hallynslangasek: fix is already in precise :)00:07
hallyngrr, i keep doing that00:08
SpamapSyes, shame on you hallyn for fixing things00:10
hallyn;f2 is devel, ;f1 is server...  keep mixing them up today00:10
elz89I am following this, but I can't get the log to fill up with anything? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BIND9ServerHowto#Logging00:14
elz89I think apparmor is the problem, just found something that might work00:21
SpamapSelz89: apparmor how?00:36
SpamapSelz89: please update that wiki to include the needed changes to the apparmor profile to allow bind to write to said query log.00:37
tashhas anyone setup mysql replication between servers running ubuntu 10.04 server and mysql5?01:05
Patrickdkya, follow the instructions on mysql website01:09
Patrickdkit's been the same since like mysql 301:09
tashsomeone in #mysql told me today that binlog-do-db= isn't wise to use01:13
tashI mean, replicate-do-db01:14
tashbut that's how I used it on some debian boxes ... setting up on ubuntu for first time, and my slave's mysqld won't start if the slave config is in my.cnf, but the moment I take it out, it will start up :(01:14
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arooni-mobilewhere is the cron log on ubuntu server?02:31
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pincheHi, I would like to build a private cloud desktop in my home server. Something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDfsMNQ3SrU How would it be possible with Ubuntu?06:36
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aliverius$ svn co http://svn.runuo.com/repos/runuo/devel/09:42
aliveriussvn: Can't find a temporary directory: Internal error09:42
aliveriuswhat's this?09:42
Xberthow can I display what mount options a device was mounted with?11:25
smokiehey guys, i have 2 external static ips from my ISP, i want to dedicated one of the ips to my ubuntu server, anyone know how to assign an external ip to ubuntu server?11:25
oCeanXbert: use  mount  without arguments11:26
XbertoCean, thanks11:26
oCeanXbert: remember not to crosspost in #ubuntu- channels, thanks11:27
Techdude101smokie: Does the ubuntu-server have a direct connection?11:27
smokieTechdude101, what do you mean "direct connection" ?11:28
smokiethis is the first time i deal with external ips, i only know how to assign local static ips11:28
Techdude101smokie: Direct connection to the modem etc.. i.e. not through a router11:29
smokieTechdude101, what i have is a router/modem compination and the ubuntu server is connected directly to that11:30
Techdude101smokie: The router needs to be setup to forward/route the traffic for that ip to the interface that your server is connected to11:32
Techdude101smokie: Once that's done, it's just a case of setting the static external ip on the server11:33
smokieTechdude101, lets assume ive done the first part and the traffic for that ip is forwarded to my server. how can i do the next step and assign that static external ip to the server?11:34
Techdude101smokie: same way you would do for a normal static ip (edit /etc/network/interfaces)11:35
Techdude101smokie: e.g. iface eth1 inet static address netmask ...11:35
smokieTechdude101, hmm i dont need 2 ethernet cards on ubuntu server to do that, right?11:36
Techdude101smokie: It is better/easier to have 2 NICs but it is possible to do it with 111:38
smokieTechdude101, alright. so if i have a second NIC, id be setting it up the same way i setup a local ip except i exchange the IPs with my external IPs instead of my local IPs?11:38
smokielet me show you what i mean11:39
Techdude101smokie: Yeah11:39
Techdude101That shows how to do it using 1 NIC11:40
smokieTechdude101, so my /etc/network/interfaces will looke like this: http://pastebin.com/XbpFxR6Z ?11:44
smokielet me read that link you provided11:44
Techdude101smokie: That looks like it should work11:48
smokieTechdude101, thats great man, thanks! now all i need is to find out how to forward/route the traffic in my router to the server11:51
Techdude101smokie: No probs11:52
uvirtbotNew bug: #902508 in samba (main) "package samba 2:3.5.8~dfsg-1ubuntu2.3 failed to install/upgrade: ErrorMessage: package samba is not ready for configuration  cannot configure (current status `half-installed')" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/90250812:50
psyferrehey folks.  So I was doing do-release-upgrade and lost my ssh connection.  No screen sessions.  The process appears to be  still running.  Is there any way I can resume it?  My googling seems to indicate a lot of people have asked this question but not gotten any answers....15:41
