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phillwhiyas, dead n00b question, whilst iptables -F will flush, how do stop top them being reloaded when there is an error?00:59
sarnoldwhat kind of error? simple syntax error or you made a mistake in the rules and now ssh is dead? :)00:59
phillwsarnold: a simple error LoT made that took down the ZNC server...01:03
phillwas it reloads each time, where do I find and stop it from loading from that file?01:04
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prsoneyHello im on a linux class and I need to get nmap. but when I do apt-get install nmap i get loads of extra tools that i dont need since im only running server. are there other similar tools i should use when running server only?07:19
smwprsoney, it doesn't install anything you don't need07:20
prsoneyit asks me to install zenmap, and for zenmap i need x, which is like 80MB with all the dependencies?07:21
smwit should not require zenmap07:23
smwsudo apt-get install nmap adds zenmap to the list of deps?07:23
simmelYour apt uses suggested packages as deps?07:24
smwI don't even thing zenmap is suggested07:24
prsoneyNeed to get 47.0 MB of archives. After this operation, 130 MB of additional disk space will be used.07:24
smwsudo apt-cache show nmap      gives me no zenmap07:24
smwprsoney, what is it installing?07:25
prsoneyloads and loads of stuff smw07:25
smwprsoney, copy and paste :-)07:25
smwor pastebin...07:25
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smwwtf? lol07:27
smwprsoney, pastebin the output of sudo apt-cache show nmap07:28
smwprsoney, and what command gave that output you just gave me?07:28
prsoneyapt-get install nmap07:28
smwI think the issue is that liblua requires alot07:29
smwnope, nm07:29
smwliblua requires nothing07:29
smwso what is the output of sudo apt-cache show nmap ?07:30
excalibrzenmap has its own package07:39
smwexcalibr, right, but installing nmap should not drag zenmap in as a dep07:39
smwit would most likely be the other way around07:39
excalibri dont seen zenmap in nmap dep07:42
smwexcalibr, it isn't07:43
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dokozul, Daviey: looking at component mismatches: ok to demote maas-dhcp and maas-dns? if not, please seed it somewhere09:20
dokook to promote the other binaries?09:20
dokoroaksoax, Daviey: any update on freeipmi?09:22
bigjoolsDaviey (or anyone), why would the BMC on my HP microserver not accept the IP address offered to it and keep doing more DHCPDISCOVER?  It used to work .... :/09:22
linociscoI followed that https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/samba-dc.html. but I dont know what to write inside logon.cmd09:31
_rubenlinocisco: whatever you want to executed when a user logs in, it's optional09:33
simmelUnsure if this is the correct channel for this question, but: I'm trying to generate apparmor profiles using aa-complain and aa-logprof but my profiles are almost completely empty, no rules are generated at all. http://pastie.org/private/uoulvjifwy8dkvpgiwjwsw It probably has something09:46
simmelto do with that I've changed the rsyslog log format, but I can't find what it's supposed to look like. Ideas?09:47
chambsCan anyone tell me the name of the script which modifies /etc/motd on server 12.04?09:51
frojndHi there. I have ubuntu server 12.4 and I'm seeking any tutorial for setting up git server, I prefer any "official" tutorials. I've already checked help page of ubuntu but it's for later releases: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Git09:52
linocisco_ruben, I want to know the format09:54
_rubenlinocisco: it's just a batch file, which gets executed through cmd.exe09:55
_rubenunless you named it logon.ps1, then it'll get executed through powershell09:55
Davieybigjools: hmm, are you sure it was offered ?10:02
bigjoolsDaviey: positive, I am looking at the syslog10:03
Davieybigjools: Can't answer then.. i saw something similar, where it wasn't getting addresses.. turned out, i had exhausted my lease pool10:03
bigjoolsno other dhcp servers around either, so either there's a bug in quantal's isc-dhcpd or the bmc is doing something peculiar10:03
Davieythe bmc is peculiar10:04
bigjoolsdefinitely not exhuasted my lease pool :)10:04
DavieyI don't know, sorry :(10:04
* koolhead17 pokes Daviey 10:28
dokozul, Daviey: looking at component mismatches: ok to demote maas-dhcp and maas-dns? if not, please seed it somewhere10:31
dokook to promote the other binaries?10:31
lepiratHello everyone10:34
lepiratI have a question if you don't mind, I'm new in Ubuntu world, and I'm trying really hard to get along with it, Ubuntu ROCKS10:34
lepiratmy question is :10:35
lepiratHow can I install xubuntu with LVMs on top of RAID 110:36
lepiratbest regards10:36
xnoxlepirat: use alternate cd or mini.iso & follow server-guide advanced installation.10:37
melmothlepirat, if the raid 1 is hardware raid, "as usual", it will be seen as a normal drive by the kernel.10:40
linocisco_ruben, can you show me sample?10:40
melmothif it s software raid, i do not know10:40
lepiratthanks guys for replay, but here comes the output I have seen10:42
lepiratit shows me a three different HDDs10:42
lepiratit's /dev/sda10:43
lepirat2nd /dev/sdb10:43
lepirat3rd it's : /dev/mapper/isw_cffeiahdid_volume010:43
lepiratsda I suppose is my HDD no.110:43
lepiratsdb my HDD no.210:44
lepiratwhat is  /dev/mapper/isw_cffeiahdid_volume0 ?10:44
lepiratis this the RAID 1 partition10:44
lepiratLets say , YES it is !!10:44
xnoxlepirat: stop.10:44
lepiratokay, something wrong !10:45
xnoxlepirat: that one is Intel Rapid Storage Raid. Setup your RAID1 partitions in the BIOS and then only setup LVM on top of it. the /dev/sda & /dev/sdb will probably be masked by isw after you do that.10:45
xnox(or you can use the windows app)10:46
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xnoxlepirat: you will then need to activate "dmraid" during installation. This will be called "fakeraid" (although I don't like the term, there is nothing fake about it.... ;-) )10:46
xnoxmdadm does support intel rapid storage, but it is not integrated in ubuntu yet.10:47
lepiratxnon : keep talking10:48
lepiratsorry I lost the connection befor11:11
frojndHi there. I'm having a bit of a problem cloning the admin repo (for gitolite) when I do: $ git clone git@localhost:gitolite-admin it asks me for a git password (I type it in) and then it writes out: fatal: 'gitolite-admin' does not appear to be a git repository fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly11:12
frojndI've successfully setup gitolite11:12
frojndbut now at the ste when trying to clone: http://sitaramc.github.com/gitolite/clone.html I get this error. Any help would be much appreciated11:13
frojndAlso I think it should not prompt for a password. Correct me if I'm wrong?11:13
lepiratXnox : you were saying something about fakeRAID, how to apply it, or lets say how to make RAID 1 .. shall I go with Hardware RAID, which I stuck on that. Is there any alternative solution ?11:23
lepiratthanks in advance11:23
sorendavi: I have a problem with "nova-manage db sync" in Folsom that I'm surprised you've not hit.11:31
sorendavi: Whoops, not for you.11:31
sorenDaviey: I have a problem with "nova-manage db sync" in Folsom that I'm surprised you've not hit.11:31
sorenDaviey: https://github.com/openstack/nova/blob/master/nova/db/sqlalchemy/migrate_repo/versions/082_essex.py#L26011:31
Davieysoren: Oh11:31
sorenDaviey: I get the error mentioned in that comment.11:31
sorenDaviey: Why you don't is a mystery to me.11:32
Davieysoren: erm, i think we have hit that11:32
