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jibelbdmurray, good morning07:55
jibelbdmurray, there are tons of update-manager release upgrade failures where the upgrade logs are not attached to the report. Could something be done to improve that ?07:57
jibelbdmurray, there is now a question but I'm not sure people see it when they report the failure.07:57
carandraugHi! I have a question about how bugs are managed in ubuntu in launchpad. Supposed a bug has been reported in launchpad and then fixed upstream. How should I mark the bug in launchpad? Fix released? It was upstream, it's just not in the ubuntu package yet11:04
SwitchDKHi all, is it possible to assign a bug to an individual or specific PPA. I have turned a question into a bug report which should be filed against https://launchpad.net/~ondrej/+archive/redmine but not sure how to do it. The bug is bug/87809011:05
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SwitchDKcarandraug: I am wondering if it should be marked as duplicate11:08
SwitchDKbut we need confirmation from the Gurus on this channel11:08
carandraugSwitchDK, why duplicate? The project is not being developed in launchpad, there's only one istance of that bug in launchpad11:08
SwitchDKcarandraug: because there is a master bug record but as I said I am just guessing (still very new to this)11:10
kanhai fixed a bug #818475 and after testing pushed it to launchpad but i dont how to merge it and how to apply for sponsorship..11:37
ubot4Launchpad bug 818475 in bash-completion (Ubuntu) "Option no longer available for dpkg still present in completion (affects: 1) (heat: 5)" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/81847511:37
kanhahow to merge?11:40
brendandhey pedro_12:51
pedro_hello brendand12:51
brendandwhat do you make of this?12:52
brendand> hugday list12:52
brendandThe program 'hugday' is currently not installed.  You can install it by typing:12:52
brendandsudo apt-get install ubuntu-qa-tools12:52
brendandbrendand@brendand-6930p:~/src/hugday-tools/trunk$ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-qa-tools12:52
brendandReading package lists... Done12:52
brendandBuilding dependency tree12:52
brendandReading state information... Done12:52
brendandE: Unable to locate package ubuntu-qa-tools12:52
pedro_looks like we need to make a package? :-P12:55
pedro_should work if you do ./hugday list , right?12:55
pedro_hey vish12:55
brendandpedro_ - yeah, i'm just running from from source12:58
pedro_m looks like hugday list doesn't work though12:59
pedro_i mean its retuning nothing12:59
PiciHrm.  Getting a few reports of people getting errors during upgrades, unable to hit http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/oneiric-proposed/main/dist-upgrader-all/
arandPici: I get a not found on that, am I supposed to?13:34
Piciarand: Well, it depends if you want the bug to exist or not ;) Its referenced from http://changelogs.ubuntu.com/meta-release13:34
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hggdhvish: hello again :-)14:24
vishhggdh: hello sir.. :-)14:26
bdmurrayjibel: some examples would help14:50
jibelbdmurray, bug 878141 for example14:51
ubot4Launchpad bug 878141 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "E:Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages. (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87814114:51
jibelbug 87810714:52
ubot4Launchpad bug 878107 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "upgrade 11.10 fails on prestep (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87810714:52
jibelbug 87809214:52
ubot4Launchpad bug 878092 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "unable to upgrade (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87809214:52
bdmurrayokay! I get it. ;-)14:52
jibelbug 87789014:52
ubot4Launchpad bug 877890 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "Update manager cannot upgrade from 11.04 to 11.10 (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87789014:52
bdmurrayso the issue is the package hook doesn't know if you were last trying to perform a distribution upgrade or a regular update14:53
bdmurraythat's why the question is asked14:54
jibelIn oneiric there is a dialog saying "Is the issue you are reporting one you encountered when upgrading Ubuntu from one release to another?" maybe SRUing to natty it would fix it.14:55
bdmurraynatty gets the oneiric code when doing the dist-upgrade but the new package hook isn't installed / used14:56
bdmurrayjibel: if you could report a bug about sru'ing the package hook I'll take care of it14:57
