zulwell looky that i can connect to a running libvirt using minicom00:33
matt___i'm trying to install ubuntu-server 10.04 on this new box that has an onboard software raid. right before i get to the partition guide it detects the raid and asks me if i want to initialize it. i select yes. when it gets to the the actual partition guide it doesn't show any disks. i ctrl+alt+f2 to a new console and run "dmraid -ay" . if i hit  go back in the instal process and re-detect the disks it does see it. when it finall02:28
twbDon't use fakeraid02:38
multiHYPtwb: reinstalled everything02:39
multiHYPnow with more knowledge on how to install, remove, autoremove even dependencies etc. thanks to .deb!02:39
matt___how do i get it to detect the raid then?02:40
multiHYPtwb: don't know if you remember me even, but you helped me alot the other day, thought i should tell the good news :)02:40
qman__matt___, simply don't use fakeraid, use software raid during ubuntu setup02:42
qman__it offers no real advantage, performance or otherwise, and it's unnecessarily difficult02:42
matt___so using the built in sw raid and the onboard sw raid is going to give the same performance?02:42
qman__a real raid controller can be a different story, but not onboard fakeraid02:42
qman__pretty much02:43
qman__in either case the CPU still does all the work02:43
squidlyI'm having an issues getting ubuntu natty to mount an ocfs2 cluster with two 10.10 nodes. Does anyone know of a fix for that?02:44
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GeorgeJGood morning folks06:01
GeorgeJI've setup apache with suexec, fcgi and php5. Everything works fine and dandy except for this one problem I'm having. .php files in the root directory are executed correctly, however, .php files in subdirectories are not for some reason.06:03
GeorgeJThe vhost configuration files looks like this: http://pastebin.com/DRBa25nJ06:04
uvirtbotNew bug: #839569 in apache2 (main) "Apache2 is still Range header DoS vulnerable if gzip compression is enabled" [High,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83956906:31
koolhead11hi all07:51
Davieyhey koolhead11 !08:07
Davieyhey rbasak o/08:09
rbasakhello Daviey!08:10
jamespagemorning all08:15
Davieyhey jamespage08:19
GeorgeJHow would one install php 5.2 on the 11.04? Or would you recommend 10.10?08:20
jamespageDaviey: thanks for sponsoring that jenkins upload for me08:23
koolhead11Daviey: hello sir08:26
koolhead11jamespage: hey08:26
jamespagemorning koolhead1108:26
koolhead11very good morning indeed!! :)08:27
koolhead11Daviey: i had to leave the custom partition in middle, as i got to work on something new.08:28
koolhead11jamespage: playing  with/on jenkins is on my todo as well :D08:29
Davieyjamespage: No problem.08:30
jamespagekoolhead11: great! let me know how you get on with it08:30
koolhead11sure  :)08:30
jamespageDaviey: think I need to raise an FFE for tomcat6/7 - we are a couple of versions behind upstream and latest fixes a CVE08:38
Davieyjamespage: we are currently = to Debian.. is anyone already working on it?08:40
jamespageI'll work on tomcat7 - I'm one of the maintainers08:40
jamespagetomcat6 with fix is not released yet but should be shortly08:40
jamespageagain I can work on that08:40
Davieyjamespage: Groovy, if it's updated in Debian first, it will taste sweeter.08:41
jamespageDaviey: ack08:41
just-a-visitorGeorgeJ: you can try this: http://thejibe.com/blog/10/5/php-5210-debs-ubuntu-104-lucid08:41
jamespageI work on tomat7 this morning and RFS ASAP - should not be to much of an issue08:42
Davieyjust-a-visitor: heh, we had this concern when we jumped to 5.308:42
Daviey*surely* it is compatiable now?08:43
just-a-visitorI must be missed that part. Not sure, but seems easy enough to test.08:45
DavieyI really wouldn't recommend using third party php debs, even if the binaries can be trusted - there is no security fix update path.08:47
Davieyjamespage: with your recent lxc fun, did you encounter bug 832111?08:48
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 832111 in nova "lxc instances never leave 'terminating' after terminate-instances" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83211108:48
jamespageno I did not08:49
jamespagethey either when 'terminated' or would not stop 'running'08:49
Davieyhow odd.. i don't think that portion of code has changed recently.08:50
DavieyI wonder if smoser can still reproduce it.08:51
Davieyjamespage: Can you add a comment with what you found, and ask smoser to reproduce it?08:51
just-a-visitorI also think, that the latest stable branch should be used from the repositories. Although there should be a good reason to use 5.2. Other than compiling from source there are not much one can do.08:55
Davieyjust-a-visitor: what is the good reason?08:57
DavieyI'm not saying you are wrong, just trying to understand it more.08:58
DavieyDrupal does seem to be 5.3 compatiable now?08:59
Tm_TFYI I updated the channel-specific ops call09:02
DavieyTm_T: thanks.09:05
just-a-visitorWell he did not mention. For example I have a legacy server that cannot be upgraded for technical reasons, that requires some older packages. But in this case I would go with the latest stable and fix the app instead.09:06
Tm_TDaviey: ofcourse, it might not contain all expected names, so if anything seems to be missing... (:09:07
Davieyjust-a-visitor: Yeah, i missed the question - got disconnected :)09:07
DavieyTm_T: I assume you added everyone on the access list?09:07
