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smoseradam_g, https://launchpad.net/uec-testing-scripts00:46
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adam_gSpamapS: ping01:24
SpamapSadam_g: pong!01:31
adam_gSpamapS: working thru some nova database issues again.. maybe you can shed some light on this to a total lamer (me). if i run the same set of db migrations against a MyISAM backed mysql server and a InnoDB backed server, i end up with two totally different schemas wrt foreign key constraints. myisam ends up the wild west, and innodb creates a schema that is tightly locked down.01:41
adam_gsee: http://people.canonical.com/~agandelman/schema/myisam/relationships.html01:41
adam_gvs: http://people.canonical.com/~agandelman/schema/innodb/relationships.html01:41
SpamapSadam_g: MyISAM has no such thing as FK constraints..01:44
SpamapSadam_g: so its my guess that the code that does the migrating is just being weird.01:45
adam_gSpamapS: hmm, okay this sounds more obvious that i thought :)01:49
SpamapSadam_g: right01:52
SpamapSadam_g: perhaps the migratino code is assuming that because the table is already there, that its relationships will just be there?01:53
adam_gSpamapS: well, the big problem is that the migrations are being developed against sqlite, or at best, mysql+myisam (on oneiric).  there are assumptions made, yeah..01:55
adam_gSpamapS: curious, did the switch to innodb by default come from debian, or us?01:56
SpamapSadam_g: it came from MySQL 5.1 -> 5.5, which was done in Debian.. by me. ;)02:00
SpamapSadam_g: and its truly the *ONLY* sane path to ever take. MyISAM is *crack*02:01
adam_gSpamapS: i dont doubt that, just wonder how many others will have similar problems02:02
SpamapSadam_g: perhaps the right thing to do is to open a bug against openstack that it should refuse to create tables in anything except InnoDB.02:03
adam_gSpamapS: heh02:03
SpamapSadam_g: and in migrating.. it should detect myisam tables and recreate *all* relationahips02:03
SpamapSrelationships too02:03
adam_gactually, at some point in its migration it converts all tables to innodb02:03
adam_gbut im not sure how sqlalchemy handles that, though02:04
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SpamapSadam_g: right, so when it is doing that, it needs to say "oh crap, I'm converting from a table engine that has no relationships definable.. I need to re-create them"02:05
uvirtbotNew bug: #931859 in nagios3 (main) "chown: cannot access `/etc/nagios3/resource.cfg': No such file or directory" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93185903:16
axisyshow do I check if a dir is mounted .. would be nice if we can count on a exit code or exit codes04:03
axisysexit 32 seems to be when fails or already mounted .. from what I understand04:04
axisysso hard to differentiate what really the mount problem is04:04
axisysmount /foo; case $? in 0|32) run_bar;; esac did ran `run_bar' even though /foo failed to mount04:06
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Stef2'morning. any1 on and willing to answer noob questions?06:21
Stef2~o) included06:22
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Stef2it doesn't say in title if i can ask noob q and it is better to ask first. sorry for this. after i installed successfuly ubuntu 11.10 server without GUI i tryed separatly to install xubuntu gui. i don't know/guess it installed properly becouse some files in /lib/something didn't get "registered" properly. now i get an error an ubuntu start "The disk drive for /dev/mapper/cryptswap1 is not...06:30
Stef2...ready yet or not present". looked in here https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mountall/+bug/527666 but it seems to be an old bug. the start process stops on Checking battery state... [OK]. what should i do to check what's wrong?06:30
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 527666 in mountall "mountall blocks on timeout waiting for a partition, rather than supplying prompt and picking it up later" [High,Fix released]06:30
twbStef2: is this a fresh install?06:32
twbReinstall from scratch.  Either install xubuntu to begin with, or install server and don't install a GUI.06:33
twbWe recommend learning to manage servers from the CLI; we discourage installing a GUI on servers.06:34
Stef2installed server. restart. installed xubuntu. got error woth /lib/something. restart. server stops at Checking battery state... [OK]. ubove couple lines i get /dev/.. error06:34
Stef2i somehow know that, but i guessed it will help me in learning process of CLI06:36
twbI understand what happened but I can't diagnose it, let alone fix it, over IRC.  There is no point bothering since a clean install has no investment that will be lost (e.g. apps already set up, user data)06:36
