Xpistos|workhggdh: I think I did this inadvertently when I added my wifes NFS shares when I got her moved over to linux. I didn't have anything in my downloads for a few weeks that is why I didn't' notice and I must have looked at the wrong line when I check my exports before.00:00
Xpistos|workhggdh: Thanks for you help00:00
Xpistos|workand oddly enought I can fo things in my NFS share now00:01
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RoAkSoAxis there a list of all the server packages that use upstart instead of the LSB init scripts?00:07
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MatBoyis there a date around when 10.04 can be released ?00:25
ScottKMatBoy: April 2900:31
zulhappy happy joy joy01:10
medexHow can I update my version from the terminal no gui?01:45
Picimedex: do-release-upgrade, check --help for options01:47
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hazmatis there a way to make ubuntu not try to use gcj for all the java packages?03:17
hazmati've got a 'real' java installed and identified as such for java alternatives03:19
hungnvhello all, I create samba share for other ubuntu clients, then I mount at clients, some works well, some I get problem : mount : cannot allocate memory03:21
hungnvhttp://pastebin.com/bFanKYYZ at client dmesg shows that problem03:22
hungnvplease give me a solution03:23
ScottKhazmat: There is an #ubuntu-java.  I don't know if they'd be able to help.03:26
hazmatScottK, thanks03:31
lifestreamCould anyone help me with .... setting up NAT(?) so I can use Linux (host) to connect to a program (server) that is on a virtualbox guest? (I am on the #vbox channel too)04:02
lifestreamI don't understand what this means:04:02
lifestreamWe have a Guest Machine with a running ssh server which accepts connections on the TCP port 22. Our goal is to make any packet arriving at a given TCP port (i.e. 2222) of the Host machine, to be forwarded to the TCP port 22 of the Guest Machine.04:02
lifestreamWait... nevermind, I think I'm following the wrong tutorial.04:03
* lifestream is away: afffkkkkk04:18
maxagazI can I check the activity of the network in live ?04:19
KurtKrautmaxagaz, what do you mean precisely by activity? Give us an example.04:20
maxagazKurtKraut, I'd like to be able to check the activity of the network between each node04:22
KurtKrautmaxagaz, 'activity' still an abstract idea.04:22
KurtKrautmaxagaz, bandwith? what IP and port being used? Read the packets content?04:23
maxagazKurtKraut, I mean the size of datas going between nodes04:23
KurtKrautmaxagaz, in real time or you want it logged?04:24
maxagazKurtKraut, in real time04:24
maxagazKurtKraut, my network is often slow, but I don't understand why, it would be easier to see if I can monitor the traffic the traffice between computers04:25
KurtKrautmaxagaz, try the following packages? bwm-ng and nethogs04:31
KurtKrautmaxagaz, try the following packages? bwm-ng and nethogs04:31
KurtKrautmaxagaz, try the following packages: bwm-ng and nethogs. They may give you the data you need.04:31
KurtKrautmaxagaz, another good resource is http://www.ubuntugeek.com/bandwidth-monitoring-tools-for-linux.html04:32
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krezelI'm running Karmic and I need to run an old webapp that relies on PHP4 and I believe to be suspect from a security standpoint. What's my best option? chroot jail? Compile php4 and run it alongside php5 but with the app isolated by mpm-itk?05:24
ScottKBest is don't do it.05:26
krezelI seem to hear that a lot :)05:27
ScottKIt's good advice.05:28
ScottKIf you really need to run php4, set up a Dapper system (in a vm or something).  Dapper has another ~year of security support and has php4.05:28
krezelHmm, I'm already on a vm (linode) but I could probably set up dapper in a chroot jail, right?05:29
ScottKNo idea, but presumably.05:30
keeskrezel: chroots are not secure containers.  they should only be used for testing.  if you have no choice, I would port it to run with php5, and then confine it with apparmor.  there are good examples in lucid, but should work in karmic too.05:31
krezelkees: Sadly I don't think this steaming pile of dung will take the upgrade to php5 well. Its basically a big custom phpwiki and I wouldn't even know where to start05:32
ScottKWhich gets back to my initial advice05:32
krezelThe fun never ends05:35
jasonmchristoswhat tracker software does torrent.ubuntu.com use? i want to setup my own tracker06:02
darkk^kees, by the way, what's wrong with chroots as soon as user does not have root in the chroot?06:19
darkk^yes, root can almost always escape from the chroot, but how can ordinary user do that?06:19
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keesdarkk^: depends on the chroot, but many have /proc mounted, which can expose kernel interfaces.  chroots are better than nothing, but there are much better solutions.  :)08:27
jjohansenttx: for bug #546743 is the proper solution but we are kind of out of time there so I think for server we can get away with changing /etc/modprobe.d/radeon-kms.conf to have options radeon modeset=009:03