Tm_Tnot everyone, I left out few names that were missing there previously, as I expected they were left out intentionally09:08
DavieyTm_T: What you really mean is, that you left out poor infinity?09:11
Tm_TDaviey: pretty much, yes (:)09:12
sorenDaviey: Did you have any intention of working on this yourself? https://bugs.launchpad.net/nova/+bug/83838609:20
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 838386 in nova "Test suite requires kombu and carrot to be installed" [Low,Triaged]09:20
Davieysoren: I do actually have a branch which makes the test suite pass if carrot isn't installed.09:27
DavieyDefaults to kombu for the magic, and falls back to carrot..09:27
Daviey*However* there seems to be a bug in the test.py that doesn't allow conditonal test skipping09:29
DavieyIe, using the skip_if decorator on a class, rather than a function.09:29
jamespageDaviey: could you poke this for me please https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/maven-plugin-tools/2.8-1/+build/276738409:35
jamespageshould be OK now09:35
jamespagesync ordering caused it to FTBFS09:35
Davieyjamespage: poked09:37
n20Hello world! I'm trying to setup postfix/dovecote on my server, but with no luck - here's what I'm getting in my .err-log: postfix/smtpd[29751]: fatal: no SASL authentication mechanisms09:42
ersin20: Install sasl authentication :) (I'm looking for the package name atm)09:48
ersilibsasl perhaps09:48
n20Oh ok, I'll try that out!09:49
n20thanks ersi09:49
ersisince it seems like you're all setup with the config - looks like all your missing is the sasl auth files :)09:50
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n20ersi: Hmm... it seems like I have libsasl2-209:57
n20Grrr downtime10:23
linociscohow to give two IP for a server ?10:30
linociscohow to give two IP address on one network card ?10:30
ersilinocisco: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/ubuntu-linux-creating-ethernet-alias-for-eth0-network-device.html10:38
linociscoersi: so what is the idea ?10:42
linociscoersi:  eth0 with one IP and eth0:0 with another IP ?10:42
ersiyeah, it's called alias and you get 'one more IP'10:43
ersiReplace eth0 with eth1 or eth2 or whatever your interface is called10:43
linociscoersi: if i want to use internet , I have to put only one default gatway, right ?10:46
sorenDaviey, zul: Do you guys have any fixes for LXC lined up? I got the impression there were some issues.11:38
zulsoren: yeah there is a fix for lxc in the latest libvirt11:38
sorenzul: Nothing for Nova itself?11:38
zulsoren: and im working on some for nova11:38
sorenCool. What are they, and what's their ETA?11:39
zulsoren: its mostly shutdown issues for lxc and i dont have an eta on them just yet11:39
zulstill technically not bod (beginning of the day for me ;)11:39
sorenok :)11:41
Davieysoren: Yeah. smoser, zul and jamespage have all found various issues.. but it's ok because zul is ON THE CASE.11:59
* zul punches in his ticket for the day11:59
n20I'm (still) trying to setup postfix/dovecote on my server, but with no luck - here's what I'm getting in my .err-log: postfix/smtpd[29751]: fatal: no SASL authentication mechanisms. I've set it up according to the guide, so I don't quite know what to do12:12
aljosai've upgraded system "apt-get dist-upgrade" on a box with ibm db2 installed and now i have some issues with db2. anybody knows where i could discuss this since it's a package from "partner" repository?12:24
zulsoren: yeah but if you want to use lxc with nova use the most current oneiric images and libvirt12:32
sorenzul: What are the problems with earlier libvirts (if I wanted to backport the fixes)?12:39
zulsoren: there is a couple of issues, it was using things like ip and ifconfig in the containers  and /dev/ptmx was a symlink to a host so, things like ssh would not work correctly12:41
zulsoren: if you can figure out the lxc chardev stuff like you did for uml in libvirt that would be awesome12:43
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sorenzul: What's the problem exactly?12:54
zulwell for one this is no serial support ;)12:54
zulso it doesnt wrte whats in the console to a file12:55
sorenOf course there's no serial support. It's not virtualised :)12:55
smoserwe should not need *anything* from any new libvirt to have functional lxc13:01
hallynjdstrand: hey - on bug 840925, could the security team comment on whether you have any concerns?13:02
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 840925 in kvm "Please make /dev/kvm world-accessible in 45-qemu-kvm.rules" [Wishlist,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84092513:02
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zulsmoser: right13:05
smoseri dont want anyone spreading fud saying "we have to upgrade"13:07
sorenzul: Err... so which is it?13:07
smoserbug 832123 is the one that was the biggest pain for us13:07
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 832123 in libvirt "when booting oneiric cloud-images under libvirt, no pty is available" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83212313:07
koolhead11will someone show some love to this bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dbconfig-common/+bug/807038  This is becoming my show stopper in ensemble formula writing process13:08
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 807038 in dbconfig-common "dbconfig-common fails to preseed phpmyadmin on natty/lucid" [Medium,New]13:08
zulsoren: see above13:08
smosersoren, you were aware of bug 828211, but that did not affect hte ubuntu images, only my ttylinux images13:08