Stef2i understand and agree with u, but (no offense intended at any kind) i am the problem solver somehow. i try to understand what i did/miss so i can try nto to repeat the mistake. i understand and agree the GUI problem. i hoped some1 will point me to an place so i can look at the problem. hope i'm not missunderstood. thnx for the answer :)06:42
twbThe problem is probably just that mountall is crap, and when you tried to install xubuntu you missed some helper package that makes it work properly.06:44
twbcryptsetup is normally used for block-level encryption (LUKS), but you are probably either using no encryption or per-file (ecryptfs) encryption, so I don't see how you're running into that.06:44
twbupstart in general and mounting issues with upstart are a huge pain to debug06:45
Stef2ai first install , installer asked me if i want to encrypt user files (my user files). and i choose yes06:45
Stef2*at first install06:45
SpamapStwb: should be easier with newer releases06:46
SpamapStwb: but really, mountall isn't that bad.06:46
twbIt drove me batshit insane trying to boot off NFS on lucid06:47
SpamapStwb: thats a use case that still doesn't really have a stakeholder in Ubuntu06:47
twbIOW nobody is paying canonical to not fuck it up?06:48
SpamapSWe do lots of stuff that nobody pays us for06:48
twbBecause of course it Just Works under sysv init06:48
twbAnd it was pretty painless under hardy for that matter.06:49
SpamapSBut yeah, its been pushed to the bottom of the pile a few times.06:49
SpamapStwb: this would be something to bring up at UDS.. you just need a few interested users who are willing to be annoying about the bugs that need fixing and it will get done.06:50
twbI do not deal well with meatspace06:51
SpamapSSad to say.. but I'm quite susceptible to the 'squeaky wheel' method of bug prioritization.. and so are many others in ubuntu-core-dev06:52
SpamapStwb: just attend virtually :)06:52
twbWasn't UDS a in last November or so anyway?06:52
SpamapSfor precise yeah06:52
twbSomebody invited me to florida and I was "noooo, I do not go near .us"06:52
SpamapStwb: next one is in May also in .us .. in Oakland, CA06:53
SpamapSthen back to EU/US rotation06:53
SpamapStwb: anyway, UDS is just a thought. Really.. if you want those bugs fixed you just need to ping me/slangasek/jodh .. we're quite responsive to the vocal minority when it comes to boot bugs06:56
twbPart of the problem is that *my* machines run Debian, so while I deal with Debian problems as they arise, I only encounter ubuntu-specific issues after they hit LTS06:57
twb(LTS being what my customers ask for, after I tell them they can't have RHEL.)06:57
SpamapStwb: we fix the LTS from time to time. :-P06:57
twbYes, well, I don't turn backports on because I don't trust not to introduce new and exciting issues :-P06:58
SpamapShttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/lucid ... only 116 open High importance bugs06:58
twbRC status doesn't matter after the release amirite ? :P06:59
SpamapSno such thing as "release critical" in Ubuntu. Critical means "the first things we deal with"07:00
SpamapSunless our CDs eat your data or just won't boot.. we release on time (dapper, for example, did not ship on time, because it basically didn't work and needed 2 more months)07:01
twbHehe "release when its ready" vs "release when it's not ready"07:01
SpamapSWe release when *we* are ready... which is generally known to be about every 6 months07:01
SpamapStwb: for the LTS we even cut new CDs after we fix the critical bugs that we couldn't get to by "release day"07:03
SpamapSso it kind of works a little more like a Debian release07:03
tarvidI have a neglected server on karmic, can't update. Should I attempt an upgrade to lucid?07:05
SpamapStarvid: yes07:05
SpamapStarvid: backup first07:05
twbSpamapS: eh, I do my installs from netboot d-i anyway07:06
ubottuEnd-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades07:07
twbtarvid: second link there07:07
Stef2started reinstall server. got at the point where installer ask me if i want to encrypt home directory. can i presume that my previous error started from the encryption part and now i should choose option to not encrypt my Home directory?07:23
twbRecommend choose no, at least for now07:26
twbIf everything seems to be working you could try another reinstall and pick yes07:26
Stef2thnx for the answer. i'll do that. first time i choose yes and it worked. got errors after i installed xubuntu07:27
SpamapSStef2: why aren't you installing *xubuntu* if you want xubuntu?07:30
twbSpamapS: he wants a server with a GUI on it :-(07:30
twb17:33 <twb> Reinstall from scratch.  Either install xubuntu to begin with, or install server and don't install a GUI.07:31
SpamapSserver with gui.. hah07:31
SpamapSsaving yourself 1 day of frustration for years of slow, manual labor.07:31
