ath88Or maybe guide me to a more fitting channel for such a question?00:00
tomsdaleath88: security or #security ?00:02
ath88Ill try, thanks. :)00:04
fluvvellDigitalDeviant:, sorry got called out. bind9 - its a fairly involved task, sometimes I wonder if I have a handle on it at all. We have dnsmasq for internal dns and bind for our internet records. I have 2 other bind servers on the internet that act as backup dns and are on other sites, I have only remote access to them and use command line and text editing to change records. Webmin looks good, but in the end I trust things work proper00:31
fluvvellly when I see the config files looking the way they should.00:31
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uvirtbotNew bug: #627723 in mysql-dfsg-5.1 (main) "package mysql-server-5.1 5.1.41-3ubuntu12.3 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess new pre-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62772301:06
thesheff17has anyone seen Failed to find device to remove that has udev name '/sys/devices/virtual/net/vnet0' with virsh --migrate --live?01:08
thesheff17*virsh migrate --live01:09
HypnozI realize this is a weird question for this chan, but anyone know the name of the item that screws a 4 post rack to the floor?01:19
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WinstonSmithHypnoz, /ironic on screwdriver ?01:27
Patrickdkhypnoz, a wrench?01:36
Hypnozits called a bolt-down kit01:38
Patrickdkbasically what I use01:38
Hypnozwas having trouble finding the product01:38
Patrickdkconcrete floor ancors :)01:38
Patrickdkhave a box of 50 from lowes01:38
Patrickdkthough mine are 5/8"01:38
trimetaI've checked USN, I've checked "aptitude changelog linux-image-2.6.32-24-server", what are the changes to the kernel that warranted a version bump and may warrant a reboot?01:51
fluvvelltrimeta, have you got proposed updates turned on ?02:02
trimetaI don't think so...this is a relatively standard Lucid install.02:03
fluvvelltrimeta, server install or desktop?02:03
trimetaLooks like I have the lucid and lucid-updates repositories in sources.list02:04
fluvvellit may be the 10.04.1 update that came through for the desktop not long ago.02:05
trimetaPerhaps...what did that bring with it? Anything I'd want to sacrifice uptime for?02:09
pmatulistrimeta: usn-966-1 and usn-974-1 are 2 that i know of02:14
trimetapmatulis: I don't think it's actually security-related, it seemed to have been pulled from the lucid update server and not lucid-security.02:15
trimetaI just mentioned that since it's the first place I check for kernel updates.02:15
pmatulistrimeta: lucid-security dumps into lucid-updates after a very short while02:15
trimetaStill, this just bumped tonight, and since I don't run Hardy and have updated between now and August 4, I'm pretty sure it's neither of those.02:16
pmatulistrimeta: well, when did you last update your package index?02:18
trimetaI just ran aptitude update && aptitude safe-upgrade earlier tonight....I don't remember when I did it last, but certainly within the past week.02:19
trimeta(the one earlier tonight is what pulled in a new version of the kernel.)02:19
pmatulistrimeta: maybe your using a crummy mirror02:20
trimetaI don't think it's that bad...besides, I vaguely remember having installed the usn-966-1 update previously.02:20
trimetaTo be honest, there's no real problem here; I could just reboot and get it done with. I'm just curious what changed.02:21
pmatulistrimeta: what mirror are you using?02:21
pmatulistrimeta: dunno.  check your apt logs for more info...02:22
trimetaWhere do I find those?02:23
pmatulistrimeta: under /var/log/apt02:23
trimetaI suppose I should have checked there first...02:23
trimetaThe upgrade appears to have been from 2.6.32-24.41 to 2.6.32-24.42 (both of these being versions of linux-image-2.6.32-24-server).02:24
trimetaHmm...maybe I'm just not reading the changelog correctly, and I've been stupid this whole time?02:25
trimetaIt mentions change pertaining to this specific version, but they were checked in over a week ago...I know I've updated more recently than then.02:26
trimetaPerhaps I just don't understand how the dates in the changelog work?02:26
pmatulistrimeta: changelogs show committed times, not released times02:29
trimetaHmm...is there a way to see released times?02:29
pmatulistrimeta: i'm not sure.  launchpad maybe?02:30
trimetaI'll look around...and in the future, try to keep in mind that even if the update in the changelog seems to have happened ages ago (in Linux time), it might still be the update which just installed. Thanks for listening to me be an idiot.02:31
