gary_posterbac benji gmb, call in 212:28
gary_posterbac benji gmb, if anyone wants to take Julian up on his offer/request on the internal mailing list to explain what's going on with process-death-row, please do, and let the rest of us know12:41
benjiI have to admit I've ignored email thus far today.12:42
gary_posterbtw, I have another visit to the garage in 30 min or so12:49
bacgary_poster: did you try upgrading to oneiric?13:00
gary_posterbac, I tried upgrading to natty first.  Horrible failure. :-/13:01
gary_posterbut then my maverick was hosed it seemed13:01
bacgary_poster: oh, you *are* behind13:01
gary_posterbac, I have an clean oneiric waiting for me to set it up13:02
baci thought grabbing beta 1 (like we're supposed to) was brave13:02
gary_posterI just keep on putting it off13:02
gary_posterit runs, I just don't have my dev environment13:02
=== Ursinha-afk is now known as Ursinha
bacgary_poster: would you run 'ec2 images' and tell me the newest one reported.  should be 52113:27
gary_posterbac, it is.13:27
gary_posterbac benji gmb, at wgrant's request, we need to get  r13891 deployed in about 4.5 hours after buildbot run, if possible.  he warns: "buildbot has been a little unreliable lately: if this test run fails, get a LOSA to check for and kill any orphaned processes on pigeonpea. bzr forking services and rabbitmqs have been leaking occasionally."13:39
gary_postermthaddon adds: "I'd rather we figured out why these processes are hanging around - seems like we've had to do this kind of clean up quite a lot recently"13:39
gary_posterSo, let's try to keep an eye on buildbot.  I have an alarm for when the suite is supposed to pass if nothing fails.13:39
gary_posterMeanwhile, I'm off to the garage, and will be back soon hopefully.13:39
gary_posterbenji, our squad has two extra tasks today.  I kinda figure you and I maybe ought to take them, since bac and gmb had extra CHR fun on Monday and left us with such a nicely clean plate.14:38
gary_posterOne is to try to understand what the heck bigjools is talking about with the email he sent.  He estimates 10 minutes, but honestly I'm concerned that this is insufficient for the time to be spent valuably, at least if I'm the one listening.  I tend to start nodding my head in desperation when I hear much about soyuz.14:38
gary_posterI suspect you know more than I about packaging.  I also suspect that this is the less onerous of the two tasks.  I'm happy for you to take this one, if you wish.14:38
gary_posterThe second task is to be buildbot-daddy and deployment-daddy, and make sure that gets to completion, as I mentioned before.  AFAICT, tests are doing OK so far.  That said, if something fails, it may involve trying to figure out what is going on wrong with https://lpbuildbot.canonical.com/builders/lucid_lp/builds/1342/steps/shell_6/logs/summary14:38
gary_posterI'm willing to take that one.14:38
gary_posterTo be clear, I think task one is easier, so I'd be happy to take that, if you want the other one. ;-)14:38
benjiI'm glad to pretend to know more than you do about soyuz.14:39
* benji finds the email to read.14:40
gary_posterthanks benji14:45
benjiWhat is it good for?!15:10
gary_posterabsolutely nothing!15:11
gary_posterthe song is good for working to though15:15
benjiI saw someone reccomend working to dubstep, the first thing that came to mind was this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEcj2xi9Ctc15:26
gary_posterAnd CHR is done!  ...and no, I don't think I'd work to that :-P15:39
benjiI can't believe I understood what Julian was talking about. ;)15:46
gmbgary_poster: Remind me again: how are we supposed to do UI JS integration testing these days? ISTR that we killed windmill and yet lp/bugs/windmill is still staring at me like the creature from the black lagoon.15:46
benjiIIRC, we are using windmill for what it's really meant for (very high level functional tests) and the YUI bits for other JS things15:47
gary_postergmb, heh.  This was the project I was mentioning that Deryck hasn't been able to get back to, that I'm trying to get into a landable state just now.  It will be YUI tests that have simple Python fixtures for a backend.  It's all there (at least as far as it working) except hooking it into the test suite.15:48
gary_posterWe intend to sump winmill entirely15:48
benji(I actually like that song, the miming is hilarious though.  I rairly work to music though, too distracting.)15:48
gary_posterand Deryck will be getting rid of all windmill tests15:49
gary_posterwe expect to add selenium for acceptance-test style things later15:49
gary_posterbut that means more set-up of some sort that I've forgotten now15:49
gmbgary_poster: Right. I ask because Aaron has demanded tests - which is fair - but I don't want to write Windmill tests if I can help it. I'm tempted to file it under "tests will be added in a later branch once $foo_work is complete" but I don't know if that's acceptable.15:49
gmb(Well, since I'm saying it, I know it's not, acceptable, but I was hoping there was some non Windmill solution)15:50
gary_postergmb, you could say you are blocked on me finishing this, then. I might be done today.  Then you will be using the barely tested new test functionality, of course, but somebody has to be first.... :-P15:52
gary_posterwell, it has plenty of tests15:52
gmbI like a challenge :)15:52
gary_posterbut no-one has actually tried to use it yet except to test itself15:52
gmbBut yeah, it seems kind of pointless doing windmill stuff if we're just going to have to re-write it soonish.15:52
gary_posterheh, ok, gmb, I'll keep you apprised then, and try to get this done post-haste15:52
gmbCool, thanks.15:52
* benji woories for his connectivity, given this thunderstorm.15:54
=== Ursinha is now known as Ursinha-holiday
gary_posterbenji, I'm about to report on the list that your qa-bad r13889 (from bug 742662) is, because of an overlapping qa-bad that was introduced in r13862 that was just fixed *after* your revision, blocking any deployment.  :-/  Please roll that back asap :-)17:40
_mup_Bug #742662: Mixed new line markers causing OOPS while importing translations <bad-commit-13889> <oops> <qa-bad> <rosetta-imports> <Launchpad itself:Fix Committed by benji> < https://launchpad.net/bugs/742662 >17:40
benjigary_poster: will do (/me tries to remember exactly how to do that)17:41
gary_posterbenji, can help if you want.  I've had to do it recently17:42
benjigary_poster: thanks; I assume it starts with a new branch to which I merge the reverse revisions and then either bin/ec2 land or pqm-submit17:43
gary_posterbenji, yes, with a particular command-line argument there at the end.  Look in the --help output for it17:44
benjigary_poster: argument for which step?17:44
gary_posterbenji, ec2 land or bzr lp-land (I almost never use pqm-submit directly these days)17:45
benjik, thanks17:45
* bac chrs20:01
* bac done!20:14

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