Davieylet me check the bug11:32
sorenDaviey: You SRU'ed a fix for it, apparently, but I don't see the fix in Folsom?11:32
Davieysoren: ah, that isn't bug 106247411:33
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1062474 in nova "Migrations do not populate volume_id_mappings and instance_id_mappings completely" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106247411:33
sorenIt's also not bug 12345611:33
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 123456 in xine-lib "podcast crashes amarok" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/12345611:33
soren..but why are we talking about bugs that it isn't?11:33
Davieybug 99366311:34
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 993663 in nova "[SRU] dns_domains table mysql charset is 'latin1'. Should be 'utf8'" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/99366311:34
sorenYes, that.11:34
Davieysoren: I /thought/ it might have been the same migration bug we saw11:34
sorenWhy the "¤% am I still affected by this bug, then?11:35
* soren scratches head11:35
Davieysoren: Looking at the comments here, it seems zul asked appropriate questions https://review.openstack.org/#/c/8356/11:35
DavieyDan & Mark seemed pretty sure it was kosher11:35
sorenSince then, fix_dns_domains.py seems to have disappeared.11:37
* soren goes digging11:37
sorenOh, that fix only went to stable/essex?11:39
uvirtbotNew bug: #1063857 in maas (main) "Cluster controller fails to start because MAAS_URL is not set." [Critical,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106385711:40
uvirtbotNew bug: #1063946 in maas-enlist (main) "maas-enlsit does not take power-type and power-settings parameters" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106394611:40
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064096 in clamav "Please update clamav to 0.97.6" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106409611:40
sorenOk, found the folsom equivalent.11:40
soren..but I don't understand why it works. :(11:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #1057024 in qemu-kvm (main) "kvm kernel module always loaded, without setting /dev/kvm permissions" [High,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/105702411:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #1063806 in ntp (main) "ntp deadlock while exiting and never stop" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106380611:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #1063680 in php5 (main) "php5-fpm crashed with SIGSEGV" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106368011:42
uvirtbotNew bug: #1063697 in juju (universe) "[FFe] Please update to new snapshot release ~bzr592" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106369711:42
uvirtbotNew bug: #1063770 in lxc "cloud lxc template leaves half-written files if interrupted (dup-of: 1037331)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106377011:42
uvirtbotNew bug: #991023 in mysql-5.5 (main) "mysql server cannot start" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/99102311:43
uvirtbotNew bug: #1062939 in samba (main) "package samba 2:3.6.3-2ubuntu2.3 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 128" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106293911:43
uvirtbotNew bug: #1062310 in lm-sensors (main) "ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS failed to sensor cpu , board and fans , by sensors-applet and lm-sensors" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106231011:44
uvirtbotNew bug: #1062802 in nis (universe) "package nis 3.17-32ubuntu4.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106280211:44
* soren glances at uvirtbot 11:44
codescienceis there really much difference between ubuntu servers of old compared to newer updated versions?11:46
glancecodescience: yes.11:51
sorenDaviey: Nope, still puzzled why it works for anyone else. The first migration attempts to create dns_domains with a domain field as varchar(512) and then defines it as the primary key. 512 characters in utf-8 encoding is much more thn the max of 767 bytes.11:51
sorenDaviey: I don't see anything attempting to prevent this from being created. I see a later migration try to shrink the domain field to make it work, but how it manages to apply the first migration is mysterious.11:52
Davieysoren: did you see why the gerrit review from above was seemingly reverted for Folsom?11:52
sorenDaviey: No, didn't see that.11:53
sorenDaviey: But I do see a comment in migrate_repo/versions/096_recreate_dns_domains.py claiming that "the old dns_domains table is in the 'latin1' charset".11:53
Davieysoren: do you have a minimal testcase that would be suitable for a git bisect?11:53
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sorenDaviey: ..but I don't see anything attempting to make sure that dns_domains is indeed latin1 in the 082_essex migiration.11:54
codescienceglance, for internal server though, old versions are fine when they're internal only servers, right?11:54
Davieysoren: Generally, my confidence in encoding for Folsom isn't as strong as essex.11:55
sorenIf "CREATE TABLE" doesn't specify a charset, where does the default come from?11:56
Davieysoren: the distro11:59
Davieydoko: sorry, i missed your pings12:01
Davieydoko: I am dealing with that today.. leave it with me. Thanks12:01
dokook, thanks12:01
sorenDaviey: Well, sure, but how? Where? How can I determine what it is and how can I change it?12:03
Davieysoren: grep default-character-set /etc/mysql/12:04
Davieysoren: client & server option12:05
sorenDaviey: No hits.12:05
sorenDaviey: But I can see that if I "create database foo" and mysqldump it, it says its default charset is latin1. My nova db has default charset utf8.12:06
DavieyI thought we switched from latin1 -> utf8 about 3 cycles ago12:06
sorenI know where the utf8 comes from.12:06
DavieyReally a question for SpamapS.12:07
sorenMy Puppet magic does that explicitly.12:07
DavieyI really thought we set default-character-set now :/12:10
sorenI think that particular setting got deprecated?12:10
soren"The syntax '--default-character-set' is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Please use --character-set-server instead."12:11
Davieysoren: bah12:18
SpamapSsoren: re where default charset comes from.. there are no less than *4* variables that can influence that12:19
DavieySpamapS: Hmm, can we distro patch some more in?12:19
SpamapSsoren: you have the server charset, the db charset, the connection charset, and the "coin flip" charset12:20
SpamapSand by coin flip I mean "table and/or column"12:21
uvirtbotNew bug: #1052056 in freeipmi (universe) "[FFe] [MIR] freeipmi" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/105205612:22
SpamapSsoren: so, re your question.. create table w/o charset should come from the db charset.12:22
SpamapSsoren: but if that is left unset.. the server charset12:23
SpamapSI've been through so many nightmares with mysql charsets... was so happy to see drizzle just said "F it, we have utf-8. Thats it."12:23
SpamapSunfortunately, they (the devs) also said "f it, we want a paycheck" and moved on to other projects12:24
SpamapSnow Drizzle is basically funded by GSoC12:25
Kingsyanyone in here use rsync? I am looking to get some support for it12:35
SpamapSKingsy: half the world uses rsync12:38
SpamapSKingsy: whats the question?12:38
KingsySpamapS: a command like this, rsync -av --dry-run --exclude-from '.gitignore' -e ssh chris@site.co.uk:/srv/site.co.uk/ .    the output is not just the files tha thave changed.. it is EVERYTHING.. why?12:39