Stef2i didn't installed GUI from the first time. i got the error when i installed GUI separatly. but now i wont even try to install GUI anymore.07:32
* SpamapS feels the other way.. he wonders why his desktop has a GUI07:32
SyriaHi, does this mena that guest additions are now installed? http://paste.ubuntu.com/841373/07:37
twbSpamapS: mine doesn't07:37
twbMy local LUG asked me to give a talk on how to not cry like a little girl when using fbcon for everything, but I didn't want to go outside07:38
twbSyria: dkms is just infrastructure07:38
twbSyria: normally you would "apt-get install foo-dkms" to get a DKMS-based third-party kernel module called "foo"07:39
Stef2would be better if i choose to install software like dns server, lamp server and so on separately or i should install them from start and configure after?07:39
Syriatwb:  I want to install guest additions so I can run CD Rom from the Windows virtual machine.07:39
twbSyria: I don't know what that means07:39
twbStef2: I never pick anything like that until I know the server can actually boot07:40
Stef2thnx for tip07:40
twbStef2: I don't like that UI anyway but you can rerun it later, it's called "tasksel"07:40
twbStef2: I prefer to just use apt-get/aptitude07:40
Syriatwb: I have a virtual windows machine and the host is ubuntu server 10.04.3 ... I want to read the CD from the virtual machine.. What shoud I do please?07:46
twbNo idea, I don't support Windows.07:47
SyriaThank you.07:48
SpamapSwow erlang takes a long time to build. :-P08:07
SpamapSI always forget that :-P08:07
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SyriaSomebody help me please... I have a windows virtual machine and it is hosted bu ubuntu server.. how can I read cd's thorugh the virtual machine?08:21
Jeeves_Syria: That depends on your management tool08:28
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SyriaJeeves_:  Virtual Box not the ose edition.08:32
Jeeves_Oh, no clue then :)08:36
SyriaJeeves_:  Thanks.08:40
_rubenmost virtualization tools make it fairly trivial to provide cds to its vms, then again, i never used vbox either :)08:44
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lynxmanmorning o/10:00
jamespagemorning lynxman10:05
lynxmanjamespage: good morning sir!10:06
linociscohi every one10:23
linociscomy ISP internet needs us to set proxy in browser to use internet. I would like to bypass this settings using ubuntu server.10:23
linociscohow to accomplish?10:35
uvirtbotNew bug: #931978 in samba (main) "Update to version 3.6.3" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93197810:36
ludo89i've got a question about tcpdump output on one of the interfaces of my firewall.11:08
ludo89i've got this :11:08
ludo89 11:59:46.827529 00:1c:2e:84:7e:00 > 09:00:09:00:00:67 Unknown DSAP 0xf8 Unnumbered, ui, Flags [Command], length 9711:08
ludo89any idea of what "Unknown DSAP 0xf8 Unnumbered" means ?11:09
lynxmanludo89: http://serverfault.com/questions/202777/what-do-unknown-ssap-and-unknown-dsap-mean-in-tcpdump11:14
ludo89lynxman: Thanks a lot for your link !11:32
CasmoNLHi, even after removing sendmail (with apt-get, running Ubuntu 10.04), it's still running, is there any way to completely disable it? Googling didn't help me that much..11:56
koolhead11jamespage: here12:08
jamespagekoolhead11, yep12:09
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 841726 in cobbler "Unable to netboot with dhcpd managed by cobbler" [Medium,Fix released]12:09
koolhead11status says fixed released12:09
koolhead11i have wasted almost whole day on thios12:09
koolhead11and then found about this bug12:09
koolhead11cobbler profile loads without any problem12:10
koolhead11its cobbler system which got screwed up12:10
koolhead11after i did cobbler sync12:11
koolhead11jamespage: gimme few minute i will paste my cobbler config and dhcp template file12:12
koolhead11poor virtulbox12:14
jamespagekoolhead11, ack12:16
koolhead11so manage_dhcp: 0 inside /etc/cobbler/settings12:18
koolhead11now when i added a system and later did cobbler sync12:18
koolhead11i see something interesting12:18
koolhead11inside my dhcpd.conf file :P12:19
uvirtbotNew bug: #932021 in mysql-5.1 (universe) "service mysql start hangs forever without any messages if the configuration is broken" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93202112:21
koolhead11jamespage: http://paste.ubuntu.com/841616/12:21
jamespagekoolhead11, can I see a log of the sync please12:22
jamespagealso I don't think cobbler will actively stop managing you dhcp file12:22
koolhead11jamespage: sure12:22
jamespagei.e. it will leave stuff around that it created12:23
jamespagekoolhead11, are you running on precise or oneiric?12:23
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koolhead11jamespage: http://paste.ubuntu.com/841623/  cobbler sync12:25
jamespagekoolhead11, and what does you dhcpd.conf file have in it now?  I specialize mine quite alot for my local network topology/setup12:26
