rdvonzHow do I get my domain name connected through BIND?01:33
twbWell, personally I would be using nsd instead of bind.01:36
twbrdvonz: have you already gone through https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/dns.html ?01:37
rdvonz@twb: I'll give it a look!01:43
twbOK, feel free to ask again if you still have trouble01:43
rdvonz@twb: Ah yes, I browsed through this article.01:44
twbrdvonz: you don't need the "@" btw01:46
patdk-lapbut the @ is cool :)01:46
rdvonzI'm too used to twitter/facebook/etc., sorry.01:47
rdvonztwb: Do you know anything about webmin? I was using that because it gave me easier access to the config files. However, I still don't quite understand how all of this works. I have a computer right now that is running Apache without any virtual hosts. I have all the  information for the domain name, I have no idea how to translate it into my server.01:47
twbI know: don't use it.01:47
twbrdvonz: vhosts are trivial to set up in the default ubuntu /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ layout, but if webmin is installed it may have broken that.01:48
twbrdvonz: normally all you do is write a virtualhost entry in a new file in that dir, then a2ensite and run apache2ctl graceful.01:49
rdvonztwb: Should I get rid of it?01:49
twbrdvonz: unfortunately if you have used webmin already, its greasy prints may be all over the system even after you uninstall it.  A clean install would be best, but if that's a pain then you can avoid that and hope for the best01:49
rdvonztwb: That still leaves the question of using the domain I have, how do I got about that?01:50
twbrdvonz: uh, could you be more specific?01:51
twb"use" how?01:51
rdvonztwb: configure BIND so that it points to my server.01:52
patdk-lapyou mean configure bind and point dns to your bind server?01:53
patdk-lapthat sounds very unreliable01:53
twbpatdk-lap: you mean because bind tries to be both a caching resolver and a zone master/slave server?01:53
* rdvonz doesn't know what he's talking about. At all.01:54
twbrdvonz: there are broadly two roles for a DNS server -- firstly, to serve your own domain(s) to the world; secondly, to serve the world's domains to your LAN.01:55
twbrdvonz: BIND mixes the two together, when they really ought (IMO) to be totally separate services.  nsd and unbound are an alternative implementation that keeps them separate.01:55
twbOf course, Ubuntu seems to recommend bind, whereas I'm just some guy01:56
* patdk-lap recommends powerdns :)01:56
patdk-lapatleast for recursor01:56
patdk-lapI should test nsd sometime01:56
twbnsd was built by norwegians to run on the root servers, so me like big hug01:57
patdk-lapsame for powerdns, but just wasn't norwegians01:58
patdk-lapI think it was germans01:58
twbAlso unlike mara, it has the same file format for zones as named, which is handy when e.g. Emacs has a major mode  that automatically updates the serial number whenever you save the file.01:58
patdk-lapthe only thing that I would use bind for, is if I had to support dynamic updates01:58
patdk-lapand it had to be done via dns/dhcp01:59
twbpatdk-lap: I use dnsmasq for that01:59
twbBasically cyber.com.au is "split horizon" -- laptops are added in dnsmasq and resolve internally only, but static allocations are served from quack.cyber.com.au (nsd) and dnsmasq points at it for parts of cyber.com.au it can't resolve on its own02:00
patdk-lapheh, I refuse to do split horizon02:00
patdk-lapI do install dnsmasq for small installations02:00
twbI have five LANs, (limited) split horizon makes sense for me02:00
patdk-lapI'm way over 502:01
patdk-lapI'm in about 40 lans02:01
twbIt's not full bind-style split horizon, you basically just say to dnsmasq "work it out" and it does some heuristics based on source iface and such02:01
patdk-lapspit horizon muddies it too much02:01
twbI can certainly see the argument for that :-)02:01
patdk-lappretty much did away with all of the need for that by using proxy-arp02:02
patdk-lapor other mac tricks02:02