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 546743 in linux "Blank screen at first boot with ATI ES1000 and 10.04 server" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/54674309:03
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ttxjjohansen: that would only affect server ? Which package is this shipped in ?09:05
jjohansenttx: hrmm, well I assume there is a way to only make it affect server09:05
jjohansenI could be wrong09:06
ttxjjohansen: maybe it shouldn't just affect server anyway09:06
ttxjjohansen: I don't think server ships with xserver-xorg-video-radeon ? Or do I get something wrong ?09:07
jjohansenwell I think some desktop people would be awful unhappy if kms was off by default09:07
ttx.. probably :)09:07
jjohansenttx: well that is the desktop package09:08
jjohansenI guess09:08
ttxjjohansen: can we move this to #ubuntu-release ?09:09
jjohansenits installed here, I didn't even think to look in the server install09:09
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uvirtbotNew bug: #563642 in tomcat6 (main) "tomcat6 (6.0.24) "Duplicate local variable" error" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56364210:01
jjohansenttx: is there anyone else with ES1000 hardware who can test soon?10:14
ttxjjohansen: there are affected servers in the London DC, but I don't have contacts there10:15
ttxjjohansen: we can also ask in the bug, reporters were pretty responsive10:15
jjohansenttx: sure, but I am talking with in hours10:16
ttxjjohansen: otherwise fader should be up in ~3 hours10:24
jjohansenokay I'll let apw know10:24
* apw jerks awake10:25
Guest70176hi there10:35
Guest70176 maybe someone got a clue! i installed in UEC mode from the cd installer. one host for clc walrus etc, and one host as a nc. everything is working fine. QUESTION: how do i log into the nc?? in the installation process i wasn't ask for a passwort :o10:35
* ttx admires the kernel team capability to suspend/resume10:39
ttxGuest70176: you should use the same as the CLC10:39
ttxGuest70176: it's preseeded from whatever you chose on the CLC10:40
ttxthe NC takes a lot of installation defaults from the CLC10:40
Guest70176ttx: aaah so it's the user / pwd i choosed from the installation on the CLC?10:46
ttxyes, and feel free to change them if you need different ones10:47
Guest70176ttx: ohman, thanks! that should go in the documentation :)10:49
ttxGuest70176: it's a wikipage, fix it :)10:49
Guest70176ttx: this one, aye? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEC/10:50
ttxGuest70176: I'm not sure it's up to date anyway10:50
* ttx looks10:50
ttxa quick note on Step3 that the node will inherit user/password from the CLC could help yes10:51
e-DIO-tad ogni modo: Yo!10:53
VSpikeIs there any way I can get squid-2.7.STABLE9 onto 9.10 server?11:05
franjprI am running ubuntu server 9.10. The other day it failed to start. It halts in the init steps. Any idea what to do?. Thanks11:40
VSpikefranjpr: did you try the recovery mode?11:48
VSpikefranjpr: do the last few lines of output contain anything interesting?11:48
franjprvspike: yeah, I tried the recovery mode. Same result12:19
alvinfranjpr: And the last messages you see?12:20
franjprlast lines are init: ureadahead-other...12:20
franjpror whatever process12:20
alvinah, try pressing 'M' at that point.12:20
franjprlet me check12:20
alvinIf my suspicion is right, it should give you a recovery shell12:20
franjprno, it justs prints M or m in the screen12:22
franjprthe boot process stops with init steps12:22
alvinAnd if you press 'S'?12:22
franjprthe same12:23
franjprI can type in the screen12:23
franjprbut there is no command line12:23
franjprlast line, init: ureadahead-other main process (652) terminated with status 412:24
franjprI read on a thread that this message does not interfere in the boot process12:24
franjprand I do not know what to do12:24
alvinI have the same on all servers, but if I press 'M', the recovery shell appears and I can mount remaining filesystems manually. Just like you, the last lines are ureadahead... and I can't see what error actually occurs (filesystems not mounting)12:24
franjprnot in my case12:25
alvinfranjpr: What's your disk layout? Are you using mdadm or lvm?12:25
franjprthere is no recovery shell12:25
alvinDo you have snapshots?12:25
alvinDo you have more than 4 lvm volumes?12:26
alvinIn that case, it's something I did not encounter yet.12:26
franjprjust two hdd12:26
franjprone /dev/sda12:26
franjprand another /dev/sdb12:27
franjprin /dev/sda12:27
alvinno mirror?12:27
franjprit is a very simple server12:27
alvinand single user mode (recovery in grub) gives you the same output?12:27
franjprin /dev/sda I have /dev/server-root12:27
franjprand /dev/server-root/boot12:28
franjpror something like this12:28
franjprI go to grub menu12:28
franjprand select recovery12:28
franjprand I get the same result12:28
alvinAh, a separate boot! Since karmic, I have stopped using that because of bug 46296112:29
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 462961 in grub2 "auto-resize install renders previous system with separate /boot unbootable" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/46296112:29
alvinThis is a fresh install or an upgrade?12:29
