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pittiGood morning05:12
jibelGood morning07:50
jibelpitti, what is the result of autopkgtest on ARM, is it stable?07:55
pittijibel: two nodes finished their quarter of tests this morning, two more are still running07:57
pittilibnih hung and one node got firefox etc.07:58
pittijibel: but so far the tests are progressing well indeed, no crashes or anything \o/07:58
pittijibel: http://people.canonical.com/~pitti/tmp/fails-armhf.txt07:58
pittijibel: these are my notes so far for tests "pandas" to "z.."07:58
pittijibel: I'm re-running the failed ones on my amd64 LXC to see which ones fail due to LXC, and which ones are ARM specific07:58
pittijibel: would it be possible to use your superpowers to install byobu or at least screen on wazn?07:59
pittiI already had to interrupt a test run due to my reboot07:59
jibelpitti, it is much more reliable than Pandaboards08:00
pittiI'm quite happy about them08:01
jibelpitti, how much slower than x86 is it?08:01
pittijibel: hm, I didn't make precise measurements yet, and I ran these tests without apt-get update/dist-upgrade08:01
pittibut compared to the ones I'm currently running on x86 (I'll brief you in a minute), my gut feeling is factor 2 to 408:02
pittimost tests are really IO/network bound due to having to install lots of dependencies08:02
jibelpitti, screen is installed08:03
pittijibel: thank you08:03
pittijibel: so, doko asked me to run all our autopkgtests against https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-toolchain-r/+archive/python3 which flips the default python3 to 3.408:04
pittijibel: so I took our list of autopkgtests, removed the ones which are obviously not related to python and are big (linux, libo, and the like), divided them in four, and started running a quarter each on alderamin, aldebaran, and wazn08:05
pittijibel: their results go into ~auto-package-testing/py34-$pkgname08:05
pittijibel: I run them serially, so that they don't take too many resources away from the "real" autopkgtests08:05
pittijibel: I now want to do the same on albali, but it's configured differently; is that still the user ~usit, or ~auto-package-testing? both exist, but I don't know how to log in as usit08:06
jibelpitti, for historical reason jenkins is running under usit. I can sudo to it but if you don't retoaded can give you access08:08
pittijibel: or could I just ask you to start running the tests there?08:11
pittijibel: http://paste.ubuntu.com/6807223/ is the command (run-run-adt-test path might need adjusting)08:11
pittijibel: otherwise I'll distribute them evenly to the other three nodes; they ought to have enough horsepower anywa08:12
jibelpitti, it is running on albali08:17
pittijibel: merci08:18
pittijibel: I see py34-python-tornado/ already, so it's working08:19
pittijibel: btw, the failures are not that specific to a clear subset of packages; I think it might be best to run them for all packages, and only consider failures in britney if the test ever worked08:21
jibelpitti, I changed the workspace to ~usit/py34/08:21
pittijibel: not only on arm, but on all platforms; that would also stop blocking packages with new autopkgtests which are broken08:21
jibelpitti, and there is a log in /tmp/run-adt-py34.log08:22
pittijibel: ah, so you can remove /var/lib/ubuntu-iso-testing/py34-python-tornado ?08:22
pittinice, so  I can tail08:22
jibelpitti, agreed, in britney we should consider only regression08:23
pittijibel: did you get any autopkgtest fail/fixed notifications today? I didn't08:29
pittiand I got some yesterday, but some were missing, too08:29
pittiand we definitively got failures this morning due to some uninstallability and VM failures08:29
pittiI fixed the uninstallability and retried the packages, so it's all good now, but I didn't get mail08:29
jibelpitti, nothing, only notifications from ubiquity tests08:29
pittiyay. not.08:30
jibelpitti, I asked the CI team, now waiting of UK to wake up08:33
pittijibel: btw, some failures were due to having en_US locale on the nodes; I fixed the nodes and their containers to use en_US.UTF-8 now, and re-ran a few tests which looked like they failed due to that08:34
knomeballoons, plong, we need to dicsuss -qa logos ;)09:02
