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osmosis_kirkland: works for me. ive been using kvm in production on ubuntu since hardy was released. Im currently running hardy with the latest kvm backports. Will be rebuilding my server farm with lucid later this year. But im doing a lot more work to improve my setup now, mostly through python scripting and stats tracking in mysql.00:02
kirklandosmosis_: cool; it would be great if you could get some test cycles and give some feedback on lucid's qemu-kvm-0.12.2 package00:02
osmosis_kirkland: might be able to do that. would be easier if recursive VMX cpu extension support in guests was available.00:05
osmosis_Avi's blog says it might be available sometime this year.00:08
kirklandosmosis_: for intel, yeah, it's in the works00:13
kirklandosmosis_: works pretty well on amd for me00:13
sorenNested VMX will be awesome.00:14
sorenWhoever manages to implements it deservers fortune and glory.00:15
* soren types quite poorly right now00:15
osmosis_soren, an IBM team is on it00:16
sorenosmosis_: Oh, ok. I would have expected Intel to do it. Seems fitting that they'd do it themselves. It's their fault it's so complicated to do :)00:17
smoserttx, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerLucidXc2#preview00:32
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twbOh, the x86-64 extension to for hardware virtualization.00:55
twbHow would "nested vmx" work?  It doesn't make sense to me.00:57
sorentwb: You would be able to run kvm inside a kvm.01:06
twbHow does that work architecturally?01:07
twbi.e. wikipedia url plskthxbyegibberish01:07
eric_1982I was wondering if some one could help point me in the right direction. I have not messed with managing Linux computers in a corporate environment. I am however, very familiar with windows administration tools such as WSUS, Group Policy, Active Dir..etc. Are there similar tools available to help manage several Linux computers, basically tools used to help administrate a linux enviroment? I would like to be able to define what updates01:09
eric_1982  can be pushed out, lock down specific things, example apply a business background, map network drives..etc. Can any one supply me some names of some of these tools ect. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!01:09
smosereric_1982, https://landscape.canonical.com/ is one.01:21
osmosis_https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/httpd.html   is incomplete. If a user follows the instructions, it wont work.01:44
nijabakirkland: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SquidDebProxy01:53
twbosmosis_: file a bug against the server guide package01:57
twberic_1982: the term you want to search for is probably "change management".  Free implementations include puppet, chef and cfengine.  Landscape is canonical's solution, but it's server side is proprietary.01:58
eric_1982Has any one used https://landscape.canonical.com/ ?01:59
eric_1982Any thoughts on it01:59
eric_1982It looks like it gives you heads up on updates02:00
twbPuppet (or whatever) is useful if you have hundreds of workstations or dozens of servers, but if you only have a small office network it is NOT worth the hassle of setting it up and babysitting it.02:00
eric_1982It doesn't appear to allow me to manage users and setting though02:00
twbWhere "small office" means one serevr and a dozen workstations.02:00
twberic_1982: for managing user accounts, you want OpenLDAP.  There's no useful, portable graphical UI for it.02:02
eric_1982I will need to look into Puppet. Looks promising02:02
eric_1982any one try gosa02:02
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Roxyhart0Hi i im configurating openldap for ubuntu according th how to: http://doc.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/kerberos-ldap.html. When i try to run the line: ldapadd -x -D cn=admin,cn=config -W -f /tmp/cn\=kerberos.ldif04:27
Roxyhart0i got the error. ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)04:27
Roxyhart0the password is ok. Any idea?04:27
GuruSinghcan anyone tell me how to copy all file from a another dir like /home/mint/desktop/ab to root at once time04:34
GuruSinghcan anyone tell me how to copy all file from a another dir like /home/mint/desktop/ab to root at once time04:36
GuruSinghcan anyone tell me how to copy all file from a another dir like /home/mint/desktop/ab to root at once time exampl: cp ./  /home/ubuntu/desktop/ab(folder)/*04:43
qman__GuruSingh, -r04:46
Roxyhart0Hi when I run the command : ldapadd -x -D cn=Directory Administrator,cn=config -W -f /tmp/cn\=kerberos.ldif04:49
Roxyhart0i am getting error. should i write different this way? the error is ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)04:49
uvirtbotNew bug: #516430 in libapache2-mod-perl2 (main) "Please merge libapache2-mod-perl2 (2.0.4-6)(main) from debian squeeze(main)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51643007:46