twbI'd actually like to just disable ARP entirely02:06
twbHave a static ip neighbours table hard-coded for the LDAP server, and then get all the other entries from machine objects in LDAP or something02:06
twbI might end up doing that for prisons, but for the office ICBF.  And of course IPv6 ICMPv6 will obviate the problem Real Soon Now.02:06
twb(problem = ARP poisoning &c)02:07
patdk-lapya, where I are about arp poisoning, I use ipsec02:08
patdk-lapto cross between the user accessable lan, to the more secure lan02:09
twbAt one of the prisons, we actually have each switch port set to a specific MAC, and if it sees any other MAC, to lock that port until further notice02:09
twbSo you can still do spoofing, but you have to guess right first time :-)02:10
twb(Oh, and there's physical security to prevent you bringing in boot media or unauthorized computers.)02:10
patdk-lapall my users are rdp02:11
patdk-lapso I just care if they attempt to use their rdp machine to mess with the control machines02:11
patdk-lapmainly the windows ad servers02:11
patdk-lapif they do screw with mac/arp, the ad will just get dos02:12
patdk-laponly affects themselfs really02:12
patdk-lapand since all traffic from that ad outside that lan uses ipsec, no info is gained02:12
twbpatdk-lap: so basically they are thin clients, except RDP instead of rlogin or X?02:13
patdk-lapyou don't do any work on your own machine, it's all done on these machines you rdp into02:14
patdk-lapone machine per user02:15
twbpatdk-lap: that's called a thin client02:15
patdk-lapone lan per customer02:15
patdk-lapa thin client would be on the user side02:15
patdk-lapI'm on the other end02:15
patdk-lapwe don't do the clients stuff02:16
patdk-lapthe clients log into us02:16
patdk-lapI guess you could say, we run a whole thin client lab, without thinclients, only the backend hardware02:17
DanaGInteresting... I tried the Broadcom (5723) card again...03:42
DanaGMerely having it enabled, brought everything to a near halt.03:42
DanaGIt took over 1 minute to go from hitting enter after password, to getting the console.03:43
qman__that happens sometimes, it may have nothing to do with your card03:43
DanaGBut disabling it fixed it.03:44
DanaGAnd re-enabling it re-broke it.03:44
DanaGAnd that's with no ethernet plugged in.03:44
DanaGSo for now, I'm using the Intel.03:44
qman__the update checker may be attempting to use said broadcom for something03:44
qman__you'd have to disable it to find out for sure03:45
DanaGIt literally went like this: boot enabled.... slow.  Reboot with disabled: fast.  Enabled: slow.  Disabled: fast.03:45
DanaGANd that was even with NO interfaces up.03:45
DanaGNot even the Intel.03:45
qman__a fair point, but the login time is not a good indicator of anything03:46
qman__due to the number of things that happen in the motd and such03:46
DanaGHeck, it was making even TYPING be slow.03:47
DanaGI think.03:47
qman__type rates, that's different03:47
qman__top would clear it up03:47
DanaGIt felt like the driver was eating 60% of my cpu cycles.03:47
DanaGI'll have to try that some time.03:47
DanaGAnyway, for now I'm happy with the Intel ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833106033 )03:47
qman__I installed a similar model in my file server when the onboard died03:48
qman__other than having to upgrade to lucid for lack of drivers in hardy, it worked out well03:48
qman__I've since gotten a new board, but kept the intel NIC03:49
DanaGhmm, anyone know of a realtime large-dir sync tool?  Aside from Unison, which took a long time to run with all files on one end and nothing on the other end.04:52
DefectzHello all, so I have a question about Ubuntu server, I Downloaded ubuntu Server 64 bit v11.04 and i burned it onto a dvd-r disk to install on my other computer. So it says to put in the cd, restart your computer, and follow the instructions on my screen. I did this but there is no instructions only something saying Solinux 4.01, copyright ect. What do i do now?06:13