jibelpitti, configuration of precise amd64 with all of main finally finished. 8125 packages, 54GB. I didn't install extra kernels, and skipped cgroup-lite (fails in a container) and the following packages fail to install on Precise http://paste.ubuntu.com/6807376/09:10
jibelI'll do an upgrade to Trusty an see how it goes before automating it.09:11
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jibelpitti, that was quick :) It cannot calculate the upgrade09:29
jibelpitti, python-sip is held back due to python-kde409:30
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pittijibel: heavy trucking :)09:40
pittijibel: sip> ah, does that need another rebuild due to an ABI change?09:40
jibelpitti, I dont think so, python-kde4 depends on sip-api-10.1 which is provided by python-sip09:42
jibelpitti, ah, kde-runtime has been demoted to universe09:44
pittijibel: ah, I guess that'll hit us quite often for upgrades09:44
pittipackages being un-upgradeable due to universe demotion09:44
jibelso the whole kde stack is not upgradeable09:44
jibelpitti, how should it be handled?09:45
pittijibel: I think for this case we should enable universe for the dist-upgrade09:45
pittijibel: and limit the "main only" requirement for an upgrade of the default install09:45
pittithe latter really ought to work without universe09:45
pittibut as "all of main" includes the other flavours which used to live in main, it's not going to work with main only, I'm afraid09:46
pittiand "main only" is also interesting for servers09:46
jibelpitti, okay, I'll enable universe to see if it improves the situation. We already have profiles with main only for desktop and server09:46
jibelmeh, 414 packages are going to be removed. 1147 new packages are going to09:50
jibelbe installed. 6523 packages are going to be upgraded09:50
pittijibel: i. e. "takes effing long", but "upgrade calculated successfully"?09:50
pittijibel: I take it that doesn't fit into RAM/ephemeral any more?09:50
jibelpitti, yup, pressing Y, and see the result on monday :)09:51
pittithere, data center, no weekend for you!09:51
jibelpitti, I'm trying with an ephemeral on disk09:51
jibelthat won't fit in memory, the download only is 10GB09:52
pittijibel: this is at least as much a test for overlayfs as for apt/dpkg :)09:53
pittijibel: btw, the espeak-data workaround landed after the a2 freeze; /me checks current jenkins whether that shows as fixed now09:53
pittijibel: ah, can we re-run http://d-jenkins.ubuntu-ci:8080/view/Upgrade/job/upgrade-ubuntu-quantal-trusty-desktop-amd64/ ?09:54
davmor2Morning all09:54
pittijibel: last run was two days ago, then we didn't have the fix yet09:54
jibelpitti, oh sure, I'll setup a periodic run09:54
pittijibel: i. e. is it safe to just click on "play"?09:54
pittipoor wazn09:54
jibelpitti, it is09:54
pittithese upgrade tests, your "all of main", plus my "python3.4" ones09:55
jibel+ image smoketests09:55
pittioh, I thought these were on albali09:56
pittijibel: ok, starting upgrade-ubuntu-quantal-trusty-desktop-amd6409:58
jibelpitti, scheduled at 1934UTC every days09:58
pittijibel: btw, https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/view/Trusty/view/Upgrade%20Testing/ is empty, but https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/search/?q=upgrade has them; is that a problem for retoaded?09:59
slickymastermorning all09:59
jibelpitti, yeah, he'd like to wait for rick and create the view next week. it is tracked in RT6716110:22
pittijibel: cheers10:23
pittijibel: meh, http://d-jenkins.ubuntu-ci:8080/job/upgrade-ubuntu-quantal-trusty-desktop-amd64//6 failed again; it still got the previous espeak version without the workaround :/10:34
pittithe new one landed in trusty 17 hours ago, maybe squid is lagging behind or so10:35
pittibut these run automatically now, right? so I'll just check on Monday10:35
jibelpitti, I'll have a look, on another system the version is correct10:39
jibel  Installed: 1.46.02-0ubuntu110:39
jibel  Candidate: 1.47.11-1ubuntu110:39
pittino hurry/worry for now10:39
jibelduring this Quantal upgrade dpkg reloaded its database 132 times :)10:40
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jibelpitti, albali is done with py34 autopkgtests13:40
