anadonhey, gmp 5.0.2 build/installation failed on Ubuntu 11.04 x64 and I don't know why.02:03
micahganadon: 5.0.2 isn't in natty or oneric02:07
anadongmp--its something by the gnu project for extended functions in c++, mainly support for extremely large numbers.02:08
anadon5.0.2 is just the version for it--not for ubuntu versioning.02:09
BUGabundolots of mem leaks in the last couple days02:09
BUGabundospeciailly  with CrashPlan appp02:10
BUGabundojava based02:10
micahganadon: upstream version in oneiric is 5.0.102:10
anadonso there's a working version currently in the repository?02:11
micahgi don't know if it works, I just know what's there02:12
anadonjust looked, not there.02:13
anadonnot a version for c++02:13
anadonO, has the mem problem been fixed for any version with the ubuntu one sync daemon?  It should not take up 1.3GB of RAM.02:16
micahganadon: http://packages.ubuntu.com/source/oneiric/gmp02:17
BUGabundosomething is really mem leaking on my system02:18
BUGabundobut I haven't found what02:19
anadonisn't it linked to a process visable by system monitor?02:20
anadonBUGabundo: ?02:24
anadonisn't it linked to a process visable by system monitor?02:25
BUGabundocan't see anything on atop02:25
BUGabundoother the firefox and chromium02:25
BUGabundobut then I see lots of process die02:25
anadonwhat?  the GUI can't be that unstable..02:25
BUGabundooh it is02:26
BUGabundoit memleaks02:27
BUGabundoit feels all my 4GBs02:27
anadonif you use "jobs" with a few directives, you should be able to see processes running on the system.  login to a CLI session, and if the same thing happens, you'll narrow down where it is.02:27
BUGabundoIO goes crazy02:27
BUGabundoI guess02:27
BUGabundoI can't even boot my system right now02:27
BUGabundoit hangs on boot02:27
anadonyeah, sounds like you need to see where it is, then go from there.  CLI02:27
anadon, that sounds like a re0install!02:27
BUGabundothis is quiet a recent install02:28
BUGabundoI've manage to have systems go throut  4 cycles02:28
BUGabundoand already instaled 11.10 twice02:28
BUGabundodoesn't really shows good feelings for this release02:28
anadonyou might want to install 11.04, then force install component by component of 11.10 until the problem pops up again.02:29
BUGabundogo back? me ? NEVER02:29
BUGabundoI've been without X for 3 days already on 11.1002:29
BUGabundounable to boot on kernel 3.0 with cifs on fstab02:30
BUGabundonow, can't even boot LOL02:30
BUGabundoit will eventually get there02:30
anadonwell, that's what you need to do to debug.  Sounds like you're just nterested in alpha/bleeding edge tech.02:35
BUGabundonot only02:38
BUGabundoI debug what I can, and report a lot02:38
BUGabundobut somethings just go above what I know02:38
Ian_CorneBUGabundo: you should be in bed!02:49
BUGabundoI know02:49
afvi'm trying to run gns3 but each time i do it Xorg starts eating all my ram :|03:10
afvit was fine some weeks ago03:11
afvi can't find any useful info on the logs03:16
cpatrick08i am helping the vanillux team www.vanillux.org make a vanilla gnome 3 based on the debian packages but we build it on top of a ubuntu natty minimal install .iso and we cannot get wireless working can somebody tell me what packages we need to get it working06:01
hifiumm, 3.0 does not boot for me06:23
hifijust gets stuck after grub06:24
nperryHumm, and odd run/.udev errors during boot, but I still boot up fine.09:20
Ampelbeinnperry: the /run "error" isn't really an error.09:35
Ampelbeinnperry: bug 784216 has some details09:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 784216 in udev (Ubuntu) "/run/udev not writable error message" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/78421609:37
nperryAmpelbein: I did wonder, because ubuntu has *never* had /run/udev09:40
rwwIt's a new thing this cycle.09:41
nperryAh, I see.09:42
AmpelbeinI doubt that /run will be usable in oneiric, too much software doesn't handle it yet.09:43
Dimmuxxanybody here who knows about toshiba bluetooth stuff?10:11
BluesKajhi penguin42 , how goes it ?13:39
penguin42ok; you find me at the start of a week off13:44
penguin42and trying to debug bug 774434 on my dads machine13:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 774434 in gtk+2.0 (Ubuntu) "mouse pointer disappears in ubuntu 11.04" [Low,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/77443413:45
DaekdroomHm. I shouldn't keep trying to change the system's volume through the soundmenu or I'll eventually break my speakers17:26