Roxyhart0Hi i am installinf openldap on buntu and im getting this error: structuralObjectClass: no user modification allowed. any idea?08:25
uvirtbotNew bug: #516437 in mysql-dfsg-5.1 (main) "Try to install mysql-server and get hundreds of blocking 'logger: [-x] [-p log_facility] [-t tag] message' messages." [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51643708:36
ivoksne treba na screenwideu09:12
phretorI am having some trouble setting up syslog. My application logs to local0, i.e., openlog("firelog", LOG_PID, LOG_LOCAL0); /*...*/ syslog(LOG_INFO, "foo");. In /etc/syslog.conf I put, on top of the other entries, local0.* /var/log/firelog.log09:22
phretorhowever, all the messages get caught by another rule and I find them into /var/log/syslog - ideas?09:22
bthorawayhello, stupid question. i am a little confused, need to put ubuntu-server on core i5 system,   proposed download contains  "amd64.iso"     is that referring to the chipset (x86 by amd)  because in kernel they make difference i386, i686 and amd64 ?09:51
Roxyhart0hi im trying to use slapcat and i got the error that can't find the file slapd.conf (which is not any more) is is a bug in slapacl?10:28
Roxyhart0sorry. im trying to do a ldapadd comand to add data form a ldif file and i am getting permision error. I would like to use slapacl but i dont know what is the exact command with the new slapd10:36
ivokssorry, can't help you' i still haven't dig into whole config in tree issue10:46
nimrod10is there a way to redirect input from pts1 for example to the output of pts2 ?12:13
mealstromyes there is , ls > /dev/pts/2 smthing like this12:17
alex_jonicat < /dev/pts/1 > /dev/pts/2 ?12:19
alex_jonithat kinda works here.. I get one char on pts/1 one on pts/212:21
mrpwhat is the svn package?12:39
_ruben!info subversion13:07
ubottusubversion (source: subversion): Advanced version control system. In component main, is optional. Version 1.6.5dfsg-1ubuntu1 (karmic), package size 364 kB, installed size 4188 kB13:07
Roxyhart0hi, i am trying to follow the how to install openldap. After configure tha data base and start SASL/EXTERNAL authentication started14:04
Roxyhart0i got the error: ldap_add: Insufficient access (50). any diea which could be the problem, i did exclatly that said the how to http://doc.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/openldap-server.html14:04
sommerRoxyhart0: are you using sudo?14:06
Roxyhart0and also is when i do this kind of command using "EXTERNAL" i dont undertand what it means, i something with SASL14:09
Roxyhart0when i do this command i get the error: No such object (32)14:11
sommerRoxyhart0: what's the exact command you are using?14:12
Roxyhart0sorry is this command: ldapsearch -LLL -Y EXTERNAL -H ldapi:/// -b cn=config dn14:13
sommerRoxyhart0: what happens if you add a sudo in front of the ldapsearch?14:15
Roxyhart0im working as root14:15
sommerwhich release are you on?14:17
sommerRoxyhart0: which step of the guide are you on?14:20
sommerRoxyhart0: I'd also recomment using sudo instead of running as root, but either way :)14:20
Roxyhart0it is : Further Configuration14:21
sommerRoxyhart0: works for me... can you try using sudo with a non-root user?  just as a test14:25
Roxyhart0same error14:28
Roxyhart0maybe are the acl? or maybe i need to start slapd wih ldapii?14:28
sommeryou don't have it running with ldapi?  ps -ef | grep slap should show the slapd startup command14:29
sommerif it doesn't have ldapi you can add it in /etc/default/slapd14:29
Roxyhart0it shows me /usr/sbin/slapd -h ldap:/// ldap14:31
sommerya, take a look at /etc/default/slapd14:33
sommerjust add ldapi:/// to the SLAPD_SERVICES line... then the command should work14:33
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Roxyhart0it is already there SLAPD_SERVICES="ldap:/// ldapi:///"14:34
Roxyhart0do you know what means EXTERNAL and when I use LDAPI for ldapsearch,ldapadd or ldapmodify?14:38
sommerRoxyhart0: the EXTERNAL tells the ldap command to use the system authentication14:40
sommerthis is the entry I believe: olcAuthzRegexp: {0}gidNumber=[[:digit:]]+\+uidNumber=0,cn=peercred,cn=external ,cn=auth cn=localroot,cn=config14:41
sommerRoxyhart0: if you don't have any data in the directory, and I assume you don't, you might try starting over with sudo dpkg-reconfigure slapd... then retry the commands14:42
Roxyhart0doesn't work dpkg-reconfigure :S14:42
Roxyhart0where i need to write this line?14:43
Roxyhart0i need to add when i am creating the database ?14:43
Roxyhart0on db.ldif file?14:43
sommerI'm not sure what you mean?14:50
Roxyhart0to add this line just you told me14:50
sommersudo dpkg-reconfigure slapd should remove all the old configurations allowing you to start over... not sure what you have in db.ldif14:51
Roxyhart0i just follow the how to, in there you do the first configuration on a ldif file14:52
Roxyhart0my question is if i add this line shold work14:52