Kingsyshouldnt that command only sync through what has changed? in regards to its timestamp and size etc?12:40
Kingsyor at least thats what I assumed12:40
SpamapSKingsy: its telling you all things considered12:41
SpamapSKingsy: you'll see the "speedup" number which will tell you all the things skipped12:41
SpamapSKingsy: btw, your -e is not necessary12:41
SpamapSKingsy: '-e ssh' has been assumed for about 10 years now12:41
Kingsyah ok12:42
Kingsyso, is it possible to only echo the files that it is going to sync on the dry run?12:42
SpamapSunless you're still on RHEL 4 or Debian 3.0 .. nobody expects rsh to work. :)12:42
Kingsyrather than what it is considering ?12:42
SpamapSKingsy: dunno.. I'm sure thats possible12:43
SpamapSKingsy: 'man rsync' says that --dry-run + --itemize-changes does what you want12:44
sorenSpamapS: Cool, thanks for the clarification.12:45
Kingsyhmm let me see12:47
KingsySpamapS: nope thats even worse.. even more verbose12:47
Kingsyeach file/directory seems to be a given a .d..tp..... key along with it, which I suppose means something.. but if you have 100,000 of those, kinda impossible to go through them all12:48
SpamapSKingsy: those things are all the mods that will be made12:50
SpamapSKingsy: so you can filter out the ones that won't change anything12:50
Kingsyhow? all i want is a dry-run list of the files that are going to be synced12:51
Kingsyit seems impossible.. I just get a MASSIVE soup of information.. heheh12:51
KingsyI have tried about 20 variations on the command12:52
SpamapSKingsy: I've used rsync for such things before, but always programmaticaly12:55
patdk-wkis there anyway to make a raid0 with like loop? without mdadm?12:57
SpamapSpatdk-wk: lvm can do stripes12:58
patdk-wkI am attempting this from readonly media12:58
xnoxpatdk-wk: and raid0 is more or less just plain lvm.12:58
tasarashi, I have Ubuntu Server 10.04.4, the system tomcat6 is 6.0.24. I wanna run the latest version, how can I do that?12:58
patdk-wklvm is not plain raid0, it's totally different12:58
SpamapStasaras: Ubuntu 12.04 is out.. :)12:58
patdk-wkattempting to recover a raid10 array12:59
patdk-wkthat wasn't made with mdadm12:59
tasarasSpamapS, i know but it is not within my power to upgrade to the new LTS12:59
xnoxpatdk-wk: what was it made with?12:59
tasarasso is there a "work-around" ?12:59
patdk-wkhw raid card12:59
patdk-wkso mainly just need to unstripe the data12:59
SpamapStasaras: if you can't upgrade the OS, you probably can't upgrade the system tomcat either12:59
SpamapStasaras: you can always just install a newer one in your home dir13:00
xnoxpatdk-wk: so... activate it with dmraid. If you can't there is not much help as the hw controller can put data however it likes. I daubt it will be straight forward to "mount" directly.13:00
xnoxbut good luck figuring out offsets and see if they work....13:00
patdk-wkxnox, dmraid?13:00
patdk-wkdmraid doesn't add any headers?13:01
xnoxpatdk-wk: yes, dmraid a software package used to mount / talk to some hardware(ish) raid controllers.13:01
patdk-wkno, no hardware raid here13:01
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064366 in cinder (main) "Cinder doesnt configure tgt properly." [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106436613:01
patdk-wkthe array was built with a raid card in another system, that system is toast13:01
patdk-wkI just need to unstripe the data13:01
xnoxpatdk-wk: if it was not build using linux software raid mdadm... then you really need to get a raid card.... unless you know the ondisk layout that toasted raid card produced.13:02
patdk-wkxnox, and I do know it :)13:02
patdk-wklike I said, I only need to unstripe the data13:02
tasarasSpamapS, so is there not a way to get a new .deb and install over it?13:03
tasarasor it is a recipe for disaster?13:03
SpamapStasaras: you can probably rebuild the precise tomcat6 packages..13:03
SpamapStasaras: there's a script called 'backportpackage' that can be helpful there13:04
SpamapStasaras: I'm just not sure thats worth the trouble13:04
tasarasits for supporting a client, not personal use13:04
dokoroaksoax, Daviey: freeipmi promoted. again, please look at component mismatches once this gets updated13:06
Davieydoko: funny, i did it aswell13:07
Davieydoko: I wasn't lieing when i said i was "on it" :)13:08
dokoDaviey, that was for maas ...13:09
Davieydoko: Okay.. well we both seem to have promoted freeipmi aswell.13:10
lepiratHello there13:10
lepiratguys I have one question ?13:10
lepiratHow can I install LVM on RAIDed Machine ?13:10
tasaraswhere do i get more info about what version of tomcat is contained in Ubuntu 12.04?13:11
melmothtasaras, apt-cache search tomcat ? (mention 6 and 7)13:13
tasarasmelmoth, i dont have access to ubuntu 12.0413:14
melmothinstall one, it s free :-)13:14
Picitasaras: http://packages.ubuntu.com13:15
SpamapStasaras: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/tomcat613:16
SpamapStasaras: or https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/tomcat713:16
zulDaviey: ping can you have a quick peek http://paste.ubuntu.com/1269240/13:20
Davieyzul: lgtm.. I think that is the approach you discussed with adam_g ?13:23
zulDaviey:  yeah13:23
KingsySpamapS: so there is no way you know of to just list the files that are going to be synced?13:24
npws_marcso last night my hard drive had 14GB available.. now it has 0... is there some way i can find out what happened over night?13:27
Kingsydf to find out what partition, du to find out what files specifically13:28
KingsyI guess13:28
npws_marchow so?13:29
npws_marci know the partition13:30
npws_marcit's the partition for my /var mount point13:30
npws_marchow can i use du to find out what happened in the past 12 hours13:30
Kingsyoh no, I meant use du to find what files have been created that are taking the space13:30
Kingsyor ls13:31
npws_marcalso: du -hc * on /var claims 66GB, but the partition size is 41GB13:31
Kingsythen you will be able to tell which process is responsible13:31
npws_marcoh ithink i know what happened13:32
npws_marcso i have a hard drive mounted on /var/backup, but i forgot to remount it last night.. so my daily backup script went ahead and backed up to /var/backup anyway13:33
Kingsyoh.. hehe13:34
uvirtbotNew bug: #1062340 in maas "juju provider interacts poorly with arch constraints" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106234013:45
SpamapSKingsy: yes there's a way. No I don't know it.13:48
zulDaviey:  can you review cinder in the queue please?13:48
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064420 in horizon (main) "Ubuntu theme in Horizon dashboard causes formatting issues" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106442014:21
jamespageDaviey, I just uploaded  a fresh merge of bacula from debian including a security fix14:38
jamespagebug 106443514:38
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1064435 in bacula "Please merge bacula 5.2.6+dfsg-5 from debian unstable" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106443514:38
Davieyjamespage: All i read is, "< jamespage> Daviey, i've created some work for you" :)14:39
jamespageDaviey, absolutely!14:39
jamespageprobably less work that it took to test it tho...14:39
* jamespage must write an automated test suite for bacula14:40
Davieyjamespage: My review is bassed on, I'm flipping a coin on weather to accept.14:40
