cjwatsonogra-cb_: Eh, damn, you must have deployed debian-cd changes without the corresponding cdimage changes.01:21
cjwatsonogra-cb_: I was going to do those in a carefully coordinated way this evening when I got back from watching a film ...01:21
cjwatsonogra-cb_: I've just gone ahead and deployed it now - I was going to test it, but I probably can't make it much worse now.01:22
cjwatsonI guess I can try your manual invocation.01:24
infinitybdmurray: Of course it will, yes.01:33
cjwatsonogra-cb_: That seems to have more or less worked now.01:37
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ogra_cjwatson, oh, sorry, i didnt mean to get into your way10:59
cjwatsonAh well, it seems to have worked out now11:02
cjwatsonAnd precise image building shouldn't die on locks any more, so that should help psivaa11:03
ogra_the images i got lookg good at least (despite having completely untested content :) )11:03
cjwatson(Also it means we don't have the bogus .1 suffix any more - the datestamps are now namespaced per-series as well11:03
psivaacjwatson: that would indeed :)11:03
ogra_oh, sweet11:03
ogra_so now to my always reoccuring embarrassment of messing up /etc/default-arches11:05
ogra_hmm, its intresting that the gzipping debian-cd does actually saves 100M for the filesystem image11:07
ogra_the original .ext4 file is 100M bigger ... and only contains a tarball11:08
ogra_(well, a tar.gz, so it is already compressed)11:10
psivaaRaring server installs fail today: Just reported bug 108156712:08
ubot2Launchpad bug 1081567 in partman-base (Ubuntu) "Server installations fail with 'partman: No matching physical volumes errorfound' " [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/108156712:08
cjwatsonThough the first line of the last screen of the syslog doesn't happen to be the real error :)12:10
psivaacjwatson: ok thanks, will keep that in mind :)12:15
cjwatsonNot that it's especially easy to spot the real error here; I think debootstrap is failing very early but it's not really saying why12:15
cjwatsonI've given the bug a fairly generic title for now until such time as I've debugged it12:16
psivaacjwatson: ack12:21
* cjwatson rebuilds the Ubuntu desktop amd64/i386 images that failed this morning13:04
fly-awayhi there14:54
fly-awaywhy nvidia-tegra-codecs-ventana could leave https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/quantal/+queue yet?14:57
cjwatsonIf it's still in the queue then it simply hasn't been reviewed yet.14:59
cjwatson(No, I'm not going to do it, neck-deep in debugging GRUB at the moment)14:59
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bdrungcan someone let the gnustep-base packages in?17:41
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cjwatsondebian-installer, livecd-rootfs, and ubiquity (on its way) in precise-proposed should be the last of the secure boot uploads, all being well23:09
cjwatsonubiquity has a number of other fixes which we've been accumulating in our to-be-SRUed queue for a while23:10
infinitycjwatson: I'll have a poke in a bit, or start on it anyway.  I'll trade you for precise/initramfs-tools, which is also a fix for lts-quantal kernels.23:16
infinity(Not wildly urgent, that fix, unless you're in the minority who likes to type in initrds without BIOS support for your keyboard, but...)23:17
cjwatsonxnox: Could you fill in some SRU detail (test case, in particular) on bug 1046241, please?23:22
ubot2Launchpad bug 1046241 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise) "gtk ubiquity reminds an accordion when installing lvm in "long" locales" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/104624123:22
cjwatsoninfinity: Easy trae.23:23
cjwatson*trade, even23:23
cjwatsoninfinity: Did you ever figure out if bug 1066376 could be closed for real?23:24
ubot2Launchpad bug 1066376 in initramfs-tools (Ubuntu Precise) "keyboard doesn't work to enter password with panda and encrypted partitions" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106637623:24
cjwatsonIIRC there was some doubt about whether the initramfs was really up to date.23:25
infinitycjwatson: Oh, no, it was two bugs.  I still need to hunt and find the other half, but that's Panda-specific, and not a concern for the SRU.23:27
infinitycjwatson: (It seems that the module list on Pandas is indeed coming out a lot smaller, and I haven't looked at why yet)23:28
cjwatsonNice catch on that mlocate thing, BTW23:28
infinitycjwatson: updatedb killed a glibc testsuite here today, which made me think about it. :P23:29
cjwatsonHah.  How did it manage that?23:29
cjwatsonatime or something?23:29
infinityNah, just load.  A few of the glibc tests do a really good job of attempting to kill the machine, having another process doing the same ends in doom.23:30
infinitytop - 16:37:40 up 9 days, 19:59,  9 users,  load average: 10142.96, 3237.69, 1246.6023:37
infinitycjwatson: ^-- An example of glibc's love for my laptop.23:37
infinityTurns out it gets twitchy if anything else wants some CPU time at around that point.23:38
cjwatsonI don't believe I've ever seen much beyond 1500 before.23:39

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