xnoxto speed up boost transition, i know it says on launchpad that all powerpc queue will be drained in 26h, but I somehow doubt that a little =)00:00
xnoxinfinity: cjwatson: ^00:00
xnoxif not, please upscore just this one build to 4001 on powerpc https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kdepim/4:4.11.2-0ubuntu2/+build/5152973 it should result in boost-default migrating into release pocket, i think.00:01
infinityxnox: I can do kdepim right now.00:02
infinityxnox: The 26h probably isn't a lie, I'm not sure why you'd think so.00:02
xnoxinfinity: given new uploads today/tomorrow daytime to main/unity-landing-ppa/kernel-ppa/etc, will result in those mostly universe packages not be build in 26h window.00:03
xnoxinfinity: but i guess we'll see that on friday 2:00am UTC ;-)00:04
infinityxnox: Kernels are all done for this SRU cycle.00:07
xnoxah, cool =)00:07
infinity(Well, for powerpc anyway)00:07
infinityNot counting the two I need to rebase and upload, but I'm in control of that. :P00:07
cjwatsonstgraber: http://paste.ubuntu.com/6292147/ survives more than 1000 test runs; I think it's good.  But I'll upload that in the morning after a more-awake re-review.00:11
cjwatsonRight now I need to go to bed before any of that nonsense accidentally seeps into long-term memory.00:12
infinityYou need whiskey.00:13
cjwatsonOften true but I think not right now :-)00:13
infinityxnox: I'll nudge a few more of your builds along here and there tonight.00:14
xnoxinfinity: ta, and I'm off to sleep.00:15
xnoxcjwatson: infinity: i was thinking about whiskey too, would go down best neat for my  swollen leg agony, crutches, and x-rays of "nothing broken"......00:16
infinityxnox: Amputation could work too.00:18
xnoxinfinity: i don't think upscoring pain higher up the body fixes the problem of having pain =)))))))00:20
infinityxnox: I dunno, you'd forget all about the leg if you didn't have it, right?00:23
apwthe pain is being perceived by the head, i recon there is a clear solution00:30
StevenKapw: IE, 'amputation' again?00:43
stgraberright, infinity never said what body part ;)00:44
apwahh point indeed01:19
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dokocjwatson, infinity: do you know what's happening with the acl2 builds on i386 and amd64?10:14
cjwatsonacl2 normally takes forever, doesn't it?10:18
cjwatsonah, though that might be buildd-manager again10:18
cjwatsonI'll check the logs in a minute10:18
cjwatsondoko: Doesn't seem to be buildd-manager.  I'll investigate when a webops vanguard is around; shouldn't be desperately urgent given current queues10:29
xnoxMaybe kdepim needs a hint to go in together with boost-defaults? together they are installable.11:17
LaneyMaybe so, adding11:20
xnoxworked! \o/11:48
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xnoxmuaha =) i'll be setting priority=high on my transition rebuilds =) just enough to nudge universe uploads above DebianImport universe.12:33
cjwatsonNot a terrible idea12:38
seb128infinity, hey, I guess you didn't get to the saucy SRUs yesterday but that's still on your todolist for this week? ;-)14:03
argesCan somebody reject the SRUs for iproute in PQR? i've marked the bug verification-failed, just wanted to make sure they don't go any further14:47
dokocjwatson, stgraber: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/massif-visualizer/+bug/124426114:59
ubot2Launchpad bug 1244261 in massif-visualizer (Ubuntu) "kgraphviewer needs porting from libgraph to libcgraph (remove binaries for now)" [Undecided,New]14:59
ubot2Launchpad bug 1244263 in rggobi (Ubuntu) "ggobi needs porting from libgraph to libcgraph (remove binaries for now)" [Undecided,New]14:59
cjwatsondoko: I think I'll demote kgraphviewer/massif-visualizer too15:10
cjwatsonDoesn't look like an obvious port15:10
dokoScottK, ^^^ you did touch it last, package is not in Debian15:11
roaksoax4/win 1715:19
LaneyI'll fix that c-m explosion15:24
xnoxLaney: hm?15:26
infinitydoko: Oh, there's a 'tail -f' that's left stale/hanging at the end of acl2's build.15:50
doko       while sleep 1800; do echo Tick; done & k=$$! ; tail -f debian/test.log & l=$! ; \15:51
doko        wait $$j ; kill $$k $$l15:51
doko        [ -f $@ ] && ! fgrep '**' $@ || echo FULL TEST FAILS15:51
doko        for i in $$(find books -name "*.out"); do \15:51