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BUGabundoand the winer is : google-talk-plugin. found the memleak root20:04
BUGabundoso what would you use in a VM to just have a brower (chromium?) and google-talk-plugin for Google Plus Hangouts?20:07
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Ian_Corneis it the same for the plugin in firefox?20:32
BUGabundoits global20:34
BUGabundobut flash is also crashing like hell20:34
BUGabundosomething is *really* mem leaking20:34
BUGabundothat pluging is just helping by using lots of RAM20:34
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mrmcq2uis there a known issue with the partition manager in oneric giving an error saying that the daemon is prohibited and locking up the installer?20:39
BUGabundoJul  3 20:52:22 BluBUG kernel: [ 3065.563436] Out of memory: Kill process 1692 (gnome-shell) score 42 or sacrifice child20:58
BUGabundoJul  3 20:52:22 BluBUG kernel: [ 3065.563443] Killed process 2145 (pidgin) total-vm:1021464kB, anon-rss:98164kB, file-rss:872kB20:58
BUGabundoJul  3 20:53:47 BluBUG udevd[349]: failed to create queue file: No space left on device20:58
BUGabundoanyone has any idea what's causing every app to simply die?20:58
rwwthe out-of-memory killer kills apps when you're out of memory :P20:59
AmpelbeinBUGabundo: it's a feature in the kernel20:59
BUGabundoI know21:00
BUGabundobut I have 4GBs of RAM21:00
rwwpresumably you're using it all.21:00
BUGabundorunning pidgin, chromium and firefox21:00
BUGabundoif that isn't enough, im running the wrong distro21:00
rwwor some misbehaving process stole all your memory21:00
BUGabundoMEM | tot     3.9G | free  427.4M | cache   2.2G | dirty   0.2M |  buff   35.8M | slab   43.3M |              |              |              |21:00
BUGabundoSWP | tot     0.0M | free    0.0M |              |              |               |              |              | vmcom   5.7G | vmlim   1.9G |21:00
AmpelbeinBUGabundo: did you check which process takes up that lot of memory? like use ps or top.21:01
yofelsomething filled up some tmpfs?21:01
BUGabundo 5703        6/s        0/s      56656K       1.0G      212.2M         0K         32K     bugabund      bugabund       5%     chromium-brows21:01
BUGabundo 1692        6/s        0/s         12K       1.1G      187.7M         0K          0K     bugabund      bugabund       5%     gnome-shell21:01
BUGabundo 6192      881/s        0/s        927K     987.0M      116.5M         0K          0K     bugabund      bugabund       3%     pidgin21:01
BUGabundo 1524        0/s        0/s       1864K     227.1M      99632K         0K          0K     bugabund      root           2%     Xorg21:01
BUGabundohumm let me check21:01
AmpelbeinBUGabundo: well, chromium 1G, gnome-shell 1.1G, pidgin 1G is 3.1GB already21:02
BUGabundoits VM21:02
yofelsudo sysctl -w vm.drop_caches=321:02
yofeland show the free output again21:02
BUGabundoMem:       4058808    3412404     646404          0       2840    209883221:03
BUGabundo-/+ buffers/cache:    1310732    274807621:03
BUGabundoand not tmpfs for /tmp21:04
yofel646404 <> 2748076 does sound like something's using a tmpfs somewhere, I have 2890284 <> 3904732 and 1G tmpfs used21:05
yofeland buffers are only ~1M21:05
BUGabundotmpfs (rw,mode=0755)21:05
BUGabundonone on /dev/shm type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev)21:05
BUGabundonone on /var/run type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,mode=0755)21:05
BUGabundonone on /var/lock type tmpfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev)21:05
BUGabundonone                  2.0G   84K  2.0G   1% /var/run21:06
BUGabundoJul  3 20:59:28 BluBUG udevd[349]: failed to create queue file: No space left on device21:07
BUGabundodamn udev is broken21:07
Ampelbeinhow do you figure?21:08
yofelwell, that would be udev trying to write to /dev IMO21:08
yofelsure it's not filled up?21:08
BUGabundo-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  302K 2011-06-28 19:04 udev_171-0ubuntu4_amd64.deb21:08
BUGabundoguess what, a recent update to udev21:08
BUGabundothat matches my problems21:08
BUGabundoneed to downgrade that and retest21:09
AmpelbeinBUGabundo: huh? -0ubuntu4 has a Vcs change (not relevant) and "Use "udevadm control --exit" in the initramfs instead of manually   killing each udevd process (borrowed from Debian #624469)."21:10