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 828211 in libvirt "libvirt lxc should not rely on 'ip' and 'ifconfig' inside container" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82821113:08
sorenzul: I am looking above. Right where you say "if you want to use lxc with nova use the most current oneiric images and libvirt".13:12
sorenBut ok. ttylinux images. Got it.13:12
smoserbut my latest ttylinux image has a work around for ip13:13
zulsoren: correct thats what I would do use the most current oneiric images and libvirt13:13
zulsmoser: what work around?13:13
smoserit has a suitable 'ip' command13:14
zula ok13:14
hallynjdstrand: thanks13:32
hallynSpamapS: so bug 820675 (and its ilk), are they there to be discussed during UDS, or do you have a plan, or do we need to talk, or what?14:38
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 820675 in libvirt "libvirt-bin upstart job will not be started again on transition from runlevel 1 to 2" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82067514:38
idlemind324so i have an openldap server the documentation indicates my uid's should start at 1000 in ldap but ubuntu's local users start at 1000. isn't having duplicate uids bad?14:46
DavieyEveryone having fun?14:54
idlemind324of course14:55
lynxmanDaviey: yes \o/15:00
robbiewDaviey: am I right to assume that an 11.10 Orchestra server could install older client images, i.e. 10.04LTS or 11.04?15:10
kirklandrobbiew: yes, it can15:11
robbiewkirkland: cool, thanks "Daviey" :P15:11
kirklandrobbiew: it won't be a full "orchestra client", with rsyslog and nagios integration, etc.15:11
robbiewthat's what I thought15:11
kirklandrobbiew: because our "ubuntu-orchestra-client" package doesn't exist until 11.1015:11
kirklandrobbiew: but it can install any older ubuntu system15:12
kirklandrobbiew: using a basic (or custom) preseed15:12
robbiewkirkland: I wonder if it makes sense to push for a microupdate (or whatever it's called) exception15:12
robbiewfor SURs15:12
robbiewlike landscape has for its' client15:12
robbiewDaviey: ^^^^thoughts?15:13
kirklandrobbiew: personally, i don't think so15:13
kirklandrobbiew: we'll have 12.04 LTS in a couple of months15:13
kirklandrobbiew: and there are some other ways of going about doing it15:13
kirklandrobbiew: like ppa:orchestra/ppa15:13
kirklandrobbiew: but that's your team's call ;-)15:14
robbiewkirkland: yeah...and a ppa is less "support" hassle15:14
* patdk-wk starts his ldap users at 100000, therefore skipping right over all known issues15:19
idlemind324In the Setting up ACL portion of Ubuntu Server Guide (OpenLDAP) I am trying to run: ldapsearch -xLLL -b cn=config -D cn=admin,cn=config -W olcDatabase=hdb olcAccess it executes and asks me for my password but when i enter my admin ldap password it says authetnication failed15:21
idlemind324any ideas?15:21
idlemind324the interesting part is i don't remember any user named cn=admin,cn=config ever being added as part of the guide but i may be interpreting the -D incorrectly15:22
* Daviey read scrollback15:31
SpamapShallyn: I do have a plan to use the network-services upstart job to control these "en masse" .. the start on for libvirt-bin is a little tricky (and, I think, not doing what you might think it does) but it probably just needs to be 'start on runlevel [2345]'15:32
Davieyrobbiew: Yeah, i wouldn't like to SRU that.15:32
DavieyAdding a PPA makes sense if people /really/ want it.15:32
SpamapSAs long as the PPA sees maintenance15:33
DavieySpamapS: I don't think it would need to be blessed as such, and the burden would probably be low.15:35
robbiewyeah...I think that's best15:35
DavieyAs in, not enabled by default, or anything daft.15:35
SpamapSNo no no15:35
SpamapSjust that, don't create a PPA for one user's request, and then never upload again15:35
robbiewyeah...just crack15:35
robbiewbetter to just say "upgrade!"15:36
Davieyfeel the latest baby!15:36
robbiewthen have them curse us for any bugs they encounter15:36
memoryleakIs there a programm to check how much RAM I can allocate from the VPS I'm using?15:36
Davieylifeless: You rock my world.15:36
melvincvHow may I start an app with Ubuntu server? Is it chkconfig command?15:44
Davieymelvincv: need more detail.15:45
patdk-wkthis isn't redhat/centos15:45
melvincvAlright, suppose I need to start the samba service along with Ubuntu server. What do I need to do to ensure that it runs on startup?15:46
Davieymelvincv: it should start by default.15:47
melvincvIs it the same with all other services like apache, dovecot, postfix, nis, etc.15:48
patdk-wknormally, unless /etc/default/xxx says disabled15:48
* melvincv has come over here from RHEL 5 and wants to know if Ubuntu server is better than CentOS.15:49
Davieymelvincv: If that is your primary benchmark, we are doing pretty well. :)15:50
melvincvGreat! So I'll get a test server running. But why doesn't 'service network restart' work? I need to learn new commands. :(15:51
* melvincv wonders if the guide in the channel topic is the best place to start?15:53
Daviey$ sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart15:53
* melvincv wonders, "Yes, but why the extra typing???"15:54
hallynSpamapS: sounds good, thx15:55
melvincvWell, long commands for a better server OS is actually a good bet.15:55
SpamapSDaviey: is that *actually* what we're recommending?15:56
SpamapSthat seems.. very broken15:56
SpamapSWe might want to think about renaming /etc/init/networking.conf .. it causes too much confusion15:56
RoAkSoAxDaviey: almost there for the demo15:57