doko                if ! [ -e $${i%out}cert ] ; then \15:51
doko                        echo $$i ; \15:51
doko                        cat $$i ; \15:51
doko                fi ; \15:51
doko        done15:52
dokoinfinity, dpkg or something else should get some support to follow log files which don't print on stdout/stderr ...15:52
dokocjwatson, perl migrating?15:54
cjwatsonnearly; need to get massif-visualizer built in -proposed, remove it from release, demote kgraphviewer15:54
cjwatsonoh look, maybe it worked anyway15:55
cjwatsonmaybe it traded something off15:55
cjwatsonWell, so much for the plan of stopping the publisher first15:56
cjwatsonMaybe I still can15:56
xnoxcjwatson: hm, as long as it doesn't go across mirror-pulses.....15:58
cjwatsonstart: 176+0: i-68:a-3:a-2:p-6:a-9715:58
cjwatsonorig: 176+0: i-68:a-3:a-2:p-6:a-9715:58
cjwatsoneasy: 127+0: i-19:a-3:a-2:p-6:a-9715:58
cjwatson    * i386: claws-mail-extra-plugins, claws-mail-perl-filter, libgv-perl15:58
cjwatson    * amd64: claws-mail-perl-filter, libgv-perl15:58
cjwatson    * armhf: claws-mail-perl-filter, libgv-perl15:58
cjwatson    * powerpc: claws-mail-perl-filter, libgv-perl15:58
cjwatson    * arm64: libgv-perl15:58
cjwatsonxnox: I think I got the publisher in time15:58
xnox \o/15:58
cjwatsonI don't know why that thought there were 68 uninstallables in release15:58
xnoxcjwatson: i think claws was uninstallable even from before you started.15:58
cjwatsonby definition the ones listed above are new packages15:59
cjwatsonI mean, new uninstallables15:59
xnoxok =/15:59
cjwatsonhowever don't worry too much about claws, because there are special cases for it in britney because of claws-mail-extra-plugins being merged into claws-mail16:00
cjwatsonI might just have got the special cases a bit wrong16:00
cjwatsonI really don't know what those 68 uninst on i386 were, though.  I guess we'll find out shortly16:00
* infinity notes that http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/testing/trusty_probs.html doesn't exist yet...16:01
cjwatsonThat wouldn't really tell you in this case, though trusty_uninst will after this run finishes16:02
cjwatsonThough, yes, I should set that up16:02
infinityThe important thing is that I finally get a new vim.16:03
cjwatsonWe might all get exciting upgrade failures if we're unlucky16:04
* cjwatson preemptively removes libscalar-list-utils-perl16:04
xnoxstgraber: did you say you were going to open http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/ for trusty ?16:13
xnoxor are you waiting for images to be uncronned?16:13
xnoxun-uncronned that is.16:13
cjwatsonoh, blast, I caused the early migration by removing libmath-bigint-perl, I think16:14
cjwatsona bunch of stuff was that (>= version) | perl (>= 5.15.x) or similar16:15
cjwatsonoh well, it's done now and pretty close16:15
cjwatsonpublisher re-enabled16:16
stgraberxnox: I did say that but haven't got to it yet, will do it after lunch16:18
cjwatsonIt's just possible that this publisher run might take a while16:24
infinityYeah, the publisher doesn't cope well with having a ton of files to put to disk (or to check for content).16:33
infinityI note this every time I do kernel SRUs.16:34
infinityAll my stuff is getting copied to trusty *again*?16:40
infinitycjwatson: Is britney running in the middle of this publisher run and being very confused?16:40
cjwatsonPossibly.  It should have no effect16:41
cjwatsonBut I've killed it anyway16:41
infinityI wish I had your optimism. :)16:41
cjwatsonIt probably ran again because the previous proposed-migration run coincided with a publisher run16:43
cjwatsonSo the archive was modified and it re-ran16:43
cjwatsonOh, I did .../testing/ for you BTW16:45
cjwatsonAnd the ports version has arm6416:45
stgraberxnox: trusty added to the tracker with a copy of the testsuites and manifest from saucy17:17
xnoxstgraber: thanks a lot =)17:17
infinityI guess I can uncron soon, then.  A bit scared of all the images failing, but no time like the present to find that out...17:20
infinitycjwatson: Gah.  trusty_uninst looks bad. :/17:22
infinityDo we know what went wrong there?17:23
ogra_stgraber, is there anything wrong with import-images ? the touch build i did finished at :23 and i still seee no trace of a system-image17:35
* ogra_ wonders if he is to impatient ... but it rarely takes more than 5min usually 17:35