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nonotzawhen I'm generating an ssl key and csr using openssl, how can I specify 2048 encryption?06:33
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joschinonotza: with the last parameter of `openssl genrsa`, see `man genrsa`07:03
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yann2hello - is there any tutorial on how to use kvm-clock with Lucid? Is this even recommended? My guests currently don't, and drift a lot, even *with* ntpd installed :(09:33
stethoHi - Anyone know where I can get support on ircd-hybrid (installed on Ubuntu Server)? I have installed it and it seems to work fine - with one exception. Even with one room and one user trying to get a room list results in "server load too heavy" message. /list works fine09:35
iclebyte-workquick question. Lets say I have domain.com. If I want to receive email for domain.com I only have to create an MX record on domain.com which points to mail.domain.com - I can then have the actual A record for domain.com point to another server correct?09:36
andoliclebyte-work: yes09:36
iclebyte-workokay thanks, i've got some support guys telling me I need to have mydomain.com point to my mail server in order to receive email other wise I can only get user@mail.mydomain.com - I just wanted this verifying. Thankyou09:37
andoliclebyte-work: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MX_record#History_of_fallback_to_A09:38
uvirtbotNew bug: #810977 in openldap (main) "slapd remove/reinstall fails" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/81097710:22
jamespagezul: around?  could you do a NEW upload for me?10:52
jamespageRoAkSoAx: morning11:10
jamespageRoAkSoAx: any chance you could do a couple of NEW uploads for me?11:11
EthosWhat's the preferred method for emailing logs from ubuntu-server (apache logs etc...)11:47
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jMCgEthos: why would you do that?12:01
jMCgEthos: what problem are you trying to solve?12:01
PiciEthos: Does logwatch fit what you're looking for?12:03
Tommy_nmwwho can help me pointing proxy in server to get internet?13:00
Tommy_nmwis anyone there?13:04
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/13:04
Tommy_nmwin IRC, how  can i reply to the someone who answered me?13:06
Tommy_nmwhow to join #asterisk channel from webchat.freenode.net. it is hard because it needs port 666713:11
UrsinhaTommy_nmw: well, you're in freenode already, you just need to /j #asterisk13:11
Tommy_nmwit really didn't work13:11
Tommy_nmwas it also need specifc port13:12
uvirtbotNew bug: #811035 in euca2ools (main) "euca-upload-bundle: ImportError: cannot import name Connection " [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/81103513:16
UrsinhaTommy_nmw: I just joined #asterisk and it's fine. In this window you just need to /j #asterisk13:16
Tommy_nmwi m  using from webchat.freenode.net. not IRC client software13:17
Tommy_nmwi got the following errors. [19:40] == #asterisk Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services [19:47] == #asterisk Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services [19:47] == #asterisk Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services13:18
patdk-wkjust register your nick13:19
Ursinhayeah, what patdk-wk said13:19
RoAkSoAxjamespage: sure! point me to them and I'll upload later today13:19
jamespageRoAkSoAx: thanks13:19
Tommy_nmwhow can I ?13:20
Tommy_nmwcomplete command please13:20
UrsinhaTommy_nmw: hehe, ask on #freenode13:20
Tommy_nmwI donn't know what command I have to type13:21
Tommy_nmwi m new to IRC command13:21
UrsinhaTommy_nmw: so if you're new, first thing you should know is that we're all volunteers here13:21
Ursinhademanding stuff may cause you to be ignored ;)13:21
UrsinhaTommy_nmw: try /msg nickserv help register13:22
Ursinhait will explain what you should do13:22
Tommy_nmwI can register13:29
Tommy_nmwbut i can't verify13:29
Tommy_nmwCan't use this command in this window eror appears13:29
UrsinhaTommy_nmw: what's the error?13:36