DavieySpamapS: That is how i do all my non-upstart jobs.15:58
DavieyWell, even some which are upstart i still do that :./15:58
Davieysudo reboot, will also restart your networking :)15:58
SpamapSDaviey: we should be suggesting the use of the service command.15:59
SpamapSbut even then..15:59
SpamapSservice networking restart does the wrong thing. :-P15:59
* melvincv thinks that's weird...16:00
melvincvMaybe I should file a bug?16:00
* melvincv is checking out Getting Involved.16:01
tumbleweedanyone know who runs https://imagestor.canonical.com/ ? it appears that libcurl doesn't like it's cert16:03
patdk-wkdid you tell curl where the cert store is?16:04
tumbleweedoh I've given it the right CA cert16:04
tumbleweedit's not validating it16:04
tumbleweedopenssl has no problem with it16:05
patdk-wktumbleweed, ya, I can't get openssl to verify it, looks like it's not passing the intermediant certs16:09
tumbleweedyeah, but if you give curl the intermediate cert, that doesn't help. I'm getting the feeling gnutls doesnt' like wildcard certs16:10
patdk-wkdoubt that is it16:10
patdk-wkhow do I test with gnutls?16:11
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tumbleweedpatdk-wk: gnutls-cli16:15
tumbleweedno idea why gnutls doesn't like it16:16
tumbleweed"Fatal error: Error in the certificate"16:17
patdk-wkworks for me, atleast with other wildcard certs16:18
patdk-wkbut both gnutls and openssl have issues iwth that one16:19
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tumbleweedfrom what I can tell, gnutls is far stricter about the intermediate certificate chain than openssl is (give openssl the certificate that signed this one, as a CA certifacet, and it's happy)16:23
ersiMaybe it's issued by a retard CA who has gotten it's trust revoked16:24
tumbleweedwhich really comes back to why I came in here. Anyone know who runs that service, it's clearly got a problematic configuration16:24
patdk-wkersi, nope16:24
patdk-wklooks like that root is not trusted by ubuntu at all, but is via firefox16:28
SpamapSutlemming: ping re upload to oneiric...16:37
SpamapSutlemming: start on runlevel [2345] and local-filesystems and net-device-up IFACE!=lo16:37
SpamapSthis is redundant in oneiric16:38
SpamapSrunlevel 2 happens only after all interfaces in /etc/network/interfaces are up16:38
SpamapSzul: ^^16:38
SpamapSit also breaks runlevel 116:38
zuldang it16:38
utlemmingSpamapS: interesting...okay, redoing16:39
SpamapSlocal-filesystems, btw, *ALWAYS* happens before runlevel 2 , even going back to karmic16:39
utlemmingSpamapS: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/squid/+bug/83162816:39
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 831628 in squid "squid upstart script doesn't check for filesystems" [Low,Fix committed]16:39
SpamapSAhh, I'd have marked that Invalid. :) runlevel 2 happens after all automatic fsck's... so whatever he's seeing is more than a little surprising16:40
SpamapSI do actually think it needs to be just 'runlevel [2345]16:41
SpamapSI recall now that the reason for the 'or net-device-up IFACE!=lo' was to catch interfaces that come up after runlevel 2...16:41
SpamapSutlemming: so yeah, I think you can just do 'runlevel [2345]'16:44
utlemmingSpamapS: for my education, do you have a link to where that is documented?16:46
SpamapSHeh.. http://upstart.ubuntu.com/cookbook/16:46
SpamapSutlemming: upstart can be a mess. Trying to simplify it so we don't have to think so hard for each upstart job.16:46
zulits like rocket science ;)16:47
SpamapSYeah, it should be more like making cheeseburgers. :)16:47
utlemmingas in "I can has cheezburgers"16:49
utlemmingSpamapS: how did the merge regress bug #561779? I was a good little boy and tested it. Also, I deleted the merge request -- so it didn't make it all the way.16:54
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 561779 in squid "squid is not started on runlevel transition 1 -> 2" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/56177916:54
SpamapSutlemming: because on transition from runlevel 1 -> 2 , local-filesystems won't be emitted.17:00
jetoleHey guys. Does anyone know how I can force quit rmmod when I used the -w (wait option). I changed my mind on waiting for these modules but now rmmod won't respond to kill -9 (it's not even defunct) and I killed the parent process, bash, but now it's just been inherited by init18:01
jetole... it's currently in a uninteruptable sleep18:02
Davieysmoser / utlemming: Does aufs not work in oneiric cloud images?18:18
smoseri dont know why it would not. other than possibly module not being present in -virtual18:19
Davieysmoser: seems that is the case18:20
DavieyCONFIG_AUFS_FS=m .. hmm18:20
jetolemy question can be ignored. appearently a process in a uninteruptable sleep can't really be forced to quit. even kill -9 has no effect and no way around that other then rebooting. If the process changes it's state to not being in the sleep then it will receive the signal immediately and quit but while it's in that state it's untouchable18:22
Davieysmoser: we also don't have an admin group?18:22
* jetole goos to the data center. bbiab18:22
smoserDaviey, i dont know that i care too much about admin... its likely not a regression (unless it is of the live-build tools)18:25
smoserif it is a regression, then we need it fixed.18:25
smoserplease open a bug on aufs against kernel18:26
Davieysmoser: I just threw the question into -kernel.18:27
Davieysmoser: I just used a tool which expected the admin group to exist.18:27