jibeljibel, sure, and another one to attach the system_state which is very useful for troubleshooting or reproduce the user environment.14:59
jibelbdmurray, ^14:59
* jibel talking to himself :/15:00
bdmurrayjibel: is that not 'VarLogDistupgradeAptclonesystemstatetargz': 'cat /var/log/dist-upgrade/apt-clone_system_state.tar.gz' ?15:00
jibelbdmurray, I don't see that attachment on my machine. let me try on another system.15:01
jibelbdmurray, you're right, it is there ... when it exists in the dist-upgrade directory :)15:04
musegarden_Hi, I'm new to the whole bug triaging thing but I'd like to help out with the Bug Day tomorrow. What can I do?15:04
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bdmurrayI thought there was an update-manager bug regarding not handling a lack of free space well bug report16:03
bdmurrayI can't find it at the moment though16:03
penguin42there's one for /boot16:05
bdmurrayand what is it?16:05
penguin42bug 87495416:05
ubot4Launchpad bug 874954 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "upgrade error [space on /boot] (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87495416:05
bdmurrayright that's a duplicate of the other one I'm trying to find16:06
sroeckerhow do i add an release again to a bug? bug 72897316:07
ubot4Launchpad bug 728973 in software-center (Ubuntu) "software-center crashed with RuntimeError in on_window_main_delete_event(): called outside of a mainloop (affects: 55) (dups: 8) (heat: 220)" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72897316:07
penguin42bdmurray: Bug 798462 ?16:11
ubot4Launchpad bug 798462 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "update-manager's free space calculator for /boot seems insufficient (affects: 77) (dups: 74) (heat: 602)" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/79846216:11
penguin42hmm although that claimed fixed in July16:12
bdmurrayoh but if they were upgrading to natty they wouldn't have the fix16:14
penguin42lots of much more recent ones duped onto that16:15
mvopenguin42: do you have a example? I can look into it tomorrow morning16:17
penguin42mvo: bug 874954 was the one I triaged16:18
ubot4Launchpad bug 874954 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "upgrade error [space on /boot] (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87495416:18
penguin42and that looks like an nn->oo upgrade16:19
mvopenguin42: meh, so it calculated it will need 17402666 and there was room for 17959936 - so it appears there needs to be a extra margin here again16:20
mvopenguin42: thanks for tracking this down!16:20
penguin42mvo: No problem - is that a reserved spaceism, or a MB v MiB screw up?16:20
penguin42mvo: In general one thing that might not be too bad an idea is to run computer-janitor's clean up for old kernels first16:21
mvopenguin42: its probably block size fuziness (at least that is my current theory)16:21
mvopenguin42: old-kernel-cleanout is a good idea, its just hairy to not accidentely remove one  that the user may care about (old but still needed because of a regression in a newer or whatever). but I guess that is a corner case for most users16:23
penguin42mvo: Yeh; it's not too unusual - although if it can avoid removing the currently booted one it's reasonably safe16:24
bkerensabdmurray: Thinking about filing a bug report regarding some odd broken behavior of the "Network" settings for proxies on Ocelot17:21
bkerensasince upgrading I have been unable to set a proxy and have it take effect17:21
bil21alneed help give suggession18:40
bil21alsee this bug i think i demand for the valgrind log of empathy or advice him to install again ,,what you suggest18:46
ubot4Launchpad bug 877744 in empathy (Ubuntu) "Empathy loses all styling after upgrade from 11.04 to 11.10 (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,Incomplete]18:46
Laibschwhere can I see how long the SRU queue is for "ready to upload"-debdiff patches?18:47
LaibschThis used to work much better but I'm now back to waiting weeks and months.18:48
LaibschPreviously it was YEARS!18:48
pedro_bil21al, don't think we need a valgrind log for that, those kind of logs are more useful for crashes18:49
pedro_bil21al, perhaps is a good idea to ask the reporter for the ~/.xsession-errors file and also to see if they are able to reproduce the same problem with a guest account18:49
pedro_bil21al, maybe the upgrade broke something in the user account18:50
bil21alok perdo_ how can we identitfy that this xsession error is match with the bug like i am new how can i knw that this xsession error match with the bug or some programmer see that by it self??/18:51