jamespagekoolhead11, I seem to have done:12:27
jamespage        #filename "$iface.filename";12:27
jamespage        filename "pxelinux.0";12:27
jamespage        ## Cobbler defaults to $next_s12:27
koolhead11jamespage: nopes its plain DHCP file with my dhcp network info and this "system" infos12:27
koolhead11jamespage: yeah these options12:27
jamespagekoolhead11, so what exactly is not working for you?12:28
koolhead11jamespage: gpxe/menu.gpxe12:29
jamespagekoolhead11, thats not going to work - thats the bug12:30
jamespageyou need to change:  filename "pxelinux.0";12:30
koolhead11jamespage: yeah i did that, then did cobbler sync12:31
koolhead11still no luck i will try again12:31
jamespagekoolhead11, so manage_dhcp: 0 inside /etc/cobbler/settings?12:31
jamespagewon't have any effect :-)12:31
koolhead11gosh. lemme make it 112:32
koolhead11but in that case wont i have to add the same configs inside that file as well12:32
koolhead11i meant dhcp.template12:35
jamespagekoolhead11, so if you tell cobbler to manage your dhcp configuration it will overwrite the dhcpd.conf file12:37
jamespageso ONLY makes changes in dhcp.template12:37
koolhead11jamespage: so i should remove all the configuration i added on dhcpd.conf ?12:38
koolhead11and paste the same inside the dhcp.template file12:38
jamespagekoolhead11, you need to ensure that the cobbler dhcp.template contains all of the right configuration for your setup12:39
jamespage+ the fix for filename "pxelinux.0";12:39
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koolhead11jamespage: could there be some cache or something? am still getting same error12:42
koolhead11shall i add a new system by removing this12:43
koolhead11and test if it works12:43
melvincvwhat does the -C option in tar do?13:00
TeTeTmelvincv: man tar,      -C, --directory DIR13:10
TeTeT           change to directory DIR13:10
koolhead11hola TeTeT :)13:32
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TeTeThi koolhead11, how are you?14:10
koolhead11am doing good how about you?14:11
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UrsinhaI thought I would chair the meeting today, but that's not what the wiki page says...?15:21
AerodonkeyWhat is this meeting about?  Sorry that I'm new here.15:22
UrsinhaAerodonkey, it's the server team weekly meeting, where we discuss server related stuff :) and welcome :)15:24
koolhead11Ursinha: how much time we have before it starts :)15:24
Ursinhakoolhead11, in 35 minutes, if calendar isn't lying to me15:25
* koolhead11 will grab his dinner in meantime15:25
AerodonkeyI have problems when running Ubuntu instance on Amazon EC2.  May I ask questions here?15:27
Tixossomeone please please help me with page load times15:37
Tixosgetting some results of 20,000ms/request15:37
Tixoscant figure it out15:37
Aerodonkeywhat page? memory page, or web page?15:38
Tixosits a web page, its defaintely apache causing it, the server response is very fast15:39
Tixosi used 'httperf'15:39
Tixosnothing to do with the web page btw, its default apache15:39
patdk-wkwhat is the web page?15:39
patdk-wka static html file?15:39
Tixosit was fine on centos, i feel its ubuntus default apache configs15:39
Tixosyes it is static html15:39
Tixosport 443 is fine15:39
patdk-wkis it on the internet? can I test?15:40
Tixosbeen testing for 2 days now lol15:40
Tixosill PM15:40
Tixosi also tried 'ab' apache benchmarking, horrific results lol15:40
Tixosi would blame DNS as i have just changed servers, but using IP is just the same15:41
patdk-wkna, it's physically on that system somewhere15:42
Tixostry   ab -c 10 -n 100 IP   patdk-wk15:43
Tixosserver like 110ms, processing 10,000ms lol15:43
patdk-wkwhy should I?15:43
patdk-wkthat doesn't prove or help anything15:43
Tixosto me it proves its taking too long to respond?15:43
Tixosno point in using a browser right? with caching etc, these two apps tell me better15:44
patdk-wkwhat apache modules are enabled?15:44
Tixosbut let me get list15:44
patdk-wkI dunno what default is15:44
Tixosi disabled 'mod_reqtimeout, because it was causing lots of 408s because of this issue15:45
patdk-wkwhat kind of server is this?15:46
Tixosbasically, its a brand new server, ubuntu 10.04LTS 'default' install15:46
Tixosits getting alot of traffic15:46
patdk-wkdid you try vmstat?15:46
patdk-wkor iostat?15:46
Tixosso i guess ubuntus default apache.conf isnt good enough15:46
Tixosno, never heard of them15:47
patdk-wkI dunno about good enough, I haven't had any issues with it15:47
patdk-wkwell, how do you ever locate an issue?15:47
Tixosive never had a problem in 2 years on centos15:47
patdk-wkfor all we know, your harddrive is dead15:47
Tixosno man, it was fine before it received traffic15:48
Tixosits happened on 2 ubuntu servers15:48
patdk-wkharddrive overloaded then :)15:48