franjprthis is an upgrade from 9.0412:29
franjprbut it has been working12:29
franjpruntill yesterdayi12:30
alvinWith 9.10 in between? Or did you switch sources?12:30
franjprI upgraded from 9.04 to 9.10, just following the upgrade process from ubuntu12:30
alvinAh, ok. I thought you were on Lucid.12:30
franjprah no12:31
alvinNothing else in /etc/fstab? NFS mounts, CIFS mounts?12:31
franjprI can run an ubuntu server cd12:31
alvinYes, /etc/fstab, where your mount points are defined12:31
franjprand edit whatever file12:31
franjprI have not changed anything these days12:32
alvinI would do that. Check the contents of /etc/fstab (or post them here, using pastebin)12:32
alvinNo recent kernel upgrade either?12:32
franjprI can check the file12:32
franjprI can't tell right now12:32
alvinYou didn't change anything in the BIOS?12:32
franjprhowever I  have tried to select other kernels from grub menu, with the same result12:33
whomi have a local code <div>'ça'  </div> , remote server is ubuntu, via ftp, i upload my code, i check it back from server, output is:  'ça'   , what is wrong?12:33
franjprno, when before this issue. Afterwards, I have tried.12:33
franjprlet me check fstab12:34
franjpralvin: I am running ubuntu server cd12:38
franjprrepair broken system12:38
alvinYes, answer a bit more questions and choose to have a shell in /12:38
franjprI have /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/server/root /dev/server/swap_112:38
franjprlet's the fstab12:41
franjprthe seems to be correct12:43
franjprnothing has been changed12:43
uvirtbotNew bug: #563752 in samba (main) "3.0.28a-1ubuntu4.11 has new "unix extensions" parameter default to yes, wreaking havoc on existing configs" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56375212:46
alvinfranjpr: I'm not suggesting anything is wrong with your /etc/fstab. Neither is anything wrong with mine, but most servers do not boot either.12:52
whomi did set binary, and transfer one line to that ubuntu server, i read it back , it gives me broken chracters. then i also send in ASCII same. whats the point now?12:53
whomi have a local code <div>'ça'  </div> , remote server output is:  'ça'  ?12:54
franjpralvin: I am a bit lost. I do not know how to proceed to recover the server.12:54
alvinfranjpr: Me neither. I encounter boot problems on a daily basis, but yours are new. I wish there was a log somewhere. I think you can set mountall to debug mode, but do not know how. Anyone?12:56
alvinAer your lvm volumes defines by UUID in /etc/fstab, or are they /dev/mapper/server-root, etc,...12:58
franjprby uuid12:59
alvinTry changing them back to /dev/mapper13:00
franjprhowever it seems they are mounted correctly13:01
whomalvin, franjpr : in my centos LANG=en_US.UTF-8, i have a local file with only this value: 'ça' , when i use upload ftp (ascii/binary)  that file, which is hosted ubuntu server,  and again if i download it back, the same file value gets changed to this: 'ça' , do you read me!!13:01
franjprat least they are identified and fsck checks them13:01
franjprafterwards, in the init steps...13:01
alvinwhom: We're not a helpdesk. Read up on ASCII vs BINARY file transfers by FTP.13:04
alvinfranjpr: Still halts? (try 'M' now if it does)13:05
whomalvin, i am not  a client also, came in the community, i did ASCII and Binary transfer both same result, but when i cent my centos box to another remotelocation same centos the same characters output same. What is the point, ubuntu ftp server is not listening or miss configured?13:06
whomalvin, anyway you are not listening, like all of those broken neck. you dont know this simple point dont you? shame on you, playing with big toys.13:12
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franjpralvin: I changed in fstab all uuid to /dev/... with the same result13:49
franjprthe partitions are correctly identified13:49
alvinThis is bad. What could it be then?13:49
franjprno idea13:49
alvinDid you press 'm' this time?13:49
franjprpartitions are checked13:50
franjprthen stops13:50
alvinYou could file a bug against mountall, but I wouldn't know what information to provide in your case, except for the description; https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mountall13:50
franjprafter the last line init:whatever...13:50
franjprthe cursor blinks13:51
franjpryou can type m or M13:51
franjprhit enter13:51
franjprgo to the next line13:51
franjprbut nothing happens13:51
alvinNo, it should give you a rescue shell. In your case, something crashes, but I don't know what.13:51
franjpri do not know13:52
franjprand i do not know what to report13:52
alvinJust where your boot halts, what the last messages are, your kernel version, mountall version and /etc/fstab I think.13:55
ttxsmoser: around ?13:56
smoserwhats up ?13:56
ttxsmoser: about openldap's latest comments from mathiaz, I assume you uploaded before he commented ?13:57
ttxsmoser: if so, We should create a bug to track the remaining items13:57
ttxalvin: re: mountall logs: you can edit /etc/init/mountall.conf so that the mountall line reads:13:58
smoserwe did upload before he commented, kyes.13:58