yofelLaibsch: there's a sponsoring queue if you've subscribed the sponsors: http://reports.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/sponsoring/index.html19:02
bil21alyofel is there any ubuntu wiki pag or some thing to understand the xsession error and logs ??19:03
bil21alany body else knws about it?19:04
yofelbil21al: ~/.xession-errors simply has what the applications that you start in your session print to STDERR, so it depends on the application how you need to read it's error output19:05
bil21aland how can i get it?19:05
Laibschyofel: thanks, exactly what I was looking for.19:06
bil21almean how can i get xsession error of an empathy19:06
yofelbil21al: look for the empathy errors in ~/.xsession-errors19:06
yofelthat file has the error output of ALL applications19:06
yofelno sorting19:06
yofelif anything it's sorted by time19:06
bil21al yofel: ok thankx bro i m new if u distrub than sorry19:08
yofelnah, feel free to ask ;)19:08
LaibschI hear you can do many wonderful things with launchpadlib.  I used to have a couple of scripts for manipulating bugs based on launchpadbugs python module but they are bitrotten now.20:14
Laibschwho can share a currently-working script that allows me to add a comment and set status for a particular task in a ticket?  The ones I saw on the web were not suitable for me.20:15
yofelLaibsch: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~yofel/+junk/lp-scripts/view/head:/lp-set-expired.py from me - line 150ff does the actual bug changing20:16
Laibschyofel: thank you.  Will have a look at it in the morning.20:17
yofelLaibsch: make a note of line 187 - or you'll wonder why nothing happens (bit me when I wrote the script)20:18
Laibschcouldn't resist to look right away ;-)  Whoa, quite complicated.  My python foo really sucks despite years of wanting to learn it.20:18
yofelLaibsch: line 33ff has the bug task fetching, the long stuff can be shorted quite a bit if you don't use a credentials file20:19
yofel*login stuff20:19
LaibschI'll need credentials to be allowed what I have in mind, I think20:20
Laibschbut it looks like I can hack that into something usable for me.  I wonder how many false changes I'll make with it ;-)20:20
LaibschMy earlier scripts were based on http://people.canonical.com/~asac/mozillateam/moztools_lp/ and that was several magnitudes simpler stuff.20:22
salty-horsehey. during the installation process, I created an "unused" partition and the graphical bar in the partition editor added a "(ext4)" at the end of it. I think it should have printed "(unused)"20:48
Laibschwelcome, salty-horse20:50
salty-horsehey :D20:50
Laibschare you asking about where to file the ticket or where to dig the source so you can provide a patch?20:50
salty-horsewhere to dig20:51
salty-horseIt's hard to reproduce since I have to install ubuntu (don't want to set up a vm)20:51
penguin42is bug 852343 really a dupe of 543609 or not?20:54
ubot4Launchpad bug 852343 in indicator-session (Ubuntu Oneiric) (and 1 other project) "gtk-logout-helper crashed with signal 5 in __libc_start_main() (affects: 270) (dups: 74) (heat: 1598)" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85234320:54
penguin42bug 543609 got closed on a not-enough-information; but both show up on the most-dupes sort20:55
ubot4Launchpad bug 543609 in indicator-session (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "gtk-logout-helper crashed with signal 5 in __libc_start_main() (affects: 724) (dups: 48) (heat: 1862)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/54360920:55
Laibschsalty-horse: I don't know the answer.  But I think there is a package called partman or something.  Have a look if you can spot something in http://packages.ubuntu.com/part21:00
hggdhpenguin42: they have rather different stacktraces21:01
penguin42hmm true21:02
salty-horseLaibsch, I think that's parted, the standalone tool21:04
hggdhpenguin42: also, I wonder how many of the me-toos in the old bug are piping in just because it has the same title21:04
penguin42yeh it's hard to split the two21:05
penguin42getting dangerously close to 100k open bugs23:13
bkerensapenguin42: Indeed and lots of boinc related bugs23:28
* bkerensa just found a new boinc bug himself23:28
ubot4Launchpad bug 878571 in boinc (Ubuntu) "boinc-client bad signature for URL (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New]23:28
bkerensawhy yes23:28
bkerensapenguin42: Berkeley Open Infrastructure something computing23:29
penguin42what does it do?23:29
bkerensaDistributed Computing for a Good Cause23:31
penguin42ah ok23:31

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