Tixosi moved from one provider because i thought it was 'them'15:48
Tixosturns out its ubuntu15:48
patdk-wkdo "vmstat 1"15:48
Tixosor a config rather15:48
Tixosok sec15:48
patdk-wklet it run for like 20seconds, and past it15:48
patdk-wkpastebin it15:48
patdk-wkhmm, now I can't connect15:49
patdk-wkhow about a, netstat -atn15:49
patdk-wkthat is going dump a lot of lines though15:50
Tixos should i | less it ?15:50
Tixosor file output15:50
patdk-wknetstat -atn | pastebinit15:50
Tixosnetstat -atn > file.txt15:50
patdk-wkpastebinit is lazy way :)15:50
Tixosbut thats what you mean right? lol15:51
patdk-wkI'm thinking you maxed out your apache connections15:51
patdk-wkdefault is 25615:51
patdk-wkand with a 15second keepalive I think15:51
patdk-wknormally changing keepalive down to 1 second is good15:52
patdk-wkit looks like you have enough ram to increase that 256limit also, if needed15:52
Tixosyea i thought this, because i compared my centos httpd.conf, and the onyl difference really was the MPM settings for prefork15:52
Tixosand also keepalive is off on that server15:52
Tixosill PM you link15:53
patdk-wkya, you need generic tuning15:53
Tixosso keepalive = 1 is better than off?15:53
patdk-wkkeepalive off or 1sec will help it15:53
Tixoscould you guide me?15:53
patdk-wkI would perfer 1sec15:53
Tixosok let me give it a whirl15:53
Tixosshould i up anything in perfork ?15:54
patdk-wkcause it only wastes it for 1 sec, but then they get all the pictures and stuff quick15:54
patdk-wkyou have craploads of free ram15:54
patdk-wkso probably safe to double the max15:54
Tixosyes i know15:54
patdk-wkmaybe more15:54
patdk-wkbut I wouldn't put it higher than needed15:54
Tixosthe server is decent enough, so thats why i was lost, this is all a bit beyond me but i done alot of reading :P15:54
Tixosi read 256 is the higher?15:55
Tixosor is that for worker or something ?15:55
patdk-wkI dunno, what one you have installed?15:55
patdk-wkapache2-prefork, apache2-worker, ...15:55
Tixoswell, again lol by 'default' i didnt install either15:55
Tixosbut it has both sections in the config15:55
Tixossame as centos does15:55
patdk-wkhow many apache2 programs do you see?15:56
patdk-wkworker should have like 2-415:56
patdk-wkprefork will have like 200 or so in your server15:56
patdk-wkps ax15:56
Tixos/usr/sbin/apache2 -k start    there is about 100 of these?15:57
Tixosmaybe more15:57
patdk-wkthen your using prefork15:57
Tixosthese are my centos settings, so i give these a go?15:57
Tixosif you get the httperf time/request down i will love you forever :)15:58
Tixosso far 4 people couldnt help :)15:58
Tixossidenote: what is the correct way to reload configs when changing apache.conf.   reload, restart or stop/start?15:59
EvilResistanceTixos, i'm unfamiliar with Apache, but if its anything line nginx's nginx.conf (which controls the instance of nginx and not the sites), i'd assume restart15:59
patdk-wkI normally just restart16:00
EvilResistanceeven when i was dabbling in Apache, i just used 'restart'16:00
patdk-wkbut doing a reload is alittle more friendly16:00
Tixosyea i normally do16:00
Tixosim not feeling friendly :)16:00
Tixosso should i match those prefork settings patdk-wk ?16:00
Tixoslet me pastebin both16:00
Tixosthese are 'defaults'16:01
EvilResistancei very very rarely feel friendly towards my systems, so i just use 'restart' for misbehaving things and rehashes of the config (so to speak)16:02
patdk-wktixos, I would do this16:02
patdk-wkStartServers 5016:02
patdk-wkMinSpareServers 2016:03
patdk-wkMaxSpareServers 5016:03
patdk-wkServerLimit 30016:03
patdk-wkMaxClients 30016:03
patdk-wkand keepalive at like 1sec16:03
patdk-wkmaybe increase the 300 to something larger if needed16:03
Tixospatdk-wk:  your keepalive = 1 fixed it..16:04
Tixoswhat are the pitfalls of this?16:04
Tixosits fine... totally fine16:04
TixosRequest rate: 4.3 req/s (234.3 ms/req)16:05
patdk-wkit's not fine16:05
patdk-wkit's *better*16:05
Tixossame as google for me :P16:05
Tixosyes i will fix prefork up like you say also16:05
patdk-wkkeepalive is how long a client can *tie up resources* on your server, while waiting for the next page request16:05
patdk-wkbefore you had it off, so every thing needed a new connection, slow16:06
Tixosno it was on, but set @ 1516:06
patdk-wkmaking it 1sec, basically means, they can download the page, and images, and js,css,.. all in one connection16:06
Tixosit was off on my centos server yes, but it was fast here16:06
patdk-wkthen a new page will take a new connection16:06
patdk-wkso having it on, makes a page faster, but makes OTHER people wait16:06
patdk-wksince you maxed out how many connections you could have at once (150), all waiting around for 15sec, no one could connect16:07
Tixosyea, great man16:08
Tixosthanks so much :)16:08
patdk-wkyour tests didn't see that, since you tests didn't use keepalive16:08