DavieyReally, we should be mimicing the main flavour. :)18:27
GrueMasteriscsi on arm is going to be a major headache.  I can get both target & initiator to work on arm, but I can't get iscsi-rootfs to work.  Not sure if iscsi is somehow corrupting initramfs.18:33
koolhead17hi guys18:35
adam_gGrueMaster: what are the symptoms?18:38
GrueMasterGarbage output on serial console when loading initramfs.18:38
GrueMastersigh, now I'm fighting screen console output.18:41
smoserDaviey, also bug 84416618:42
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 844166 in ubuntu "no admin group in cloud-images" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84416618:42
sorenjetole: Yeah, that's pretty much what "uninterruptible" means :)18:43
sorenjetole: "defunct" means a process has terminated, but its parent hasn't called wait() on it. Quite different things.18:44
smoserand bug 84416418:44
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 844164 in Ubuntu Oneiric "cloud-images: /etc/cloud/build.info is emtpy" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84416418:44
koolhead17what/how will i proceed if i have some custom scripts initiated at first ubuntu deployment on laptop, like cloud-init ?18:45
sorenjetole: All resources pertaining to defunct processes have been released except for one final thing: Their exit code. The kernel can't delete the process from its process table until someone has bothered to check its exit code (By calling wait*()).18:46
Davieythanks smoser18:49
koolhead17hey Daviey18:49
Davieyhey koolhead1718:49
koolhead17Daviey: i needed answer of this question :)18:49
DavieyGrueMaster: you might be hitting bug 83880918:50
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 838809 in Ubuntu Oneiric "authenticated and unauthenicated iscsi clients fails to complete boot" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83880918:50
koolhead17shall i request a blueprint :D18:50
Davieykoolhead17: zul did do some work to get cloud-init working on normal hardware last cycle.18:51
DavieyDon't know if it got anywhere.18:51
koolhead17ooh ok. it will be cool to have in end option coming in ISO install saying paste custom script, like cobbler, cloud-init or amazon :D18:51
Davieyzul: didn't you?18:51
Davieykoolhead17: well there is a late_command you can preseed whilst still in the installer.18:52
koolhead17Daviey: yeah am using that, i meant in general booting from ISO in hardware. if there is sumthing18:52
koolhead17it will be really cool18:52
GrueMasterDaviey: I don't think this applies to me.  What I am seeing is far different.  Actual garbage on the console when the kernel jumps into the initramfs.18:53
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: hello18:53
DavieyGrueMaster: ok18:53
* koolhead17 bows to robbiew18:55
Davieykoolhead17: You could throw something into /etc/rc.local and make sure it's flushed18:55
koolhead17aah, i did that only. :)18:55
koolhead17Daviey: whom should i run after for the bug i filled :P18:56
Davieykoolhead17: As i said, it really needs more debug info. :(18:56
DavieyIt needs enough information for someone to be able to reproduce it18:56
koolhead17Daviey: i provided hardware detail and scenario as well :( and  syslog ceases after assigning the IP18:57
jetolesoren: Yeah I understand what a zombie process is. Uninteruptable sleep is not a zombie or defunct process though and it can consume RAM and when that sleep ends then it can continue to use other resources18:57
* jetole just got back from the data center18:57
koolhead17with the big Success! :P18:57
* koolhead17 was inside there for past 2 days to get cobbler oneiric love working18:58
jetolesoren: uninteruptable sleep can be, for example, when the process makes a sys call and is waiting on input from the kernel, in this case the kernel is blocking signals18:58
magicblaze007previously my apache wsgi apps were located in /var/www -- for some reason, now apache looks for one of those apps in /etc/apache2/htdocs -- any ideas how to fix this? I tried adding DocumentRoot in the virtualhost entry, but that doesnt help either18:58
sorenjetole: Yes, exactly.18:59
sorenjetole: And uninterruptible means exactly that: It cannot be interrupted (by, say, kill -9).18:59
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: howdy!! (sorry was out for lunch)18:59
jetolesoren: take a process that calls a system function and the system function, the code withing the kernel itself is either waiting on something or processing something to complete the call. the process would be in uninteruptable sleep until the kernel / system function returns to it18:59
koolhead17Daviey: i will make video of it now and post it somewhere. haha :D19:00
jetolesoren: well I understand that now but it's Linux. You never know who found a hack for what19:00
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: long time. how have you been.19:00
Davieykoolhead17: I mean, it needs a log showing failure.. or more debug info.19:00
jetolesoren: in case it was say tweaking something in /proc or who knows. When I asked I thought there may have been a work around and when I said you can ignore my question because I now understand the answer, then what I meant was you can ignore my question because I now understand the answer :P19:01
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: pretty good, yourself?19:01
sorenjetole: I didn't see that until after I responded :)19:01
koolhead17Daviey: but i left the machine for over 1 hr and notthing happens19:02
