uvirtbotNew bug: #1048864 in juju "Latest python in quantal breaks juju test suite" [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104886400:01
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rtdoshey i added "0 0 * * * * /sbin/shutdown -h now" to my crontab, but do i need to update the sudoers file? ...to what?01:34
qman__rtdos, no, but you have too many stars02:08
qman__if it's on your personal crontab, your user must have permission to do that02:08
qman__adding to sudoers will not allow that to work02:08
qman__you'd need to change the command to use sudo02:09
rtdosso it should be "0 0 * * * sudo /sbin/shutdown -h now" (this is for the system to reboot when not used, whether or not someone is not logged in.02:28
qman__rtdos, that will work but only if you have passwordless sudo to run that command02:57
qman__you're probably better off using 'poweroff' instead because I don't think you can specify arguments in a command in sudoers02:57
slybootsAnyone any idea what CIFS VFS: No writable handles for inode might mean?03:06
slybootsIm assuming its something to do with a Samba share (I was writing to the network and now all activity has dropped dead and attempting to look at/umount the share locks up the terminal)03:06
slybootsThe network seems fine on every other machine on the network, just my ubuntu-server box seems to be having problems03:07
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grizcreativeI want to setup a box running ubuntu server with "Smoothwall" like capabilities but cannot figure out which packages to use. Please help04:06
tonyyarussogrizcreative: What are you actually trying to accomplish and what do you need it to do?04:08
SteveThinganyone have any experience with opennms and rancid on 12.04 x64?04:08
SteveThingtheir channel is dead (has been for 5 days...)04:09
grizcreativeI want it to handle DCHP and firewall. Sit between my modem and a switch04:09
tonyyarussogrizcreative: Firewall's already installed - iptables.  There are two or three good DHCP servers in the repos.04:10
SteveThinggrizcreative: may i whisper you?04:11
tonyyarussogrizcreative: Looks like isc-dhcp-server is the recommended one04:11
tonyyarussogrizcreative: You can also use ufw for a simpler interface to iptables - https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/firewall.html04:12
grizcreativetonyyarusso: thank you04:12
SteveThingthere are linux OSes out there specifically designed for firewall purposes and include DHCP, WiFI, DNS, and a bunch more04:13
grizcreativeSteveThing: but i want to do more with it, thus why not just using smoothwall04:13
SteveThingoh, ok04:14
SteveThingtry not to put all your eggs in one basket tho... can get messy04:14
SteveThingi think smoothwall uses iptables anyways :)04:14
grizcreativeIf only the wife gave me unlimited budget04:15
SteveThinghah! i know, right?  women and their "needs"... psh04:15
SteveThinghmm, anyone know of a script to copy a file to file.original?  I know the commands, just not how to script it04:16
uvirtbotNew bug: #1010345 in qemu-kvm (main) "Qemu doesn't support pSeries partitions" [Medium,Expired] https://launchpad.net/bugs/101034504:26
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uvirtbotNew bug: #1022901 in qemu-kvm (main) "Ubuntu 12.04 64bit Guest (qemu/kvm) dies randomly (dup-of: 1025244)" [High,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/102290106:56
Kentoshmmm, just had a drive fail, does this mean the drive is entirely bad or is there something i should check for it?07:08
Kentosim 'rebuilding' the drive in the raid config bios, but im not sure if that will fix it07:08
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uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1045064 in quantum "Impossible to run quantum-server from testing/archives packages" [High,Confirmed]07:54
koolhead17adam_g: reopened it . cool07:55
uvirtbotNew bug: #916576 in samba (main) "smbd crashed with SIGABRT in push_ucs2_talloc()/lp_servicename returns NULL" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/91657608:01
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jamespageUrsinha, are we doing automatic duping of install failures now? bug 1012058 for example?10:41
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1012058 in mysql-5.5 "package mysql-server-5.5 5.5.24-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/101205810:41
