Hello Andrew, hello Community
Hello Qubes community,
I noticed since yesterday, that the icon, which indicates that updates are
available, never gets cleared on my system, although I obviously try to
launch the updater in a timely fashion - and - the operation succeeds …
Here’s the log from the latest attempt:
ID: dnf list updates --refresh >/dev/null
Comment: Command “dnf list updates --refresh >/dev/null” run
Duration: 8745.114 ms
Comment: Upgrade ran successfully
Duration: 24382.315 ms
Comment: Command “/usr/lib/qubes/upgrades-status-notify” run
Duration: 3878.256 ms
Summary for fedora-32
Succeeded: 3 (changed=2)
Total states run: 3
Total run time: 37.006 s
Does anyone have an explanation - or - a suggestion what else to try? - TIA!
This is probably:
In which case, it’s a known bug, and the fix is in current-testing.
Thanks for the link to this issue. - I’ll spend some time tomorrow reading it in detail & will report back here …
Yes, it looks like that this is / was most likely the reason for the ‘hickup’ on my system as well.
In the meantime the situation has changed however on my system again!
As I did report already initially I update my system in a timely fashion - and - continued to do so, even while waiting for an anwer / response related to “sudo dnf update --best --allowerasing” …
Today two more updates related to ‘fedora-32’ and ‘whonix-gw-15’ were performed …
Result: Update of template ‘whonix-gw-15’ succeeded immediately - and - the partial update of ‘fedora-32’ succeeded after multiple ‘hickups’. - However the Qubes Updater icon is still active - but - when I perform ‘sudo dnf update’ in Dom0 the system now only reports:
[vr@dom0 ~] sudo dnf update
Qubes OS Repository for Dom0 80 MB/s | 82 kB 00:00
Nothing to do.
while running the update of the ‘fedora-32’ template using the updater still reports: