clustywonder how long will it take to resize an ntfs disk from 1.2TB to 1TB00:25
monokromeDepends on the disk00:25
monokromeand the machine, of course00:25
e_t_And how full the disk is.00:27
monokromeThat's what this meant: < monokrome> Depends on the disk00:27
e_t_Oh. I interpreted that as disk type, rotation speed, interface, etc.00:28
monokromeYes, all of that + data.00:28
clustyclose to empty00:28
clusty3 disk raid 500:28
monokromeThen not too long.00:28
monokromeMaybe longer if it's a raid stripe.00:28
monokromeSoftware raid or hardware raid?00:28
monokromeNot too long.00:29
monokromeAssuming it really is almost empty, and it's a decent machine00:29
clustymore than decent machine, 30% ish empty00:29
clustyi mean full00:29
monokromeBasically it depends on how much data needs to be physically moved00:30
clustystrange thing is that last time it took like 12h00:30
clustyto  move it by 2MB00:30
clustycause there is a bug in parted00:30
clustythat stuff is not aligned to sector on creation00:30
clustybut is alligned when moving00:30
clustyWAS bug00:31
clustythe latest parted bootable CD fixes it00:31
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arrrghhhhey all.  trying to figure out the best way to get a random selection of music onto my SD card... what would be the best method?02:25
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intel352hey guys, i'm having trouble with bash history in ubuntu server03:21
intel352it was working fine, but as of past day or two, history shows a ton of the same 2 commands, repeated03:21
intel352ls -al (repeated many times), then exit (repeated many times003:22
arrrghhh...and you didn't do that a whole bunch?03:22
intel352and if i type a new command, execute, then scroll back, it's not there03:22
intel352so it's like a ton of the same command was recorded, then it stopped recording?03:22
intel352i'm going to restart, see if that clears up anything03:23
intel352restart the server that is03:23
arrrghhhi was going to say what's in .bash_history03:24
intel352it's back up. bash history shows the same03:25
intel352looks like every command, it may still be recording, but then it appends a list of commands after?03:25
intel352so at least now it's recording, but then after cmd recording, appends the old junk03:26
arrrghhhi don't think cron would dump crap in there...03:26
arrrghhhperhaps cron jobs run as your user...?03:26
intel352was at 1464 cmds, run a cmd, it increments a bit over 100 cmds :-)   using the ls -al & exit03:26
arrrghhhhave you checked your cron?03:26
intel352possible, checking03:27
intel352have svn up, rsync, and some stats tracking cmds in cron03:28
intel352and this shows the same pattern after each cmd i enter, does ls -al (ad nauseum), then exit (ad nauseum)03:29
arrrghhhi'm not calling you a liar03:30
arrrghhhi just don't know03:30
arrrghhhcron was my best bet03:30
arrrghhhi've never heard of that.03:31
intel352what's more interesting, is .bash_history actually doesn't match history output03:31
intel352history output shows the pattern i described03:31
intel352bash history just shows tons of exits as remaining03:31
intel352with the same timestamp03:31
intel352and no new cmds logged03:32
intel352it's probably a bad config setting somewhere :-\03:33
arrrghhhi uh... am not that much of a linux guru :P03:34
intel352haha, i'm typically decent, but not a guru either :-)03:34
arrrghhhi actually came in here for help on something stupid that i can't wrap my head around lol.03:34
intel352what's your issue?03:34
arrrghhhtrying to figure out how to fill an sd card with random songs from my 'music' folder haha03:35
arrrghhhi was hoping for a command03:35
arrrghhhsince all the music is on the server anyways.03:35
intel352i would think that would be a better question for standard #ubuntu, as they'd have more experience doing media. just mention that you need a cli cmd :-)03:36
arrrghhhi did03:37
arrrghhhand i'm learning about awk03:37
arrrghhhwhich i've heard of before, but honestly never used.03:37
intel352awk, ack (ack-grep), and sed are 3 powerful commands that are good to familiarize with03:38
intel352and find03:38
arrrghhhi've worked with sed03:38
arrrghhhbut usually when people much smarter than i give me the command lol03:38
intel352i usually don't branch outside of sed's straight string replacement03:38
intel352but i know it's more powerful than what i use it for :-D03:39