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 842509 in debian-installer "debian-installer fails to proceed/ceases if preseed fails to assign IP  automatically." [Undecided,New]19:02
jetolesoren: heh. It's cool. I'm justing teasing19:02
koolhead17i have added exact line the logfile leaves in syslong19:02
koolhead17and yes i have passed "kopts" in my preseed file to listen to eth119:03
* jetole is now looking into a open-iscsi bug in 8.10 and how to resolve. Appearently open-iscsi in 8.10 is two different versions of open-iscsi wraped into one package that leads to errors19:03
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: fighting with custom partition via cobbler/preseed, all tricks been unsucessful19:03
Davieykoolhead17: Did you try updating your cobbler iso pool to the latest daily ISO?19:03
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: ah yeah, there are some limitations when doing so19:03
jetolehttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/open-iscsi/+bug/289470 yay!19:03
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 289470 in open-iscsi "open-iscsi user-space does not match kernel module version" [Critical,Fix released]19:03
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: at least for no questions asked19:03
jetolesoren: it just so happens there is someone mentioned in this bug by the name of soren19:04
jetolesoren: don't suppose that's you?19:04
koolhead17Daviey: i did not unfortunately. :(19:04
koolhead17will get back to you after trying that19:05
sorenjetole: sorry, which bug?19:05
Davieykoolhead17: Yeah, the kernel bumped - so it could be related to that19:05
jetolesoren: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/open-iscsi/+bug/289470 - open-iscsi: two versions compiled to one package as a downstream from a debian error19:05
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 289470 in open-iscsi "open-iscsi user-space does not match kernel module version" [Critical,Fix released]19:05
koolhead17Daviey: okey.no more troubling you until am done testing new ISO :)19:06
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: but are you trying to achieve anything using cloud-init and orchestra?19:06
sorenjetole: Yup, that would be me.19:06
Davieykoolhead17: cool!19:06
jetolesoren: well maybe you can save me sometime. so far I have read to where a resolution exists in a ppa. Should I go with that solution or should I continue reading to the end of the bug report?19:06
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: nopes working on some automation in datcentre, no orchestra19:07
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: oh ok19:07
sorenjetole: No idea. It's been almost three years. :)19:07
koolhead17Daviey: i just loved the late command option in preseed, its been life saver for me. :D19:07
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: in ensemble/orchestra we are doing a late_command to pass cloud-init meta-data19:08
koolhead17i changed repo info/pushed interface static address and many more other stuff :D19:08
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: i have not touched orchestra, i have worked on ensemble though19:08
Davieykoolhead17: heh19:08
koolhead17and am stuck in ensemble because of a stupid bug19:08
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dbconfig-common/+bug/80703819:09
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 807038 in dbconfig-common "dbconfig-common fails to preseed phpmyadmin on natty/lucid" [Medium,New]19:09
koolhead17Daviey: am hoping to get the hostname bug issue fixed too in new image :)19:09
Davieykoolhead17: sweet19:10
* koolhead17 wants to work/try out jenkins soon19:11
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: orchestra is just a wrapper for cobbler where we integrate various stuff19:12
RoAkSoAxkoolhead17: so it is really cobbler when I'[m talkiing about preseeding cloud-init stuff19:12
koolhead17RoAkSoAx: ooh. ok19:12
magicblaze007on ubuntu, is the default directory for apache /etc/apache2/htdocs?19:13
popeyWhat is the best supported method of installing Ubuntu from a 64-bit ISO onto a machine that has no optical drive?19:13
koolhead17magicblaze007: /var/www19:13
popeybonus points if you dont mention PXE19:13
koolhead17boot from usb :D19:13
popeyhow do I get the iso on the usb?19:13
RoAkSoAxpopey: usb-creator19:14
magicblaze007koolhead17: something is wrong with my config -- http://paste.pocoo.org/show/471977/ -- for some reason -- myserver.com/chat goes and looks up /etc/apache2/htdocs...any ideas why?19:14
popeyhave you ever tested usb-creator with a server cd?19:14
koolhead17popey: how will it differ?19:14
popeyusb creator is designed to make live cd usb images19:15
popeynot alternate d-i ones19:15
koolhead17will give it a try tomorrow then19:16
* popey tries it now19:18
magicblaze007anyone can help me debug my httpd.conf file please? http://paste.pocoo.org/show/471977/19:18
popey..and the answer is no, it doesn't work19:24
Davieykoolhead17: How are you getting on with bug 795481?19:24
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 795481 in principia "Formula needed: phpmyadmin" [Wishlist,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/79548119:24
popeyyou get dropped to a boot: prompt with a vesamenu.c32: not a Com32R image error.19:24
DavieyHmm, it worked in Natty.19:25
koolhead17Daviey: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dbconfig-common/+bug/80703819:26
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 807038 in dbconfig-common "dbconfig-common fails to preseed phpmyadmin on natty/lucid" [Medium,New]19:26