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uvirtbotNew bug: #1064435 in bacula (main) "Please merge bacula 5.2.6+dfsg-5 from debian unstable" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106443514:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064440 in nova (main) "nova-vncproxy has unmet dependencies" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106444014:46
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zuladam_g:  lemme know when you are around15:11
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KingsySpamapS: you still there?15:15
ahs3hallyn: sorry 'bout the delay -- uploaded netcf to experimental last night.  wasn't sure if you wanted to leave that bug open or not, tho15:35
SpamapSKingsy: stepped out for a bit... back now15:39
hallynahs3: i saw the email late last night - thanks for pushing.  you mean wait to close the bug until it hits unstable?15:40
ahs3hallyn: i wasn't sure how you wanted to handle it.  it could have been closed with the push to experimental, or we can wait until it's time to push the same bits to sid.  it was kinda hard to tell from the bug.15:42
ahs3(either way WFM...)15:42
zulsoren: ping the ubuntu-openstack-testing has a patch that solves the nfs testsuite bug fyi15:44
jamespagezul, whats the story with nova-vncproxy  in folsom?15:48
hallynahs3: i'm not sure either.  how does promotino to unstable happen?15:48
ahs3hallyn: we'd have to decide to do it, iirc.  then it's just another upload15:48
zuljamespage: bad documentation in the docs15:48
frojndHm.. I've added a line AllowUsers got myusername, but then when I try to ssh to server I get: ssh: connect to host localhost port 10001: Connection refused. If I remove this line in sshd_config and try to login with the same user I'm allowed. What I be missing here?15:49
jamespagezul, so which vncproxy package should be used?15:49
zuljamespage: lemme get back to you on that15:49
jamespagezul, I'd guess nova-novncproxy15:49
zuljamespage: yeah15:49
KingsySpamapS: I don't think it matters now thanks15:50
hallynahs3: let's leave the bug open so we remember :)15:51
ahs3hallyn: okey dokey :)15:52
hallynahs3: i guess i'll put a note down for a week from today to look into promoting15:53
frojndAnyone here using gitolite?15:54
frojndAnyone willing to help me out with tihs problem? I googled tons of stuff and I still don't know what I'm missing for not successfully cloning at third step: http://sitaramc.github.com/gitolite/clone.html16:03
SpamapSfrojnd: I know marcoceppi in #juju has at least played w/ gitolite16:04
frojndSpamapS: thank you I'll try and msg him/her16:05
SpamapSfrojnd: there's a juju charm that he wrote which automates the deployment. Might be worth looking at16:05
frojndSpamapS: thank you16:06
TheLordOfTimehallyn, ping?16:07
hallynTheLordOfTime: ubuntu-meeting time16:08
TheLordOfTimei'll ping you later then :P16:08
* TheLordOfTime returns to beating php5 with a stick16:08
frojndOne general question, why if I add AllowUsers git defaultuser into sshd_conf I can't login with defaultuser afterward?16:13
sarnoldfrojnd: did you put an allowed command on the key that forces starting a git server / process ?16:14
frojndsarnold: when I was mading keys: ssh-keygen -t rsa I just pressed enter a couple of times16:16
frojndsarnold: but no I don't knwo how to put allowed command on the key o_o16:16
frojndsarnold: when I was making keys*16:16
frojndsarnold: Was that the question you were asking me?16:19
sarnoldfrojnd: ah, my mistake; ForceCommand is used with Match blocks in the sshd_config to force commands...16:19
frojndsarnold: I do have ForceCommand line, that I needed to setup chrooted sftp environment16:21
frojndI don't understand why I'm not allowed to login after I add user to AllowUsers16:22
sarnoldfrojnd: is it properly specific-enough to also still allow your git user to work?16:22
frojndsarnold: yes, I setit up for a group sftponly16:22
frojndlet me paste code to make this clear16:22
Kentosyo everyone16:23
frojndsarnold: http://pastebin.com/j0vmmXEw16:23
Kentosgot a dell 2800, ordered 2 146GB 10k hdd's and the system won't boot, stalls at spinning the drives. I tried finding a way to et the spin speed in the bios but Im having troubles finding anything about it. Also, could potentially be bad drives16:25
Kentospossible reasons for thi?16:25
sarnoldKentos: will it boot to USB stick?16:25
Kentosif i remove the drives it will boot just fine16:26
sarnoldfrojnd: okay, that looks fine. hrm. Are there any errors in /var/log/ that look related?16:26
Kentosbut on the boot up, it stalls as it scans and spins the drives16:26
sarnoldKentos: have you been passed to the OS yet? Or does it stall in the BIOS?16:26
Kentosits a bios bootup for the server, spins and chacks for the drives and configuration, tries to spinup the channels for the newer drives and never finishes16:27
sarnoldKentos: can you spin up the drives using USB<->SATA adapters?16:28
Kentoscant go to OS with these drives, since i cant boot with them in the machine16:28
Kentosthey are scsi drives16:28
Kentosand i dont have any of those in any case16:29
frojndsarnold: no no errors16:29
sarnoldoof, that does complicate things :/16:29
sarnoldfrojnd: darn. :/16:29
Kentosyeah im just wondering what the problem could be, i know that the other drives are 15k speed but the channels for the new drive are not configured16:30
Kentoslike they arent supposed to be other drives for a raid, two new drives for two unused drive spaces16:30
sarnoldKentos: have you pushed beyond the available power of the powersupply?16:31
Kentosthat is possible, but im not sure what would be doing that16:31
Kentosnot sure if hooking up the redundant would help though, i dont think it would amnyway16:32
TJ-Kentos: Will it fire up with only one of the 10k drives connected? Are the SCSI terminations correct?16:41
frojndOne newbie q. How do I check if $HOME/bint exists and is in my $PATH? just with $PATH ?16:41
sarnoldfrojnd: can you re-phrase your question?16:47
frojndHow do I chek on the server that $HOME/bin exists and is in your $PATH16:48
TJ-frojnd: "echo $PATH | grep $HOME/bin"16:48
frojndHm. If it's not how do I add it16:49
sarnoldTJ-: oops, that's vulnerable to shell injections :) here's hoping that is only ever used by trusted programs...16:51
sarnoldfrojnd: usual is to just stick a bit like this into your ~/.profile:16:51
sarnoldif [ -d "$HOME/bin" ] ; then16:51
sarnold    PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH"16:51
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frojndso everytime user logins it sets bin directory to path16:52
sarnoldfrojnd: this makes the assumption that (a) you'll run it early enough so that it will be added before every interactive shell starts (b) it doesn' actually matter if it gets added twice, because it doesn't actually matter. Heh. :)16:52
TJ-frojnd: Look at the last few lines of ~/.profile that'll show you where it is added and why16:53
frojndTJ-: sarnold ok tanx16:53
TheLordOfTimehallyn, are you still busy?17:00
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064529 in php5 (main) "package php5-cli 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.4 failed to install/upgrade: ErrorMessage: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 134" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106452917:01
TheLordOfTimemore breakage!17:01
* TheLordOfTime looks after finding power17:01
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064539 in maas (main) "The pserv service logs to /var/log/maas/pserv.log and that directory (/var/log/maas/) is not created but the cluster controller package" [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106453917:04
