Quote Originally Posted by droidhacker View Post
Fedora upgrade has always been pretty scary. Usually what I do, is backup my home partition (and maybe var, depending on the installation), unplug my data disks, wipe, install, restore home. Its the most foolproof/clean way to upgrade an OS.
FWIW Thus far I've fedup'ed 10/10 physical machines (6 servers, 3 workstations, 1 laptop) and 2 VMs, with ~20 VMs on the way.
Beyond the fedup v 0.7 issue and some minor issues with missing libreoffice upgrades (that were solved in the first yum update), I've yet to encounter any serious issues on any of my servers, workstations or VMs.
I am facing issues running bumblebee-nvidia on my laptop (nvidia-kmod refuses to start), but I don't have time to take a look at it.

- Gilboa