arrrghhhoh yea.03:39
arrrghhhone of the dudes i work with is a perl master.03:39
arrrghhhhe's saved me SO much time.03:39
intel352haha, nice :-D03:40
arrrghhhjust wish i knew half the crap he does.  i try to learn it, but i don't use it all that often.03:41
intel352having reason to use it is the only good way to learn03:41
arrrghhhi'm usually not doing things on such a big scale that require scripting crap out.  especially for stuff at home...03:41
intel352hehe, exactly03:42
arrrghhhyea... no better motivation than necessity.03:42
arrrghhhi just need to buy a buch of o'reilly books haha03:44
arrrghhhget a kindle or freakin get them on my phone so i can just read!03:44
intel352and then find the time to read :-D03:44
arrrghhhthose books always have the most messed up covers.03:44
intel352then find a way to apply it03:45
arrrghhhhaha seriously.03:45
ubottuThe official ubuntu support channel is #ubuntu. Also see http://ubuntu.com/support and http://ubuntuforums.org03:49
ubottuEnd-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades03:49
uvirtbotNew bug: #634671 in apache2 (main) "package apache2.2-common 2.2.14-5ubuntu8 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63467105:36
MTecknology!info nginx05:42
ubottunginx (source: nginx): small, but very powerful and efficient web server and mail proxy. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.7.65-1ubuntu2 (lucid), package size 327 kB, installed size 800 kB05:42
MTecknology!info nginx maverick05:42
ubottunginx (source: nginx): small, but very powerful and efficient web server and mail proxy. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.7.67-3ubuntu1 (maverick), package size 332 kB, installed size 808 kB05:42
uvirtbotNew bug: #628328 in eucalyptus "euca_conf --register-cluster is not idempotent" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62832810:17
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Pupeno[work]How do I scp preserving symlinks?10:27
Baylestry tar10:28
Baylestar without -h10:28
joschior rsync with --links10:29
eferrois there a "elegant" solution to use iproute2 (instead of network/interfaces, ifconfig, etc) for ubuntu-server network config?10:43
joschieferro: you can use `ip` on the up, down, preup, postdown etc. hooks in /etc/network/interfaces10:49
joschieferro: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/lucid/en/man5/interfaces.5.html#toptoc210:51
eferrojoschi, yes, but can I put the IP address only at the hooks???10:54
joschieferro:  hm, you could try it10:54
joschieferro: what do you want to achieve anyway?10:56
eferrojoschi, As far as I know (all my tests fails) It is not possible to avoid to put the IP addresss....10:56
eferrojoschi, because we develop some kind of appliances and have a cisco like CLI, and the commands are more similar to ip route2 commands, so If there is an "elegant" way to do integrate this I avoid to develop all the code to parse/change the network/interfaces ....10:58
tdnI have a web server at my home network behind NAT. When I download something from the webserver from inside the local network, I cannot download more than my internet upstream. So it seems that traffic is routed out of my local network, to my ISP and back again. How do I fix this? I assume this happens, because domain names resolve to my server's public IP instead of the local IP. But shouldn't there be some way to configure NAT to handle this?11:46
uvirtbotNew bug: #634815 in samba (main) "package samba-common 2:3.4.7~dfsg-1ubuntu3.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63481512:01
uvirtbotNew bug: #634839 in postfix (main) "package postfix 2.7.0-1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63483912:41
Error404NotFoundhow can i list activated plugins for php?12:43
twbError404NotFound: execute a page that calls phpinfo()?12:52
Error404NotFoundtwb, hmmm, ok, i was more sort of looking for a commandline method12:53
twbYou can execute PHP from the command line12:53
twbecho '<?php phpinfo() ?>' | ssh fs php-cgi12:54
twbGods, I got a lot of information out of that considering I don't have root on that host...12:54
eferrothe event of  network card cable unplugged or plugged seems to be detected by ifup/ifdown... so, have any sense to continue using ifplugd at Lucid server???13:00
twbeferro: I don't believe you13:02