ubottuOfficial channel logs can be found at http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/ . LoCo channels are now logged there too; for older LoCo channel logs, see http://logs.ubuntu-eu.org/freenode/17:15
TheLordOfTimethat was destined for a query window17:15
TheLordOfTimeworking from a laptop sucks :/17:15
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064541 in spamassassin "rfc-ignorant.org will stop working soon" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106454117:16
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064542 in maas (main) "python-maas-provisioningserver is missing several dependencies" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106454217:16
TheLordOfTimeuvirtbot is reporting any bugs for server team packages, including private ones, or no?17:17
uvirtbotTheLordOfTime: Error: "is" is not a valid command.17:17
TheLordOfTimesilence, bot17:17
TheLordOfTimealso, hallyn, ping.17:22
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TheLordOfTimehttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/php5/+bug/191251  <-- Per http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=380731, this was updated in 5.4.1-1 of php5, which is now in quantal as part of 5.4.6-1, probably part of libphp5-embed.  Shouldn't that needs packaging bug be changed to say this was alread implemented?17:28
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 191251 in php5 "[needs-packaging] php5-embed" [Wishlist,Confirmed]17:28
TheLordOfTime(old bug, yes, but old ancient bugs that arent closed annoy me :P)17:29
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, you'd probably know how to handle that one.17:30
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: yes!17:31
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: Fix Released17:32
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, you want to take it, or should I?17:32
TheLordOfTime(you've got more "say" than I on those matters, you actually work with the repos on occasion)17:32
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: make sure to copy/paste the changelog17:33
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: all thats needed is evidence of the release that contains php5-embed17:33
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, i assume i have to pull from the debian/changelog from the package in Ubuntu :p17:34
TheLordOfTime... right...17:34
TheLordOfTimei'll get on that once they allow Linux on this netowrk17:34
* TheLordOfTime is stuck on Windows atm17:34
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: the changelog is on launchpad too17:34
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, the *complete* changelog>?17:34
TheLordOfTimeor the diff'd changelog17:34
TheLordOfTime(5.4.1 was never in Ubuntu, i think it got synced as 5.4.somethingAfter217:35
TheLordOfTime... wait... waiit...17:36
* TheLordOfTime facepalms17:36
* TheLordOfTime elevates that to facedesking17:38
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frojndI'm still having a difficult with ssh keys. When trying to clone git: git clone git@localhost:gitolite-admin.git it asks me for a password. Even though I've configured authorized_keys in git's .ssh dir. This is the /var/log/auth.log http://paste2.org/p/2316558 I'm starting to belive my sshd is corrupt: http://paste2.org/p/2316568 Any ideas what might be wrong?17:39
TheLordOfTimenote to self: all packages in Ubuntu have bzr branches containing code and files.  use that if you don't have access to php5 source packages.  *facedesk*17:40
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, do i have  to pull the entire changelog (5.4.1-1 -> 5.4.6-1ubuntu1), or can i just pull the excerpt for the 5.4.1-1 changelog entry?17:44
TheLordOfTimeconsidering i pulled that entry from the debian/changelog in the ubuntu source stuffs17:44
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: just the excerpt for 5.4.1-117:45
hallynSpamapS: say, i fired up a ceph instance with juju, but install doesn't complete bc package radosgw isn't found <shrug>17:45
SpamapShallyn: new ceph charms incoming :)17:46
SpamapShallyn: its been quite neglected17:46
hallynSpamapS: i also don't see any support under ceph/hooks for the fs mounts...  is that addressed in the new charms, or am i mis-reading and ti's actually done somewhere?17:46
hallyni.e. metadata.yaml says there is a fs mount relation, but there is no fs-* under hooks/17:46
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, http://pastebin.com/Qnndm3EY  <-- looks good as a description?17:47
SpamapShallyn: the new charm focuses on the mon service17:47
TheLordOfTimehallyn, got a spare instance of php5-fpm lying around on a Precise VM?17:47
SpamapShallyn: the FS itself is quite a bit more tricky17:47
hallynTheLordOfTime: no, but i can fire one up.  note that php is REALLY not my bag :)17:48
hallynSpamapS: sigh.17:48
TheLordOfTimehallyn, just need something confirmed/refuted is all, and its just testing the init.d script ;)17:48
hallynTheLordOfTime: ok, one min17:48
TheLordOfTimelemme get the bug number, i forgot what it is offhand17:48
TheLordOfTimehallyn, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/php5/+bug/1059272  <-- that's what i'd like confirmed/refuted17:49
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1059272 in php5 "php5-fpm init.d script does not return any output when php5-fpm  is started or stopped" [Undecided,New]17:49
TheLordOfTimeif i remember, back in Natty, it used to say "Starting PHP5-FPM...   [OK]" or "Stopping PHP5-FPM....  [OK]" or similar17:49
TheLordOfTimedoesn't seem to do that in Precise...17:50
TheLordOfTimethat's probably a wishlist bug, asking for a minor change in the init.d script17:50
TheLordOfTimeit just is weird as a server admin when you issue "stop' and you've got no statement that its been stopped17:50
hallynTheLordOfTime: yeah, no output at all17:51
TheLordOfTimei assume 'restart' gives output though?17:51
TheLordOfTime'start' 'stop' give none, 'restart' gives output17:51
TheLordOfTimeon my tests at least17:51
hallynTheLordOfTime: the checks are inverted i think:17:53
hallyni.e.     [ "$VERBOSE" != no ] && log_daemon_msg "Starting $DESC" "$NAME"17:53
hallynthis is the problem with using double negatives.  the human brain does poorly with "if x != no" :)17:54
TheLordOfTimehallyn, i'd love to see a "CONFIRM" on that bug, as well as your musings attached17:54
hallynTheLordOfTime: just inverting those to '= no' works17:54
TheLordOfTimeotherwise i'll lose logs :P17:54
hallynwill comment17:54
TheLordOfTimesee? wasn't that an easy "confirm"?  :P  init.d scripts not returning output is easy to confirm/refute :P17:55
TheLordOfTime... i abuse the :P emoticon, i think...17:55
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, one old bug down, thousands more to go xD17:58
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: thank you for working on that! :)17:58
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, meh, was bored...17:59
TheLordOfTimewhen you've finished your exams for the day, and you have nothing else to do....17:59
TheLordOfTimewhat better way to spend time than to sift through ancient bugs and close the ones that must be closed17:59
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: only 87,000 more to go17:59
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, wait, there's 87k open bugs in php5 o.O17:59
TheLordOfTimeor 87,000 open bugs in ubuntu :P17:59
SpamapSin ubuntu18:01
TheLordOfTime... oh dear GOD, this one's old...18:01
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 183933 in php5 "[needs-packaging] php-Fileinfo package" [Wishlist,Confirmed]18:01