pmatulistrimeta: do you have -proposed enabled?02:36
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holmserdoes anyone here use ISP config?03:13
holmserI was just gifted a new server, and I would like administer both of them from ISP config, but I am having trouble figuring out how to do it.03:14
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Andre_GondimHi I want to mapping home em temporaty directories at samba, but I didn't found a logon file exampla, anyone may help me?04:18
JasonMSP1im using VSFTPD and I have multiple log files..  standard, .1 .2 .305:00
JasonMSP1how can I force a new log to start?05:00
jmarsdenJasonMSP1: Probably using the logrotate command.  man logrotate.  Not sure about vsftpd specifically, but many subsystems use this.05:12
seezedanyone here have any experience with group-office07:16
twbseezed: the wine thing?07:16
seezednope its a web based project management/groupware app07:16
joschitwb: I think you mean crossover office ;)07:17
seezedim looking for a groupware app to run on a fresh 10.04 install07:17
seezedbut im having dramas getting things running, so I was wondering if there was a pre-packaged app anyone had tried07:17
twbOh, right, groupoffice is the OWA clone07:17
twbI thought it was packaged07:18
seezedi cant find it in apt, and there is no deb available that I've been able to find07:18
twbseezed: outlook web access07:18
twbBasically a rewrite of outlook to run on iexplore/activex07:19
seezedits a bit more then that07:19
twbFair enough07:19
seezedim looking for a web app to host docs, manage project time lines etc07:19
twbIME when people say "groupware" they really just mean calendaring stuff07:20
twbseezed: maybe something like trac?  That's project-oriented07:20
biodegabrielseezed basecamphq.com ?07:20
seezedyeah i've looked at trac, but it doesnt seem to do the doc hosting stuff07:20
seezedbiodegabriel: i'm looking for something more along the lines of a self hosted app07:22
biodegabrielseezed: http://github.com/dannyweb/BaseApp207:22
seezedjust to make things hard07:22
seezedbiodegabriel: are you suggesting i make my own? because that's not really practicable07:24
OWDHikonia bruder olaaaaa08:21
OWDHbazhang bro ahoy08:21
OWDHwtfm where is da fat and ugly holy shit linuks penguin, the called TUKS? TUKS must Die! I am da TUKSKILLA!08:35
sorenOWDH: Please take this nonsense elsewhere.08:40
twbHow peculiar08:50
sorenKids. What can I say?08:51
* soren reboots (into maverick)08:52
jpdssoren: Hi.08:54
ttxhuats: yo!09:24
huatshello ttx !09:24
sorenjpds: o/09:47
uvirtbotNew bug: #627922 in openldap (main) "package slapd 2.4.21-0ubuntu5.3 failed to install/upgrade: le sous-processus script post-installation installé a retourné une erreur de sortie d'état 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62792210:06
siretartdoes the ubuntu server team look after bugs in virt-manager? or do you focus on "infrastructure" packages like 'libvirt'?10:20
twbI imagine virt-manager has a specific Maintainer:10:37
* lifeless bets on dustin10:40
twbMaintainer: Ubuntu Core Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com>10:46
twbIMO packages that do that should indicate guilty individuals via Uploaders10:46
theyranoscan anyone tell me what "monitor socket did not show up" actually means? Google has not yielded much of anything helpful.11:08
twbtheyranos: what issues that warning?11:10
theyranossudo virsh create /path/to/xml11:11
twbSorry, I don't do libvirt11:11
twbWait patiently for someone else and/or try #libvirt (#virt?)11:12
theyranoswill do. thanks11:12
theyranosdang. #libvirt got created when i tried to join it just now. #virt wants a password... but i'll go looking for a libvirt community11:13
sorentheyranos: #virt is on oftc.11:14
theyranossoren: thanks11:14
sorentheyranos: "monitor socket did not show up" usually means the domain took to long to boot (or didn't boot at all)11:14
sorentheyranos: Look in /var/log/libvirt/qemu/<name of domain>.log for more info.11:14
theyranosyou have no idea how grateful I am just for telling me where the heck the log files for virsh are.11:15
jussi#ubuntu-virt was redirected to here, so the correct people _should_ be here now...11:16
theyranosoh lord... there was an extra space in my xml file. I've been trying to fix this for three hours and that was the entire problem. soren, thank you so very much for the log path.11:19
uvirtbotNew bug: #627961 in mysql-dfsg-5.1 (main) "package mysql-server 5.1.41-3ubuntu12.6 failed to install/upgrade: függőségi hibák - e csomag beállítatlan maradt" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62796111:21