Tixosso if there is noneed for keepalive at all, it can be turned off, but 1-2 seconds if always better in your opinion?16:08
patdk-wkif you have webpages that are more than one item, (includes javascript, css, images, ...) I would keep it on16:09
patdk-wkit makes them display faster for the user16:09
antiheroHey, I can't install php5-memcached16:09
patdk-wkplus, the more distance the user is from you, the longer it would keep your server tied up, without keepalive16:09
antiheroany ideas? (lucid)16:09
antiheroit's here http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/php5-memcached16:10
antiherobut apt-get says it has no installation canddiate16:10
Tixospatdk-wk: would you use mod_reqtimeout, i disabled it, but it was installed by default, now this is fixed should i re-enable?16:12
Tixosit was giving tons of 408 errors16:12
patdk-wkI can't remember what it does16:12
brendan0powersjamespage: Hi, I have some questions about the debian/watch file16:16
brendan0powersjamespage: Aside from the man pages, I've fixed all of your comments16:16
jamespagebrendan0powers, hi!16:17
brendan0powersjamespage: So, the watch file should point to a directory containing source releases?16:17
jamespagebrendan0powers, typically a http location for a tar.gz of the source release16:18
Tixosok, thanks patdk-wk  much love :D16:18
brendan0powersI tried putting the exact file name I wanted, and got an error from uscan beacuse there was no pattern16:18
brendan0powersjamespage: and bitbucket does not support listing tags, so i can't use a wildcard for the URL16:19
jamespagebrendan0powers, OK so that might not be practical then16:20
brendan0powersI could host the source somewhere else, I guess16:20
brendan0powersI mean, the .tar releases16:21
jamespagebrendan0powers, if it looking hard ATM then I suggest you document in a README.source file how to create the orig.tar.gz file manually.16:22
jamespagethat should be acceptable16:23
* jamespage is not an archive admin16:23
jamespagebrendan0powers, that could involve documenting how to clone from bitbucket and create the orig.tar.gz16:29
jamespagewhich could be put in debian/rules16:30
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mdeslaur*sigh* looks like I have to push mysql 5.5.20 and 5.1.61 as security updates to our stable releases, as Oracle won't disclose what the security updates are :(16:45
andolmdeslaur: Making MariaDB seem even more tempting?16:46
mdeslaurandol: definitely16:46
SpamapSmdeslaur: have they confirmed that 5.5.20 and 5.1.61 *actually fix the problem* ?17:01
mdeslaurSpamapS: yes, those are the versions listed in the advisory17:01
SpamapSmdeslaur: Ok, I have 5.5.20 ready to go in Debian, so I can push that into precise just so precise isn't vulnerable if you like.17:02
mdeslaurSpamapS: yes, please, that would be awesome17:02
SpamapSmdeslaur: Ok I'll upload 5.5.20 later today... cool?17:02
mdeslaurSpamapS: yes, thanks!17:02
koolhead17hi all17:06
hallynjjohansen: I'm going to go and review some userns patches (some = >100 of them :), please ping me when I should be testing a apparmor+mounts patchset17:23
jamespageiamfuzz, hey - sorry but jenkins does not use gwt :-(17:24
iamfuzzjamespage, I didn't think so, but Andy told me that so I got excited :-)17:25
iamfuzzno worries, was just a stab17:25
jjohansenhallyn: hrmm, well I am packaging up a first run of the ppa now, but there will be some revisions throughout the day.  I have full option matching that I am going to be testing and will roll out some time17:25
jjohansenhallyn: so if you want to play it will be available in an hour or so but changes, but later might be better17:26
hallynjjohansen: ok, no problem - I"ll wait a bit, thanks.  just ping me when i should look :)17:26
jjohansenhallyn: okay, btw full option matching means none of the limitations/concerns from the other day17:26
uvirtbotNew bug: #931584 in openldap "Upstart should close all non-standard fds before starting a job" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93158417:38
smoseradam_g and Daviey , roaksoax looked at the big/small buckets thing.17:42
smoserhe would know more. but he asserted upstream bug on that.17:42
smoserand i think that theh goal is to move to squid-deb-proxy, which wouldn't have these buckets (although maybe we could get them into s-d-p, as they are kind of nice, to have kind of one limit for ISOs and one limit for archive things).17:43
ivoksadam_g: i'm not sure how to request a merge cause LP doesn't allow me; but if you are interested, take a look at lp:~ivoks/charms/precise/nova-cloud-controler/trunk; adds public_interface to FlatDHCPManager17:49
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koolhead17jamespage: you were correct :)18:00
koolhead17am still at same issue!! :)18:01
