wxl2 down, 2 to go01:36
wxlRiddell: you going to call Kubuntu ready anyways?01:37
wxldarkxst: what's the on GNOME? :(01:38
darkxstwxl, ready02:03
wxlthx darkxst02:06
tseliotany admins around?09:01
wxltseliot: whatcha need?09:01
tseliotwxl: can you reject nvidia-graphics-drivers-346 and nvidia-graphics-drivers-346-updates from vivid NEW, please?09:01
wxltseliot: sorry to say THAT is beyond my capacity09:02
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Laneywxl: looking good!09:06
Riddelltseliot: looking09:07
Riddelltseliot: all gone!09:07
tseliotRiddell: thanks!09:07
LaneyRiddell: get those images signed off, slacker ;-)09:09
Riddellooh we're the only flavour slacking09:10
RiddellLaney: marked as ready!10:15
Laneywxl: I'll start publishing soon, since all of the images I need are ready (still waiting for cloud images but they are done by a separate system which the cloud guys themselves drive)10:22
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sergiusenscan someone please trigger me a rebuild for https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nuntium/1.4-0ubuntu1/+build/673820711:55
LaneyOK (FYI any developer who can upload the package can do that)11:56
sergiusensLaney: thanks, I'll upload a rebuild next time, I just didn't want to rebuild for the other arches12:09
cjwatsonsergiusens: No, please don't upload a rebuild if you just need to retry12:10
cjwatsonsergiusens: Laney meant that anybody who Launchpad thinks is entitled to upload the package has a retry button available to them for failures12:10
cjwatsonsergiusens: Not that you should reupload12:10
sergiusenscjwatson: oh, sorry I didn't get that right12:11
sergiusensis there a way to tell it to use a different builder?12:11
cjwatsonBut if you're uploading via CI Train then that doesn't hold ...12:11
cjwatsonNot really.  What is your theory?12:11
LaneyIndeed, I was referring to your asking in #ubuntu-release instead of (for example) #ubuntu-devel.12:11
sergiusenscjwatson: not using ci train12:11
cjwatsonThe builders should be essentially identical12:11
cjwatsonWe can do tricks like putting all the other builders on manual to force a build onto a nominated builder, but I'd like to hear why12:12
cjwatsonsergiusens: ah, right, you had a sponsor (who can retry)12:12
sergiusenscjwatson: I keep having this problem with gcc-go and power64; according to infinity it may be that gcc-go is saying it supports more (or less) than it really does and that the builders aren't all the same12:13
cjwatsonsergiusens: Which builders are theorised to work differently?12:13
cjwatsondenneed{03,04} have been down for a while, and I'd be surprised if fisher* weren't all the same ...12:14
infinitysergiusens: All ppc64el builders are identical.12:15
infinitysergiusens: When we had that discussion ages ago, it would have been about powerpc (the 32-bit arch), not ppc64el.12:15
sergiusenscjwatson: well I can't figure out why this arch any part that builds everywhere and built fine in the previous upload (oh and just saw it was fisher04) with no code changes there fails now12:16
cjwatsonI don't know.  Perhaps gccgo changed in some relevant way?12:16
cjwatsonTry diffing the build logs12:16
sergiusenscjwatson: do we get access to porter boxes for ppc64?12:17
infinityThere is a shiny new gcc-4.9 in -proposed, which may have a bunch of new ppc64 go patches.12:21
sergiusensoh goodie12:22
mdeslaurcan someone please release mysql-5.5 in vivid, it's a security update13:21
Laneythe freeze is going to be lifted shortly13:21
LaneyOdd_Bloke: are you publishing the cloud images this time?13:22
mdeslaurLaney: ah, thanks13:22
utlemmingLaney: nope, me this time13:29
Laneyutlemming: ok, how are they looking? would like to unfreeze soonish if poss13:32
utlemmingLaney: good to go, but the tracker for some reason isn't letting me push the bits.13:32
Laneyhmm, they're on the manifest13:33
Laneywe might need stgraber to help13:33
Laneyback in a bit, lunch13:33
infinityutlemming: What bits are you having troubles pushing?13:41
infinityutlemming: And, perhaps more interestingly, does it matter?  Does your publishing machinery talk to the tracker?13:42