ttxexec mountall --debug --daemon $force_fsck $fsck_fix > /dev/mountall.log13:58
ttxsmoser: ok, I'll create a bug for the remaining stuff13:59
smoserttx, yeah. i can try to gake a quick stab at it and race the Final Freeze14:01
ttxsmoser: I doubt that, given we are already frozen14:01
smoserdid not realize that.14:02
smoserso yeah, thats an unlikely race to win14:02
* smoser searches for that flux capacitor ... i know its around here somewhere14:03
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ttxalvin: about your boot issues on 10.0414:03
ttxalvin: iiuc you have two issues: one is that it fails to mount things, and the other is that it fails to tell you about it. Is that correct ?14:04
ttxalvin: about the first, are you running on LVM ? about the second, what are your kernel options ? About both, do you already have opened bugs about those ?14:05
alvinfranjpr: look at what ttx posted for your mountall debug options. (I'll enable that too)14:06
ttxalvin, franjpr: fwiw I usually make a copy of /dev/mountall.log to /ev/copy.log while in M mode, I saw some file clobbering when I made the install continue after that14:07
ttxfranjpr: that said, I don't think it would work for 9.1014:08
alvinttx: Actually, I have more than those 2 issues with Lucid. Still examining a bit before filing the bug. Plymouth fails to tell me when using ubuntu-server, but the keys do work (S, M,...) The other one is: as soon as I create a snapshot, one machine gets into grub rescue, the other will not be able to mount all filesystems.14:08
ttxalvin: I'll try to reproduce the "fails but keys do work" one14:09
alvinand the last is: when creating a snapshot, sometimes the snapshot gets mounted instead of its parent. I filed that one yesterday and it's only on upgrades. > bug 56311714:09
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 563117 in mountall "Release upgrade converts /dev/mapper entries in /etc/fstab to UUID" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56311714:09
alvinttx: Easiest way is to snapshot an lvm volume14:09
alvinand reboot14:10
ttxI know that Foundations are still working on a slew of mountall issues14:10
alvinWHat is Foundations?14:10
ttxthe group that works on ubuntu foundations for both desktop and server, that includes the boot process14:11
alvinAh, cool14:11
alvinI see the trouble with lvm snapshots on both server and desktop, but they react differently. Probably because the server has mdadm raid1 too. That one is the worst because it only gets into as far as grub rescue.14:12
uvirtbotNew bug: #563805 in samba (main) "mount.cifs won't mount shares; set uid bit not set" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56380514:21
Jeeves_Any apt specialists here?14:25
PiciDepends what the question is.14:29
Genk1hello, is there a way to crypt all the traffic network of a LAN ? I mean for every protocol used in the LAN !14:32
Jeeves_Pici: It's about the gpg checking.14:33
Jeeves_But I found what's going wrong14:33
Jeeves_All I need to do now is fix my mirror :)14:34
PiciJeeves_: Why not just ask the question and we'll see if we can answer.  Or nevermind.14:34
alvinGenk1: You can tunnel about anything over ssh, but I have no experience with that. All traffic is a bit much, no?14:34
Genk1alvin, yes it's a high traffic !14:35
Jeeves_Pici: Nevermind :)14:35
alvinI think encryption is easier for point to point connections. For example, file transfers over sftp. CIFS also has encryption, but that is really th protocol itself. If you want all X traffic in the lan encrypted, I wouldn't know the answer to that.. You can tunnel X through ssh easily, but a broadcast is something else.14:37
Genk1alvin, hmmm.. I see !!14:39
Genk1thank you14:39
uvirtbotNew bug: #563829 in openldap (main) "olcAccess are options broken on upgrade in {-1}frontend.ldif" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56382914:46
_rubenGenk1: that's pretty much what ipsec is used for14:56
zulDaviey: ping wtf with the ubuntu-fortunes-server?14:59
Davieyzul: what about it?15:00
Davieyzul: it's all fixed now.. but it seems the MIR wasn't actioned ages ago.15:00
zulDaviey: ok15:00
Davieyzul: fwiw, i thought it was in main already - prepaired an upload yesterday, and didn't notice.15:01
zulDaviey: gotcha15:01
iclebyteanyone familar with drbd? after creating and performing the inital sync, should you only create the file system on /dev/drbd0 on the primary note? i.e. will the creation of the filesystem replicate to the slave node via the block device?15:02
zulttx: is it your day for daily triage?15:09
ttxzul: no, was yesterday15:10
ttxtoday's smoser's15:10
smoseryeah. my triage day.15:10
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alvinYou assign each other triage jobs?15:11
smoseralvin, its just that each of us has agreed to spend time doing triage one day of the week.15:12
smoseryou, and anyone, is more than welcome to triage server bugs any time you'd like (and I suggest you help out on Thursdays :)15:13
smoserwow. silly long link.15:13
zulsmoser: slacker15:13
alvinI'm currently at work. We use ubuntu-server a lot, so a bit of triaging during work hours couldn't hurt15:14
