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See attached. I am sure this is the source of quite a few mysterious fails. When debugging my update bug sometimes, rarely, it passes, but mostly it failes. I am sure it's sometimes the other way 'round.
We have DependencyHookInvocationTest.php to test the order is correct, is it possible that we have a circular dependency?
Modules implementing hook_update_dependencies().
All of these are concerned with getting the users_data sorted so there is no reason why user.module updates should come before the system.module ones
DependencyHookInvocationTest only tests when dependencies are enabled. The order does seem to be the same all the time but when it looks like I won't trust it...
As discussed with @chx, changing the priority of this to normal.
I haven't seen random upgrade path test failures like we used to have frequently in quite a while and while this does look strange, it is IMHO neither critical nor major until we have proof that this actually causes problems with the upgrade path.
Closing this in favor of #211182: Updates run in unpredictable order which has several patches and over 200 comments.
Sorry, I hadn't realized the other issue was committed and that this is a symptom of the problem still existing.
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