stgraberogra_: it's running17:36
ogra_ah, great17:36
ogra_so its just me :P17:36
seb128Daviey: isn't "including the change of an inflight sru" the way to supersed the said SRU?17:36
Davieyseb128: Is that the intent?  The current one has been in nearly a week, and i can't see that it has failed verification ?17:38
seb128Daviey: well, I wanted to add more fixed, and I didn't notice there was a SRU inflight because bdmurray didn't commit that to the vcs17:39
seb128Daviey: that's ok, I can fix the vcs, rebase, redo an upload17:39
infinityI'm okay with accepting it as-is, if you want to re-verify those bits quickly.17:40
Davieyseb128: Can resurrect it, but I noticed it whilst reviewing and seemed safer to reject ut incase it was accepted by mistake17:40
seb128infinity: Daviey: don't worry, I'm going to redo another upload on top of the current one, easier17:41
* infinity shrugs.17:41
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xnoxcjwatson: infinity: is britney/publisher back running normally? or is18:54
slangasekI think I saw him say he was restoring it.  What's stuck for you?18:56
xnoxsomething wrong with initramfs-tools-ubuntu-touch package.... it's in trusty-proposed for an hour now, and in none of britney's reports. Unless i'm being impatient.18:57
xnoxslangasek: lxc-android-config as well.18:58
slangasekok, let's have a look18:58
stgraberlast britney run was 3 hours ago apparently18:59
slangasekhttp://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html generated: 15:1918:59
slangasekdid perl get in?18:59
* stgraber sshes into snakefruit18:59
slangasekalready there18:59
xnoxslangasek: perl did go in, upgrading my machine from uk mirror to the new perl already.18:59
slangasekok, so I suspect we've just forgotten to turn something back on19:00
stgraberlooks like it to me, not seeing anything actively running on snakefruit19:00
slangasekp-m runs from archive-reports, right?19:01
stgraberit does, yes19:02
stgraberubuntu-archive@snakefruit:~$ rm proposed-migration/STOP19:02
stgrabernext archive-reports run should trigger proposed-migration again19:03
xnoxcool, thanks.19:03
stgraberslangasek: ^ (in case you're still digging)19:03
* xnox off to find dinner & tea, and then i'll upload the rest of the stuff later once everything is published.19:03
slangasekstgraber: ok, cheers :)19:04
cjwatsoninfinity: Yeah, what went wrong was that I removed libmath-bigint-perl too early19:31
cjwatsonstgraber,slangasek: thanks for re-enabling that - sorry, I should have left a note here to explain what I'd done19:32
infinitycjwatson: Yeah, I saw that mention, I'm just wondering how that led to a ton of uninsts...19:36
cjwatsonthere were a respectable number of rdeps19:37
cjwatsonthe ones I checked manually all traced back to that19:37
infinityAhh, oops.19:53
* infinity uploads a fixed libept.19:54
infinityOr, will, once incoming learns about it...19:55
slangasekhmm, why is lp:ubuntu/initramfs-tools unbranchable?20:23
slangasekbzr: ERROR: Revision {package-import@ubuntu.com-20121122094309-0ovxt4hcu1alzkpm} not present in "Graph(StackedParentsProvider(bzrlib.repository._LazyListJoin(([CachingParentsProvider(None)], []))))".20:25
infinityslangasek: probably because it's a package maintained by me.20:33
infinityslangasek: And, thus, I've never noticed or cared. :)20:33
infinityslangasek: (I'm going to be doing a bi-directional ubuntu<->debian merge in the next week or less, was there something specific you wanted mangled?)20:33
slangasekinfinity: maintained by you> lies; there've been 6 other Ubuntu uploads since your last one20:37
infinityslangasek: Well, I use the term "maintained" loosely there, but the bit about the planned merge stands. :)20:38
infinityIt'll be more maintained once I fix up our delta.20:38
slangasekinfinity: I'm fixing bug #229732 and bug #1238194; dunno if these are fixed in Debian, but it'll be a small delta and you should have no trouble figuring it out from there20:38
ubot2Launchpad bug 229732 in initramfs-tools (Ubuntu) "USB Keyboard drivers not loaded in initramfs" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/22973220:38
ubot2Launchpad bug 229732 in initramfs-tools (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1238194 USB Keyboard drivers not loaded in initramfs" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/22973220:38