alvinIf you're triaging now, try rebooting lucid after you made a snapshot of an lvm parition. I have yet to file the bug though.15:15
ttxlink: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/KnowledgeBase#Bug%20Triager%20resources15:15
mathiazzul: bug 56175015:16
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 561750 in squid "squid starts and stops immediately (after upgrade from karmic to lucid)" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56175015:16
mathiazzul: it seems that squid reload kills squid15:17
zulmathiaz: ok ill have a look15:17
alvinAh, triaging is not testing, but setting the importance and status of bugs. I see.15:18
ttxmathiaz !15:18
mathiazttx: o/15:18
Italian_Plumberso... wget doesn't recursively follow javascript links?15:24
_rubeni doubt wget does any javascript at all15:31
Italian_Plumberwell fudgenuggets15:32
Italian_Plumberwhat about links that exist on the pages as <area> instead of <a>... or is that javascript15:41
ttxalvin: reproduced, filing bug15:53
alvinttx: Wait, I just filed two15:54
ttxbug # ?15:54
alvinbug 56389515:54
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 563895 in grub2 "Disk not found when booting mdadm RAID1 with snapshotted lvm volume" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56389515:54
alvinlooking for the other one15:54
alvinbug 56390215:55
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 563902 in mountall "When snapshots exists, mountall will not mount the parent partition" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56390215:55
alvinI hope I chose the right packages15:55
ttxok, will file for the lack of M / S prompt15:55
alvinGood, I didn't file that one. Please, post the number here so  can subscribe15:55
persiaSo, I installed a new lucid server, and have a new, cool, byobu theme.  On an upgraded server, I still have the old theme.  What do I need to do to get the new theme on the upgraded server?16:00
kirklandpersia: F9-> Select background (black), Select foreground (white)16:01
persiakirkland: Thanks!16:01
kirklandpersia: or ... printf "BACKGROUND=k\nFOREGROUND=w\nMONOCHROME=0" > ~/.byobu/color16:01
kirklandpersia: if you want the "monochrome" theme to make the grey-and-white look of Lucid16:02
jasonmchristoswhat tracker software does torrent.ubuntu.com use? i want to setup my own tracker16:02
ttxalvin: bug 56391616:04
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 563916 in mountall "[lucid] No prompt for [S]kip or [M]anual recovery on server boot" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56391616:04
persiakirkland: That's even better: now if I get a custom selection I can just scp it about.  Thanks again.16:04
alvinttx: thanks16:05
kirklandpersia: cheers, yeah16:07
kirklandpersia: i actually use different color combinations for each host (so that i recognize what machine i'm on by a visual cue)16:12
PiciMe too16:12
persiaHmm.  So maybe I oughtn't have "fixed" that :)16:12
* persia reverts to prevent a future mistake in advance16:13
kirklandpersia: ?16:17
kirklandpersia: it's totally up to you16:17
persiakirkland: Yeah, but it's a *really* good idea to have a visual cue to differentiate hosts :)16:17
persiakirkland: Also, thanks for the seed changes: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-server/ports/daily/current/ is all <700MB now.16:18
kirklandpersia: http://people.canonical.com/~kirkland/colors.png16:18
persiaOh my.  I don't have quite that server count, but I can see why you almost need it.16:19
binBASHI rebooted the machine where cloud controller etc. is on, now it shows 0 free vms :/16:20
binBASHanyone knows what's wrong?16:20
binBASHin logfile I see it gets timeout on select()16:20
uvirtbotNew bug: #527888 in php5 (main) "apache2 crashed with SIGSEGV in module_destructor()" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52788816:37
mathiazttx: bug 42325216:39
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 423252 in sudo "NSS using LDAP on Karmic breaks 'su' and 'sudo'" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42325216:39
mathiazttx: ^^ we should have a look at this one as well16:39
mathiazhggdh: are you using the uec test rig?16:41
ttxmathiaz: added to watch list on ReleaseStatus page16:42
hggdhmathiaz: was, but I can give it up16:42
mathiazhggdh: kirkland and I are going to look at the multi-machine topo16:43
hggdhmathiaz: a Q: the /etc/eucalyptus/eucalyptus-ipaddr.conf should point to the correct addresses of the CLC, CC, Walrus, etc, correct?16:43
mathiazhggdh: is this the topo that is currently installed?16:43
mathiazhggdh: yes16:43
hggdhmathiaz: lucid-adm64-topo216:43
hggdhmathiaz: they are not16:43
hggdhmathiaz: to the point I am not sure how it even works16:43
mathiazhggdh: they all look good16:47
mathiazhggdh: eucalyptus-ipaddr.conf is only used by the avahi publishing jobs16:48
kirklandhggdh: mathiaz: actually, /etc/eucalyptus/eucalyptus-ipaddr.conf isn't very accurate ... i started working on a fix for that (using avahi, and grepping the logs)16:48
mathiazhggdh: to pick up the correct IP address to publish on the nework16:48
hggdhah, OK16:48
kirklandhggdh: mathiaz: but i figured it was too late to commit that kind of a change16:48