ttxjiboumans, Daviey, kirkland, hggdh: doing UEC ISO testing, I can't get it to work :/ See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eucalyptus/+bug/62796311:23
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 627963 in eucalyptus "CC doesn't start correctly, CLC struggles with certificates" [Critical,New]11:24
* Daviey looks11:25
ttxDaviey: i'd welcome some outside reproduction11:29
Davieyttx: Okay.. i'm planning to reproduce it shortly..11:30
DavieyI'm expecting it to be a depends that broke it TBH11:30
Davieyodd that i hadn't seen this before.11:31
Daviey.. and you have seen it twice!11:31
Davieyinfact, even Carlos hasn't seen it!11:31
ttxI did two amd64 installs in a row11:31
DavieyWhich to me, indicates something underlying busted11:31
ttxDaviey: I'm lacking some reference point, but I suspect cloud-cluster.log should not be empty, that's why I say "CC is not started correctly"11:32
ttxand then those received/expected certificates dumps every 20s look suspicious11:32
ttxI found them while investigating bug 58510811:32
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 585108 in eucalyptus "euca_conf --register-nodes returns 0 but the node is not registered" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/58510811:32
ttxlooks like that one would be a consequence rather than a cause.11:33
* ttx lunches11:35
uvirtbotNew bug: #627973 in openvpn (main) "Assertion failed at socket.c:629" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62797311:51
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ttxDaviey: i386 test in progress12:34
ttxDaviey: re: dependency, maybe, the certificate mismatch seems to affect only the C components (CC and NC)12:35
Davieyttx, I'm halfway through amd6412:35
ttxDaviey: I don't run into it with i386. Might be arch-related, or pure luck12:50
ttxthe i386 setup ends up being so slow it even gets the avahi broadcasts wrong12:59
ttxeucalyptus-cloud maintains high load12:59
Davieyttx, Hmm - i just got a registration issue on the single machine :S13:01
ttxDaviey: describe13:02
Davieyttx, rebooting, will pastebin reg'.log13:02
DavieyBTW, shutdown speed is laaaaaging13:03
ttxthe reg log shows duplicate tries, but with SUCCESS13:03
Davieyas in frozen13:03
ttx(in my tests)13:03
Davieyttx, Have you been able to reboot?13:03
ttxDaviey: why would I ?13:03
Davieymine has been jammed for 3 mins on "Deconfiguring network interfaces"13:04
ttxright, I got that13:04
* Daviey hard powers off.13:04
* ttx is focused on the critical issues, but has a backlog of small issues he also needs to file13:04
ttxDaviey: when was the last time you had a working setup ?13:05
Davieyttx, Friday was the last time i did a fresh install.13:07
* Daviey winces at ipv6 error13:08
ttxDaviey: filed bug 62802513:11
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 628025 in eucalyptus "Duplicate registration tries show up in registration.log" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62802513:11
ttxis it the same one ?13:11
Davieyttx, same errro13:14
ttxright, it's not the blocking factor13:15
ttxsomething makes duplicate announcements13:15
ttxthat might explain the expected/received cert issue though13:15
ttxDaviey: I'm having this bug also on i386 where everything registered properly13:16
ttxso I discounted it as yab (yet another bug)13:16
Davieyttx, http://community.eucalyptus.com/forum/error-errorc94-oxs-error-x509c287-opensslx509ge13:17
* Daviey screams13:17
ttxDaviey: this one was always present13:17
ttxDaviey: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/axis2c/+bug/45609913:18
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 456099 in rampart "axis2c.log is full of spurious (and full of typos) errors" [Low,Triaged]13:18
ttxso, that one is clearly unrelated (yab)13:18
zulDaviey: serenity now!13:19
Davieyzul, o rly :)13:19
ttxDaviey: I get everything registered on i38613:19
Davieyttx, I'm going to spin a new install, amd64....13:19
ttxDaviey: (with duplicate messages in registration.log, one success 1 fail for each)13:20
ttxtrying to run an instance for kicks13:20
zulDaviey: serenity now....insanity later13:20
Davieyttx, I'm wondering if a depends has changed recently, and only amd64 has been accepted into the archive; or it FTBFS13:20
Davieyguessing WHICH depends is fun.13:20
ttxDaviey: comparing ISO contents since Friday will help13:21
ttxif only we kept that ISO on cdimage13:22
* Daviey raises again that snapshot archive would really help in this instance.13:22
Davieyttx, I can look through ubuntu-changes13:22
ttxWas your Friday test an amd64 one ?13:22
Davieyyes.. i generally hammer amd64 more.13:24