infinityslangasek: Oh, more missing drivers in newer kernels?20:39
slangasekyeah, so far just one AFAIK (ohci-pci)20:39
infinityslangasek: Kay, cool.  If you fix that, care to SRU it to precise?  Keeping that module list in sync for lts-backport kernels sucks.20:40
brainwashjust curious, are about this initramfs bug report, are all the saucy reports really duplicates of this ancient report from 2008?20:42
slangasekinfinity: yeah, I can probably manage that20:42
slangasekbrainwash: no, there are at least two separate issues here20:42
brainwashreally made we wonder, why someone marked the new saucy reports as duplicate of this old one20:43
infinityThe two issues I usually run into are (a) a driver legitimately missing from the list, or (b) people using modules=dep instead of modules=most, and dep ain't too smart about sorting out what you (might) need for your keyboard to work.20:45
slangasekbrainwash: overaggressive bug duping on someone's part20:57
brainwashslangasek: thanks for clarifying :)20:58
infinityroaksoax: Can you re-do that with '-v1.4+bzr1693+dfsg-0ubuntu2'?21:05
roaksoaxinfinity: sure!21:06
roaksoaxinfinity: re-uploaded it! thanks!21:08
bdmurrayI don't like how Launchpad says OK after you reject something21:23
infinitybdmurray: Always makes you wonder if you pressed the wrong button, doesn't it?21:24
bdmurrayinfinity: yep21:26
xnoxinfinity: libept \o/ yeah21:31
infinityxnox: Had to do some tag-teaming with enrico to make it happy, but got there in the end.21:33
slangasekinfinity: so you accepted gnome-settings-daemon into saucy-proposed over the version that was already verified there?22:08
xnox... as per seb128 request in #ubuntu-devel22:09
slangasekah, ko22:09
xnoxslangasek: you were in that conversation, unless somebody is spoofing your nick =))))22:10
slangasekwas not22:10
slangasekI was in the one about software-properties :)22:11
xnoxslangasek: ah, i see now =)22:11
xnoxmy bad, sorry.22:11
infinityslangasek: What he said.22:12
xnoxslangasek: infinity: can you please hint boost1.54 past mongodb auto-package-test, since it looks to me like it has actually PASSED.22:15
xnoxalso can libreoffice be hinted past it's own adt failure? it doesn't seem like it has ever passed.22:55
cjwatsonxnox: mongodb shouldn't be hinted, I should poke things to notice the pass23:02
cjwatsonxnox: I'll update my libreoffice hint23:02
xnoxcjwatson: ta for both.23:02
cjwatsonhopefully will notice now23:05
slangasekcjwatson: so, what did you poke for mongodb and should I know how to do that?23:14
infinityWe all should know how to do it, but it requires VPN and a jenkins account.23:17
infinityWhich is suboptimal.23:18
cjwatsonNot true in this case23:18
infinityOh, this was noticing a new pass, not retrying a job.23:18
cjwatsonThis wasn't a jenkins-side problem, it was adt-britney getting lost23:18
xnoxslangasek: New binary: android [i386] \o/23:18
infinityWhat do we do about adt-britney getting lost, I'm curious about that too.23:18
cjwatsonI don't think it's about a new pass either - the problem AFAIK is when amd64 and i386 results arrive out of sync, sometimes adt-britney gets confused23:18
slangasekxnox: woohoo :)23:18
cjwatsonUntil jibel figures out WTF is wrong and fixes this properly, what I do is edit the individual job file plus results.history in ~/proposed-migration/autopkgtest/data/adt/trusty-proposed/amd64/work/, being careful to ensure that p-m isn't running at the time23:19
xnoxslangasek: i like the copyrights files package as well, will get that seeded on touch images such that we actually ship copyrights for the android portion of the image.23:19
cjwatsonIt's not pretty ...23:19
xnoxslangasek: made it before UTC EOD ;-)23:20
slangasekxnox: haha, nicely done23:20
xnoxslangasek: which to be honest only because of my anckle.... can't leave home so do this instead =)23:20
slangasekclearly we should injure you more often23:21
infinityAnd more extensively?23:21
infinityDoes the quality of the work increase inverse to the gimpiness?23:21
cjwatsonCompassionate management23:22
xnoxinfinity: it follows Ballmer Perk, but with painkillers http://xkcd.com/323/23:22
xnoxs/Perk/Peak/ but same thing i guess23:22
dokocancelled the ruby-lapack arm64 build again23:24

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