hggdhmathiaz, kirkland: the rig is all yours. Want me to logoff?16:49
mathiazhggdh: ok thanks16:50
ttxhggdh: you have three work items on https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/server-lucid-uec-testing about testing of the Beta2 milestone, it would be good to cover them soon, with whatever topology works at the time... If already done please mark those work items as "DONE"16:50
ttxbecause next week we'll switch to testing RC candidates16:50
ttxso the beta2 post-milestone tests need to be covered by then16:51
mathiazttx: doesn't the WI cover *all* topologies?16:51
ttxor should they be considered covered already ?16:51
hggdhttx: as soon as mathiaz and kirkland are done16:51
hggdhttx: only the all-in-one was tested16:51
ttxmathiaz: I prefer partial results this week to no results at all for B216:51
mathiazhggdh: have you already tested beta2 on topo1?16:52
hggdhmathiaz: I had, yes16:52
ttxhggdh: you still have a few days, so let's give all the topologies a chance :)16:52
ttxhggdh: just saying that next week you'll be busy with RC candidates validation, so we'll have to go with whatever you can come up with by... Monday16:53
hggdhttx: ack16:53
* hggdh runs around16:53
uvirtbotNew bug: #563973 in vsftpd (main) "vsftpd fails to start on boot when using pasv_addr_resolve" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56397317:16
kirklandsmoser: ping17:30
kirklandsmoser: see nurmi's noted;  neil +1'd your euca2ools change17:30
kirklandsmoser: shall i sponsor and get that uploaded?17:30
matt3206_is this purely server support17:45
* matt3206_ wonders wtf is everyone17:46
ScottKmatt3206_: This is Ubuntu Server support and development.17:48
matt3206_i need multimedia support17:49
smoserkirkland, please do sponsor that17:49
matt3206_do you know which channel i could find that in?17:49
smoserkirkland, bug 55184717:50
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 551847 in euca2ools "Rebundled uec instance boot fail" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/55184717:50
matt3206_anyone work with sun micro system hardware?17:51
ScottKmatt3206_: General Ubuntu support is #ubuntu17:52
jzyanyone using nginx on ubuntu-server?17:52
matt3206_cool thanks17:52
matt3206_scott you ever heard of an NCC17:52
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mathiazhggdh: I've fixed the bug on the uec test rig18:32
mathiazhggdh: and pushed it to my branch18:32
mathiazhggdh: I've also merged your console output patch18:32
mathiazhggdh: everything can be found at lp:~mathiaz/+junk/uec-testing-scripts18:32
mathiazhggdh: could you mark your branch merged?18:32
hggdhmathiaz: ẁill do18:34
hggdhmathiaz: and I will update my local copy of your branch18:34
hggdhmathiaz: what was it?18:34
hggdhmathiaz: forget it, read the comments ;-)18:37
hggdhmathiaz: can I use the rig now?18:38
mathiazhggdh: yes18:38
hggdhmathiaz: thank you18:38
hggdhttx: I do not have access to the beta2 images from the rig, can I use the daily?19:07
aaaccc!search: german: No such pack or chat room19:10
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)19:10
cemerickis there any easier way to get the unlimited java policy files installed, short of going to oracle's site?19:12
RoyKcemerick: aren't those in the repository?19:12
hggdhnowadays I do not know, but Sun used to require you to get there and accept the conditions19:13
cemerickRoyK: not that I can see19:13
cemerickhggdh: they're totally unrestricted at this point *shrug*19:13
RoyKapt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras ?19:13
cemerickRoyK: sheesh, not sure how else I would have found that.  Been googling for a while.  Thank you very much :-)19:16
RoyKthat installs a bunch of stuff, though19:18
cemerickI can live with that vs. carrying around another couple of jars or automating a wget from somewhere. :-)19:21
binBASHHi RoyK19:26
RoyKhi, shelly :)19:26
smosermathiaz, ping19:28
binBASHHi smoser19:29
smoserhey binBASH19:29
cemerickRoyK: that doesn't seem to actually include anything related to JCE -- just a metapackage that happens to include the sun jvm I think...19:37
RoyKcomwhat is JCE?19:37
RoAkSoAxkirkland, ping!!19:38
cemerickjava cryptography -- the API for using AES, etc19:38
cemerickif you want to use larger keys, etc., you need to have the "unlimited strength" crypto policy files installed.  These used to be export-controlled, but are now free and clear.19:38
RoyKoh - I'm not a java person, really, except for the blackish fluid, so I don't know - sorry19:38
RoAkSoAxkirkland, I just upgraded and libvirt seems to have broken something since I cannot launch any VM from virt-manager19:39
binBASHRoAkSoAx: Sounds like you're doomed :/19:39
RoAkSoAxkirkland, it shows me something like: Error starting domain: could not remove profile for 'libvirt-f0530b2a-fe14-70cb-e036-7f50c06e2b67'19:39
RoyKis there something like a nice gui for kvm?19:39
RoAkSoAxbinBASH, LoL i'm actually am... have a presentation later today and have to reinstall everything :'(19:40
RoAkSoAxRoyK, virt-manager?19:40
RoyKdoes that allow stuff like live migration?19:40