Roxyhart0my question how I add that line?15:03
sommer"sudo dpkg-reconfigure slapd" is a command not a line to add to an ldif file15:05
Roxyhart0i mean the line avobe15:06
Roxyhart0olcAuthzRegexp: {0}gidNumber=[[:digit:]]+\+uidNumber=0,cn=peercred,cn=external ,cn=auth cn=localroot,cn=config15:06
sommerdid the schema files load without error?  those are the first command?15:06
sommersorry, you don't need to add that line it's already in the config... I was just trying to explain the EXTERNAL auth method15:06
Roxyhart0but i did it before15:07
sommerdid what before?15:07
Roxyhart0and still doesn't work15:07
sommerwhat's the command and error again?  I think I'm confused15:08
Roxyhart0well i need to configurate again15:09
Roxyhart0because i just did dpkg-reconfigure15:09
sommerah, well maybe it'll work better :-)... you might try as non-root just so the commands line up exactly15:10
Oli``If I take a degraded mdadm array offline, will it speed up its recovery or stop it?15:22
ivoksmeetings was an hour ago?15:24
sommerivoks: I think it was pushed to the 11th15:25
ivoksoh, ok15:26
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bogeyd6Can someone point me to a guide on installing hpasm or something similiar in ubuntu?16:51
Oli``bogeyd6: have you tried just installing the debian package?17:11
bogeyd6Oli``, didnt know it existed, because under the server support page at HP debian isnt listed17:11
bogeyd6Oli``, where can i find libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2 for 9.1017:18
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uvirtbotNew bug: #516297 in euca2ools "euca-register calls register_image with too few parameters" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51629717:31
zulivoks: ping17:47
ivokszul: pong17:49
zulivoks: if possible can we merge the redhat-cluster stuff since it has binaries that you need17:50
ivokszul: not yet17:51
zulivoks: k17:51
ivokszul: rhcs needs to be pacemaerd :)17:51
zulivoks: ah ok17:51
ivokszul: https://edge.launchpad.net/~ivoks/+archive/ppa/+packages17:51
ivokszul: i'm already building merged and pacemakered rhcs17:51
zulsounds good lemme know if you need help17:52
ivokszul: i need big support on pushing some sources to main17:52
ivokszul: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClusterStack/MIR17:52
ivoksi guess there will be some strugling cause atm cluster stack depends on some old (2005) tools17:53
ivokslike libesmtp17:53
ivoksi guess perl modules won't be problem, but libesmtp could be pain17:54
zuldo you need updates for them or soemthing?17:54
ivoksonly for one package17:54
ivokswhich is in main17:54
ivoksif you could do that, that would be awesome17:55
zulivoks: ill try to find some time to help you out17:56
ivokswe will have awesome cluster stack if this all goes trough17:56
ivoksi plan on having clustered lvm, but that will require changes in lvm17:57
ivoksbut nothing of this will happen if all those MIRs don't succed :D17:57
zulivoks: upstream says 1.0.4 is the stable version17:57
zulwhich we have17:57
ivokswe have 1.0.317:59
ivoksyeah, libesmtp didn't have new version for years17:59
ivoksit's libtest-script-perl that we need newer17:59
zulill have a look later today then18:00
ivoksi might be wrong, cause it builded in PPA18:01
ivoksbah, too much cluster for one day :)18:01
ivoksi'll give you correct info tomorrow18:01
ivoksdo, don't wory about it for now18:02
zulheh ok18:02
zulill still trying to wake up as well18:02
ivokstake care18:16
pmatuliswhat are the basic steps in setting up a gobby server?18:46
ajavidhello, I am using ubuntu 8.04lts and I have errors in command line.perl: warning: Falling back to the standard locale ("C"). locale: Cannot set LC_CTYPE to default locale: No such file or directory locale: Cannot set LC_ALL to default locale: No such file or directory.  I have aptitude install locales and sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales but nothing fixed18:50
ajavidI don't know how to fix18:50
ajavidI have also tried to export LC_ALL=en_us-utf818:51
ajavidand other variables to that language18:51
ajavidbut i still get this error if I try to run aptitude install anything18:51
_rubenwhen i get those errors i export them as "C"18:51
ajavidi try18:51
ajavidwhy can't I regenerate the locales with sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales?18:52
ajavidam I doing something wrong18:52
fullstopHi all.. I have a pretty beefy server running several KVM guests.19:29
SpaceGhostC2CNeed any help?19:30
fullstopThey are all using a bridged ethernet connection.19:31
fullstopAnyway, the server has 3 gigabit ethernet ports.  Would it be better to set up a few ethernet bridges and split them among the hardware?19:31
SpaceGhostC2Cfullstop, I'd think so, yes.19:31
fullstopSpaceGhostC2C: http://pastie.org/80808619:36
fullstopSpaceGhostC2C: kind of fun.  :)19:37
