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ScottKrobbiew_: Does the content of https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/Roadmap/OneiricPlanning mean the "Split Ubuntu Server into Server/Cloud" is off the table or not documented yet?00:07
robbiew_not documented yet...not even CLOSE to being done00:07
robbiew_ScottK: just started putting items in collected...and ran out of gas00:08
robbiew_will resume later on ;)00:08
robbiew_...and let folks know when I think I have the list of discussions/features ready for review00:09
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bencerrobbiew_: i was talking on #ubuntu-uds about proposing a track on zentyal and bringing ubuntu server to the masses:00:29
hallynDaviey: drat, kernel api shortcoming, my patch for upstream isn't quite right.  will have to decide what to do next week.00:30
Davieyhallyn, :(... I missed it :)00:33
jbernardhallyn: is there a particular libcgroup branch I should clone as a starting point, or is it better to create a new repo with just unstable+your-patches ?00:47
hallynjbernard: not sure what you mean - is this for your own development branch, or just for merging into natty?00:51
hallynjust a sec00:51
hallynjbernard: lp:~serge-hallyn/ubuntu/natty/libcgroup/upstart  was the last one00:53
hallynthat i worked on for natty00:53
hallynshould just be able to merge in my commits from that tree into your tree (or unstable's)00:54
hallynsince natty's is not at all diverged from unstable's at the moment00:55
RoAkSoAxrobbiew_: yeah we do, everything is in main now: heartbeat/corosync/pacemaker/cluster-agents/cluster-glue (the new), and redhat-cluster (the old stack), and ocfs2-tools and DRBD have always been there.01:47
RoAkSoAxrobbiew_: gfs2-tools is shipped by redhat-cluster01:47
RoAkSoAxrobbiew_: and some docs are here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClusterStack/Natty01:51
mdeslaurhallyn: postinstall.run is only when you create a new VM with vm-new02:17
mdeslaurhallyn: vm-clone only mounts the image and changes a few things (like dhcp, mac address, hostname, etc.)02:18
hallynmdeslaur: hm, right.  so my pristine ones must have never run the postinstall i guess? :)02:45
hallynmdeslaur: thanks.  have a good weekend02:45
mdeslaurhallyn: that could be!02:45
mdeslaurhallyn: I haven't tried vm-new in a while though...I may very well be broken right now02:45
mdeslauryou too!02:46
CrazyGirwhile on the vm topic.. when using vmbuilder to create a new vm, I set the release to server. does this default the console to serial?03:16
CrazyGiror do you need to run through the steps to setup a serial console on the new server vm?03:16
CrazyGirI've been unable to mount the raw disk image, so I'm hoping it is done by default..03:17
CrazyGirI take that back, but found a completely different way to mount the image03:26
CrazyGirodd, so it appears as though the serial console is enabled by default03:28
CrazyGirI don't get a login prompt when connecting via: virsh console #03:29
CrazyGir(after hitting enter a few times)03:29
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uvirtbotNew bug: #727210 in mysql-5.1 (main) "package rsyslog 4.2.0-2ubuntu8.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72721003:45
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aliveriusi mistakenly erased one partition of my raid 108:38
aliveriusnow i am trying to use mdadm to correct this08:39
aliveriusis assemble the mode i need?08:39
aliveriuslike mdadm -A /dev/md0 /dev/sda3?08:40
aliveriusor create?08:40
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aliveriusno wrong08:53
aliveriusi did not format over the second raid partition08:53
aliveriusis seems my /dev/sdb3 was the special grub boot partition08:54
aliveriusbut how do i restore it08:54
aliveriuseveything is ok09:07
aliveriusthat odd numbering of partitions in my system has totally confused me09:09
aliveriusit was simply a swap partition09:09
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aliveriuswhat does it mean when a dir appears as green on the terminal?09:56
shaunoaliverius: on mine, a green background on a dir indicates the sticky bit (+t).  don't recall whether that's default, but see if it matches what you're seeing10:01
aliveriusi have serious trouble with accessing that dir as user10:01
aliveriuswanna take a look?10:01
shaunowhat permissions does ls show?10:02
aliveriusdrw-rw-rw- 6 nobody root 4096 2011-04-16 11:37 archive_110:03
aliveriusnow lets take a look inside10:03
aliveriusshall i use a pastebin?10:03
shaunoit won't let you list the contents without +x set10:03
aliveriusisnt +x executable?10:04