BlackPanxiostat -N should show device names, but it doesnt on one of my servers. do i need aditional package/module in kernel installed to make device-mapper show proper LV's of disk... ? using ubuntu distro.10:51
BlackPanxLVS names*10:52
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BlackPanxiostat -N should show LV names, but it doesnt on one of my servers. do i need aditional package/module in kernel installed to make device-mapper show proper LV's of disk... ? using ubuntu distro.12:04
BlackPanxhttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sysstat/+bug/358382 --> is this a bug or not ?12:13
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 358382 in sysstat "iostat -N doesn't report device mapper names" [Undecided,Won't fix]12:13
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uvirtbotNew bug: #1049084 in bind9 (main) "package bind9 1:9.8.1.dfsg.P1-4ubuntu0.2 failed to install/upgrade: el subproceso instalado el script post-installation devolvió el código de salida de error 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104908412:36
uvirtbotNew bug: #1049087 in antlr3 (universe) "gunit missing in antlr3" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104908712:41
cfhowlettzul: maybe where you are.  but greetings anyway12:45
koolhead17morning zul12:56
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jamespagew00t - minimal virtual install looking much better for quantal - thanks cjwatson!13:09
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fidelhi ... trying to setup a local apt-mirror. My first attempt is using apt-mirror - the result works pretty good so far. Question: do you know other ways of setting up an apt-mirror besides using apt-mirror? Maybe one using less bandwidth in general (difficult unless it doenst download all updates in the first place i know)13:27
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stoojHello all. Trying to hook postfix up to a postgresql backend. Is there a set of tables I need to create (and a schema somewhere so that I can recreate them), or does postfix create the needed tables automatically?13:39
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hallynstgraber: where the heck do i find the cached resolvconf info that dhclient got for an interface?13:46
stgraberhallyn: /run/resolvconf/interface/13:47
hallynah /run :)  thx13:47
hallynhm  and that's correct.13:48
hallynbut when i had resolvconf running, no wireless drivers, and eth0 brought up with dhclient, i couldn't resolv any hosts13:48
hallynrebooted several times, no help.  killed resolvconf and edited /etc/resolv.conf, and all is well.13:48
hallynit's *probably* something i did, this system si a bit of a frankenstein, but...13:49
makezanhey guys if you were to set up a syslog server14:00
makezanwhat service would you use?14:00
makezanand why?14:00
tsimpsonmakezan: rsyslog, because it's already installed ;)14:02
makezanrsyslog comes default in ubuntu server?14:02
tsimpsonit's part of the minimal task, and the ubuntu-minimal metapackage14:03
makezanwow okay thx tsimpson will look into it. I've been trying to set it up via centos without success.14:03
orogori tried to use palmiset to have a gui to lvm , however after much struggling i found how to add new pv, but i still can t see how to resize14:09
orogoranyone has an idea of a gui that allows extending lvm partitions?14:10
xnoxorogor: what do you want to extend? Physical volume, Volume Group or Logical Volume? there is no common term 'lvm partition'14:11
orogorlogical volume14:11
xnoxdoes Volume Group have extra space?14:11
orogorwhen i click it it says only create new LV14:12
xnoxorogor: $ sudo lvresize --size 50G my-volume-group/my-logical-volume14:12
xnoxthis will make it 50G big.14:12
xnoxorogor: after that you need to extend the filesystem as well14:12
orogorsystem config lvmm was sooooooo good :(14:13
xnoxorogor: $ resize2fs /dev/my-volume-group/my-logical-volume14:13
xnoxtwo intuitively named commands.....14:13
orogor--size +100 GB extend 100GB right ? liek from 200 to 300 ?14:13
xnoxyes, that works as well.14:14
xnoxorogor: can you give a link to 'lvmm'? I cannot google for such thing.14:14
ogra_xnox, http://dailypackage.fedorabook.com/index.php?/archives/92-GUI-Thursday-System-config-lvm-LVM-GUI-tool.html14:15
ogra_(i think thats what he means)14:15
orogoropps in japanese14:15
xnoxorogor: $ sudo apt-get install system-config-lvm ?14:16
xnoxorogor: it's packaged in Ubuntu.... $ sudo apt-get install system-config-lvm14:16
orogorit s  broken in last versions of ubuntu, signaled upstream ,tagged as won t fix14:16