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fullstopUnrelated, but when my wife blinks her eyes, and the room is quiet, it sounds like Zorak from SGC2C19:46
SpaceGhostC2Cthat was disturbing...19:53
smosernurmi, sudo losetup --show --find --offset=$((190*512)) sdb.img19:54
kirklandttx: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eucalyptus/+bugs?field.searchtext=&orderby=-importance&assignee_option=any&field.assignee=&field.bug_reporter=&field.bug_supervisor=&field.bug_commenter=&field.subscriber=&field.milestone%3Alist=21445&field.status_upstream-empty-marker=1&field.omit_dupes.used=&field.omit_dupes=on&field.has_patch.used=&field.has_cve.used=&field.affects_me.used=&f20:11
kirklandttx: hmm, let me tinyurl that20:11
kirklandttx: http://tinyurl.com/y9u2sjo20:11
kirklandttx: that's the bugs nurmi and i are about to work on20:12
kirklandnurmi: http://tinyurl.com/y9u2sjo20:12
uvirtbotNew bug: #516726 in bind9 (main) "bind9 failed to upgrade - /var/run/bind/run permission denied" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51672620:31
sorenGood news for all you poor sods subscribed to the build failures from the ubuntu-server-qa ppa: As of tomorrow, the mysql failures should be fixed.20:40
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smoserkirkland, http://paste.ubuntu.com/368447/20:48
ShumpHi, folks. Quick question, I haven't found a clear answer for elsewhere. In an Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud environment, must all physical servers running as part of the cloud have virtualization technology, such as Intel VT or AMD-V, or can you have servers as part of your cloud without that?20:51
uvirtbotNew bug: #516738 in image-store-proxy (main) "image store broken on Lucid" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51673820:56
Elad__if I have my server set to use ssh keys, is it possible to generate multiple keys so that 5 users don't all have the same key?21:09
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_rubenElad__: keys are supposed to be private and thus not be shared21:23
Elad__that is what I was thinking21:23
_rubenso sure, each user can and shold have it own keypair21:23
ShumpHi, folks. Forgive the repetition, but alot of folks have come and gone since I asked my question. Hoping someone knows. In an Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud environment, must all physical servers running as part of the cloud have virtualization technology, such as Intel VT or AMD-V, or can you have servers as part of your cloud without that?21:23
_rubenShump: no personal experience with it .. but i assume it's based on kvm, which in turns depends on intel vt / amd-v21:24
Elad___ruben: So how do I go about creating keys for each user?21:24
Elad__I added the user, and I tried "su new_user_name ssh-keygen -t dsa" and a couple other variations but get invalid options21:25
_rubenElad__: have each user create their own keypair, get them to send the pub key to you, so you can upload it to each user's homedir (.ssh/authorized_keys2)21:25
Shump_ruben: Yes, it mentions that it's based on KVM. So that would mean, then, that any hardware it was running with would need either Intel VT or AMD-V?21:26
Elad__is there a way I can create the keys for them?21:26
Elad__ah, I think I get it - I would create the public/private keys, stick the key.pub in their .ssh/authorized_keys2/ directory and then send them the private key?21:27
_rubenShump: basically yes .. there's also kvm-qemu i think, but qemu gives *very* poor performance21:27
_rubenElad__: you can, but i prefer to do it the other way around .. then again, they can alter their passphrase anyway21:28
Elad___ruben: What if the new user doesn't have a .ssh directory? Can I just create it and put the public key there? Or is there a better way to do it?21:28
_rubenElad__: the .ssh dir doesnt exist by default indeed, its safe to create it21:29
Elad___ruben: thanks for your help, I appreciate it21:29
_rubenand the authorized_keys2 filename is "old" i think, the manpage of ssh/sshd will probably tell you which filename one should use these days21:29
Shump_ruben: Thanks so much!21:29
Elad__The file ~/.ssh/authorized_keys lists the public keys that are permitted21:30
Elad__     for logging in.21:30
Elad__right on the man page. Thanks for the heads up21:31
_rubenthe 2 might be related to ssh2 (like only allow for ssh2 usage or so) ... wouldnt know the details, it's what im used to work with :)21:31
uvirtbotNew bug: #492724 in bind9 (main) "upcoming process - bind9 - host crashed with signal 7 in dns_rdatatype_fromtext()" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/49272421:56
smosernurmi, when you get a chance, look at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/lucid/+source/euca2ools/+bug/51673822:08
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 516738 in image-store-proxy "image store broken on Lucid" [High,Triaged]22:08
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