RoyKsorry - I'm on a slow link - asking too many questions :þ19:40
binBASHRoAkSoAx: I was doomed today. my Cloud Controller didn't show any free vms, neither totals. 6 hours later I noticed it was caused by a firewall rule :/19:41
RoAkSoAxbinBASH, haha but in my case is totally local ;/19:42
binBASHRoyK: Maybe proxmox or abicloud, dunno if virt-manager does live migration.19:42
binBASHRoAkSoAx: Luckily I'm just testing, not productive yet :p19:43
RoyKheh - 25% of european air traffic is down... :)19:43
RoyKseems the Icelanders have made their payback for the finincial crisis19:44
binBASHI read on a newspage that there will be a second erruption at another crate maybe.19:44
binBASHIn history it was always like this...19:45
RoyKthe bad thing is that Eyjafjallajökull has never erupted in known history (1200 years) without trigging Katla, which is the largest volcano in Iceland19:45
binBASHThey wrote, maybe it could be like in a hollywood movie.19:46
RoyKthe two eruptions so far are quite small19:46
RoyKif Katla wakes up, it'll be bad19:46
RoAkSoAxkirkland, it is not even creating new VM's with same kind of error19:48
RoAkSoAxkirkland, nevermind I just foudn the bug report :/ will have to wait till the fix is published19:53
uvirtbotNew bug: #238821 in mod-auth-mysql (main) "Query call failed: MySQL server has gone away" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/23882120:12
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thebishopgot a question about nfs configuration.  I'd like for owner on the client side to appear as a different user than the owner on the host side.  is this possible?21:12
alvinthebishop: You want user mapping. I never did that, but I think it's possible. There's probably a config file for that kind of thing. (idmap?)21:15
mathiazsmoser: hi!21:17
smoseryou've a mail from me, regarding server-dev team21:17
alvinapparently not idmapd.conf I just read the man page21:18
mathiazsmoser: yop - I'll reply to it21:18
mathiazsmoser: just discussed that with kirkland21:18
alvinthebishop: I found something for you. Look here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=55257921:22
alvinmap_static. I have need of such a thing too. Just never got around to it until you asked your question.21:23
ewookmathiaz: and you'll get one from me soon, since I don't know what do do ;)21:30
ttxhggdh: the idea of the B2 test is to use the milestone to get a reference point...21:31
hggdhttx: but we did go thru them when beta2 was being released (at this time I was still doing it in a way not to be hit by the issue)21:37
hggdhand I did use the beta2 ISO21:38
ttxhggdh: then you should mark them as done :)21:38
hggdhttx: anyway -- the rig does not have access to archive.ubuntu.com21:38
hggdhttx: so this should be considered -- how do we get it open to archive?21:38
ttxthere is some redundancy in those items21:38
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hggdhyes I thought so, but a list is a list...21:39
ttxthere is one about candidate testing and one about milestone testing. Obviously the last candidate is also the milestone :)21:39
hggdhbut I am going thru them, anyway, using today's image21:40
ttxok, feel free to mark those as done, with a note about having run only topo121:40
hggdhttx, I only did not run the multi on the last candidate21:41
ttxhggdh: I'll let you handle it, going to bed :)21:41
ewookaw man. my landscape trial just died out, without me even testing it once =(21:42
hggdhttx: marked done (but still testing the daily ;-)21:44
hggdhewook: it is interesting, been testing it21:44
ewookhggdh: oooh. what did you think of it?21:46
kirklandsmoser: RoAkSoAx: sorry, been busy ... just catching up to backlog21:46
kirklandsmoser: sponsoring 551847 now21:46
hggdhewook: seems really nice, only thing is to have mail filters set if you subscribe to all alerts21:47
RoAkSoAxkirkland, np :), the fix was already in the archives but by the time It wasn't built yet, so I just build it locally and install it :)21:48
hggdhewook: really nice to command selective updates remotely21:48
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ewookhggdh: hurpf.. I'll try to beg for a new trial when I know I have time for it :)21:49
kirklandsmoser: the patch at https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/euca2ools/+bug/551847 does not apply cleanly to euca2ools in lucid21:56
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 551847 in euca2ools "Rebundled uec instance boot fail" [Low,In progress]21:56
kirklandsmoser: please doctor accordingly21:56
kirklandsmoser: neither hunk21:56
smoserwhat ?21:56
smoseri'll look at it21:57
smoserkirkland, it applies here to trunk of lp:~ubuntu-core-dev/eucalyptus/euca2ools21:58
smoseris that not where this should be going ?21:59
kirklandsmoser: hrm21:59
kirklandsmoser: what rev is head?21:59
thebishopalvin, the thing i'm consistently seeing about user masking is that it doesn't work22:00
smoserkirkland, 27722:00
thebishopif you have the UIDs don't match between host and client, inconvenient things can happen22:00
alvinThat's why I make sure users have the same UID. It's a bit of a pain though. I have yet to try that masking so I can't say whether it works or not.22:02