xnoxbecause all of system-config is broken?14:17
* ogra_ bets systemd issue14:17
xnoxorogor: do you have a link where you reported it upstream?14:17
orogoryes it  wont  start cause of gtk2 vs gtk3 issue or something14:17
orogorit s not me , i googled the error before14:17
hallynstgraber: ~.14:17
xnoxorogor: generally bugs about ubuntu should be filed on launchpad with a link to upstream tracker.14:17
xnoxwell... there are a few crash bugs about it....14:18
hallynlet's try that again.14:18
hallynstgraber: rebooted, found /run/resolvconf/interface/lo.dhclient exists, with
hallynstgraber: when i rm that and resart resolvconf, all is well.14:19
hallynnot sure which dhclient caused that - the lxc, libvirt, or system-wide one14:19
orogorok , resizing the ext414:22
xnoxogra_: seems to work fine here on quantal.14:22
xnoxogra_: there is a bug open about python2.6 string exceptions....14:23
orogori thought it could resize in background and that was instant , or thats  only at inode creation ?14:23
ogra_well, wasnt me who complained :)14:23
* ogra_ has yet to see a filesystem resize thats instant 14:23
stgraberhallyn: that's weird... why would you have dhclient running against .lo...14:23
xnoxorogor: I am not familiar with that application, but depending on the size of the volume it can take quite a bit of time.14:24
hallynstgraber: i dunno.14:29
hallynstgraber: when ireboot again i'll look into it, but i can't reboot the thing now14:29
smoserjdstrand, we had discussed maas using isc-dhcp-server and needing to modify app armour.14:36
smoserwoudl you be opposed to me adding a "#include /etc/maas/apparmor/usr.sbin.isc-dhcp-server" (or equivalent 'correct' path)14:37
smoserthe reason i'd prefer this over explicitly writing a stanza in isc-dhcp-server's profile is that we can more easiliy then bring that back to precise.14:38
smoserour plan is on precise to just add '#include that-file-path' to the /etc/apparmor.d/local/usr.sbin.dhcpd14:38
smoser(realizing that we're not supposed to modify other packages config files, but trying to do so safely and considering it the least invasive path)14:39
smoserin jdstrand's absense or non-immediate reply perhaps mdeslaur could comment if this would be remotely acceptable.14:39
smoser(but i'm willing to just be patient too)14:40
mdeslaurjdstrand: ^14:44
mdeslaursmoser: if jdstrand doesn't answer you, sbeattie may be able to when he gets in in an hour or so14:48
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jdstrandsmoser: so, the intention is fine, but it won't work if that file doesn't exist. if you modify the isc-dhcp to create the /etc/apparmor.d/isc-dhcpd.d directory (or similarly named) then '#include <isc-dhcpd.d>', then you can just drop a file into /etc/apparmor.d/isc-dhcpd.d and it will all work the way you want14:53
jdstrandsmoser: this is because the isc-dhcp package creates the directory you are including, so it is guaranteed to be there14:53
jdstrandsmoser: and you can just drop a 'maas' file in there14:54
smoserand you're ok with that?14:54
jdstrandsmoser: the default install won't have the maas file so the profile is not actually changed14:54
jdstrandsmoser: so in that way, it is even better than editing the profile directly14:54
smoserso in precise, then, we will write '#include <isc-dhcpd.d>' into the local file14:55
smoserand create the directory14:55
jdstrandit would be nice to clean out the euca bits to use this then, but obviously that doesn't need to happen right now14:55
smoseron installation of maas14:55
jdstrandsmoser: I would recommend in precise doing an sru for isc-dhcp14:55
smoserjdstrand, ok. we can do that too.14:55
smoserjust more painful, but you are correct more "correct"14:56
jdstrandsmoser: it is effectively a no-op for the profile, and reduces the deltas14:56
uvirtbotNew bug: #1049167 in antlr3 (universe) "package antlr3 3.2.is.3.2-7 failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite '/usr/share/java/antlr.jar', which is also in package libantlr-java 2.7.7+dfsg-4build1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104916715:01
akoumjianAnyone here knows deb packages? I have a single executable file that I want placed in /usr/local/bin. What is my path to least resistance here?15:10
smoserjdstrand, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1198843/ does htat look remotely correct?15:21
smoseri used usr.sbin.dhcpd.d rather than 'isc-dhcp.d' just as that seemed like more consistent naming.15:22