twbeferro: add a line like "post-up date -Iseconds >/tmp/stamp", then see if "stamp" changes as you un/plug the cable13:02
twb(Unless you're running NM or something, in which case all bets are off.)13:03
eferrotwb, I test this yesterday and it seems to work... I'll retest... (I think I have ifplugd stoped, but maybe I have some trouble with the test)... I will retest13:06
twbSee, I basically have that problem with a USB wifi device that keeps resetting itself13:06
twbMy lucid system is too retarded to "ifdown wlan0; ifup wlan0" each time13:07
twbifdown --allow=hotplug, that is.  You know, the thing that /lib/udev/net.agent is supposed to do13:07
uvirtbotNew bug: #634861 in qemu-kvm (main) "USB not working, because usbfs is removed from kernel" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63486113:11
fabianhowardhi, what is the name of the program that can output keyboard commands to multiple shells, at the same time please?13:55
uvirtbotNew bug: #634905 in tftp-hpa (main) "/etc/init.d/tftpd-hpa lacks quotes after OPTIONS=" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63490513:56
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MTecknologyI'm getting a crap ton of these messages.. Any ideas what's up?  Sep  9 09:19:17 repono kernel: [1968114.370179] type=1503 audit(1284041957.919:16436):  operation="rename_src" pid=7863 parent=939 profile="/usr/sbin/smbd" requested_mask="r::" denied_mask="r::" fsuid=0 ouid=0 name="/var/log/samba/log.adam-pc"14:07
MTecknologythe denied part makes me think this is why a user is fighting the samba shares..14:07
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reggihello is anyone on here?15:29
Neotericanyone do ec2 ebs backed instances that *don't* have a load that jumps to 10.00?15:31
reggiI don't know what you're talking about Neoteric15:31
reggiNeoteric, I don't think anyone else is online15:34
Neotericreggi: when i spin up any of the mekrat or lucid ami's and then install say postgres the load immediately jumps to something pretty high15:34
Neotericand then stays there for ever15:34
reggidoes it effect the other running services Neoteric ?15:35
Neotericerr... this is all on amazon ec215:35
Neotericreggi: yes, badly15:35
reggioh I've never used amazon15:36
Neotericthere's an open bug about this15:36
Neotericreggi: so i was hoping to jump in here and hope that someone else had figured out a good work around for this bug15:36
Neotericotherwise i have to create an ami w/ a karmic kernel running lucid userspace15:36
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reggiNeoteric, yeah usually there is at least 1 or 2 folks experienced enough to help15:37
reggibut it looks like they've all gone to the pub!15:37
NeotericI want beer15:37
reggii have beer!15:37
reggihey Neoteric do you know much about bind?15:38
Neotericreggi: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-on-ec2/+bug/57491015:39
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 574910 in linux-ec2 "High load averages on Lucid while idling" [Undecided,In progress]15:39
Neotericreggi: enough to know i hate using bind and have instead started to use unbound or powerdns15:39
Neotericpowerdns sorta is overkill unbound is better15:39
reggiunbound you say...15:39
reggii might have to check it out15:40
Neotericreggi: it's like the nginx of dns servers15:40
reggioh i don't know nginx15:40
zulDaviey, ping15:40
reggii'm a noob to linux15:40
reggibut i'm just trying to share my 3G internet connection to my network15:40
reggii've configured DHCP using dhcp315:41
Neotericoh you just want a baby dns server15:41
regginow all I need to setup is a dns server so my other machines on the network will automatically get the dns15:41
Neotericuh use pfsense15:42
reggipfsense you say15:42
reggiwait isnt that like a firewall?15:42
Neotericit has everything you want and you can stop putting the peices togetehr individually15:42
reggihmm i will check it out then.15:42
reggiisn't pfsense based on bsd?15:42
Neotericgets job done15:43
reggiit can be installed on ubuntu?15:43
Neotericotherwise you just want to do a simple dns forwarder15:43
Neotericand that's litterally one line in bind915:43
reggii think that is what I'm after then.15:44
reggiyou know what would I google to get the 'how to'?15:44
Neotericpay attention to the line that says forwarders {;;; }15:45
reggitnx loolking15:45
Neotericor some such15:45
loolnot yet king15:45
