Ubuntu Core updated but not switch to new version after reboot on Raspberry Pi 2

Bug #1429749 reported by Shuduo Sang on 2015-03-09
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Bug Description

1, download snappy ubuntu core image alpha-02 from http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ and run it on Raspberry Pi 2.
2, change date to current
3, use 'sudo snappy update ubuntu-core' to '3' and see its status is R via 'snappy versions'.
4, reboot

expected result:
Ubuntu Core 3 boots up.

Actual result:
'snappy versions' show Ubuntu Core 3 is still R rather than active.

Nico Maas (n.maas87) wrote :

Now with the release of ubuntu-core Version 4, the problem remains the same:

sudo snappy versions -a
Part Tag Installed Available Fingerprint Active
ubuntu-core edge 2 4 f442b1d8d6db3f *
ubuntu-core edge 3 - d3fe721a35104a R
mosquitto-armhf.willcooke edge 1.3.5 - 37fcf8deebfd9d *
webdm edge 0.1 - 1604c8b7c9f6c5 -
webdm edge 0.1.1 - b34092fae72e16 *
Run 'snappy update' and reboot to use the new ubuntu-core.

Ubuntu Core does update other packages like webdm successfully, but not the ubuntu-core.

Michael Terry (mterry) on 2015-05-18
affects: snappy-ubuntu → snappy
no longer affects: snappy/15.04
Niklas Wenzel (nikwen) wrote :

What's the reason for removing this from the 15.04.2 release?

Ricardo Salveti (rsalveti) wrote :

Lack of time to work on the proper implementation, basically.

Michael Vogt (mvo) wrote :

Subscribing ogra to get a update if this is fixed yet.

Oliver Grawert (ogra) wrote :

this is fixed with the new uboot setup (which in fact was in the 15.04.2 release :) after all)

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