TheLordOfTimehttp://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=492442  <-- apparently part of 5.3.x?18:01
uvirtbotDebian bug 492442 in php5 "php5: fileinfo extension unmaintained" [Wishlist,Fixed]18:01
SpamapS5.3.0-1 yeah18:02
TheLordOfTime(that's the relevant upstream bug)18:02
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: same result18:02
TheLordOfTime... why wasnt this autohandled... *grumbles something abotu incompetence*18:02
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: Fix Released18:02
TheLordOfTimewill do, have to print out an updated syllabus for a class first18:02
TheLordOfTimeapparently, the instructor is lazy and compiled three weeks of changes into one document18:02
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: because php is merged. We're supposed to go through merged bugs and attach LP # headers in the merge process.. but.. that is not easy18:03
TheLordOfTimeindeed.  :P18:03
TheLordOfTimeoh, and don't forget about the SRU'd fixes that i occasionally get included... ;P18:03
sorenzul: Thanks.18:06
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, i don't see a changelog entry for that...18:08
TheLordOfTimeSpamapS, for fileinfo18:08
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: it was just part of 5.3 upstream18:08
TheLordOfTimeas part of core?18:09
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: so yeah, you can just reference the Debian bug report18:09
TheLordOfTimeso for that one, rather than pulling changelogs, i just quote the debian bug report, stating that upstream included it in 5.3.x as part of the package by default, and not a separate package?18:09
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: right18:10
SpamapSTheLordOfTime: we just want people who stumble upon the report to see when it was fixed18:10
SpamapSwhich is to say... a long long time ago :018:10
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TheLordOfTimecool, two bugs down, 86,999 more to go!  :P18:13
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frojndIs this bug if I change /etc/motd and then try to login and it's the old motd?18:32
sarnoldfrojnd: man 5 update-motd18:34
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frojndsarnold: thank you! That's exactly what I needed18:35
frojndWhat does 5 mean?18:36
frojndman man? :P18:37
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064596 in maas (main) "[FFe]New upstream release" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106459618:56
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064605 in horizon (main) "The Juju environments settings panel is missing" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106460519:11
f00bar80how to copy/mirror a ubunut lucid install to a new machine ?19:25
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TJ-f00bar80: To mirror it; use 'dd' to clone the disks. As a follow-up you may want to change the UUID of the file-systems on the clone so they are different to the original, in case you want to mount both hard-drives in the same system at some point19:48
ScottKSpamapS: Go on juju19:51
hallynutlemming: ubuntu-cloudimg-query on precise doesn't know about quantal.  Is there a ppa i can nab to make it do?19:51
hallynwell hm, here it does.  not on ec2 though19:52
SpamapSScottK: thank you!19:52
hallynsmoser: ^  (ubuntu-cloudimg-query quantal on a precise ec2 host seems to not know about quantal?)19:53
SpamapSutlemming: we need to get ubuntu-cloudimg-query into Debian so lxc can spin up ubuntu-cloud based containers19:53
SpamapSsmoser: ^^19:54
hallynSpamapS: what does getting into debian do to help?19:54
smoserapt-get install distro-info19:55
smoserhallyn, SpamapS ^19:55
* hallyn tries19:56
hallynsmoser: thanks!19:56
smoserit is a 'recommends'19:57
smoserhallyn, but i just now added it to cloud-utils trunk too in the hard coded list.19:59
smoserjust in time for 'r'19:59
SpamapShallyn: getting it into debian helps debian users use juju local provider19:59
hallynSpamapS: what are you goin gto do there for networking?  (they don't get lxcbr0)20:03
SpamapShallyn: pray? ;)20:04
* hallyn is trying to charm openvswitch-linked lxc compute nodes20:04
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smoserutlemming, https://code.launchpad.net/~smoser/maas/cleaner-shutdown/+merge/12880720:08
smosermight be of interest to you.20:08
smoserthe cloudimg builders could do that.20:08
roniezanybody know what channel i can go for wubi problems?20:08
zulhallyn: ping20:10
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hallynzul: .20:16
zulhallyn: is there a way to determine the child process through /proc/<pid>20:17
hallynzul: what is "the child process"?  you mean task 1000 just did a fork, and you want to find out the new pid through /proc/1000?  If so, no20:18
hallynyou can look through all tasks to see which have 1000 as parent...20:18
zulk thats what i thought20:18
zulill have to do it the hardway then20:18
RoyKhallyn: ps axf20:18
RoyKf shows child processes20:19
hallynRoyK: by tracing parent processes :)20:19
hallynzul: now if it's a thread, you can see it in /proc/$$/task/ fwiw.  but i'm sure that's not helpful20:20
zulhallyn: well its helpful for my education20:20
f00bar80TJ-, what tools i need , as do i need another HD, to clone the disks to or what, i mean how and what to use, you already mentioned dd and UUID , but what do i need as hardware ??20:23
Davieyroaksoax: Hey, so should i finally NEW review openstack-resource-agents ( ?20:25
roaksoaxDaviey: TBH i haven't tested the ra's but are simply shell scripts to be run by pacemaker20:26
roaksoaxand very well tested upstream20:26
roaksoaxand with openstackk20:26
roaksoaxso we shouldn't have any problmes with them20:26
roaksoaxas the deabin maintainer is the actual packager20:26
roaksoaxand uipstream20:26
TJ-f00bar80: I'd hook the 'target' drive up to the 'source' PC, boot it using a USB or CD (e.g. liveISO image) and simply use the form "sudo dd if=/dev/sdX of=/dev/sdY" to clone sdX to sdY. It is important the drive being read from isn't also hosting the running OS, since you don't want the file-systems to change whilst the cloning is happening20:26
Davieyroaksoax: Hmm, has it actually been uploaded to debian stable?20:27
Davieyerr unstable/sid20:27
roaksoaxDaviey: no and I don't know what's the hold up20:29
Davieyroaksoax: ok, thanks20:29
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hallynSpamapS: so if i fire up 3 ceph instances with your new juju charm (when available), is the idea that i log into the ceph nodes and mount it by hand there, or is there some client i install on a different ec2 node, to connect to the ceph cluster and provide me with something i can mount as an fs?20:31
hallynor should i wait until you blog about it with a clear example :)20:31
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TheLordOfTimewould you guys say that upstreaming LP Bug 1059272 to Debian is a good idea?20:32
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1059272 in php5 "php5-fpm init.d script does not return any output when php5-fpm  is started or stopped" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/105927220:32
hallynTheLordOfTime: assuming their script is the same, yeah20:35
TheLordOfTimehallyn, want to run a diff on our debian/php5-fpm.init against theirs?20:35
* TheLordOfTime can't from Windows20:35
f00bar80TJ-, sorry also i didn't get what i mean by or what i have to change the UUID of the file-systems?20:36