ScottKNeoteric: Please have a look at the Ubuntu server guide (see /topic) and see if it provides sufficient advice for this case.  We'd be interested in knowing what's missing from the maintained documentation that you recommend external sources of information instead.15:46
Neotericreggi: also i believe this is what dnsmasq was for15:46
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NeotericScottK: no there's an open bug and i'm just hoping that someone in here has fixed the issue cause all i really want is lucid userspace https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-on-ec2/+bug/57491015:48
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 574910 in linux-ec2 "High load averages on Lucid while idling" [Undecided,In progress]15:48
ScottKNeoteric: I was referring to the advice you just gave reggi.  I've no idea about ec2 stuff.15:48
NeotericScottK: well reggi is no longer an issue it seems15:50
ScottKRight.  Still interested in if the docs can be improved.15:51
NeotericScottK: oh that's simple "docs always can be improved"15:53
NeotericScottK: but nope. you're right https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/dns-configuration.html has exactly what reggi needed15:54
ScottKNeoteric: In the future, it'd be nice to point people at the maintained docs.15:55
NeotericScottK: don't tell me what to do, i'm an american15:56
joschiScottK: so Neoteric wants to ram democracy down our throats[tm]!15:58
ScottKjoschi: That's not helping.15:58
joschiScottK: it's not hurting either15:58
ScottKYeah.  It is.15:59
dragon`hey guys, is there a way to limit ssh connections from the internet to only a single user?15:59
pmatulisdragon`: sure15:59
pmatulisAllowUsers parameter in sshd_config15:59
dragon`pmatulis, so its 'AllowUsers dragon' in my sshd_config? like this it will only allow ssh from the user dragon and no one else?16:02
Neotericdragon`: after you restart the sshd, yes.16:02
dragon`cool.. this will affect local ssh connections too?16:03
dragon`i mean from the local network not the local machine16:03
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Neotericdragon: this will affect all connections local or otherwise after you restart16:06
pmatulisdragon`: are you asking whether connections will be dropped?16:09
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tdnI have a web server at my home network behind NAT. When I download something from the webserver from inside the local network, I cannot download more than my internet upstream. So it seems that traffic is routed out of my local network, to my ISP and back again. How do I fix this? I assume this happens, because domain names resolve to my server's public IP instead of the local IP. But shouldn't there be some way to configure NAT to handle this?16:32
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dragon`Neoteric, pmatulis, no, im asking if it will affect all connections after sshd restart and Neoteric answered that.. but hmm isnt there a way to allow any user to login localy? and use that with connections from outside the local network16:36
dragon`what i want is to allow only 1 user to ssh to ubuntu from outside the network, im still reading the man on sshd_config to find out if its possible and how16:37
pmatulisthe above doesn't make sense to me16:47
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NotscapeHi, is there a special channel on server clustering, ha, lvs ?17:38
Notscapehi Bayles . . me again :p17:40
Notscapepatdk-wk: thanks but that channels seems to be only for heartbeat . . my question points more to lvs than to ha17:42
SpamapShmm.. should Ubuntu-Server subscribe to bugs for lvm2? Its getting no triage these days.. seems rather fundamental to servers.17:42
zulSpamapS: no thats foundations17:43
patdk-wkNotscape, according to the lvs website, #linux-ha is the channel17:43
SpamapSzul: seems like foundations needs some triage help.17:45
zulSpamapS: i bet they would love it17:45
SpamapSwhoa.. server team has 18 untriaged... we need help too17:46
* SpamapS gets a-triagin17:46
zulSpamapS: wha?17:46
smosermathiaz, your puppet should be fixed in maverick images now, right ?17:49
mathiazsmoser: absolutely!17:49
mathiazsmoser: works like a charm!!! :)17:49
smoseri'm glad you caught that and sorry i didn't test it.17:50
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uvirtbotNew bug: #635147 in mysql-5.1 (main) "mysqld crashed with SIGSEGV" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63514718:31