EthosCould anyone recommended a good up-to-dateish Ubuntu server book?13:38
hggdhDaviey: +1 sent13:41
Tommy_nmwIRC sucks13:49
_rubenthen don't use it13:50
Davieyhggdh: hurray13:52
pltmnkyTommy_nmw: /msg nickserv identify yourpassword13:52
Davieyhggdh: just need one from bdmurray then?13:52
Tommy_nmwi tried13:52
Tommy_nmwI kept getting #asterisk Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services13:52
pltmnkythen you didnt match your passwords, or nickserv didnt recognize13:52
pltmnkyspacing is important13:52
pltmnkynickserv isnt intelligent, only useful13:52
hggdhDaviey: just need one more +1, from anybody in -control (of course, members of the server team are suspect due to conflict of interest)13:53
Tommy_nmw[20:19] -NickServ- You are now identified for Tommy_nmw. [20:19] == #asterisk Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services13:53
Davieyhggdh: okay, will wait and see then.13:53
ubottuInformation about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode13:53
PiciTommy_nmw: ^13:54
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RoAkSoAxDaviey: Howdy... is it still a target to get collectd in main?13:59
DavieyRoAkSoAx: Should be, yes14:00
DavieyI thought there was a MIR for it14:00
RoAkSoAxDaviey: it is assigned to you and it is BLOCKED14:00
Davieybug #80172114:01
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 801721 in collectd "[MIR] collectd" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/80172114:01
RoAkSoAxDaviey: ahhh lol :)14:02
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RoAkSoAxsmoser: ping14:51
smoserRoAkSoAx, howdy14:53
RoAkSoAxsmoser: howdy!! I'm trying your devenv. Are the VM's gonna use virbr0 (
smoserthey go on their own bridge14:55
smoserhole thing is isolated14:55
RoAkSoAxsmoser: ok, but if the host is the squid-deb-proxyu14:55
RoAkSoAxsmoser: i'm building cobbler and it is using a network on I think, cause otherwise it wont be accessible to squid-deb-proxy which I'm pointing to it at
smoseri think it still should hit your squid dep proxy14:56
smoserthe dev-env builds its own cobbler vm14:56
smoserthat you stick on that isolated network14:56
smoseroh... when you build that cobbler-vm, it just uses kvm guest net14:57
smoserwhich wont hit your proxy unless you tell it to14:57
smoseris that what you were asking RoAkSoAx ?14:57
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yeah14:57
smosersee the README.txt in that subdir14:58
smoserand in the preseed file there, is commented out a line for proxy14:59
smosergive it some valid IP for your proxy server14:59
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yeah I know how to give the proxy IP, though my question is that it has correctly obtained the debs through the proxy, it has rebooted, and now it is stuck15:00
smoserhow stuck ?15:00
RoAkSoAxsmoser: nevermind, it is unstuck now lol15:00
smoserso, it does a reboot and then does more stuff15:00
smoserthe reason was that adding orchestra-server to the list of packags brought in mcollective15:00
RoAkSoAxsmoser: but anyways... my point is that whenever we deploy a new machine that uses that cobbler server that was created... how do we ensure that the network is accessible to squid-deb-proxy15:00
smoserand mcollective was failing to install during the installer15:01
smoseri didn't open a bug on that...15:01
RoAkSoAxgiven that you say that it is a new network created, which means we need to manually modify squid-deb-proxy?15:01
smoserlynxman, ^15:01
smoserdoes your squid-deb-proxy only listen on some network ?15:01
smoseri think it will all "just work"15:01
smoseroh wait.. .maybe not. maybe you will.15:01
smoserwait. no it should work15:02
RoAkSoAxsmoser: on s-d-p you have to list the allowed networks15:02
RoAkSoAxsmoser: but let me finish testing15:03
lynxmansmoser: mvo did some modifications so we can tweak that through debconf, we do in orchestra15:04
smoserRoAkSoAx,  i did not know that.15:04
smoserlynxman, well ideally, it would "just work" from the installer.15:04