jibelpitti, do you want the results somewhere?13:40
pittijibel: yep, let me scp them (already done for two other boxes; aldebaran was still busy)13:45
pittijibel: they are all on http://people.canonical.com/~pitti/tmp/autopkgtest-py34/, so you can clean up14:00
pittijibel: I'll clean up on the other three boxes14:00
jibelpitti, done, thanks14:01
pittijibel: *phew*, I'm done staring at test logs all day; I sent results to u-devel@16:36
pittihave a nice weekend everyone!16:36
elfycya pitti16:37
jibelpitti, I've read your post, it is very good. Have a nice week end.16:40
cgoldbergballoons, just saw your post with the core-apps contributor stats... awesome stuff!  on a related note, I'm gonna update my gource video for core-apps.. did you ever see this one I did in november?  http://coreygoldberg.blogspot.com/2013/11/gource-visualization-of-ubuntu-touch.html17:21
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balloonscgoldberg, yes I remember it well17:38
balloonsgood idea :-)17:38
cgoldbergballoons, cool.. I'll make one either today and this weekend17:39
balloonsthere's a new app as well, reminders :-)17:39
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balloonshallo dkessel19:57
balloonsbuonasera Letozaf_19:57
balloonsHappy Friday to you all.. Happy Saturday to you Noskcaj :-p19:57
Letozaf_balloons, buonasera19:57
Noskcajhey balloons19:58
Letozaf_balloons, happy Friday to you too :)19:58
dkessel_hello balloons. hm. seems xchat still is not unminimized but launched a second time...19:59
dkessel_how are you? it's been a busy start of the year for me...20:00
balloonsdkessel_, I'm doing well. Just had to run the dog to the vet, but he'll be ok, so :-)20:00
dkessel_good to hear that :)20:01
Letozaf_balloons, I found another issue with calendar-app and dates: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwSy2uwGals0cmFjcEtHbVVXVUE/edit20:01
Letozaf_balloons, :( sorry for your dog20:02
balloonsawesome Letozaf_ .. looks like the current Year is instead the current date and time20:02
balloonsas a unix timestamp :-)20:03
Letozaf_balloons, and it's not today 24 but 23 yesterday20:03
balloonsThanks for the thoughts.. The hard part now is getting him to take it easy so he recovers20:03
Letozaf_balloons, should I upload this to the bug I reported or open another one20:03
balloonsLetozaf_, I think this is a bit different.. how did it come up?20:04
Letozaf_balloons, oh yes I think it will be hard, dogs don't like to stay calm20:04
Letozaf_balloons, I was trying to fix other locale issues and had a test on year tab that didn't work due to locale so I was looking for another way to run the test in autopilot vis20:05
Letozaf_balloons, looking for something to inspect in autopilot vis made me run into this20:06
Letozaf_balloons, should I report another bug ?20:06
balloonsLetozaf_, which page is it on?20:06
balloonswe can look into the qml file a bit20:06
balloonsit might simply be misnamed20:06
balloonsbut yes, this would be a separate bug I think20:06
Letozaf_balloons, the page should be YearView.qml20:08
Letozaf_balloons,  property var currentYear: DateExt.today();20:08
balloonsLetozaf_, ahh.. so indeed it's showing up as per the qml.. but property var currentYear: DateExt.today(); is not going to be equal to the currentYear :-)20:10
balloonsso it's a bug perhaps in the naming20:11
Letozaf_balloons, ok but shouldn't it be 24 Jan instead of 23 Jan ?20:12
Letozaf_balloons, today = 24 not 2320:12
balloonsLetozaf_, ohh, well right, hehe20:12
balloonsso that might be a side effect of your bug from yesterday20:13
balloonsI get it now :-)20:13
Letozaf_balloons, don't think it important though that property might not be usede20:13
Letozaf_balloons, I'm not sure if it's better I wait for that bug to be fixed to continue with locale issues in test failures as I'm finding other properties with weired dates20:31
balloonsLetozaf_, I would link what you found and say you see lots of weird dates20:32
balloonsand you are right, they are probably connected20:32
Letozaf_balloons, ok20:33
dkessel_good night, bb20:35
balloonsLetozaf_, calendar hack day is monday20:37
balloonswe can poke the devs then :-)20:37
Letozaf_balloons, right! good idea20:37
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