SpamapSsmoser: you ever install cloud-init on a regular server?19:05
smosergenerally no.19:06
smosernow is where you tell me it deleted your dat19:06
smoseror that you cant boot19:06
SpamapSI did on accident, then rebooted.. now I'm spinning forever on a DataSourceEc2 error19:06
SpamapSshouldn't it give up at some point?19:06
smoserit wont be forever.19:06
SpamapScouple days maybe?19:07
SpamapSbeen going for a few minutes now.. :-P19:07
SpamapStrying to boot in recovery mode... :-P19:08
smoserwait considerably longer (1050 seconds) for metadata service to come up19:08
smoserthats 1050 seconds + connection timeout19:08
SpamapSugh thats 15+ minutes ;)19:08
smoseryes. i had made it shorter at some point.19:09
smoserand the eucalyptus folks cried foul19:09
smoserit was like 30 seconds, but there were times when it would time out before the MD would come up19:09
SpamapSI guess there's no way to detect, on install, that you're installing cloud-init on a non VM..19:09
SpamapSwhy doesn't eucalyptus make sure the metadata service is up before they spawn vms?19:10
smoseri dont know. you'd think so.19:10
smoserwe used to see similar issues on ec219:10
smoserbut they've seemingly fixed things19:11
smoserso, yeah, the issue is that there is no way to determine "am I on ec2" easily19:11
smoseri guess i could put a dpkg config option19:11
* SpamapS fires up a maverick micro instance and forgets about his local server vm19:11
smoserand ask you "Hi, do you want to wait 20 minutes every boot?"19:11
SpamapSwhat about.. 300 seconds?19:12
smoseri should do that. you want to open a bug ?19:12
smoseri know its hard to believe19:12
smoserbut seriously, there are times when the MD woudl appear after like 10 minutes19:12
SpamapSright, I think I'd rather have all my VM's fail to boot in that span.. but thats just me19:13
SpamapSMost people don't install cloud-init right, its just on VMs or not.19:13
SpamapSso not sure if debconf is the answer here19:13
tydeas_Hello ppl. I am lloking for a control panel for users of my server. I tried to install ispcp but failed now i have to remove it. Does anyone has something GOOD to suggest.19:14
smoserSpamapS, in /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg, set19:14
SpamapSactually a debconf alert that warns you about the 20 minute timeout would be good.19:14
smosercloud_type: nocloud19:14
SpamapSsmoser: I'm just trying to boot into recovery mode at this point19:14
SpamapSactually thinking of just downloading a maverick mini iso and starting over19:15
SpamapSfaster than waiting for this19:15
smoserSpamapS, why would debconf not be the way ?19:15
smoserand, if you have a vm, just mount the disk loopback (kpartx) and fix19:15
SpamapSsmoser: vmware. ;)19:16
SpamapSI'm still a lame-o with my macbook running mac. ;)19:16
smoseroh, yeah, the solution, SpamapS is to install linux on your macbook.19:16
smoseri know a good distribution if you want a suggestion19:17
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SpamapSpfft ;)19:18
smoserSpamapS, if you are feeling nice, you could open a bug for me on this.19:18
smoserregarding "rather see it fail" then wait, that may be the case if you're watching something.  but if something kicks off an instance to do some work in the middle of the night with no one watching, you generally would rather have the result, then have failed because something didn't wait longer19:20
smoserat least thats how i would feel.19:20
SpamapSNah, I'd really still rather it fail and alert my operations team.19:21
SpamapSEven better, I'd rather use a job management solution that keeps trying until it succeeds. :)19:22
SpamapScron just sucks horribly for job management, most people use it for just that though. :(19:22
SpamapSsmoser: bug 635188 for your enjoyment :)19:25
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 635188 in cloud-init "installing cloud-init on a non-ec2/UEC server results in a 20 minute boot wait" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63518819:25
smosermeh. my feeling is that slow is better than broken, and if noone notices that something is slow and complains about it, then no one cared that it was slow.19:25
smoserthanks for the bug.19:25
SpamapSslow *is* broken19:26