ttxok. so it would truly be a recent regression, or just a flaky thing we were all lucky with13:24
* ttx looks up ubuntu-changes as well13:25
Davieynah, we've ruled out luck i feel13:25
DavieyCarlos, or me didn't discover this sooner13:25
ttxnothing jumps out in maverick-changes13:29
ttxhggdh: ping us when around, we could use another pair of eyes reproducing those13:38
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PrestonConnorsHello, I am trying to get unattended-upgrades to NOT install and only notify me of packages that are available for upgrade via E-Mail. I noticed the option APT::Periodic::Unattended-Upgrade "1";  in /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/10periodic via Google searching but this is not an option in my installations of Ubuntu 10.04; what does APT::Periodic::Unattended-Upgrade "1"; do and if I set it to 0 will it NOT install updates and still notify 13:58
hggdhttx: ping14:13
hggdhttx: I have an idea re bug 62796314:15
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 627963 in eucalyptus "CC doesn't start correctly, CLC struggles with certificates" [Critical,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62796314:15
ttxhggdh: cool14:16
hggdhttx: for a topo1,under /var/lib/eucalyptus/keys, you will find *both* the certs *and* a directory named after your CC14:17
hggdhttx: try replacing either one of the set of certificates. I did it the hard way, and it worked14:18
hggdhttx: somebody seemgly changed the places for (some of) the certificates14:18
* ttx will try again14:19
hggdhttx: hard way == replace the /var/lib/eucalyptus/<Cluster Name> certs on all machines14:20
ttxhggdh: is this a random error ? Or you always run into it ?14:21
ttxjust wondering why I'm the first one to see it, on D-1 for beta release14:22
ttxreinstalling amd64 UEC rig14:22
hggdhttx: this is new on ubuntu2, I think, did not run on it before14:26
* hggdh is also starting from scratch14:26
hggdhI will try it, but without dacing around like the first time14:27
marek_hi, i have a problem with proxy, i need to do the same thing as mentioned here http://serverfault.com/questions/140125/port-to-subdomain - so i added apache modules and addedd vhosts file, but it is still not working, i even tried to edit proxy.conf to enable "Allow from all" for proxies, but still no luck, how can i debug this problem?14:28
ttxhggdh: I see nothing in -ubuntu2 diff that would be relevant14:31
hggdhttx: I am not saying it was a change with 0ubunut2, I said this was new on 0ubuntu2... I sure as hell did not have it before, and just got it now14:34
hggdhttx: but I am still about 20 minutes from finisheing the CLC/CC/SC/Walrus reinstall14:35
ttxhggdh: if you can document a workaround on the bug, that would be great (and lower it to High from Critical)14:35
hggdhttx: I will confirm the workaround and lower the importance -- if it actually works, of course --14:36
* hggdh wonders how much was luck14:36
ttxI might get there before you do14:36
hggdhheh. The race is on ;-)14:37
hggdhttx: one thing I *should* have done was to openssl x509 -text the certs (I am not sure the certs are in x509)14:38
hggdhso replace x509 by whatever format needed14:38
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ttxhggdh: copied keys to <clustername>, retsrtaed eucalyptus14:50
ttxand now I have a cc.log14:50
hggdhttx: I can confirm that /var/lib/eucalyptus/keys/cluster-cert.pem and /var/lib/eucalyptus/keys/<clustername>/cluster-cert.pem are different14:58
ttxhggdh: amd64/all-in-one unblocked, installing NC now14:59
ttxlet's see if I hit bug 628055 now15:00
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 628055 in eucalyptus "Instances don't go to "running" state: Security Labeling error running aa_change_profile()" [Critical,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62805515:00
ttxhggdh: does that one ring a bell ? ^15:00
\shmaswan, ping your problem with the new hp blade series G7 and the new broadcom chipsets...I'll visit tomorrow the testlab of HP Germany...I want to test jaunty, lucid and maverick...anything else I shoud  pay attention to when testing the setups?15:02
hggdhttx: no, it does not. I never saw this error...15:04
ttxhggdh: was on my i386 test, which for some reason avoided that certificate thing15:05
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hggdhttx: weird is that I installed, and I *do* have a cc.log15:11
hggdhttx: but the registration.log shows the error, OK15:12
ttxhggdh: no15:12
ttxhggdh: the registration.log shows a different error15:12