infinityLaney: If everyone's ready and utlemming claims he's set, except for tracker issues, you should probably lift the freeze.  Doesn't sound like anyone needs to rebuild anything.13:43
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Riddellwxl: when do you expect to announce the release?14:10
* cjwatson hits /~ubuntu-release/+leave14:13
infinitycjwatson: *sniff*14:27
utlemminginfinity: my bits simply report stuff to the tracker14:27
utlemminginfinity: but, no it doesn't matter14:27
utlemminginfinity: afaic, all it good14:27
infinityutlemming: Check.14:29
infinityLaney: ^14:29
Laneyinfinity: Ya. I know.14:31
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wxlmiss you cjwatson :) (please fix sourceforge urls in launchpad) :)14:47
wxlRiddell: just woke up14:47
wxlLaney: what's the word?14:47
Riddellmorning wxl14:47
wxlLaney: everything's ready14:47
wxlLaney: reading backlog i'm thinking we should publish some information on how to check on cloud's readiness.14:48
Laneywxl: They'd usually be in the tracker, apart from whatever problem there is this time14:50
Laneyas for *publishing*, check with the person doing the release if the URL doesn't exist14:51
Laneyand yes, everything should be ready14:51
Laneyyou might want to verify one of the torrents to see if they're hashed/seeding14:51
wxlso i'm good for the release announcement?14:51
wxlLaney: is it weird that cdimage lists Ubuntu GNOME as the daily build? url is right http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-gnome/releases/vivid/alpha-2/14:54
LaneyI fixed that (and the frontend that served me had the change), might take a few minutes for it to sync out completely.14:55
sil2100Hello! I'm looking for an archive admin that could remove myspell-hr from ubuntu-rtm -proposed o/14:55
wxlwell actually there may be a different url according to the release notes http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-gnome/releases/15.04/alpha-2/14:55
Laneythat's a symlink14:56
wxlah ok14:56
wxlthen i won't sweat it14:56
wxlok release announcement coming soon then :)14:58
amjjawadLaney, thanks for that ;)14:59
wxland sent14:59
amjjawadToo slow wxl ;)14:59
Laneythank wxl14:59
wxlthank you all15:00
* wxl passes the checklist person torch to elfy 15:00
wxloh didn't realize ubuntu-devel-announce was moderated15:00
wxloh well hope that goes through soon enough15:01
wxlomg i made the subject still have alpha 1 in it15:01
wxland there's a grammatical error in the first line15:01
* wxl sighs15:01
wxloh well, it's an alpha. you should expect some bugs.15:02
Laneythat's a good thing about moderation15:02
Laneythe link you got back lets you cancel the mail, so you can send it again15:02
wxlstill went to release15:03
wxloh well15:03
wxlit's wiki hell time now too :/15:03
wxlthere better15:04
wxlok i'm going on with life15:06
wxlthanks all15:06
Laneythanks for helping15:06
Laneysee you next cycle :P15:06
Laneycron back on15:07
* cjwatson moderates u-d-a15:07
cjwatsonsil2100: can you give me a reason message?15:08
infinitycjwatson: Beat me to it by a hair.15:08
amjjawadthanks everyone for everything :)15:09
amjjawadCya next cycle ;)15:09
sil2100cjwatson: o/ "Existing version in the release pocket has a higher version number" would be enough I suppose15:09
sil2100cjwatson: since the lower upload is just CI Train not checking the destination during publishing after Robert's publisher changes...15:10
sil2100In the past it was actually checking if it makes sense to publish, but now it just does it15:10
sil2100(will have to fix that once we have the power to redeploy citrain code)15:10
cjwatsonsil2100: done15:11
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sil2100cjwatson: thank you!15:11
pittiwxl: congrats to alpha-2! how was your first-time release mgr experience?15:11
Laneythe flavours were too well behaved15:11
amjjawadLaney, I had this note from darkxst "seems automated image tests havent run since early december, not sure if they are just broken or someone disabled15:13
stgraberutlemming: good mroning15:13
amjjawadany idea Laney ?15:13
Laneyamjjawad: no, which tests?15:16
amjjawadthe automated image tests Laney15:17