SpamapSI do agree, it shouldn't "fail", I just think that low level systems like cloud-init *should* fail, causing high level systems to recover.19:27
* SpamapS no longer cares, because the recovery menu has finally appeared19:28
SpamapSsmoser: worst part of it is that the screen is *totally* blank19:29
SpamapSI was like "crap did I corrupt my disk or something?"19:30
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smoserwell, thats a bug in upstart/general server boot.19:31
smoserit *does* write messages to /dev/console19:31
SpamapSyeah, I think we need to have another conversation about that at UDS19:31
smoserif they're not getting there, its not really my fault :)19:31
SpamapSif there's a magic key combo that reveals /dev/console's output, that would be ideal19:32
smoseryou may have it on alt-f7 or something19:32
smoseri recal that it is somewhere.19:32
smosermaybe if you ask steve jobs he'll tell you the key combination to vmware that will send 'alt-f7' to your vm19:33
SpamapSSteve's not real happy that I'm using another server OS :)19:33
SpamapSHe'd prefer if I'd just buy a brick of mini's I'm sure.19:34
WalterNa brick19:37
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uvirtbotNew bug: #635235 in samba (main) "package samba 2:3.5.4~dfsg-1ubuntu3 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess new post-removal script returned error exit status 139" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63523520:22
Ricardoalguem aqui ja trabalhou com um servidor de banda usando  squid shaper (CBQ) e o Iptables?20:53
ubottuThe #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are English only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat20:54
EvilPhoenixRicardo, ^20:54
RicardoOi Evil20:56
Ricardovc pode me ajudar com umas duvidas?20:56
Pici!br | Ricardo20:57
ubottuRicardo: Entre em #ubuntu-br usando /join #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Obrigado.20:57
RicardoJa fui la me mandarem vi praca20:59
Andre_GondimRicardo, here you need to write in english21:00
EvilPhoenix!en | Ricardo21:01
ubottuRicardo: The #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are English only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat21:01
Andre_GondimHe wants to know if anyone works with ubuntu server band with squid shaper (CBQ) and iptables21:03
EvilPhoenixubuntu server "band"?21:04
Andre_GondimI think is it what he said...21:05
RicardoI am not Ingles21:14
RicardoXauuu Pra todos21:14
RicardoI do not speak English21:16
wickedSAbandwidth, perhaps21:20
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uvirtbotNew bug: #635313 in bacula (main) "package bacula-director-mysql 5.0.1-1ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade:" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63531322:33
srainsdonhello all, I have a problem with my server and would like to stop virtual box from starting on boot how would i go about this? thank you23:07
ruben23hi how to check installed package in my ubuntu server23:10
jpdsruben23: dpkg -l23:11
bobobobi am trying to install ubuntu server on machine with raid 1 setup.  it goes all the way through even sets up grub or so it seems, ejects disk but never boots :(23:20
bobobobserver 10.4 lts23:20
bobobobraid 1 is setup via bios23:21
bobobobanyone else ever run across this?  Install worked fine on same machine without RAID 1 setup :(23:24
srainsdonwhat files would i need to edit to stop a start up script from running 10.0423:27
SpamapSbobobob: via bios.. its probably a fakeraid?23:27
SpamapSbobobob: I'd suggest letting Ubuntu do the RAID w/ software23:28
SpamapSsrainsdon: update-rc.d is probably the tool you want23:28
srainsdonthank you23:28
bobobobSpamapS: not sure, it a gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P23:29
SpamapSbobobob: for RAID1 .. unless you want to share the disk with some other OS somehow.. probably simpler to just setup software RAID and have the motherboard show it as two disks.23:30
bobobobSpamapS: last night, before setting raid at bios, I don't remember seeing a option for software RAID 1, did i just miss it?23:31
SpamapSbobobob: its in the installer, use manual partitioning23:34
patapoufHi All,23:38
patapoufI'm looking further into Amazon EC2 service which provide cloud computing. I'm sure everyone know the service. Is someone may help trough the process of creating a new instance.23:39

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