smoseror at least not crash the installer15:04
lynxmansmoser: it worked last time I did it, just sayin'15:05
lynxmansmoser: not implying that you broke it ;)15:06
lynxmansmoser: and about mcollective waiting for Daviey to upload 1.2.1 with some fixes, including the dependency for stomp that was dropped somehow15:06
VozivHello, how I can I specify static dns servers while still having my network interface use dhcp?15:07
smoserVoziv, you have to configure the dhcp server15:07
VozivAnd for those of us who don't have access to their dhcp server?15:08
patdk-wkna you don't15:08
patdk-wkyou just have to remove the dns lines from dhclient15:08
patdk-wkor override them15:08
RoAkSoAxsmoser: ok after installing the cobbler image I cannot connect to the squid-deb-proxy server on
RoAkSoAxwhich is obvious as it is a different network15:09
patdk-wkthere is even an example in /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf15:09
Vozivpatdk-wk: that file is empty for me15:10
patdk-wkwhat version you running?15:11
patdk-wkstrange, same as me, so it should exist15:12
smoserjamespage, around ?15:13
jamespagesmoser: yep15:13
Vozivit exists, it's just empty15:14
smoseryou easily able to test http://paste.ubuntu.com/644828/15:14
smoserif that makes euca2ools 1.3.1 happy as it is, i'll hold off a bit on the upload of a newer version15:14
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smoserRoAkSoAx, yeah, that makes sense.15:14
smoserRoAkSoAx, so you run a squid-deb-proxy in a guest ?15:15
jamespagesmoser: yep - give me 515:15
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RoAkSoAxsmoser: nope actually I was running it on the host15:18
RoAkSoAxsmoser: but telling the VM's to use the ipaddress of virbr015:19
RoAkSoAxinstead of the IP address of the host itself15:19
smoserRoAkSoAx, right.15:19
smoserjamespage, http://paste.ubuntu.com/644831/15:21
smoseris against full installed file names15:21
smoseri tested at least no import error15:21
RoAkSoAxsmoser: so in the preseed, I change the mirror to the ip that I have in wlan0 and it fails15:21
jamespagesmoser: http://paste.ubuntu.com/644833/15:22
jamespageno so happy15:22
smoseri'll poke some more15:24
SpamapSHey do we have a jenkins setup available to us by any chance? Been thinking it would be good to setup continuous functional testing of Ensemble.15:29
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smoserjamespage, http://paste.ubuntu.com/644839/15:35
smoserthat one worked for me in a : uec-publish-image --type image -vv x86_64 euca2ools.spec smoser-test15:35
RoAkSoAxsmoser: why are you installing cman?15:44
RoAkSoAxsmoser: http://paste.ubuntu.com/644848/15:44
jamespagesmoser: that worked nicely15:51
robbiewSpamapS: RoAkSoAx: who should own this blueprint now -> https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/server-o-ensemble-orchestra-openstack-support15:58
* robbiew notices it's not started...but I know work is being done this week ;)15:58
robbiewDaviey: fyi ^^^15:58
Davieyrobbiew: Great!  RoAkSoAx has committed to sending us a status update towards the end of day.15:59
robbiewDaviey: cool...but we should update the blueprint, right?16:00
robbiewto reflect reality16:00
robbiewcurrently the effort is assigned to SpamapS and has ZERO workitems done :/16:00
SpamapSLets look again tho..16:01
Davieyrobbiew: yeah, adding it to the overview tracking page16:02
robbiewhttps://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/server-o-install-experience  needs some love too....I think the boot-experience is already known ;)16:02
* robbiew is catching up with his todos...which means he has more time to dig ;)16:02
* robbiew just realizes he probably just triggered Daviey to give him more ToDos16:03
Davieyhell. yes.16:03
SpamapSrobbiew: refresh16:04
* SpamapS has been quite remiss in updating his WI's16:04
RoAkSoAxDaviey: towards end of the weekend more likely :)16:07
DavieyRoAkSoAx: Yeah, best not send emails whislt intoxicated.16:08
RoAkSoAxDaviey: hehehe16:09