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 628025 in eucalyptus "Duplicate registration tries show up in registration.log" [Low,Confirmed]15:12
ttxthat oe is unrelated imo15:13
maswan\sh: Hm. Not really, that I can think of. Hm. It is sometime non-trivial to get bios and grub to agree which boot device is which if you have a storage blade, but you might not have that configuration.15:13
ttxhggdh: so if you have a cc.log, it's probably a lucky strike15:13
\shmaswan, no simple 465G715:14
hggdhttx: so... it might be with us for some time now15:14
hggdhttx: I still do not understand why the two different sets of cluster-cert.pem. Ah well, I will go ahead and install the NCs, and see what happens15:16
uvirtbotNew bug: #628109 in krb5 (main) "package libgssapi-krb5-2 1.8.1 dfsg-2ubuntu0.2 failed to install/upgrade: il sottoprocesso dpkg-deb --control ha restituito lo stato di errore 2" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62810915:16
maswan\sh: I've found that on just normal boots, adding crc32c to /etc/modules brings up the network interfaces fast, as a workaround.15:17
maswan\sh: but that doesn't help the installer15:17
ttxhggdh: I could run an instance on amd64, once I applied your workaround15:17
\shmaswan, hmm..what das crc32c do? ;)15:17
ttxso I didn't hit the instance running bug15:17
maswan\sh: It's a dependancy of the bnx2x module15:17
ttxlowering prio since it may be a one-off or a i386-specific bug15:18
maswan\sh: but somehow indirect, for some reason15:18
\shmaswan, hmm..kernel module bug ?15:18
maswan\sh: Well, it does get loaded eventually (at first it didn't, that's a separate bug that got fixed)15:18
maswanor if it wasn't included in the install initrd or something. I forget, this was karmic alpha time, so it's a bit hazy now. :)15:19
ttxhggdh: so let me get this straight. You started from scratch and ended up with an install that had a cc.log after registration, and no certificate errors in cloud-output.log ?15:19
ttx(on amd64 ?)15:19
\shmaswan, well, I will see tomorrow :)15:19
\shmaswan, thx for the infos15:19
maswan\sh: It's quite easy to see if it hangs for several minutes when detecting netowrk hardware, at least. :)15:21
hggdhttx: correct, on amd64. Previous install (and first on 0ubuntu2) failed wit the cert errors15:21
ttxok, so it's probably not arch-related15:21
\shmaswan, hehe...yeah :)15:21
ttxI suspect some kind of race15:21
hggdhyes. The certs for the cluster seem to be created dinamically15:22
ttxlike if cluster shows up before the CLC created the certs15:22
hggdhttx: er15:22
ttxi386 being utterly slower avoids that issue more often15:22
hggdhttx: I see this http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/486780/ at about the time the cluster certs are being/have been created15:23
ttxnot sure I'm any wiser now15:25
* ttx will try his 5th (and hopefully last) UEc install of the day, i386 to confirm/deny bug 62805515:26
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 628055 in eucalyptus "Instances don't go to "running" state: Security Labeling error running aa_change_profile()" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62805515:26
ttxeveryone: don't forget to do ISO testing today, see http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/build/ubuntuserver/all15:30
hggdhttx: should we open a bug for this http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/486808/16:15
hggdhttx: I do not see it really as a problem, seems to be just lack of support for IPv616:15
ttxhggdh: yes, it's slightly different from bug 62802516:16
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 628025 in eucalyptus "Duplicate registration tries show up in registration.log" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62802516:16
ttxhggdh: please do16:16
ttx(Low, confirmed, since I hit it too)16:16
hggdhttx: ack16:19
hggdhDaviey: 09:52:23 ERROR [SystemUtil:Thread-33] com.eucalyptus.util.ExecutionException: ///usr/lib/eucalyptus/euca_rootwrap vgscan  error: ERROR: Disallowed command vgscan16:19
sorenhttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/maverick/+queue?queue_state=0&queue_text=swift  \o/16:23
ttxsmoser: are you going to run the ec2 instances autotest ?16:27
smoseri'm running.16:28
smoserthey're mostly finished, just wating on availability in ap-southeast16:28
smoserfor amd6416:28
ttxsmoser: also if you have a working UEC[tm], could you cover the cloud images ?16:28
smoseri have a working-ish uec.16:28
smoser(one with local hacks, ie to fix the console output bug)16:28
ttxthat will do :)16:28
smoserbut i can try to run them here.16:28
hggdhoh. yes, the console-output bug... let me see how the current euca is faring16:29