Laneygot a link?15:17
amjjawadnot really15:17
LaneyI'll ask him tomorrow15:17
amjjawadthat was an email from darkxst and I was about to send an email to the list but couldn't due to real life stuff15:17
amjjawadno worries, thanks a lot anyway Laney :)15:18
ochosiwoot, alpha 1 released: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2015-January/003194.html15:22
amjjawadochosi, you mean A2 ;)15:22
ochosiamjjawad: yeah, but read the subject of the email15:23
amjjawadI did ochosi15:23
Laneythe one on devel-announce is right15:23
amjjawadit was a mistake and it happens :)15:23
ochosiand yeah, obviously i was just kidding :)15:23
amjjawadochosi, sure, I got it ;)15:23
wxlpitti: i've been release manager for lubuntu for a whlie now, but this is the first time helping with community milestones15:27
wxlochosi: jeez, you're so mean. :(15:28
ochosiheh ;)15:28
elfyno - he really is mean wxl :D15:28
ochosisorry, it was just too easy15:28
elfyI'm saying nothing till after b1 :)15:29
wxlLaney: i note that cron is set to build dailes for kubuntu and gnome right before we released. might want to manually trigger those for rebuild15:34
Laneywxl: if they want to, the flavour leads have access to do that15:34
wxlRiddell: darkxst amjjawad manually trigger your dailies15:34
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stgrabercan an AA pretty please binNEW LXC (adding lua-lxc for all arches)? thanks16:14
wxlso our daily rebuilt and supposedly removed old images but the tracker doesn't show http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/cd-build-logs/lubuntu/vivid/daily-20150122.log17:10
infinitystgraber: Done.17:11
cjwatsonwxl: It shows on http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/326/builds17:12
stgraberinfinity: yay, thanks!17:12
wxlcjwatson: nevermind. too impatient. didn't when i looked :)17:14
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sil2100Hey! Could someone be so kind and copy-over golang-go-flags-dev from ubuntu to ubuntu-rtm? ;)18:42
sil2100^ nevermind that, slangasek already agreed to help18:44
slangaseksil2100: I think it's done18:47
sil2100slangasek: thank you!18:48
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darkxstLaney, wxl, manual rebuilds of dailies has never worked the few times I tried19:36
darkxst(and seems our images built today anyway)19:37
wxldarkxst: always worked fine for me! i doubt that's the answer you want. do you need me to do it?19:47
darkxstwxl, no, they seem to have built anyway somehow19:48
wxldarkxst: the thing you have to remember is it takes time :)19:49
darkxstwxl, when I have tried in the past they start but then get stuck19:49
wxldarkxst: that's when i would suggest bugging someone about it. i've seen issues like that in the past and cjwatson was always able to fix it. unfortunately, he's no longer part of the release team. he has imparted some small amount of his knowledge to me and i'm pretty sure i can help point you in the right direction if need be.19:50
darkxstwxl, its ok I guess, its pretty rare we need to rebuild dailies, so not much of hassle to bug someone here to bump them through19:58
wxldarkxst: certainly something to pay attention to when a release is out20:01
darkxstwxl, I would normally only force rebuild when they are broken, not a huge problem if it takes 1 extra day to rebuild after release!20:18
stgrabertaking system-image importer offline for an index rebuild (some more version_detail fix)20:54
stgraberdone and back online20:59
cjwatsondarkxst: I'm not sure I ever recall you reporting this before, or if you did it was due to some specific problem that I fixed and not a fundamental failure to support this; best thing would be if you report it when it happens, but hard to say retrospectively21:49
cjwatsondarkxst: "start but then get stuck" would be weird, but perhaps iso.qa reported that the rebuild was in progress and there was a lock held, that's at least somewhat likely21:50
darkxstcjwatson, yes something like that, I just know its required manual intervention, the few times I have tried22:08
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