smoser(so i'm asking for input there)15:22
stgrabersmoser: for bug 1049177 can you just attach a patch or commit to ubuntu:isc-dhcp but without uploading? I'm still planning on doing some isc-dhcp work today/tomorrow so unless it's urgent, I'd prefer to limit the number of uploads15:23
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1049177 in isc-dhcp "isc-dhcp-server apparmor profile should have include ".d" " [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104917715:23
smoserstgraber, sure. is a mp ok?15:24
stgrabersmoser: sure15:25
orogorxnox, just finished extending15:26
xnoxorogor: well done =)15:27
dax_rocAnyone know the right way to set the dns timeout via /etc/network/interfaces ?15:29
stgraberdax_roc: I'd suggest adding the options line to /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head or /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/tail15:34
dax_rocstgraber: just found it thanks. appreciated.15:34
dax_rocstgraber: is that the same for 11.04 ?15:37
stgraberresolvconf was only introduced in 12.0415:37
stgraberbefore that, /etc/resolv.conf was a fairly standard file you could edit directly (unless you're using dhclient or some other tool that modifies it)15:37
dax_rocNo, I'll add it directly, Thought network interface scripts might overwrite it15:38
dax_roc*upgrading soon anyway, time permiting.15:39
dax_rocstgraber: ha, I had actually found your article, thanks agian Stéphane :D15:46
stgrabernp :)15:46
xnoxstgraber: but the resolvconf package was available pre-12.04. And for example I was using resolvconf package for a long time =)15:46
stgraberxnox: yeah but we don't support nor recommend it before 12.04 as it was quite broken on Ubuntu15:46
xnoxstgraber: worked for me. I did take time to configure it though. But the days are gone when I was using highly weird university networks.15:47
hallynstgraber: oh no, i only just noticed that when you use the ecryptfs backed containers, 'ecryptfs_root' shows up as though it's a container.  i need to change the target mount dir.15:49
stgraberxnox: yeah, and you probably had a system where /etc was read/write and /usr wasn't a separate partition15:49
xnox=( it was a macbook as well15:51
moothecowis there any way to force the auto update process to send an e-mail (basically I just want to test it's email functionality - set up heirloom (prev. nail))15:59
moothecowwent for heirloom as it's just 1 package opposed to bsd-mail+ssmtp for example. Seems simple enough - mailx sends stuff out nicely16:00
RoyKapt-get install mailx ?16:02
RoyKseems the same16:04
moothecowmailx is a virtual package, but how does that force apt's auto update process to send a test mail?16:09
dax_rocstgraber: I've added options rotate, options timeout:1 to the base file but it's not rotating ? any suggestions. Any way I can see the full resolv.conf ?16:24
stgraberdax_roc: did these options get into your /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf?16:25
dax_rocI don't have one16:26
dax_rocstgraber: just interface, postponed-update in /run/resolvconf16:27
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Davieyroaksoax: you'll work with zul and adam_g for "[andreserl] Track GlanceAPI, Glance Registry, Keystone RA's, and ensure they hit the archive.: TODO" ?16:32
roaksoaxDaviey: yeah, well debian maintainers has made a debian packaging available on github but since I haven't been able to catch up with him I don't yet know if his plans are to upload that to debian or what16:35
roaksoaxDaviey: cause initial he said that those resource agents would be part of upstream (openstack)16:35
uvirtbotNew bug: #917824 in qemu-kvm "qemu loops/hangs on extending qcow2-diskspace" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/91782416:41
rtdos hey i added "0 0 * *  * /sbin/shutdown -h now" to my crontab, but do i need to update the sudoers file? ...to what? or should that be "/sbin/poweroff" instead? help?16:44
Jeeves_rtdos: Which user runs that command?16:45
e_t_rtdos: sudoers won't enter into it. You can supply a password to a cronjob and it's not a good idea to let a user use shutdown without a password. If you're going to use that cron at all, it should be root's crontab. Root, of course, doesn't need permissions from sudo to power down the computer.16:48
e_t_*can't supply a password to a cronjob.16:48
RoyKe_t_: you can configure sudo to let a user use certain commands without a password16:49
RoyKe_t_: or you can run the cronjob as root16:49