ttxmathiaz, SpamapS, hallyn, kirkland, zul: I trust you're going to cover the remaining cases16:29
zulttx: yep16:30
ttxFrom where I stand, I think we are good for server ISO and cloud images. For UEC we need to investigate the issues to come up with good release notes16:30
ttxthat's what hggdh, Daviey and me are trying to cover16:30
kickingintenderi wanna know is it easy to install xserver for ubuntu server16:32
hggdhttx: heh. I restarted Eucalyptus, and now I *do* get the certificate thingy16:33
ttxyou mean it's not even a one-time fix :)16:34
hggdhso... I am betting there is some sort of fall-back/timing where euca relies on the ./keys/*.pem until ./keys/clustername> is created16:34
hggdhno, I had not fixed it yet16:34
hggdhthere was *no* problem... until I restarted16:35
* ttx wonders if upstream tests the topology 116:35
ttxhggdh: maybe they don't, and maybe we shouldn't16:35
hggdhI will fix it, and then restart the beast again16:35
ttxhggdh: did you have the chance to run topology2 ?16:35
hggdhttx: no, this is a good fit for small deployments16:35
ttxhggdh: it's important for demo/eval purposes, yes16:36
ttxhggdh: but if they don't support it, we should not either16:36
hggdhttx: question for them on next go-around16:36
uvirtbotNew bug: #628145 in eucalyptus (main) "Eucalyptus does not understand IPv6" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62814516:37
hggdhttx: but yes, I agree now16:37
kickingintenderhow to install x11 for ubuntu server from command line16:37
kickingintenderi mean gui16:37
ttxkickingintender: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop ?16:37
hggdhkickingintender: it is a standard X, so you just apt-get install <whatever X you want>16:37
hggdhlike apt-get install ubuntu-desktop16:38
hggdhor apt-get install xubuntu-desktop16:38
hallynttx: 'upgrade test' i assum emenas install lucid, and then upgrade to maverick?16:39
kickingintenderso really with x == is it equals to ubuntu desktop16:39
hggdhhallyn: yes16:39
hggdhkickingintender: no X != ubuntu-desktop16:39
hallynstill trying to find the 'non-uec beta test' on the tracker...16:39
ttxhallyn: http://testcases.qa.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/ServerUpgrade16:39
hggdhubuntu-desktop carries X16:39
ttxhallyn: referenced from http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/result/4484/19216:40
hallynttx: yes, it doesn't say "start with lucid" though...16:40
hallynwanted to be sure :)16:40
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ttxhallyn: that should be it :)16:40
ttxDaviey: when you come back: please confirm/reproduce the issues we already found... forward upstream... and maybe propose a releasenote text on the bugs16:50
Davieyttx, ack16:56
Davieyttx, oddly, on install #3 - reboot worked :S16:59
ttxDaviey: ...17:00
Daviey(on both boxes)17:00
Davieyttx,  eucalyptus-cloud is still hammering17:01
uvirtbotNew bug: #628174 in nis (universe) "ypbind man page does not document -p switch" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62817417:06
slacan someone help me with dbconfig-common and aptitude? trying to install phpmyadmin/mantis/mediawiki etc.. all failing to create a database on installation. although i'm sure the mysql root password i provide works17:08
slabeen trying it for 3 hours now, driving me crazy :S17:08
hallynok whoever decided that it might be ok for an update to reset the 'don't suspend on lid close' setting should die a slow painful death17:09
slaall i get from /var/log/dbconfig-common/dbc.log is: ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: YES).17:10
slaunable to connect to mysql server.17:10
* hggdh tries to repeat the bypass for the changed certificates, and instead opens the door to the Labyrinth :-(17:10
Davieyhggdh, https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/eucalyptus/+bug/627963/comments/1117:19
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 627963 in eucalyptus "[maverick] Inconsistent certificates prevent CC to start correctly (no cc.log)" [High,Confirmed]17:19
kpettitCan anybody recommend a desktop search that doesn't suck up to many resources.17:24
kpettitBeen trying tracker, but it sucks.  Even when it's not indexing the tracker-store sucks up 1/2 my memory.17:24
kpettitI've got 500k - 750k files to go though and search on.17:25
\sh./dev/brain and a good directory structure ;)17:25
hggdhDaviey: yes... and I installed topo1, everything fine. restarted eucalyptus, bang!17:26
Davieyhggdh, *sigh*... things were looking so good.17:26
hggdhDaviey: yeah :-(17:27
kpettit \sh, be easier if I had that choice.  I have a mess of files I'm cleaning up.17:28
