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anthonym Alrighty, I have a question.  I have a company with two locations.  I'm trying to figure out the best way to have all my worker computers connect to a ubuntu server for terminal services.  I've looked at LTSP, but it seems as though over WAN it will be dreadfully slow and hog a lot of bandwidth.  I've looked at xrdp but it seems extremely clunky.  I've looked at NoMachine (FreeNX) but03:21
anthonymit seems out of date.  I've looked at x2go but it doesn't look too nice.   I just want to turn a ubuntu/linux server into a terminal services server (like a windows terminal services server), where clients can login (via rdp or whatever) and get their own session.03:21
anthonymand I don't want to use a windows terminal services server due to cost and licencing.03:21
tarpmananthonym: what didn't you like about x2go?03:54
tarpmananthonym: my (former) $dayjob uses freenx server with the x2go libs underneath, and nomachine's client (nxplayer aka enterprise client) since it has a slick gui. took a bit of doing to get it to work, though, including a few SRUs03:56
sarnoldwhat does something like that offer that ssh -X doesn't do?03:58
tarpmansarnold: NX does some neat compression (of the X protocol) to get much efficiency (mainly in terms of round-trips AIUI), so actually usable over WAN03:59
sarnoldtarpman: oh, that does sound nice :)04:00
tarpmansarnold: it also implements an X server, so you get a whole desktop + session rather than a particular program (yes, I know you can forward gnome-session, IME it isn't so much fun)04:00
tarpmanthe bad news is the X server it implements is from 200404:01
tarpmanbut the x2go guys are doing excellent work on fixing that, biggest of hugs to them04:01
sarnoldtarpman: oh .. so you'd have to have a window manager and all that jazz?04:02
sarnoldwell, I guess if you really wanted the gui to run somewhere else, that might be worth the tradeoff04:04
sarnoldthanks tarpman :)04:04
neonixcoderGood day sarnold06:28
neonixcodersarnold: I have a quick question for you.06:29
neonixcoderI am upgrading 10.04 to 12.04 by using do-release-upgrade command..06:29
neonixcoderSome how middle of upgrade my system is rebooting with out any conformation..06:29
neonixcoderand after that it will not boot at all06:30
neonixcoderany suggestions?06:30
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neonixcoderI dont see any logs in /var/log/dist-upgrade, /var/log/syslog, /var/log/messages..06:31
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lordievaderGood morning.08:00
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mosshello, can anyone point me to a guide on installing/configuring Corosync2+Pacemaker on Ubuntu 14.04-LTS? I've looked but can't find any reliable documentation.  Thanks in advance.13:57
jvwjgamesI am having problems with my server13:58
jvwjgamesFor some reason I can't access the internet13:58
ogra_that at least makes your server very very safe against attacks from there :)13:59
jvwjgamesMy server has a static IP set but for some reason the interfaces are trying to get a dhcp lease14:01
jvwjgamesSo it is cause dhcp to timeout14:01
jvwjgamesSo basically my static is getting ignored and dhcp is running to try and obtain an IP from no where14:02
_rubenkill dhclient314:03
qman__If you already set the static config in /etc/network/interfaces, dhclient -r eth0; ifdown eth0; ifup eth014:03
_rubenthen again, a running dhcp client shouldn't interfere, if there's no dhcp server that is14:04
jvwjgamesPingdom witch is a remote monitoring station for my server just received an icmp ping reply from my server and now reports it as online14:07
rbasakmatsubara: would you mind seeing if you can finish off SRU verification for https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/+source/squid3/+bug/1336742 for me please? The reporter cannot reproduce, but Oleg had posted a test case that reproduced for him.14:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1336742 in squid3 (Ubuntu Trusty) "Caching responses with "Vary" header" [Medium,Fix committed]14:07
matsubararbasak, don't mind at all. I'll take a look.14:08
ginkobinHey I have a question. I'm trying to teach a friend how to setup Ubuntu as a server for the first time14:22
ginkobinhey said he needs to make sure it is updog compatible, does anyone know if updog is supported?14:23
Piciginkobin: you should ask him what updog is.14:25
spicypixelI heard it's been depreciated since it's now using systemd14:26
ginkobinAll he said is that it was a legacy driver14:26