tashany samba guys around? I've got samba installed and configured on server 1, and I'd like to have server 2 configured so that if server 1 dies, server 2 takes over.  Can I copy over the samba db to server 2?  Or do I need to do smbpasswd -a <user> and smbpasswd -e <user> on server 2 for everyone?17:31
zastaphhmm just found out that ubuntu server comes with KVM17:48
zastaphwhy am I trying to set up an environment for hosting multiple ubuntu server's with ESXI? :)17:49
zastaphwhat advantages does KVM give me over that17:49
zastaphand disadvantages17:49
l0nzastaph ESXi lets you set disk shares per VM, it's prob more stable and may be slightly faster as I believe KVM puts all drivers in the root VM whereas ESXi puts them in the hypervisor. Down side of the last point is that your hw might not support ESXi or might not work that well if it isn't server grade17:52
pmatulistash: AFAIK the ubuntu cluster stack is still not stable so you'll prolly need to hack something.  but the user information should be in LDAP at the very least17:52
zastaphESXI is way too complicated for my needs17:53
l0nzapotah what's complex about it? Just install then manage via the vsphere tools17:53
zastaphthere's so many options and settings im never going to use.. and i was just trying to do a clone with the free version17:55
zastaphnow vbox, that's something I like.. if I could find something as usable as that for servers17:55
lifelessis vmware's hypervisor in upstream linux yet? If not then another consideration is that kvm is what is tested and optimised by the kernel authors, better integratin17:55
zastaphyes KVM is officially supported by ubuntu17:55
tashpmatulis: ok, I was thinking if I could just copy over the smbpasswd file or something it might do the trick. 'course, I don't know how exactly samba stores its users17:55
tashso I'm reading about that.17:56
zastaphim hosting on a HP Microserver, so of course it has to be not too slow17:56
l0nDon't think the tools are in the kernel but you have got: http://open-vm-tools.sourceforge.net/about.php17:59
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pmatulistroubleshooting problems when using vmware can be problematic.  vmware folks may say problem is with the ubuntu guest, and ubuntu folks may say it's with the hypervisor18:01
zastaphoh yeah the tools took me 2 days to get properly installed18:07
zastaphso, im ready to try something else18:07
l0nzapotah sounds like KVM might be better for what you're doing but in case you ever go back to ESX for whatever reason, you might find the virtual appliance market place handy (just lets you download a fully working VM with the tools install) e.g.: http://www.vmware.com/appliances/directory/52282318:10
l0nwoops, I meant zastaph for the above not zapotah, bah you guys have too similar nicks :P18:11
zastaphvirtual appliances.. first of all. there's 500 appliances just for MySQL, and almost no votes.. how does one choose? :) and how does one get the overview of what's installed, and finally.. when a private person has compiled an appliance, dont you have to trust this person?18:11
zastaphalso.. stuff are not compiled for your hardware and maybe not running optimal18:12
zastaphI thought about giving Xen a shot.. but didnt investigate it much18:14
zastaphit seems im going to use ubuntu server for everything.. because i prefer to just setup one master OS to clone them all18:14
l0nIt's a vm so don't worry too much about the hw but I see your point with trust, I suppose you choose a VM that is created by someone you trust but I've only used the market place for Vyatta which comes from the company that makes it so can't comment too much on that18:15
zastaphcompanies can be 1 person too :p18:17
zastaphah ok didnt get the part that it was the same as made it18:18
zastaphbut esxi is so complicated that it's something you need an education for :)18:18
l0nhehe well I wouldn't say that but anyway, I wouldn't worry anymore about it, install KVM, play with it and see what you think18:19
zapotahim always pestered in freenode channel unintendently >.<18:29
zapotahas compensation tell me how to troubleshoot iscsitarget setup on ubuntu and esxi 5.0 sw initiator18:30
zapotahthe initiator can connect to the target sometimes18:30
zapotahbut the adapter scan takes a small forever18:31
zapotahand occasionally it sees all the luns18:31
zapotahand occasionally it doesnt18:31
zapotahafter the esxi host connects to the target server the ietadm and everything related to iet just basically freezes18:32
zapotahwondering if the problem is with my switch, config, the fact i use lvm volumes for luns which reside on a sw raid5 array created with mdadm18:34
zapotahor smthng else entirely18:34
tightworkI filed bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/90259719:10
