The title is auto-descriptive.
I see that Gnome Software says that upgrades by this app respect metered connection…
But automatic upgrade at
/etc/rpm-ostreed.conf respects “don’t upgrade at metered connection”?
I’ll take my computer to a place only with smartphone internet some days in the week.
Should I fear the possibility of the automatic upgrade of rpm-ostree destroying my data cap?
Ps: By “automatic upgrade at /etc/rpm-ostreed.conf” I mean this
You’ll want to let GNOME Software drive updates in this case. So in the
rpm-ostreed.conf settings, you would set
AutomaticUpdatePolicy=none so that rpm-ostree doesn’t try to do itself since it doesn’t know about metered connections. (Yes, this is confusing – we need a clearer way to indicate when updates are being driven by another software, see https://github.com/coreos/rpm-ostree/issues/1747 .)
Thanks for the feedback.
But I was told that “Automatic Updates” of Gnome Software doesn’t cover rpm-ostree (only Flatpak).
And … I did some tests … and Gnome Software doesn’t auto-updates rpm-ostree (I have warnings of new deployment available, I restart the machine and I continue without this installed).
So, I must assume that, for now, I don’t have a way to enable auto-updates for rpm-ostree that respects metered connections?
It is sad :(, not for me but because I’m installing in machines for average people that never remember to use Gnome Software to explicitly ask for an upgrade to rpm-ostree.
Obs: Should I disable the timer too (e.g.:
systemctl disable rpm-ostreed-automatic.timer)?