hggdhDaviey: did you see my ping about vgscan?17:28
Davieyhggdh, no ;/17:28
hggdhwrappers.conf lost the vgscan entry17:28
padhu! $sudo apt-get install lamp-server^ ; in this command, why '^' is needed? what it say?17:28
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)17:28
kpettitI'm trying to get to the point where it will be orginized, but I'm dealing with what I have.  A search would make things easier rather than manually sifting through things.  Meta data helps that as well17:28
hggdhDaviey: wrappers.conf lost the vgscan entry17:29
Davieyhggdh, interesting... when did that happen!?17:29
hggdhDaviey: I do not know, just saw the error on 0ubuntu2, did not have time to look at the bzr17:29
hggdhDaviey: and, since on 2.0 we default to iSCSI...17:29
Davieyhggdh, thanks for raising this.. i'll fix it in bzr17:30
hggdhDaviey: my pleasure17:32
hggdhoh, this does not really sound correct17:32
hggdhthere is no pleasure in finding yet another issue17:35
Davieyhggdh, Hmm.. are you sure vgscan was ever in wrappers.conf?17:44
hggdhDaviey: at least up to 2.0, yes -- it was required on 1.617:46
uvirtbotNew bug: #625882 in libdbi (main) "libdbi0: ABI breakage without package name change" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62588217:46
Davieyhggdh, hmm... vgscan isn't in current lucid17:52
hggdhDaviey: weird18:07
hggdhthen it must have been added for 2.0 (I remember Neil stating the code was re-written/factored), and I got confused18:08
hggdhDaviey: I indeed think I was worng, and vgscan is new on 2.018:10
hggdhDaviey: want a new bug for it?18:11
uvirtbotNew bug: #628220 in clamav (main) "package clamav-base 0.96.1+dfsg-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62822018:11
the_filehi im trying to boot 15 computers into a simple dos program thats actually under 1 megabyte in size, and I want this to be done thru network boot, so I want to set up a machine with linux on it, but don't know a thing about network booting.18:14
the_filewas wondering how to set up network boot and utilize ubuntu as the server to boot the machines into a dos program18:14
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hggdhttx, Daviey: can you search your euca logs for "auth.login.AuthenticationException"?18:28
the_filedoes ubuntu server come with x?.18:42
the_filewant to use kde or gnome18:42
the_filewith it18:42
ScottKIt's not in the default install, but you can add it easiily enough.18:43
hallynzul: feh!  i'm trying again cause i may have messed it up, but lucid->mav upgrade test seemed unhappy with mysql18:44
zulunhappy how?18:44
hallynzul: near the end of the dist-upgrade, it hung (until i ctrl-c'd) on replacing mysql configuration files18:45
zulhmmm...ok ill have to look18:45
the_fileis there a package that I can download for the ubuntu server that will automatically configure network booting?.18:47
zulthe_file: no there isnt you might to check google18:49
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Davieyhggdh, not seeing it :/19:24
hallynzul: i shouldn't have to configure mysql before doing dist-upgrade right?19:25
uvirtbotNew bug: #572635 in postfix (main) "package postfix 2.7.0-1 failed to install/upgrade:" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/57263519:27
kirklandsmoser: howdy!19:39
kirklandsmoser: can you take a look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Euca2oolsTestCoverage19:39
kirklandsmoser: any of those gaps on the right you can help test easily against your UEC?19:39
smoserwell, not *right now*.19:40
smosergive me maybe an hour19:40
kirklandsmoser: sure, that's fine19:40
hggdhDaviey, ttx: the certificate issue happens on every reboot19:41
Davieyhggdh, interesting19:45
* Daviey suspects code left somewhere it shouldn't have been during refactoring19:46
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hggdhDaviey: I also opened bug 628291 for vgscan19:51
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 628291 in eucalyptus "wrappers.conf is missing vgscan, seemgly new addtion to 2.0" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62829119:51
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hallynzul: well i'ts doing better so far - last time the first hint of trouble was at the libc upgrade, when it restarted mysql for the nss update, i think it had said it failed to restart mysql20:26
zulhallyn: gah...ill an update for myself tomorrow20:32
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OverandIs there a "right" way to add a new software-RAID device to ubuntu server 10.04 - not a fresh install.21:03