koolhead17stopped me from going there19:26
koolhead17and i moved on to cobbler :(19:26
koolhead17automation stuff19:26
DavieyRoAkSoAx: Have you tried creating usb sticks recently?19:26
Daviey(being related to testdrive, and all)19:27
RoAkSoAxDaviey: like couple weeks ago19:27
RoAkSoAxDaviey: what's wrong?19:27
popeyunetbootin makes a usb stick that fails to find the CD ROM during install.19:28
popeyusb creator fails with a boot: prompt19:28
Davieypopey: unetbootin is a PoS last time i tried it.19:29
* popey tries dd19:29
koolhead17unetbootin is cool. i use that only19:30
popeyfor server CDs?19:30
koolhead17popey: for any ISO IMHO. So give it a try :)19:31
popeyI did. As I said, it fails.19:31
T3CHKOMMIEhey guys, im having a kernel emergecny, can anyone help me figure out why my custom kernal is panicing when it tryes to mount the VFS /dev/sda1?19:32
DavieyAnnoyingly i don't have a spare usb pendrive to hand, thanks to dendrobates :/19:32
DavieyT3CHKOMMIE: It sounds like the bug is "custom kernel"19:32
Davieypopey: Are you using usb-creator on natty or oneiric?19:33
T3CHKOMMIEDaviey, im not fan of this, but my insturctors apparently dont know what they are doing and ive read all the instructions, i think i just dont concetpually understand what is going on. i loads the kernal, trys to boot then panics when it tries to mount the vfs19:33
DavieyT3CHKOMMIE: Why are you using a custom kernel?19:34
T3CHKOMMIEDaviey, its a dumb class requirment.19:35
T3CHKOMMIEthe require us to do this shit on modern oses with 3 year old lab instructions.... and when shit breaks they say "google it"19:36
T3CHKOMMIEso ive been here for 5 horus and cant get the GD thing to boot :@19:36
popeyDaviey: oneiric19:36
Davieypopey: ah!19:37
GrueMasterT3CHKOMMIE: Sounds like it cant find initrd.19:38
Davieypopey: I suspect it's a bug in that. :(19:38
T3CHKOMMIEwell, looks like with 10.4 i have to compile this orginally with some extra scripts.19:38
T3CHKOMMIEF word.19:38
* popey reboot into natty and will test all three methods again19:39
T3CHKOMMIEGrueMaster, do you know of a way for me to get this kernel working on 10.04? if that is the problem?19:39
Davieypopey: cool, thanks19:40
GrueMasterT3CHKOMMIE: Not really.  I don't do custom kernel stuff.  But you should be able to boot to a standard kernel and rebuild the initramfs.19:40
GrueMasterUse "sudo update-initramfs -k <kernel>"19:41
T3CHKOMMIEawesome let me give that a shot.19:41
T3CHKOMMIEGrueMaster, if the kernel is already compiled is there a way to do this without recompiling?19:43
GrueMasterif the kernel & modules are installed (make install) then update-initramfs should build an initrd.19:44
T3CHKOMMIEok, seems like im still having the problem, should i have something like initramfs=/dev/sda1 in the 40_custom file?19:49
GrueMasterHuh?  I don't even follow what you are trying to accomplish here.  what is your boot cmdline?  You should have grub (or other boot loader) loading initramfs=/boot/initrd.img or something like that.19:51
GrueMasterLook at a running system to get a better understanding.19:51
Davieypopey: how is it looking?19:55
GrueMasterDaviey: Here is the console output from booting my panda with iscsi rootfs.  http://paste.ubuntu.com/684686/  The only difference I can think of is that I added iscsi to /etc/initramfs-tools/modules and ran update-initramfs -u per http://etherboot.org/wiki/sanboot/ubuntu_iscsi19:56
popeydding Daviey19:56
Davieypopey: I don't have confidence that dd will work.. i think it will fail to find something early on during the installer.19:58
Davieypopey: did natty fail?19:58
DavieyGrueMaster: The kernel is on the sd?19:59
DavieyGrueMaster: do you have it connected to a network?20:00
popeyDaviey: dding to a partition20:00
GrueMasterGet beyond the basics, please.  I have been doing netinstalls on these systems since A2.20:01
DavieyGrueMaster: Can you try pinging?  I wonder if when the root fs comes up it is dropping the serial console.20:01
popeyDaviey: which also fails20:01
GrueMasterNo net.20:01
GrueMasterIt isn't getting that far.20:02
DavieyGrueMaster: I'm trying to help here.  If you are going to be like that, it can wait until tomorrow.20:02
popeyDaviey: trying usb creator20:02
popeyand dbus errors in usb-creator20:03
Davieypopey: in natty?20:03
GrueMasterDaviey: Sorry, but I have been doing system QA for the better part of 20 years, and I tend to get touchy when someone asks me noob questions (like "did you plug it in?")20:03
DavieyGrueMaster: TBH, my brain wasn't in gear.. If i had thought about it, i'd have realised that it must be connected for iscsi.  It was really a pre-question to see if you could ping it, confirming if it was still booting ok - and the serial console had just gone AWOL.20:04
GrueMasterFair enough.  :P20:04
popeyDaviey: formatted and trying usb creator20:04
GrueMasterFrom what it looks like, something in the initramfs is getting corrupted.20:05
GrueMasterThe same system booted just fine to USB prior to updating the initramfs.20:05
GrueMasterThat's why I find it so odd.20:06
DavieyGrueMaster: do you have a pastebin of a loca filesystem boot?  I don't want to set mine up at the moment.20:07
GrueMasterSure, give me a sec.20:07
DavieyGrueMaster: hold fire, i have one20:09
DavieyGrueMaster: So.. http://pb.daviey.com/JOuM/20:09
DavieyGrueMaster: you get crap, where you should get - [ 2.430053] console [ttyO2] enabled20:09
popeyDaviey: fails on natty too, usb creator that is20:09
