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jkyleI've run up against the 12.04 lvm bug where volumes are not activated on reboot. is there a pathc or update I need to grab?00:41
pmatulisjkyle: is the bug reported?01:07
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Datzhi, my crontab suddenly is missing all the sudden, and suggestions on where to look?04:04
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uvirtbotNew bug: #1002398 in mysql-5.5 (main) "package mysql-server-5.5 (not installed) failed to install/: ErrorMessage: subprocess new pre-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,Expired] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100239804:26
uvirtbotNew bug: #1004600 in mysql-5.5 (main) "package mysql-server-5.5 5.5.22-0ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,Expired] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100460004:26
uvirtbotNew bug: #1008078 in mysql-5.5 (main) "package mysql-server-5.5 5.5.22-0ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,Expired] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100807804:26
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jacobwhi, i'm interested in the mysql-cluster-server package in precise11:11
jacobwthe package was discontinued in precise, i'm looking for information about this11:12
jacobwif it's within my abilities, i would be interested in helping out11:14
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stgraberhallyn: looks like half of our delta on lxc was merged upstream!13:13
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RoyKseems I didn't set autostart on degraded raid, and now I end up in initramfs / busybox - is there a way to do something useful in there, or is it just there to annoy people?13:56
RoyKthing is, I boot with bootdegraded=1 and it goes directly to busybox. without bootdegraded=1, it prompts me if I want to boot with degraded raid, but doesn't take input from the usb keyboard, and after some seconds, it sends me to busybox13:59
RoyKbtw, this raid is not the root14:04
RoyKseems to me the whole busybox thing is just a prank14:15
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jmlperhaps the wrong channel. I'm getting back into Java development after taking a decade off14:52
jmldo I need to set JAVA_HOME in my environment on Ubuntu, or does the packaging take care of that?14:52
jkylepmatulis: there's a decent handful of bugs on lvm not coming up at boot, not sure which exact one applies yet14:57
jkylelooks like update-initramfs wasn't run15:12
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AlphaWolfI have 2 drives, my boot drive and my media (external) drive. I get a fair bit of stuttering when streaming music/videos, and I was wondering if one of the HDD could be causing the slowing issues? The boot drive is very slow, but I thought it wouldn't be used since it's reading from the external drive? I used to have Windows Home Server installed on the same machine, but I never had any issues streaming. Any ideas?17:44
disowncurious can anybody tell me if I setup an http proxy server can I then just uses the proxy in my web browser on different machines to get internet thru the proxy server in though I don't have any dns server configured or any thing does the proxy take care of the dns and everything17:56
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RoyKseems ubuntu server fails totally if a raid is missing a drive20:48
RoyKbootdegraded=1 set, it fails to busybox20:48
guntbertRoyK: I seem to remember a bug where that option didn't make it into the kernel command line, you had to put it there yourself20:50
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RoyKguntbert: tried it20:50
RoyKguntbert: still, the problem is any system should boot if a raid is missing a drive20:51
RoyKguntbert: not booting a system with a missing drive is bullshit20:51
RoyKand btw, this isn't even a boot device, it's a data set, raid-6 with a spare20:52
RoyKshould be able to allow for a dead drive20:52
guntbertRoyK: I cannot completely agree (believing you do have a functional raid when you have not might be desastrous), but on servers I'd expect the admin to monitor closely anyway, so the default setting of false seems suboptimal :)20:54
RoyKand btw, I'm a sysadmin20:54
RoyKI know how these things work20:55
RoyKI want a server to boot up properly even if a drive in a RAID-6 group has failed20:55
guntbertRoyK: sure, I didn't imply anything else - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID suggests using /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/mdadm and setting BOOT_DEGRADED=true there20:58
RoyKtried it - still fails - will try again20:59
RoyKpoint is, that flag is ment to be for boot devices20:59
RoyKI don't boot from a raid, I use that raid for data20:59
guntbertRoyK: the kernel flag is meant for boot devices, yes, but the mdadm?21:01
RoyKboot device is a single ssd21:02
RoyKserver still jumps into panic mode if the md device doesn't start correctly21:02
RoyKthat's wrong21:02
lifelessHow many impressions did that $18 yield to get that one sign up?21:03
RoyKso utterly wrong I'll be reconsidering ubuntu for a server platform soon21:03
RoyKas in, considering centos21:04
lifelesshah, copy-paste-fail.21:04
RoyKguntbert: please tell if you find a good reason for tossing the bootup into busybox for a single drive failure21:05
RoyKin a raid-621:05
RoyKwith a spare21:05
RoyKor even a raid-5 without a spare21:05
guntbertRoyK: no :-) - but this is no place for bug reports either21:05
guntbertRoyK: please consider reporting a bug before moving :)21:07
RoyKbug 103595821:09
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1035958 in ubuntu "Ubuntu fails to boot with a dead drive in a RAID" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/103595821:09
RoyKwhatever they were smoking when they found out jumping into busybox if a drive fails21:10