Overandi.e. I read that the installer uses udev rather than mdadm - and i know *nothing* about this, and wasn't able to really track it down via docs.  I've always used an mdadm.conf type setup21:03
kirklandttx: around?21:44
elv2I have a problem with SVN and apache, and the workaround is to delete or rename libc6-i686. Is this safe as my servers shows uname -m i686?21:58
smoserkirkland, i can make a pass at that stuff tomorrow.22:01
smoserbeen bogged today with ec2 testing22:01
kirklandsmoser: okay22:01
smoserhave o run now.22:01
kirklandsmoser: yeah, i'm iso testing now too22:01
ikarHey, whats the command for "sftp" upload a directory?22:03
ikarnevermind, i found out22:07
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qman__Overand, the installer uses udev for hardware, but mdadm for software RAID22:23
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TakyojiAny have specific webserver hardening suggestions, such as Single Packet Authentication, basic blacklisting scripts, security modules, chroot for Apache, etc? Anyone used grsecurity before?22:40
stlsaintTakyoji: iptables, fail2ban and deny.hosts :D22:44
stlsaintTakyoji: grsecurity is nice but is mainly used a larger scale than home use (if your thinking of making a home server)22:45
stlsaintTakyoji: also if remote managment go with openssh with key authentication22:45
TakyojiIt's intended for a public webserver hosted on Linode22:45
Takyojibecause I'm intending on my making a public service, rather than using it for personal use.22:49
keesTakyoji: I recommend using AppArmor to isolate each of your virtual hosts.23:03
keesTakyoji: and to use 64bit23:03
TakyojiYes, I have a 64-bit installation23:05
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hallynSpamapS: regarding bug 625882, can i set the one against rrdtool to same status as the libdbi one?23:33
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 625882 in libdbi "libdbi0: ABI breakage without package name change" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62588223:33
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SpamapShallyn: I'll be moving them to In Progress as I work on them. I'd set them to Confirmed myself, but its probably best if others take a look at them and agree that they're Confirmed/Triaged...23:35
hallynSpamapS: i'm just sayin',23:36
hallynyou set it to the one affected proj, but not the other,23:36
hallynso iw asn't sure if the other was invalid23:36
SpamapSright because I haven't started on the fix in rrdtool yet23:36
SpamapSit has to be fixed in all the rdepends on libdbi23:36
SpamapSSo probably "Triaged" if you agree that it does need to be fixed. ;)23:36
hallynSpamapS: maybe i'll just leave it alone then :)23:37
SpamapSThese are pretty low hanging, easy bugs so it would be cool if some aspiring community members picked them up and fixed them. :)23:37
hallynSpamapS: maybe we need some blogging to encourage community to pick up bugs23:37
hallynSpamapS: was just doing my triaging and wondering why that one was hanging23:38
SpamapShallyn: I think its worthwhile for you to set them to Triaged. The process of reviewing the bug report is important to make sure I'm not just cowboying it in. ;)23:38
hallynset both to triaged?23:38
SpamapSno, the New one23:38
SpamapSThats the only reason its showing in the untriaged list23:38
SpamapSWhoever gets to triage tomorrow will probably see it again with a few more packages added. :)23:39
SpamapSso maybe leave a good comment explaining our conversation. :)23:39
hallyn\o/ :)23:39
SpamapSjus thro ya slashes in tha ayre .. 'n wave 'em like ya jus don care23:40
hallynyup, it's EOD and getting a little silly :)23:41
hallynSpamapS: zul: you know what'd be useful?  a locale hook that auto-creates an english version of all logs23:43
hallyncause there are two bugs i can't make heads or tails of :)23:43
SpamapStranslate.google.com :)23:44
hallyngoogle doesn't like me ever since i turned on noscript23:45
SpamapShallyn: still chugging away with the transmeta eh? ;)23:46
hallynSpamapS: lol, no, i couldn't run firefox at all on that23:46
SpamapShallyn: why turn off scripts? its pretty much the only sane way to make web apps.23:47
hallynbc i dont' trust your webapps23:47
hallyni turn them on when i actually want them23:47
hallyn(noscript is plenty flexible to make that feasible - else i wouldn't do it)23:48
SpamapSThe backend stuff is way more scary than the frontend stuff these days.23:48
SpamapSSo many SQL injection attacks and just plain bad admin passwords.. I think XSS hacks get all the press, but breaches on the backend are the ones that will get your data.23:49

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