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 902597 in ubuntu "opennebula-sunstone requested an impossible situation... apt-get" [Undecided,New]19:10
tightworkhow to fix?19:10
zastaphi presume the first thing to do when installing KVM is to install ubuntu server as main OS on the machine?19:11
qman__tightwork, check your sources.list and apt-get update19:25
qman__the packages may be in sources that you have disabled or are otherwise unavailable19:26
zastaphwhat about Ubuntu Enterprise CLoud, how does it compare to KVM?19:28
qman__zastaph, KVM is a standard virtualization system, where UEC is a distributed virtualization system19:30
qman__UEC is designed to scale VM deployments across lots of hardware19:30
zastaphok.. so UEC needs one server per OS, then its not really virtualization is it? :)19:31
qman__no, it doesn't19:31
qman__UEC requires at least two servers to start, and can run multiple VMs on a server19:31
qman__it's set up so that you can add more servers and run many more VMs, and it distributes them across your hardware19:31
qman__so if you had, say, 10 physical servers, and 120+ VMs to run, UEC would be a good choice for you19:33
qman__you can do plenty of other configurations, but if you don't have at least a 2:1 VM to server ratio, UEC is not going to show its benefits19:34
qman__it also requires at least one dedicated controller, so while you can do it with only two servers, it doesn't make a lot of sense unless you have more19:35
ShbinkyWhats up?19:50
Shbinkyany chance someone can help me with postfix?19:51
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience19:52
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/19:52
ShbinkyI want to integrate alterMIME to work together with postfix (in order to add disclaimer to outgoing/forwarded messages). I did exacly as postfix-altermine-howto describe but all the mails i send (using the mail command) are sent without the disclaimer. It looks like the script /etc/postfix/disclaimer is not even executed. Hope you can help me with this one :)19:56
ubottupostfix is the default !MTA and !MDA on Ubuntu. For help, read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Postfix and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PostfixBasicSetupHowto - See also !MailServer20:00
tightworkqman__: this is a new install of ubuntu server, I have not disabled any source20:09
RoyKkoolhead17: I would guess Shbinky knows what postfix is if he's gotten so far as trying to integrate alterMIME...20:16
zastaphhow come sudo apt-get install qemu-kvm libvirt-bin ubuntu-vm-builder bridge-utils installs Postfix (mail server) and asks me to configurate it?23:02
MTecknologyI can get wireless to work on this system, but I want to make a bridged interface for it, any tips on doing this? I'm coming up empty in searches.23:03
rbasakMTecknology: install bridge-utils and then look at /usr/share/doc/README.Debian.gz23:05
rbasakerr, /usr/share/doc/bridge-utils/README.Debian.gz23:06
MTecknologyrbasak: I'm starting to get the impression that using wireless for this is just going to be a constant headache... i tried to revert to the old config so i could install something and I can't even get that to come up now23:10
rbasakMTecknology: I've used bridging and wireless configured directly from /etc/network/interfaces and it has worked really well for me in the past23:11
MTecknologyrbasak: restarted networking and it stayed working, rebooting to make sure it's working right :)23:20
zastaphseems kvm is not easy to use aswell.. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Networking the section how to do bridged networking23:25
zastaphlots of commands required23:25
MTecknologyrbasak: Whis is what I tried and it's not working, http://dpaste.com/671544/ -- from ifconfig  wlan0 seems to grab an IP addy which should work, br0 shows the static ip, i can't ping anything except the ip wlan0 shows23:27
rbasakMTecknology: sorry I can't immediately see any problem with that. Maybe set bridge_ports explicitly rather than using all? Not sure if it'll match on wlan0 or not23:29
rbasakMTecknology: after that I'd use ifconfig/tcpdump/brctl and the ip command to debug what you've got23:29
MTecknologyI tried setting it to wlan0 before this23:29
MTecknologyrbasak: hrm..   ifup br0    device br0 already exists: can't create bridge with same name    run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/bridge exited with return code 1    RTNETLINK answers: File exists    Failed to bring up br0.23:34
MTecknologyrbasak: out of curiousity... what version of ubuntu were you running for that?23:48
MTecknologyIt sounds like maybe later kernel versions make bridging much harder23:48

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