e_t_RoyK: that's almost exactly what I said: "it's not a good idea to let a user use shutdown without a password" and "If you're going to use that cron at all, it should be root's crontab"16:50
RoyKe_t_: if it's a reboot, with a controlled script, it's ok for a certain user if that user only runs cronjobs16:51
RoyKe_t_: and if the command allowed is only the reboot thing16:52
RoyKe_t_: allowing a user full sudo access, even if it's a cron user, isn't very wise16:52
slybootsDoes anyone here, have any good guides on setting up "permissions" espically nfsv4 permissions for Ubuntu16:53
slybootsThis is *baffling* me, how your supposed to implement access control in linux as is16:53
zulDaviey: can you review websockify for me?16:54
uvirtbotNew bug: #1049240 in vsftpd (main) "nologin shells don't allow sftp access" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104924017:01
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Davieyzul: NEW review?17:10
zulDaviey: dah17:10
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Hexchhi, can some of you recommend a simple hosting panel, just to manage apache, ftp, mysql?17:27
grefterI was just told I need to install ubuntu-server here at work. this OS worth it??17:28
Hexchgrefter: depends on what you need it 4?17:28
greftermonitoring software17:29
grefterthats it17:29
Hexchzabbix ?17:29
Hexchor something else?17:30
Hexchyou can use ubuntu for that17:31
grefterusing it to monitor our datacenter servers and controllers17:31
grefteralright, sounds good17:31
Hexchyou can use ubuntu for all your linux/unix based software17:31
Hexcheasy to administer17:31
grefterin comes the sales pitch ;)17:31
Hexchohh no.. I am not a salesman17:32
grefterlike debian is I hear?17:32
Hexchacctually Im technitian as you17:32
grefterputting it on an r520 .. debian missed the beat17:34
greftercentos purss like a gurkin, but they won't let me use it, cause opennms was build around .deb files...bloody developers :)17:34
Hexchthen just use ubuntu17:36
HexchI've just upgraded 10 of our webservers lastweekend to latest relase and some of the servers were running 8.04 without any problems17:36
Hexchmy point is good documentation17:38
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cwesterfieldAnyone have mollify setup with sqlite? I am apparently doing it wrong17:59
grefterwell, guess we'll never know until we try it out :D18:06
rtdoshow do i use root's cron job?18:10
SpamapSrtdos: do you mean, how do you make a cron job that runs as root?18:10
rtdosyes. what i am trying to do is power off the system unconditionally.18:12
grefterpull the cord ?18:14
patdk-wkuse ipmi :)18:15
hallynjamespage: stgraber: I'm torn.  right now the lxc testsuite is one big py-unittest.  To convert it to utah, should i be splitting it up with one test per dir?18:23
hallynit'll mean everyone will *have* to use utah to neatly run the tests...18:24
hallynwhereas right now they can just branch my tree and run it all18:24
rtdosipmi ?18:25
stgraberhallyn: what's the URL of your test branch again? want to check if there's no easy way to get something roughly at the middle where we can still easily run the tests without utah but can also have utah call the individual tests18:26
jamespagehallyn, I'd just stick it in a one test18:34
hallynstgraber: lp:~serge-hallyn/+junk/lxc-test18:42
hallynI'm going to put it all in one test under lp:~serge-hallyn/+junk/utah-lxc for now18:42
hallynjamespage: ok, thanks.  will do18:42
jamespagehallyn, I think we should ask that utah know how to deal with tests which are actually test suites/multiple tests18:43
hallynah, actually it let me use lp:~serge-hallyn/utah/utah-lxc18:43
hallynjamespage: +118:43
stgraberhallyn: ok, I think you may eventually interested by refactoring the tests to look like what we're doing in ubiquity and a few other package. Basically a bunch of .py files each containing a unittest.TestCase class and using a "run" script that calls them all but also allows you to only run a subset18:44
stgraberhallyn: lp:~ubuntu-qa-website/ubuntu-qa-website/python-qatracker is I believe a reasonable example of this (look at the tests directory)18:47
hallynstgraber: that's similar to what the utah structure woudl be18:47
hallynok, thanks.  that would probably be nicer long term18:47
grefternot a good start for ubuntu, get to the install screen, hit enter to install ubuntu-server, get a black screen..18:52
grefterfuckin server takes off like a rocket and then nothing happens :D18:52