sandbergI'm looking into bug #423252, but I'm afraid I'm stuck. Anyone feel like giving a hand, or just some hints?22:04
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 423252 in sudo "NSS using LDAP on Karmic breaks 'su' and 'sudo'" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42325222:04
smoserkirkland, ^^22:04
kirklandsmoser: bugger, i had a push fail22:05
kirklandsmoser: no ...22:05
* kirkland starts over22:05
smoseri applied that both to your  ~coredev branch and to lp:ubuntu/lucid/euca2ools cleanly22:06
kirklandsmoser: jeebus.  my fault.  trying to do too many things at once22:10
kirklandsmoser: applies perfectly22:10
kirklandsmoser: when i apply the right patch22:10
kirklandsmoser: and use p022:10
kirklandRoAkSoAx: okay, good, so you're back on track with libvirt?22:20
RoAkSoAxkirkland, you mean if its working correctly? Yes everything is working smoothly.22:21
kirklandRoAkSoAx: cool22:23
RoAkSoAxkirkland, btw I'm almost done with school so I'll be also be poking you about testdrive22:24
kirklandjdstrand: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/56407522:26
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 564075 in qemu-kvm "KVM hangs after KERNEL BUG (tun.c)" [Medium,New]22:26
kirklandjdstrand: can you take a look at the dmesg output attached to that bug?22:27
kirklandjdstrand: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/44314688/bug.txt22:27
kirklandjdstrand: there's an apparmor issue in the dmesg, it looks like22:28
kirklandjdstrand: but also a kernel bug22:28
jdstrandkirkland: have the person update to .21. jjohansen did a lot of work to fix some of these issues22:28
kirklandjjohansen: can you take a look at that stck trace to?22:28
kirklandjdstrand: ah22:29
kirklandjdstrand: jjohansen: bug updated22:30
jdstrandkirkland: also, make sure that the person has the latest libvirt ubuntu24 from today22:30
jdstrandkirkland: once the person has ubuntu24, virt-aa-helper denied reads are non-fatal (it is virt-aa-helper trying to see if the file has a backingstore-- something that a file in /dev/mapper won't)22:31
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kirklandjdstrand: thanks22:33
jdstrandkirkland: what bug is that? is the xml available?22:33
jjohansenkirkland: interesting trace22:33
kirklandjdstrand: jjohansen: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/56407522:34
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 564075 in qemu-kvm "KVM hangs after KERNEL BUG (tun.c)" [Medium,Incomplete]22:34
jdstrandah 56407522:34
jjohansenkirkland: yeah I caught that22:35
jdstrandkirkland: actually, you can see in the dmesg that the denied messages were non-fatal: right after those, you get a profile_load of the VM-- that means virt-aa-helper did its job22:36
jjohansenI'm subscribed22:36
uvirtbotNew bug: #564213 in mysql-dfsg-5.0 (universe) "package mysql-server-5.0 (not installed) failed to install/upgrade: sub-processo novo script pre-installation retornou estado de saída de erro 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56421322:41
arthurjohnsonIf you have any servers running clamav, you might want to make sure its 0.95 or later.22:50
arthurjohnsonI'm getting segfaults, causing a race condition, on my older mailservers.22:51
hggdhkirkland: got some failures on a stress test on euca22:59
kirklandhggdh: oh, interesting22:59
kirklandhggdh: bug filed?22:59
hggdhkirkland: not yet, just ended a stress on single, (in)famous topo223:00
hggdhkirkland: trying to figure out how many different failures there were23:01
kirklandhggdh: pastebin the results somewhere that mathiaz and i can see them23:03
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hggdhkirkland, mathiaz: http://people.canonical.com/~cerdea/single_test.log.2010-04-15_17130423:20
kirklandhggdh: is this against beta2, or today's archive?23:25
kirklandhggdh: also, what version of the kernel, qemu-kvm, and libvirt are on those NCs ?23:27
hggdhkirkland: all based on today's daily, 2010041523:37
kirklandhggdh: and the guest image?  same?23:37
kirklandsmoser: around?23:37
smoserwhats up kirkland23:39
hggdhkirkland: uec is also from 2010041523:39
kirklandsmoser: did the newest kernel make it into today's uec image build?23:39
kirklandhggdh: smoser: in http://people.canonical.com/~cerdea/single_test.log.2010-04-15_171304, looks like 2.6.32-20-server23:40
smoserhttp://uec-images.ubuntu.com/lucid/20100415/ has manifests of whats in it23:40
smoserlinux-image-2.6.32-20-virtual 2.6.32-20.3023:40
kirklandwe should be testing 2.6.32-21-server at this point23:40
kirklandsmoser: thanks23:40
smoserit pulls whatever is in the archive23:40
kirklandsmoser: timing issue then23:40
kirklandsmoser: can you push the button that says "make a new uec image now" ?23:40
smoseri can. the whole thing takes 2 hours or so23:41
smoserit will organically pop out in about 5 or 623:41
hggdhthen we can wait for tomorrow's23:41
smoserso pushing button now saves 223:41
smosererr 4.23:41
smoseryesterdays' thing was published at 03:39:14 UTC23:43
smoserso, right at 5 hours from now23:43
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