RoAkSoAxsmoser: ping16:09
RoAkSoAxsmoser: how cna I ensure that the host is listening16:10
smoserRoAkSoAx, here.16:10
smoserwhere host = cobbler server ?16:10
RoAkSoAxsmoser: err host where the cobbler server is running16:10
RoAkSoAxas virsh cannot connect16:10
RoAkSoAxto start the machine16:10
smoseryou are wanting to start one of the nodes?16:11
smoseris that right ?16:11
RoAkSoAxsmoser: never mind, figured it out... so anyways16:11
smoserdid you see the 'HOWTO' there ?16:12
RoAkSoAxsmoser: ensemble is working with your devenv beautifully16:12
RoAkSoAxsmoser: spoke too soon :)16:12
SpamapSRoAkSoAx: can you take a look at https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/server-o-ensemble-orchestra-openstack-support and add a WI for what you've been doing, and any extra info to help us track the status?16:15
pltmnkyanybody have time to help me out with an infiniband network problem?16:15
smoserRoAkSoAx, whats going wrong ? i'd like to help.16:15
smoseri'd like to make the "build cobbler server" work better, and "just work" with as little config from user as possible16:15
RoAkSoAxsmoser: is a prblem with the preseed16:18
RoAkSoAxSpamapS: sure16:18
RoAkSoAxsmoser: on the cobbler dev image can you make that /etc/hosts  points to the IP of the cobbler server instead of or whatever is there16:21
smoserRoAkSoAx, you mean 'cobbler' entry in /etc/hosts, you want it to point to its "real IP" ?16:23
roastedQuestion - if I'm running an Ubuntu DHCP server with 2 NICs, would each NIC hand out IP addresses?16:23
smoseri think the debian policy is that /etc/hosts for 'hostname' should have  the installer actually sets that.16:23
DavieyRoAkSoAx: Early next week, are you able to look at the cobbler bugs? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cobbler16:23
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yes, otherwise the "nopxe" will make the installation fail as for node0X cobbler server would be 127.0.0.X instead of
Davieysmoser: This disucssion is deja-vu.16:24
RoAkSoAxDaviey: yeah I was planning to that :)16:24
DavieyRoAkSoAx: rocking!16:24
smoserRoAkSoAx, it shouldnht fail16:24
RoAkSoAxsmoser: right, it is either that, or tell /etc/cobbler/settings that next_server and server are the IP instead of "cobbler"16:24
smoserwe write into /etc/cobbler/settings that the 'server' is "cobbler"16:25
smoserif it uses that string as the 'http_server' value, then that should work16:25
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yes, but in /etc/hosts , cobbler is 127.X.X.X16:25
smoseras the client will correctly resolve 'cobbler' to a read host16:25
RoAkSoAxsmoser: so that tells the preseed that the cobbler server is "127.X.X.X"16:25
smoserRoAkSoAx, but cobbler should not attempt to resolve locally that name16:25
smoseri dont think thats what is happening16:25
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yes, just tried it16:25
smoserthe devenv doesn't set 'server' right i think16:26
RoAkSoAxsmoser: i just changed /etc/hosts to cobbler16:26
RoAkSoAxand it works16:26
smoserthats just completley wrong16:26
smoseroh.. here.16:26
smoseron your cobbler server16:27
smoserget the preseed values for a node16:27
smoseri think you will see in there.16:27
smoseri swear i went though this.16:27
smosers/went through this/hit this and made it work with 'cobbler'/16:27
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yes I see but it is wrong as it should be the public IP of the cobbler server16:28
RoAkSoAxsmoser: otherwise node0X won't be able to access the cobbler server to set the nopxe stuff16:28
Davieysmoser / RoAkSoAx: I thought we were agreeing not to rely on name resolution?16:28
RoAkSoAxDaviey: that's just the dev environment, not on the real thing16:29
smoserRoAkSoAx, agreed that is wrong tha tyou see that.16:31
smoserbut i think you just have to set something int he /etc/settings correctly16:31
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yeah either way works16:32