DavieyNow i suspect it's a baud mismatch or something20:09
popeythis is why I asked initially what the supported way was20:09
Davieypopey: The supported way is using usb-creator. :/20:09
* popey keeps trying20:10
DavieyWould someone be able to reproduce using usb-creator-gtk to create a server pendrive, and check you can get to the installer.. Seems to be broken for popey, and it would be nice if it could be reproduced.20:11
popeygonna try the netinst image20:11
jetolesoren: ah thanks. Sorry for the long delay but got called into a meeting20:12
DavieyGrueMaster: Your /etc/init/ttyO2.conf settings are correct?20:14
GrueMasterYes.  Verified.20:14
DavieyGrueMaster: So i have seen that crap on the output when i put wrong speed settings.. but if you are using the same settings as you normally use, i can't see how it could be that20:17
GrueMasterOk, I checked something else, and apparently my SD had some corruption.  Now getting further.20:19
GrueMasterYet another bug, it would seem.20:20
GrueMasterSo now I appear to be stuck at the bug you mentioned earlier.20:20
DavieyGrueMaster: Does text input make more rubbish show on the console?20:21
GrueMasterNot after zeroing & reimaging the SD.20:22
DavieyGrueMaster: Ah!  You are getting good text now?20:22
Davieyand seeing bug 838809 ?20:22
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 838809 in Ubuntu Oneiric "authenticated and unauthenicated iscsi clients fails to complete boot" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/83880920:22
GrueMasterYes.  The initrd was indeed corrupt, but due to SD.20:22
GrueMasterI think so.  It just spewed a bunch of ext4 transport errors.20:23
GrueMasterBut it has mounted the iscsi volume and is running through init.20:24
DavieyGrueMaster: hurray!20:24
DavieyI'd never have considered the SD being bad :/20:24
GrueMasterWell, until I see login, I am not calling this a full success.20:24
GrueMasterYea.  The SD issue I have seen from time to time, but usually when reflashing daily images on it. These particular systems have dedicated SD cards that don't get reflashed, just reformatted.20:25
DavieyGrueMaster: ah20:32
popeyDaviey: bug 64581820:34
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 645818 in usb-creator "Unknown keyword in configuration file: gfxboot" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64581820:34
Davieypopey: that is weird.. i know i used usb pendrives for server during the natty cycle.. :/20:36
koolhead17so popey was right?20:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #829064 in glance "glance/common/utils.py creates dangerous "execute" function that uses the shell to run commands without filtering meta characters" [Low,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82906421:01
Davieyuvirtbot: did you see some issues we were seeing with the cloud images?21:09
uvirtbotDaviey: Error: "did" is not a valid command.21:09
Davieyerr, utlemming21:09
utlemmingDaviey: pong21:10
utlemmingDaviey: the couple of issues -- admin user missing and build.info missing -- have been fixed21:10
utlemmingDaviey: I'm finalizing the testing now21:11
Davieyutlemming: rocking!21:12
utlemmingDaviey: you're in luck -- fixes confirmed. Tonights builds should have those included...unless you want them sooner. I could have new images ETA 4hours21:13
Davieyutlemming: i hope to be asleep by then :)21:13
utlemmingDaviey: lol21:14
Davieyutlemming: what is the plan to diff the output of the old toolscheme to lb?21:14
utlemmingDaviey: incdiently I was working on the image diff tool earlier today. I'll have an initial pass completed in a couple hours21:15
utlemmingDaviey: I'm going to do side-by-side builds of old versus new for the next week and gets diffs on it.21:16
Davieyutlemming: cool!21:17
talntidhad a full HDD.... deleted 9.1GB of logs, but it's still showing full.. any way to update without rebooting?22:06
patdk-lapit will still show as full, untill the files are closed22:12
patdk-lapsounds like those log files are still open by some program22:12
talntidhmm... I see...22:12
talntidlsof should be able to take care of that, right?22:13
patdk-lapI believe so22:13
RyanPIt's quite possibly syslog keeping the space.22:13
talntiddid a lsof | grep log, saw a lot of rsyslog entries with (file deleted) at the end.. figured, cool.. killed the rsyslogd process, still no space...22:24
talntidrsyslogd auto restarted, and no longer says deleted...22:24
DavieyIf anyone wants to look at security fixing http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=640028 that would be great! :)22:31
uvirtbotDebian bug 640028 in bcfg2-server "Unescaped shell command vulnerabilities" [Critical,Fixed]22:31
uvirtbotNew bug: #844336 in net-snmp (main) "snmpd launched before network is fully up" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84433622:42
koolhead17Daviey: thanks for updating the bug and assigning it to debain bug. :D23:16
JRWROn Ubuntu 11.04, Running OpenLDP and Apache2 using SVN/WebDav setup, In Firefox, I can auth fine to the server (LDAP Authz) in svn I can auth, but I cannot mount the WebDav as a drive in windows, It refuses to accept the login details, Site Config: http://paste.ubuntu.com/684801/ - Access.log http://paste.ubuntu.com/684802/ - error.log http://paste.ubuntu.com/684803/23:25
bcessacan someone here point me into some docs about how to setup certificate-based SSH auth? thanks, I don't mean plain priv/pub keys23:36
jeeves_mosswhat package has starutil in it?  I can't find it.23:48

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