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smoserutlemming, bug 93208818:17
SpamapSlynxman: hey, I'm working on updating rabbitmq-server to 2.7.1 ..18:22
zulSpamapS: pretty sure...its dependent on the rabbitmq-server18:22
SpamapSlynxman: might that affect your stomp packages?18:22
zulSpamapS: he might not be around either18:24
SpamapSzul: true, too late.. well I'll take a look at them18:26
zulSpamapS: k just wanted to give you a heads up18:26
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med_I think lynxman is in flight.18:47
uvirtbotNew bug: #932239 in samba (main) "Multiple Samba security vulnerabilities" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93223918:48
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antnash_Hi guys. Anyone able to give me any hints as to why my server becomes hideously unresponsive after being on for about 7 hours?18:53
antnash_I have to power it off for 30s or so for it to actually come back to life, otherwise it hangs at bios while discovering disks18:55
SpamapSantnash_: anything in dmesg? perhaps something is throttling due to temperature?19:06
antnash_Hey SpamapS. How can I check it after a reboot?19:08
SpamapSantnash_: great point. :)19:09
SpamapSantnash_: perhaps hook up another box as a serial console19:09
SpamapSantnash_: and make sure you boot with 'noquiet' so you get all messages on console19:09
antnash_Hmm. Would if I had another box I could do it with, and knew how!19:10
antnash_Of course the latter there is much less of a problem than the former19:10
antnash_SpamapS, no way to check in system logs?19:12
SpamapSantnash_: /var/log/syslog would potentially have stuff too19:15
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antnash_SpamapS, you were right. Throttling due to temp19:18
antnash_Time to get a better cpu fan I think!19:18
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zuladam_g: im in the middle of the nova ubuntu/debian merge would you have complaints if i moved --connection=libvirt into the nova-{kvm,lxc,uml,qemu}.conf ?19:24
zulim tryin to figure out how to handle the nova-xen/nova-xcp/nova-libvirt stuff properly19:25
adam_gzul: thats where it should go, but there was a database migration that made it required that its defined on the node thats running 'nova-manage db sync'19:26
adam_gzul: i think that might have changed, though, gimme a minute ill check19:26
zuladam_g: k19:27
adam_gzul: heres the bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/nova/+bug/92129419:30
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 921294 in nova "Migration 074 should not need connection_type defined if no data is present (new installs)" [High,Fix released]19:30
zuladam_g: k ill try it here first19:30
adam_gzul: i think19:32
adam_gzul: er, i think moving that is okay for new installs but not going to work for upgrades19:32
zulgreat now i have blood dribbling from my ears ;)19:32
adam_gread the bug19:33
adam_gzul: does debian keep that flag in the nova-compute-*.conf?19:40
zulno nova.conf19:40
zulbut i think debian might be a bit broken right now19:41
adam_gzul: because they also support xcp?19:42
zuladam_g: yeah19:42
adam_gzul: that is why i raised the bug to begin with, i cant see how it'd be possible to support either without nova-common-{xcp, libvirt, etc} and corresponding compute packages.19:43
adam_gzul: if the flag is only set on the compute packages, and compute is running on seperate nodes, a database migration from any other node will end up migrated for xen, even if compute nodes are running libvirt.19:44
zulyeah im going to put off that problem for now and continue merging stuff here19:45
adam_gzul: if its set globally in nova.conf, it can be run from any node, but to support other hypervisors, we'll need an entire new subset of nova packages (not just compute)19:45
zuladam_g: agreed19:45
gary_posterhallyn, I have a container that I can start with lxc-start but when I try to use lxc-execute it gives me an error: "No such file or directory - failed to exec /usr/lib/lxc/lxc-init" "invalid sequence number 1. expected 2".  In the dim past (http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.linux.kernel.containers.lxc.general/1734) you recommended copying over /usr/lib/lxc/lxc-init to the guest (so /var/lib/lxc/lpdev/rootfs/usr/lib/lx19:51
gary_posterc/ for me).  That dir in the guest does not exist for me.  Do I need to start the container and install some packages there first, or do you have another suggestion?19:51
DegotHi, Is there a way to automatically copy files to just attached USB Stick/HDD?19:57
hallyngary_poster: stgraber's workaround is the best - install lxc in the guest19:59
gary_posterhallyn, ok cool thanks20:00
stgrabergary_poster: install it with --no-install-recommends though to avoid pulling dnsmasq, bridge-utils, ...20:01
gary_posterstgraber, ok makes sense thanks20:02