RoAkSoAxsmoser: but I do prefer that the /etc/cobbler/settings are set correctly16:34
smoserso what do you have in /etc/cobbler/settings for 'server' ?16:35
utlemmingsmoser: do you want to chat now, or do you want to put it off for a bit? It looks like you guys are in a grove now.16:35
RoAkSoAxsmoser: server and next_server are both the IP address16:35
smoserRoAkSoAx, but you should be able to put 'cobbler' there.16:37
smoserit absolutely is wrong for cobbler to resolve that for http server16:37
smoser*especially* to resolve it via /etc/hosts16:37
smoserRoAkSoAx, it "works for me"16:39
smoserutlemming, yeah, we can chat16:39
RoAkSoAxsmoser: it doesn't work for me but you should not be using cobbler becuase cobbler is never mapped to
smoserRoAkSoAx, it is mapped to that16:41
smoservia dns16:41
RoAkSoAxsmoser: right, so maybe in my setup something is not working well with the dns sstuff16:42
smoser$ ps axw | grep dnsm.*cobb16:42
smoserRoAkSoAx, ^ what does that show?16:43
smoserand /var/lib/libvirt/dnsmasq/cobbler-devnet.hostsfile16:43
smosershould be populated16:43
RoAkSoAx4105 pts/0    S+     0:00 grep --color=auto dnsm.*cobb16:44
RoAkSoAx22819 ?        S      0:00 dnsmasq --strict-order --bind-interfaces --pid-file=/var/run/libvirt/network/cobbler-devnet.pid --conf-file= --except-interface lo --listen-address --dhcp-range, --dhcp-leasefile=/var/lib/libvirt/dnsmasq/cobbler-devnet.leases --dhcp-lease-max=253 --dhcp-no-override --dhcp-hostsfile=/var/lib/libvirt/dnsmasq/cobbler-devnet.hostsfile --dhcp-boot pxelinux.0,,
RoAkSoAxit is16:45
smoserRoAkSoAx, i never tried it the whole way through16:47
smoserbut if the nodes do dns lookup, they should be good16:47
RoAkSoAxsmoser: "The 'server' field in /etc/cobbler/settings must be set to something other than localhost, or kickstarting features will not work. This should be a resolvable hostname or IP for the boot server as reachable by all machines that will use it."16:57
RoAkSoAx2 : For PXE to be functional, the 'next_server' field in /etc/cobbler/settings must be set to something other than, and should match the IP of the boot server on the PXE network.16:57
smoserRoAkSoAx, right...16:58
RoAkSoAxsmoser: so maybe it is not resolving as when it creates the kickstart it passes when it should not be like that16:59
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CrazyGirhello! with ufw, how do you remove an entry18:13
robbiewjdstrand: ^^^18:18
martynOkay, I'd like to get openMPI 1.5.3 (or .4 when it's released in a week) into oneric18:25
martynif I create the source deb, what's needed to get it included?18:25
roastedWould it be a headache to set up two DHCP scopes within Ubuntu and tag each scope to a different VLAN?18:29
patdk-wkno, that is simple18:30
roastedis the tagging done in the dhcp scope or in the interface file per eth1 or eth2, etc?18:30
SpamapSroasted: VLAN tagging would be the network interface's responsibility18:35
jdstrandCrazyGir: re ufw> either prepend 'delete' in front of the rule you used to add it, or use 'sudo ufw status numbered' followed by 'sudo ufw delete #'18:45
jdstrandCrazyGir: see 'man ufw' for details18:45
roastedSpamapS, so I wouldn't put any VLAN tags within the dhcp scope at all then?18:51
SpamapSroasted: no, you would configure a vlan interface which you'd bind dhcpd to18:52
RoAkSoAxsmoser: for some reason in the devenv, the oinstalled host didn't disable PXE18:54
roastedSpamapS, would it just be done by a single vlan=1 tag or something like that?18:54
patdk-wknormally vlans are named like, eth0.1, eth0.10, eth0.1118:55
roastedI never did vlaning in linux18:55
SpamapSroasted: I think this works https://wiki.ubuntu.com/vlan18:55
patdk-wkyou could name them otherways, but it gets hard then whe nyou have more than one nic18:55
patdk-wkthat is pretty confusing18:56
smoserRoAkSoAx, so you mean it looped ?18:56
patdk-wkI only do the last part, modify the interfaces file18:56
SpamapSman interfaces doesn't mention 'vlan-raw-device'18:56
smoserthe preseed file that i supplied int hat image does not have any snippit or varialbe for nopxe callback18:56
