_John-Doe_hello ubuntu community!00:45
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stgraberjjohansen: default04:26
jjohansenstgraber: okay thanks04:45
axisysis there a puppet recipe anyone know of that sets up pxe boot server ?06:16
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spm_DragetGreetings. I am running u-server 10.4 LTS (lucid) on my own machine, and have access to a second machine running the same version. On this machine there is a packate installed 'mapserver-6.0.1' while on my serve rthe repos only show mapserver-5.6 avialable. I thought it was a backport - but how do I find this ou?11:04
spm_DragetI looked into /etc/apt/sources.list and the backport repos seem to be commented out on the other machine.11:04
spm_DragetIs there a way to find out why the other machine has mapserver-6.0.1 available and mine not?11:05
spm_Draget(Oh sorry, it is called 'cgi-mapserver')11:05
shaunospm_Draget: 'apt-cache policy cgi-mapserver' may render some clues11:05
shauno(I'm not sure if it needs to be still available via apt sources to show up, however)11:06
spm_Draget500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntugis/ppa/ubuntu/ lucid/main Packages - is this the open communty repository? Hmm, I'll check sources.list agian, maybe I overlooked something11:08
spm_DragetNope, sources.list are identical. Must admit that I am not too familar with any other means of installing 'additional' packges by anything else but adding something to my sources11:10
shaunoany differences in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ ?11:11
shaunoI believe add-apt-repository will create individual *.list files under there, rather than editing your actual sources.list11:13
spm_DragetThats it! Thank you. I will copy these over11:19
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ghatakHi, i am having little trouble with mdadm, i created an md device md0 at level 1 (mirror) by adding only one partition. That works fine, however when I reboot the system, it complains that array is degraded, and renames md0 to md127 and asks start array degraded (y/n). I am ok with starting array degraded, but why does it rename the array to md127?12:18
dns53no idea, but you should be using the uuid of the device and not the device name as the device can potentially move12:26
uvirtbotNew bug: #951493 in lm-sensors (main) "package libsensors4 1:3.3.1-2ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade: conffile './etc/sensors.d/.placeholder' is not in sync with other instances of the same package" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/95149312:42
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thafreakis there still a separate virt channel?15:53
jparkerhey guys I need help, I need to figure out how to install a newer version of mysql on ubuntu 10.4 that isnt in the repository16:29
Patrickdkjust install it :)16:30
jparkerbasically ubuntu 10.0.4 uses mysql 5.1.41 and I need to install mysql 5.1.6116:30
jparkeryeah but unfortianltly I dont really know where to start16:30
qman__in order of preference, backports, PPA, manual deb, compile from source16:30
jparkerbackports  would have newer versions?16:31
qman__that's what backports are16:31
Patrickdkif someone requested one, and someone built it16:31
qman__porting newer versions of software back into old releases16:31
jparkerbut this is to go to the newest verion16:32
Patrickdkpersonally I use my own rebuils of: http://www.percona.com/downloads/Percona-Server-5.1/16:32
jparkernot going back to a older one16:32
qman__new software, old release16:32
qman__10.04 is nearly two years old, and its supported/included software versions are also two years old16:33
Patrickdkyou also loose security updates, when going with backports16:33
jparkerso its as simple as adding deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu lucid-backports main restricted universe multiverse to my /etc/apt/sources.list ?16:34
qman__if that version of mysql was backported, yes16:34
qman__I don't know if it was or not, you'll have to search16:34
jparkerdoesnt look like I can find any mysql in backports16:40
jparkerwow looking into this it seems pretty hard to do this17:21
jparkerwe are just trying to import a database, but there is a bug in mysql 5.1.41 which is the version in lucid17:22
jparkerand apparently mysql 5.1.47 has the fix17:23
jparkerbut trying to find a way to upgrade it on our server proves to be hard :/17:23
jparkerif anyone can help me figure this out that would be so great, I did look at back ports but couldnt find any thing new17:31
stgraberjjohansen: did you manage to reproduce the issue?17:31
jparkersolved my problem by finding this! https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-security-proposed/+archive/ppa17:58
jparkerthanks for your guys help17:59
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delinquentmehey all so I'm attempting to describe some server-related task that I'm after and I'm wondering if im using the correct terminology ... therefore does anyone happen to have a link to the general processes servers carryout?19:27
delinquentmeim describing what im after as binary protocols ... and I think it would be perfectly equipped to handle it .. im not 100% sure though19:28
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qman__not a clue what you're talking about, which probably means you have the wrong terminology19:30
delinquentmeso maybe API calls19:31
delinquentmebasically I've got a primary server ( rails deriv ) and then polling servers which drive microcontrollers ( hardware )19:32
delinquentmeprimary server will init calls to the polling servers and thus init stuff on the robotics19:32
delinquentmeAPI calls would be correct no?19:32
qman__if you designed your protocol that way, sure19:33
qman__an API only exists inside the terms of the application though19:33
qman__e.g. GTK API, kernel API, ...19:33
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jjohansenstgraber: I haven't got a chance yet but I did find an uninitialized value in one bind path, if you get a chance you might want to try this kernel people.canonical.com/~jj/linux-image-3.2.0-18-generic_3.2.0-18.29_amd64.deb23:01
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