RoyKI need to test that stuff - it must be good21:10
guntbertRoyK: what is a raid6?21:11
PatrickDKroyk, much like this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mdadm/+bug/87222021:26
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 872220 in mdadm "Fails to boot when there's problems with softraid" [High,Triaged]21:26
RoyKPatrickDK: seems like the same thing21:27
RoyKI can't beleive such a bug has been left unfixed for such a long time21:27
RoyKthey want people to run servers on this thing?21:28
PatrickDKwhy I test everything pretty closely21:28
PatrickDKstill a few show stopper bugs in precise stopping me from upgrading21:29
PatrickDKI upgraded one of my desktop machines from lucid to precise yesterday, took me 8hours :(21:29
RoyKperhaps reinstalling on lucid will fix it21:29
PatrickDKand that was to do a reinstall only :(21:29
PatrickDKcause upgrade kept failing21:29
PatrickDKhave to spend a few days this week, getting my stuff all sorted out21:30
RoyKI hope the ubuntu guys or canonical will fix this21:30
PatrickDKI have two clients thinking about payed ubuntu server support21:30
RoyKit's rather disasterous to disallow a system with a broken drive in a raid set to boot21:30
PatrickDKubuntu really needs to add some other pricing models21:30
RoyKseems to me ubuntu needs more QA before they release things21:31
PatrickDKthat isn't in a qa test set21:33
PatrickDKonly boot raid, not dataset raid21:33
RoyKdataset raid shouldn't stop a bootup21:34
RoyKeven if it was broken21:34
RoyKeven single mode fails21:34
RoyKmeaning: someone in the ubuntu team was smoking something rather good21:34
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hallynstgraber: oh really.  sigh, maybe i need to spend the next week on one bug humongous merge :)22:25
hallynunless you're already doing it!22:25
hallynjjohansen: are you around by chance?  Just wondering if you're still using your efika smarttop, and, if so, what image you're using22:25
hallyn(if you're not, i'll go ask infinity over in an arm/linaro channel)22:26
jjohansenhallyn: I haven't been using it, I have been meaning to try the linaro kernel on it since it has been reported to be working but I just haven't had the time22:26
hallynjust wasted an hour trying to set it up headless (no hdmi sitting around) bc i didn't realize it was running network-manager.22:26
hallynjjohansen: ok, thanks22:26
hallynjjohansen: so the last thing you had on it was maverick?22:27
jjohansenhallyn: no, I had natty or oneiric.  It was doable as along as you edited the apt/sources manually instead of using the graphical update manager, basically you needed to keep the older effika-mx kernel and flashkernel, and the ubuntu versions could brick your device22:29
hallynoh i'm using no gui...  purely headless.  was a bit of a pain until i realized network-manager was running and messing with me22:30
jjohansenI ran into problems with the last upgrade though and needed to do a clean install, and just haven't yet22:30
jjohansenhallyn: yeah I got to where I was running headless too22:30
jjohansenat first I couldn't because their earlier kernels had a bug where they wouldn't boot unless a monitor was attached22:31
hallynjjohansen: i'm away from home and don't have any hdmi, so had no choice.  required bootstrapping from a gentoo sd card bc sshd wasn't running by default22:31
hallynoh yeah i heard about that22:31
hallyni was fjeered it would affect me, luckily didn't22:31
jjohansenhallyn: they also have a debian hf image I have been meaning to try22:31
hallynyeah i saw that one (after i dd'd the gentoo one).  i'll fall back to that one if i need to.22:32
jjohansenhallyn: I keep meaning to get it backup but my play time has been with my transformer tablet22:32
minashokryHello, while upgrading my server from ubuntu 10.04 to 12.04 I had problems and now many packages are left unconfigured. when I run "dpkg-reconfigure -a" I see a message from AddUser package asking about home directories privacy, whatever I answer yes or no, it appears again repeatedly. Anyone can help?22:35
hallynminashokry: what is the exact msg22:40
minashokryit is a very long message appear on a blue background. It asks me about if I want to make home directories readable only by owners or by everyone, then says this will apply on newly created users. then do you want to do that? (yes, no)22:42
hallynminashokry: sorry, i don't recognize it.  might check /var/log/apt/term.log and /var/log/dpkg for some more info22:44
minashokryhallyn: exact message is that "By default, users' home directories are readable by all users on the system. If you want to increase security and privacy, you might want home directories to be readable only for their owners. But if in doubt, leave this option enabled. This will only affect home directories of users added from now on with the adduser command. Do you want system-wide readable home directories?22:45
minashokryhallyn: this is output of tail /var/log/apt/term.log22:47
minashokry icedtea-netx22:47
minashokry libgd-text-perl22:47
minashokry libgd-graph-perl22:47
minashokry libgd-graph3d-perl22:47
minashokry openjdk-6-jdk22:47
minashokry vim-gnome22:47
minashokry ghostscript22:47
minashokry gs-cjk-resource22:47
minashokryProcessing was halted because there were too many errors.22:47
minashokryLog ended: 2012-08-12  06:38:1822:47
hallynminashokry: ah.  you wanted to run dpkg-configure -a, not dpkg-reconfigure -a22:47
minashokryhallyn: oh.. let me try22:47
minashokryhallyn: dpkg-configure: command not found22:48
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hallynsorry, 'dpkg --configure -a'22:53
hallynminashokry: ^22:53
* hallyn out22:53
minashokryhallyn: I get this output http://pastebin.com/d0bvp4DY22:56
minashokryhallyn: thanks I passed the problem23:08
zaitzevevening people23:46
zaitzevanyone here happen to be running Cherokee?23:47

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