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