aliveriusso i shall chmod 777?10:04
shaunoon files, yes.  on dirs, it's a bit special10:05
shaunoif you need it to be world-writable, 777 it is.  but at the very least, +x as the user that you'd expect to be able to enter that dir10:05
aliveriusyes i want to to be writable by anyone. i wan to make is a nfs share10:06
aliveriusit seems to be working now shauno. thank you :)10:13
shaunono problem.  if you ls -l /, you'll see +x is on almost every directory.  it's normal :)10:14
aliveriusso noexec in fstab should cover me against executing files in there?10:14
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uvirtbotNew bug: #762600 in autofs5 (main) "Autofs5 dismount folders that are in use" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/76260010:37
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Psi-JackAlright guys. I'm trying to resolve a little issue with Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS and multipath'd iSCSI situations, seems to be race conditions that, A> It's umounting the multipath device /after/ killing multipath, then logging out of the iSCSI initiators, which causes the final shutdown to break with ping timeouts and it never reboots because of it.11:59
user5vhello, I have a question because amazon EC2. If I create an instance (a.e. of ubuntu 10.10) i must use a key, that can be created in the AWS management console. QUESTION: is this key saved inside the ubuntu installation too?12:50
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donniezazenIf i make a folder mywebsite in /var/www/ and subdirectories like video, ampache, ajaxplorer, etc will it automatically load mywebsite.com/videos mywebsite.com/ampache.17:26
cloakableYou'll need to setup a config file for mywebsite.com17:27
cloakableWhat you'll get is mywebsite.com/mywebsite/ampache17:28
cloakablein the default setup.17:28
RoyKhm... I'm setting up this open wifi system, but I want people to be told that things get logged etc before they get in. no password should be required. I guess using a proxy and a default site to hey-I-know-what-you're-doing-page should be it, but I'm a little unsure about how to set this up - anyone done this before?17:35
donniezazen@cloackable do i need to tweak virtualhost17:35
cloakableRoyK: Look up captive portals.17:36
cloakabledonniezazen: Yes.17:37
donniezazenthe config file yo are talking about is virtualhost or some different file?17:37
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JanCdonniezazen: I suggest you read the Debian/Ubuntu documentation for Apache in /usr/share/doc/apache2/README.Debian.gz18:24
JanCthat explains the way Apache is usually configured in Debian & derived distros18:24
JanC(you can use 'zless' to read it without having to manually unpack it first)18:25
donniezazenThanks JanC, will do that.18:35
JanCdonniezazen: of course reading the main apache documentation is useful too, but the README.Debian contains info about things that are different from a "vanilla" apache18:37
JanC(it's always useful to read README.Debian if a package has one, because it means there is some Debian-specific info that is not in the upstream documentation)18:39
donniezazenyeah read me is always help ful18:49
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andygraybealis there an ETA when I might be able to select a physical network device when adding a network card to a virtual machine?20:20
andygraybeali'm not able to select eth1 of the host machine to be dedicated to the virtual machine20:20
pmatulis_andygraybeal: wouldn't that screw things up a bit?20:34
JanCandygraybeal: I haven't tested if it works, but I think qemu/kvm can do that with -net nic,model=virtio ?20:48
andygraybealaah virtio20:48
andygraybealpmatulis_, yes, it actually made it so the machine wouldn't boot.. but i have no idea20:49
andygraybealJanC, interesting i will read more about it.20:49
andygraybealthank yuo for the responses20:49
JanCit's sort of a guess though, as I have never used it  ;)20:51
andygraybealyea, i have no idea, i'm going to mail the mail list and see what responses i get, i'm going to mail ltsp-discuss first.20:52
andygraybeali think i have to make two bridges, br0 for eth0 and br1 for eth1....20:55
andygraybealithink i understand what to do now20:55
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quentusrexAnyone aware of an issue that when the KVM host has br0 configured the networking does not start on boot? but can be fixed by manually running 'sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart'23:55
CrazyGirno, but anything in dmesg/etc?23:56

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