ubottuDebian bug 624469 in udev "Fails to start: failed to bind control socket (address in use)" [Serious,Fixed] http://bugs.debian.org/62446921:10
BUGabundothen what the heck is causing me to have all ram used ? all this IO on an SSD with lots of free space?21:11
BUGabundothis is not the expected behaviour21:11
AmpelbeinBUGabundo: I don't know what is causing it, but udev isn't likely to be at fault.21:13
yofelI did notice an insane amount of READ I/O when nearing OOM here too (makes the system unresponsive), but even then it didn't oom-kill anything here21:13
BUGabundoyofel: I bet you have swap21:13
BUGabundoI don't21:13
yofelI do now, but that was when I didn't have any21:13
BUGabundothis also happens in serveral kernels21:13
yofeliotop showed read I/O for processes that were doing absolutely nothing21:13
BUGabundo3.0-2, 3.0-1, 2.6. what ever21:13
yofelor does the kernel suddenly improvise swap o.O?21:14
yofelsomehow doubt that21:14
BUGabundono partition for it to do that21:14
BUGabundoso I have a system that locks on boot21:14
BUGabundotakes tooooo long to shutdown21:14
BUGabundoand has horribla mem leaks without anything that can explain it21:15
BUGabundoand Ubuntu is no longer usable on 4GBs of RAM21:15
yofelhm, try sysctl -w vm.overcommit_memory=2 (see proc manpge), maybe it has an effect. I remember someone else talking about oom-kills21:15
Ian_Cornehow come nividia doesn't work again?21:16
yofelhuh? WFM21:16
Ian_Corne$ glxinfo | grep direct21:16
Ian_CorneX Error of failed request:  BadWindow (invalid Window parameter)21:16
yofelthough I had to reinstall it yesterday since it couldn't load GLX o.O21:16
BUGabundo$ chromiumnew21:16
BUGabundoV8 error: Allocation failed - process out of memory (Committing semi space failed.).  Current memory usage: 68 MB21:16
BUGabundoBus error21:16
Ian_CorneI'm being thrown back to unity 2d21:16
BUGabundoIan_Corne: works for me. I changed to it to test21:16
Ian_Cornewhich still had a buggy launcher21:16
yofeltry reinstalling, helped for me21:16
BUGabundo$  glxinfo | grep direct21:17
Ian_Cornevia jockey?21:17
BUGabundobash: fork: Cannot allocate memory21:17
* BUGabundo dies21:17
yofeldunno, I used apt-get --reinstall21:17
yofelno point in touching xorg.conf21:17
BUGabundo# aptitude dump ubuntu21:17
BUGabundoI'm basicly out of RAM now21:18
BUGabundocan't start any new process21:18
BUGabundosyslog and dmesg show nothing special21:18
Ian_Corneanyone on nvidia 280 yet?21:19
BUGabundorebooting :(21:20
BUGabundofor the N^100 time today21:20
Ian_Corneit worked yofel21:21
Ian_Cornethanks :D21:21
Ian_Corneweird that it broke tho21:21
yofelsure, np. Was getting a BadWindow error from minecraft and then saw the GLX load failure message in Xorg.0.log21:21
Ian_Cornezeitgeist-daemon and telepathy-salut are both crashing21:22
Ian_Cornewhen I login21:22
Ian_Corneanyone else?21:22
BUGabundoso all of you guys (in gnome) are able to boot just fine and pick any WM ?21:27
penguin42BUGabundo: compiz is very broken for me21:29
BUGabundoI can't even boot :(21:29
BUGabundoI have to pick recovery, then su bugabundo; startx21:29
penguin42BUGabundo: You running gdm or lightdm?21:29
* penguin42 thinks this one is running gdm21:30
BUGabundopenguin42: right now: nothing21:30
penguin42hmm - how far does it get?21:30
BUGabundoI'm starting X manually21:31
BUGabundoregular boot stops after loading battery tests21:31
BUGabundognomefreak was having the same prob two days ago21:31
* penguin42 gets into X but the unity-panel-services programme keeps crashing and restartijng21:34
albert23BUGabundo: do you have auto-logon enabled? That was broken for me. After I switched it off, gdm works fine.21:47
BUGabundoalbert23: I don't even have a session manager21:48
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ior3kare there any plans to port the indicator-*-applets to the gnome 3 panel?22:23
BUGabundoI've been holding my updates for weeks cause of that22:24
BUGabundoI can't upgrade cause lib-gnome-3 is not there22:24
BUGabundowhat a mess22:24
ior3kBUGabundo: I updated my system entirely today22:55
ior3kI was mostly running natty with a few oneiric updates22:55
ior3kother than it being a bit unstable, that's all I'm missing22:55
BUGabundomine is 11.10 clean22:55
ior3kit seems the problem is libpanel-applet-3, though22:56
ior3kgnome 3's version is 422:56
BUGabundoI'm seconds away to throw my laptop into the wall23:17
BUGabundoand dumping 11.10 with it23:17
BUGabundoits totally unusable now23:17

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