ubottuPlease watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.18:53
grefteri hear families swear all the time..18:53
grefterunless they are mormons18:54
guntbertgrefter: just don't do it in here please18:54
grefterregardless, ubuntu doesn't work on this server either it appears.18:54
grefterdell r520, anyone got one?18:55
guntbertgrefter: can you switch virtual terminals?18:55
uvirtbotNew bug: #1049309 in keystone (main) "keystone package: logrotate should have compress option" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104930918:56
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grefterguntbert: no, just a black screen, monitor appears to be in hibernation18:58
guntbertgrefter: sorry, I have to ask: do you know how to switch VTs?18:59
grefterif I reboot the server, i get a display, only drops when I try to install18:59
grefterguntbert: yes I know, that doesn't appear to be the issue19:00
guntbertgrefter: another idea: did you check if the iso was ok before burning it?19:00
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grefterno, actually I didn't. does that  commonly happen with ubuntu?19:02
guntbertgrefter: not at all, but a bad d/l makes a bad CD :-)19:03
patdk-wkthat has nothing to do with ubuntu, but your internet connection when you downloaded :)19:03
guntbert!md5sum | grefter19:03
ubottugrefter: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows19:03
grefterappers to be the server, have a second one and it works fine.19:08
grefternothing like an 8k paper weight19:09
patdk-wkmy friend has the strangest issue with ubuntu cd's and dell cdrom's19:10
patdk-wktry using the alt iso image19:11
patdk-wkor you could attempt a mini-iso/net boot19:11
grefteryea, good idea19:11
patdk-wkfor some reason, his dell cdroms refuse to boot ubuntu :(19:11
grefterbut it's weird, both server are the same..but the disk works in 1 not the other :D19:11
patdk-wkI dunno if I have that issue with my dells, as I always netboot install19:12
grefteri'll try a net on the 2nd box19:13
guntbertpatdk-wk: thats fine after you get them to wake-on-lan without windows19:13
patdk-wkwhy would I bother with wake-on-lan with a server?19:14
patdk-wkbut I have a crapload of dells at home, they all wake-on-lan just fine19:14
patdk-wkgo in bios, turn on wake-on-lan, disable ultra-low-power-savings, done19:15
guntbertpatdk-wk: (we are off topic here, so..): I guess you are right with a dell*server*, the consumer machines behave somewhat different it seems19:17
patdk-wkactually, I was talking about dell workstation machines that I do that with, sx270, sx280, gx620, optiplex 745, optiplex 755, optiplex 780 optiplex 790, optiplex 96019:18
patdk-wkall of those wake-on-lan the same exact way, works perfect with ubuntu server19:19
patdk-wkI have used most all of those as mythtv frontend machines using wake-on-lan19:19
guntbertpatdk-wk: glad to hear it - my experience was different - but lets drop that here :=)19:20
uvirtbotNew bug: #1049321 in irqbalance (main) "package irqbalance 1.0.3-1ubuntu2 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104932119:25
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stgrabermdeslaur, smoser: does that look right to you? http://paste.ubuntu.com/1199407/20:14
stgrabermdeslaur, smoser: the branch history is in a pretty bad state so I had to go through debdiffs and as the introduction of that code was pre-natty there was no good way of extracing a clean diff...20:15
mdeslaurstgraber: you're missing the argument I believe20:16
smosermdeslaur is right. wait_for_root takes an argument.20:16
stgraberhmm, you sure? last version I see with wait_for_rw doesn't pass an argument20:17
* stgraber finds a 12.04 machine, will be much easier this way ;)20:18
stgraberindeed it does and my code is wrong too, guess I used an older version20:18
stgraberlet me update that20:18
stgrabermdeslaur, smoser: that should be better: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1199418/20:20
smoserstgraber,  http://paste.ubuntu.com/1199428/ is the content pre merge20:23
smoserkey things there are 'readlink -f'20:23
smoserto get the correct directory of the file if its a link20:23
mdeslaurstgraber: looks like you're using new_resolv_conf before you assign it20:24
stgrabermdeslaur: indeed... fixed20:24
stgrabersmoser: right, so that's something like this then: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1199437/20:26
* stgraber really wishes we'd just consider non-resolvconf setups as unsupported and stop having to workaround these cases...20:27