TJ-f00bar80: Once the cloning is done, if you boot the system the file-systems will be identical. Each has a Universally Unique IDentifier (UUID). So, if you want to run the clone (as opposed to simply keeping it as a back-up spare) it makes sense to alter the UUID if each file-system on the clone, so if you connect that drive to the original system in future, the file-system IDs don't confuse the operating system20:38
hallynutlemming: lxc-create -t ubuntu-cloud -n q1 -- -r quantal -a i386 from a precise amd64 host is not giving me a 'ubuntu' user.  i thought all ubuntu-cloud images had an ubuntu user?20:38
utlemminghallyn: that'd be a bug. There is no default user for the Quantal. Cloud-init creates it on first boot.20:39
hallynutlemming: ah, that explains it then, thx20:40
f00bar80TJ-, got you, what if i'll put it on a new machine "drivers wise" ?20:41
hallynTheLordOfTime: network is slow here, but at least i can confirm all of debian is at a newer version than our precise20:41
TheLordOfTimeso... SRU fix for precise separately from upstream?20:41
hallynbut no, quantal still has the same init script20:42
TheLordOfTimehallyn, is our quantal significantly older than Debian?20:42
TheLordOfTime!info php5 sid20:42
ubottu'sid' is not a valid distribution: extras, hardy, hardy-backports, hardy-proposed, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, lucid, lucid-backports, lucid-proposed, maverick, maverick-backports, maverick-proposed, medibuntu, natty, natty-backports, natty-proposed, oneiric, oneiric-backports, oneiric-proposed, partner, precise, precise-backports, precise-proposed, quantal, quantal-backports, quantal-proposed, stable, testing, unstable20:42
TheLordOfTime!info php5 unstable20:43
ubottuphp5 (source: php5): server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language (metapackage). In component main, is optional. Version 5.4.4-7 (unstable), package size 0 kB, installed size 21 kB20:43
TJ-f00bar80: kernel modules are all there waiting. The one thing to be aware of is that udev hard-codes the interface name (e.g. eth0) to a MAC address so you'll need to edit /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules to remove the interface-name assignments, if you want the 'new' system to also have an eth0 (rather than picking a higher number)20:43
TheLordOfTime!info php5-fpm testing20:43
hallynTheLordOfTime: no debian sid has the same debian/php5-fpm.init as quantal and precise (or at least both have the 'VERBOSE != no &&' bug)20:43
ubottuphp5-fpm (source: php5): server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language (FPM-CGI binary). In component main, is optional. Version 5.4.4-7 (testing), package size 2567 kB, installed size 7977 kB20:43
TheLordOfTimeokay, then that'd need upstreaming to debian.20:43
TheLordOfTimeanyone want to do that faster than me?20:43
* TheLordOfTime would have to use the email system to file the bug, and that could take some time20:43
hallyntheres another way? :)20:44
TheLordOfTimeapparently 'reportbug' within debian20:44
hallyni can do it tonight or tomorrow, but not right now.  (woudl just use submitttodebian)20:44
TheLordOfTimebut i'm not IN debian20:44
hallynTheLordOfTime: write it down to do later, thanks.  ttyl20:46
TheLordOfTimemight preempt you, trying to file via email now :P:20:46
f00bar80TJ-, sounds good , thx cheers20:46
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f00bar80TJ-, sorry a very strange question, is there a way from command line to know if the motherboard fan is working or not :) ?20:47
f00bar80TJ- or even the system temperature and get mail notification if any overheating issues20:49
sarnoldf00bar80: install lm-sensors package; 'sensors' command shows a good deal of data20:52
f00bar80sarnold, can send notification email messages if over-heating issues ?20:53
sarnoldf00bar80: I don't know if the lm-sensors package itself has that ability; maybe nagios or similar tool would do that. but they probably rely on lm-sensors being installed and configured20:54
DavieySpamapS: Plans to upload juju?20:57
TheLordOfTimehallyn, http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=690091  <-- w00t, it worked!20:58
uvirtbotDebian bug 690091 in php5-fpm "php5-fpm init.d script does not return any output when php5-fpm is started or stopped" [Normal,Open]20:58
TheLordOfTimehallyn, i filed the bug :20:58
TheLordOfTime:P *20:58
TJ-f00bar80: There is; see the package "lm-sensors"20:58
TheLordOfTimehallyn, can you email 690091@bugs.debian.org and attach to that the description / possiblesolution you posed on LP?21:04
SpamapSDaviey: yes, running tests and builds now, will upload in the next hour21:11
DavieySpamapS: Rocking.  That includes sought after MAAS fixes :)21:15
TheLordOfTimehttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qemu-kvm/+bug/997978  <-- thought this had an SRU fix committed?21:19
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 997978 in qemu-kvm "KVM images lose connectivity with bridged network" [High,Fix committed]21:19
hallynTheLordOfTime: no wait, my mind was triple-inverting or something.  VERBOSe is no by default in /lib/init/vars.sh21:19
TheLordOfTimehallyn, i upstreamed anyways?  its still an issue that'll occur in both places21:20
hallynTheLordOfTime: yeah i'm just saying that the test isn't technically wrong.  rather i don't think that's what we want to check.21:20
TheLordOfTimehallyn, any idea what the turnaround time'll be on LP Bug 997978 for precise, for when it'll actually get pushed into the repos?21:21
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 997978 in qemu-kvm "KVM images lose connectivity with bridged network" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/99797821:21
TheLordOfTime(its affecting a critical service)21:21
hallynTheLordOfTime: no, SpamapS may know.  it's been verified, the fix is in precise-proposed.  when it gets promoted to precise-updates, i don't know21:22
* TheLordOfTime repeatedly pokes SpamapS21:23
TheLordOfTimelol, i kid21:23
hallynTheLordOfTime: try '/etc/init.d/lprng stop', as an example.  it's also quiet21:23
hallynTheLordOfTime: so, i personally disagree with VERBOSE by default, bit it seems to be the norm ...  <shrug>21:23
TheLordOfTimeperhaps for the php5-fpm init, it can actually be coded so it always posts it21:24
hallynTheLordOfTime: it certainly can, but is ignoring the system default the right thing?21:24
hallynanyway letting the debian maintainers decide is the right thing21:24
TheLordOfTimethat's why i upstreamed ;P21:25
TheLordOfTimebesides, the php package maintainers are up there, so if they change it, good.  if not, i'll just fork the package :P21:25
hallynyup - thanks21:25
hallynutlemming: ok, so yes, even on my local precise system, 'lxc-create -t ubuntu-cloud -n q1 -- -r quantal' fails bc of user ubuntu not existing21:26
utlemminghallyn: checking...21:27
hallynutlemming: so should the usermod for user ubuntu not be done when not -C ?21:27
hallynutlemming: but it does work for precise and lucid guests :)21:27
hallynso either way the cloud images are inconsistent.21:27
utlemminghallyn: so the problem is likely that the script....there is no ubuntu user pre-baked in Quantal.21:28
utlemminghallyn: meaning that LXC cloud script is busted21:28
hallynutlemming: you'll likely deny it, but i always claim you own ubuntu-cloud lxc template :)21:28
hallynutlemming: woudl it be deemed bad to have the lxc template always create the ubuntu user?21:28
utlemminghallyn: actually, the fix should be really easy21:29
utlemminghallyn: I'll take a look right now21:29
hallynutlemming: awesome, thanks.  lemme know if you want anything from me, else i'll leave it in your hands.21:30