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chaos_zeroheya, i am looking to do something that might be impossible. anyone want to help me? =P21:35
chaos_zerowell i want to run a windows app in the "background" with no X.21:36
chaos_zerohas this ever been done?21:36
adam_gzul: are you planning on just overwriting the orig.tar.gz for keystone with the ksl branch?21:48
zulim talking about it with anotherjesse on #openstack-dev so you might want to chime in21:50
adam_gzul: if we could put that packaging somewhere other than the archive + the CI repo (a seperate openstack-ubuntu-testing PPA), id prefer to have some time ensuring its at least mostly working. otherwise we risk breaking CI for everything else21:53
zuladam_g: yep21:54
adam_gDaviey: you around?22:10
Davieyadam_g: always22:11
Aisonsomehow the mysql service is not starting22:14
Aisonwhen I do service mysql start it hangs forever22:14
adam_gDaviey: wondering if its okay to transfer these WIs over to roaksoax: add SSL support to cobbler-enlist, add auto-generation of hostname when not provided by dhcp to cobbler-enlist, Hardware detection and inventory snippet. i believe he's already got the hostname one complete22:18
Davieyadam_g: As roaksoax is owning that area of things, it probably makes sense22:35
Davieyadam_g: postpone hw detection22:36
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Aisonwhen I reinstall mysql-server-5.1 package, why is the file /etc/init/mysql.conf not reinstalled also?23:08
AisonI deleted it23:08
uvirtbotNew bug: #932415 in cloud-init (main) "Cloud-config can not add PPAs with international text in their description" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93241523:10
Jeeves_Aison: Did you purge when you removed it?23:16
AisonJeeves_, no, but now I did and it works ;)23:18
Jeeves_Good :)23:20
Davieyadam_g: still around?23:25
adam_gDaviey: yea23:30
Davieyadam_g: heya, how are things?23:31
adam_gDaviey: decent. trying to work on bug 883988 but hitting some strange database locking issue that only seems to happen against mysql on precise23:33
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 883988 in glance "db migration failing when upgrading glance - trying to create existing tables" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/88398823:33
adam_gthat seems unrelated to the bug23:34
Davieyaww, crap.23:35
Davieyadam_g: are you likey to have capacity to 'make green' CI testing before EOD?23:35
adam_gDaviey: yes23:36
Davieyadam_g: aww, that rocks.  I might back a start in a bit, but will not be able to finish in time.23:37
adam_gDaviey: huh?23:37
Davieyadam_g: sorry, i'll make a start - but i will not finish23:47
adam_gDaviey: i see whats wrong23:47
adam_gDaviey: deployments are timing out because, during installation, they cannot reach their mirror for whatever reason23:48
Davieyfree disk space? ;)23:48
adam_gseems that lab is cut off from gb.archive.ubuntu.com, whic is what they're trying to reach23:48
adam_gnot sure exactly why23:48
Davieyah, no23:48
stiv2ki created a new user on my server23:49
stiv2kbut when i see programs in ps aux that he started23:49
stiv2kit just says user 100323:50
stiv2knot his name23:50
Davieystiv2k: Does, cat /etc/passwd , work?23:50
stiv2kDaviey: yesh23:51
Davieyadam_g: do you see that archive.ubuntu.com is pinned to a mirror?23:51
Daviey(that works)23:51
adam_gDaviey: i just did that23:51
adam_grebooting one now23:51
Davieyadam_g: I suspect that the IP address of gb.archive.ubuntu.com changed, and the firewall is based on IP address23:52
adam_gDaviey: any idea what is setting the hosts to use gb.archive.ubuntu.com?23:53
stiv2kDaviey: ?23:54
Davieystiv2k: check to see you can read /etc/passwd as that user.23:54
Davieyadam_g: is this on test-01, or the nodes?23:55
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adam_gDaviey: the nodes seem to be attempting to install from gb.archive.ubuntu.com which is unreachable from both test-01 and the rest of the cluster23:57
Davieyadam_g: so, test nodes use test-01 for dns resolution.  If the ip for archive.ubuntu.com in /etc/hosts works, we'll add an alias to gb.archive.ubuntu.com ; and we should be GOLD>23:57
stiv2kDaviey: ok23:57
Davieyadam_g: can you trigger a re-test23:57
Davieyi think it should work now23:58
stiv2kDaviey: i can read it23:58
adam_gDaviey: just a sec23:58
bascotieI setup an Ubuntu Desktop 11.10 Samba/FTP server. I can connect through ftp and share through samba fine but only when putting files ON the server, not pulling them off. I've tried port forwarding, playing with permissions,etc, but I still seem to get a permissions error. I am trying to connect from my Windows 7 machine to the Ubuntu Server.23:58
Davieybascotie: you might get more success from a samba dedicated channel.23:59

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