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yeah just realized that18:56
RoAkSoAxsmoser: i though it did :)18:56
roastedSpamapS, that looks good. and easy. thank you!18:58
SpamapSahh.. looks like the 'vlan' package implementes it in if-pre-up.d18:58
smoserno. RoAkSoAx so we want to have that added.18:58
roastedSpamapS, that a good thing, I assume?19:00
patdk-wkwell, it won't work till you apt-get install vlan19:00
smoserRoAkSoAx, i'll update it with http://paste.ubuntu.com/643466/19:01
smoserwas the preseed otherwise correct?19:01
roastedoh right19:01
roastedits like 3 steps19:01
SpamapSdoc needs updating then19:02
patdk-wkapt-get install vlan; vim /etc/network/interfaces; ifup eth0.x19:02
roastedapt-get install vlan, add eth# to vlan#, assign static ip/subnet, etc19:02
smoserRoAkSoAx, ok. that is done. and pushed.19:03
smoserRoAkSoAx, did you use the 'setup.py' stuff to populate nodes ?19:04
smoserid' be interested in modifying that to support tagging the management class to assign it to an ensemble user also19:04
RoAkSoAxsmoser: yeah I already corrected the preseed19:09
RoAkSoAxsmoser: we need to start merging this stuff into lp:orchestra (basically the preseed)19:09
smoserright. we do.19:10
kirklandsmoser: RoAkSoAx: +119:11
smoserkim0, around ?19:11
smoserRoAkSoAx, i think after that long discussion we decided to use a snippet for the ensemble late_command so we'll need to do that. and i would suggest that we do the same for the nopxe19:12
smoserRoAkSoAx, SpamapS i think the late_command ends up looking something like this:19:15
smoserd-i   preseed/late_command string true && \19:15
smoser   $SNIPPET('ENSEMBLE_LATE_COMMAND') && \19:15
smoser   $SNIPPET('DISABLE_PXE') && \19:15
smoser   true # add your late_commands here19:15
RoAkSoAxsmoser: looks good to me19:17
robbiewRoAkSoAx: so are you the only person on the team not attending a sprint Aug 8-12 ?20:03
robbiewRoAkSoAx: interested in joining us in Austin...would probably help the Ensemble team...figure millbank isn't an option for you atm20:04
RoAkSoAxrobbiew: yeah I'm the only one not attending :'(20:05
RoAkSoAxrobbiew: and sure I'll be more than glad to travel20:05
robbiewthat's easily rectified20:05
robbiewRoAkSoAx: perfect...add your name to the wiki page and let marianna know you'll need accommodation20:06
RoAkSoAxrobbiew: hehe wanted to go to Dublin/London for a loooooooooooooooooooooooong time :)20:06
RoAkSoAxrobbiew: cool, will do20:06
robbiewthen book the flight20:06
robbiewyeah....poor timing, I guess20:06
RoAkSoAxrobbiew: Will do. Thanks20:07
utlemmingRoAkSoAx: fly Delta out of St. Paul...then we can give Robbie a little heartburn.20:07
ChmEarlboot succeeds but hangs for 40s at init-bottom script and throws timeout error on `watershed vgscan`. My root in on LVM20:08
ChmEarlthis is oneiric with custom kernel from git (dom0)20:09
RoAkSoAxutlemming: St.Paul as in MN?20:09
ChmEarlif I install mdadm (don't need it) the hang time goes away, but I have tons of raid modules loaded that I don't need20:10
utlemmingRoAkSoAx: Yeah, but from where you are that would be a miserable conncetion20:10
RoAkSoAxutlemming: heh.. I actually did depart from St. Paul once (To Detroit through ) and wouldn't do it twice :)20:12
RoAkSoAxin delta20:12
utlemminglol, worst I had was a flight from Seattle to Salt Lake through Dallas. Last time I want to fly American20:12
utlemmings/want to/did/20:13
RoAkSoAxutlemming: heh... AA for me has been great so far20:14
robbiewutlemming: lol20:16
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xibalba_hi folks, has anyone here done nic-boning with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS ? I am trying to create 2 BOND groups, but only my first bond is showing up21:33
xibalba_and actually my first bond isn't applying the correct settings21:34
xibalba_hmm, this chan seems a little inactive, and #ubuntu is a little too active21:37
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