utlemminghallyn: is there a bug number?21:30
hallyni'm heading outside for a bit.  bbl - hoping to do some serious charming tonight.21:30
hallynutlemming: not yet.21:30
hallynwnat me to open one?21:30
* hallyn files21:32
utlemminghallyn: oh, sure...assign it to me21:32
hallynutlemming: bug 106470221:33
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 1064702 in lxc "ubuntu-cloud templates sometimes fails due to nonexisting ubuntu user" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106470221:33
hallynthanks - ttyl21:33
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064702 in lxc (universe) "ubuntu-cloud templates sometimes fails due to nonexisting ubuntu user" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106470221:41
SpamapSDaviey: so, I uploaded 0.6-1 to Debian experimental. Better to wait 1 day and sync or make a 0.6-0ubuntu1 ?21:57
DavieySpamapS: I'll sync it in the morning.. sound ok?22:05
virusuyhi all22:05
SpamapSDaviey: sounds good. Beware, it may FTBFS a few times.. I'm finding that its about 33% fail rate (will investigate soon.. probably racey tests). Seems to be more reliable on faster boxes, so it might just be the PPA builders being slow.22:06
DavieySpamapS: yeah, i found the same.. infact, your last upload i had to give back aswell :)22:08
Daviey(real archive)22:08
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SpamapSDaviey: well, at least it doesn't have to run on the armel builders :)22:10
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DavieySpamapS: powerpc!22:13
DarkStar1hi. I'm having problems getting vsftpd to start syslog showe the following message: kernel: init: vsftpd respawning too fast, stopped23:05
DarkStar1nothing in vsftpd.log23:05
hallynutlemming: lucid ubuntu-cloud containers are created fine, but don't start up.  haven't yet figured out why23:05
utlemminghallyn: I can't replicate the issue myself. But this might be a cloud-init bug.23:06
utlemminghallyn: do you have logs?23:06
hallynoh, lxcguest is not installed i think23:06
hallynutlemming: which issue is that?23:07
sarnoldDarkStar1: anything in dmesg?23:07
utlemminghallyn: the usermod lxc quantal one23:07
DarkStar1sarnold: dmesg?23:07
sarnoldDarkStar1: the kernel message buffer23:07
hallynutlemming: you've done it in a fresh precise instance?23:07
sarnoldDarkStar1: dmesg | tail ought to be sufficient23:08
utlemminghallyn: oh...no, I was using quantal on quantal23:08
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hallynutlemming: right, this is quantal on precise.  d'oh, did i not mention that in the bug?23:08
DarkStar1sarnold:  nothing there except for mdadm: sending ioctl 1261 to a partition!23:09
sarnoldDarkStar1: seems a bit odd but probably unrelated. hrm.23:09
hallynutlemming: ok, yeah, lucid cloud guests don't automatically install lxcguest (which is needed since lucid is not container-safe like precise is)23:09
DarkStar1sarnold: sorry I get the same message23:10
DarkStar1init: vsftpd main process (726) terminated with status 123:10
DarkStar1init: vsftpd respawning too fast, stopped23:10
utlemminghallyn: at this point the game, I think disallowing Lucid cloud images is the right thing to do then23:10
utlemmingunless the template install it during installation23:10
hallynanyway i hit these bc creating a pristine lvm-backed continer for each release was part of my charm, but i guess i'll go to the ubuntu template, bc the cloud one just isn't quite as ideal for what i'm doing23:10
DarkStar1sarnold: didn't pipe it through tail23:10
sarnoldDarkStar1: that's fine, tail just shows you only the last ten lines.23:10
hallynutlemming: we should probably as the juju folks which they prefer.  ti's a two-step process to install lxcguest, so i don't know23:11
DarkStar1sarnold: I got this after enabling ssl in the conf23:11
hallynif we're better off refusing to create them, or creating them and warning that it's not usable without lxcguest23:11
sarnoldDarkStar1: if you back out your change does it work alright?23:11
hallynutlemming: i'll leave you alone now and use lxc-ubuntu :)  have a good night23:11
sarnoldDarkStar1: (I would hope that it would log config file errors before dying, but perhaps that's configured after the ssl...?)23:11
DarkStar1sarnold: I figured maybe it couldn't read the cert files in the /etc/ss/private and certs directory but I have since added the ftp user to the ssl-cert group which has read access to the files23:13
DarkStar1sarnold: I'll check on the logging but enabling ssl is the last thing in the conf file23:13
sarnoldDarkStar1: hrm, are you sure you want your ftp server to have read access to /etc/ssl/private ? that seems like a high-value target to expose over .. ftp.23:14
DarkStar1sarnold: nope but I only did it for temp reasons23:14
DarkStar1just to see23:14
DarkStar1I'll change it back in a sec :)23:15
DarkStar1sarnold: It seems it doesn't like the ssl_enable option23:20
sarnoldDarkStar1: hrm :/23:20
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064747 in qemu-kvm (main) "Can't boot OSX DVD" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106474723:22
DarkStar1I don't know why without no useful logging information23:22
sarnoldDarkStar1: well, there's always strace. :/23:23
sarnoldDarkStar1: strace -o /tmp/vsftpd -f /etc/init.d/vsftpd start23:23
sarnoldthen read /tmp/vsftpd and find out why it died...23:23
DarkStar1sarnold: thx. Never used strace before :)23:24
sarnoldDarkStar1: it'll be like drinking from the firehose. awesome tool but it takes a bit of experience to get the hang of reading its output.23:24
sarnoldDarkStar1: protip, head straight to the end of the file and look upwards. :)23:24
DarkStar1sarnold: Not cool man :) I'll have better luck reading Japanese23:28
sarnoldohayou gozaimasu! ogenki desu ka? :)23:29
sarnoldDarkStar1: darn. Like I said, powerful tool, but it _is_ a handful. :(23:29
DarkStar1sarnold san. Wax on wax off23:30
DarkStar1sarnold: There's actually nothing useful in here. I could pastebin it for you to verify23:32
SpamapSDarkStar1: there's always something useful. Its just finding it inside all that useless crap23:32
sarnoldDarkStar1: be careful there's no private data in there first. it scoops up everything in all system calls made along the way.23:32
DarkStar1I gathered. There is no private data in there far as I can see23:33
blendedbychrishey guys i have two servers and the times are out of sync by a few minutes23:34
blendedbychrisi installed ntp23:34
nsahooI recently installed ubuntu server 12.04 on a machine with both wired and wireless networking options. While installing I think it preferred to use the wired option. If I disconnect the ethernet cable and restart will it automatically use the wireless connection?23:34
SpamapSnsahoo: no, servers require some different configuration for wireless23:35
SpamapSnsahoo: wish I could help further but I'm sure google has info on it :)23:35
* SpamapS signs off23:35
nsahooSpamapS: thanks, can I do something now that'll allow it to catch the wireless connection when that is the only one available?23:36
DarkStar1sarnold: dbl checked but just in case I /msg'ed it to you23:36
DarkStar1brb in 30 secs23:36
uvirtbotNew bug: #1064758 in openldap (main) "ldapdelete fails on recursive deletes" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106475823:46
DarkStar1sarnold: should I file it with ubuntu or with sftpd? because the latter might say "consult your distro"23:48
sarnoldDarkStar1: I say distro..23:48

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