smoserstgraber, i'm surprised... but i was actually coming to that conclusion the other day.20:28
smoseror rather this morning20:28
smoseras i was thinking with how to correctly update /etc/resolv.conf20:28
mdeslaurstgraber: the rm -f $new_resolv_conf will fail if the partition isn't r/w yet20:28
smoserand was inventing some scheme that would allow multiple parties to collaborate in its maintenance20:29
smoserand then realized that we had such a thing, and it was already the default20:29
stgrabermdeslaur: indeed... moving the call one line up to fix that one ;)20:30
hallynjamespage: there is something i'm missing... when i do sudo utah -r ./runlists/print-server.run   i get a failure20:30
hallyni gather i can't use the .run file as a runfile?20:30
hallynoh it's probably prety late for jamespage20:31
mdeslaurstgraber: you're also going to need to use ${resolv_conf} instead of "/etc/resolv.conf" everywhere lower down do you replace the symlink target instead of the symlink20:34
stgrabermdeslaur: yep, noticed that when going through the script again...20:38
stgrabermdeslaur: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1199462/ anything I missed?20:38
stgraberI'll make sure this one gets forwarded to Debian because it's going to be a pain to merge20:40
mdeslaurstgraber: looks good to me20:40
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unsecur3dgot it going :)20:46
unsecur3dthis will save me a few bucks20:46
unsecur3dahhh wrogn chan20:46
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smoserstgraber, if you have not committed yet, could you put a comment on the ': >>' line ?20:55
smoserreferencing bug 85752420:56
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 857524 in isc-dhcp "dhclient-script will not work with read-only /etc" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85752420:56
smoserjust because at one point that was 'test -w' but that was insufficient in reality20:56
stgrabersmoser: already commited and forwarded to Debian. I'll send a comment to the Debian bug though.20:57
smoserbut htat bug is bad.20:58
guntbertstgraber: is there a way to increase the time for dnsmasq to wait for an answer from the NS?20:58
smoserjust a minute20:58
stgrabersmoser: ok20:58
smoserbug 856984 is right20:58
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 856984 in isc-dhcp "dhclient-script attempts to write /etc/resolv.conf before it is writable" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/85698420:58
stgrabersmoser: thanks, commented in the Debian bug20:59
three18tiwhat would cause the dns-nameservers directive not to be loaded when I perform a networking restart?  I've configured my IP statically and am attempting to assign DNS servers, but when I restart networking, my resolv.conf is over written with my nameservers as, however, my dns-search directive is being read correctly.21:06
three18tihonestly, I could just remove the symlink, add my name servers, then make /etc/resolv.conf immutable, but that is just the wrong way to fix the problem.21:07
uvirtbotNew bug: #1048677 in horizon "UncompressableFileError: 'horizon/js/horizon.js' isn't accesible via COMPRESS_URL" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104867721:11
three18tiso... can I just purge resolvconf?  `apt-get purge resolvconf` so it doesn't overwrite my "custom" /etc/resolv.conf (since I removed the link then created an immutable file /etc/reslov.conf), and frankly the errors "resolvconf: Error: /etc/resolv.conf isn't a symlink, not doing anything." are simply annoying since my system seems to have it out for me today.21:12
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three18ticrap, when I try to remove resolvconf it wants to remove ubuntu-minimal...  ubuntu-minimal is a meta package right?21:13
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adam_gzul: when is cinder supposed to initialize its sqlite db? its doing it in both cinder-scheduler and cinder-common postinsts22:28
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zuladam_g: i could have sworn i put it in there22:42
adam_gzul: it is there22:48
adam_gzul: but its also in cinder-scheduler22:48
adam_gill remove it22:48
adam_g(from scheduler)22:48
zulyeah i didnt put it in cinder-scheduler22:48
adam_gzul: either way, neither of them actually work22:49
zuladam_g: bah22:50
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black_13what is initrd preseeding23:35

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