fixxxermetHey everyone.  I installed ubuntu via a usb drive, onto a sata disk.  Unfortunatly the usb drive messed up the hard disk ordering and I screwed up and installed grub to the USB drive (and Ubuntu to the hard disk drive).  Computer boots fine if I boot from the USB drive.14:26
ginkobinI have no idea what for14:26
fixxxermetCan I just install grub to the hard disk drive from the cli?14:26
jellyfixxxermet: sure, something like "sudo grub-install /dev/sda" or wherever your disk is14:28
jellyassuming grub-pc and not the EFI thing14:28
ginkobinfixxxermet: you probably should be sure to use grub2 as well14:30
ginkobinnot legacy14:30
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub214:40
ubottugrub 1 is the default boot manager for Ubuntu releases before 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - GRUB how-tos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto - See !grub for Karmic onwards15:17
ubottulilo is an alternative [Li]nux Boot[Lo]ader. Note: it is recommended that you use GRUB on Ubuntu instead.15:18
* jelly would be impressed if there was also an !extlinux15:25
DammitJimwhat do you guys read daily to know if there is a critical update for which one needs to reboot the servers?15:50
RoyKDammitJim: well, you can just login to the server to check15:50
DammitJimI'm thinking as a systems administrator15:51
DammitJimOerHeks, that's what you read daily?15:52
RoyKDammitJim: you could make a cron job checking for the existence of /var/run/reboot-required and post and email about it if it's there15:52
OerHeksmaybe there has been someone that puts those messages in a conkyrc. yes, i check a few pages daily.15:52
RoyKor even autoreboot if it's there (if you dare)15:52
DammitJimno, I can't auto-reboot15:52
RoyKDammitJim: most won't do that :)15:52
OerHeksRoyK +1 automatic updates15:53
DammitJimwhat I probably really need to do is have the ability to apply critical updates w/o having to reboot15:53
DammitJimI have automatic critical updates, but no automatic reboots15:53
RoyKOerHeks: obviously, yes15:53
OerHeksas of kernel 4.x you would not need to reboot anymore.15:53
DammitJimi know!15:53
DammitJimtoo bad, we are still on 3.X15:53
RoyKOerHeks: erm... what did they do?15:53
DammitJimstill on 3.16.0-4515:54
RoyKOerHeks: did ksplice get in?15:55
OerHekslive kernel patching http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2015/04/linux-kernel-4-0-new-features15:55
OerHeks ‘Hurr durr I’m a sheep’15:56
OerHeksBut that does not solve current issue, watching /var/run/reboot-required is the easiest way i guess15:57
enleetencan't wait for that on my servers :)15:57
DammitJimOerHeks, I know I need to reboot my servers (they've been waiting for days)15:59
DammitJimbut I don't consider those fixes critical for our environment15:59
DammitJimI just need to come up with a system that tells me if I need to schedule a reboot or not16:00
DammitJima reboot in my environment is a pain in the butt16:00
RoyKOerHeks: something like: if [ -f /var/run/reboot-required ]; then echo 'I (`hostname`) need a reboot, sir!' | mail -s 'reboot required' someone@somewhere'16:01
DammitJimI would get that email every day :D16:01
RoyKs/$/ ; fi/16:01
DammitJimok, so just going to the website should do http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/16:01
RoyKDammitJim: then just touch a file like 'warning_sent' and remove it later16:02
OerHeksStill wonder how you would determin why you don't need to reboot, if that request is set.16:02
OerHeksis there no timeframe where you have no users? like 2:am-5:am16:03
DammitJimOerHeks, no16:03
DammitJimand yes, I know... we need to create some kind of load balancing (that's not the right word)16:04
DammitJimso that we can put a server offline and let another one pick up the work16:04
DammitJimI mean... USN-2701-1... it sounds critical16:05
DammitJimbut at this time, I haven't considered it critical enough for me to have to reboot the server for it to take place16:05
DammitJimI don't know... I'm still learning what is a good balance16:05
DammitJimthere have been kernel fixes almost every 4 days in the last 2 weeks16:06
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blizzowI have a machine I'm trying to install ubuntu cloud-installer openstack on.  It's a fresh 15.04 installation and I made sure to add the virtual machine host and openssh server roles during installation.  I am trying the single installer guide from here:  http://ubuntu-cloud-installer.readthedocs.org/en/latest/single-installer.guide.html21:24
blizzowThe install hangs after bootstrapping juju.21:24
blizzowAt the bottom of the installer screen, I see this:  "[INFO] -> Waiting for machines to start: 3 unknown (error: kvm container creation failed: exit status 1) ...21:26
blizzowkvm-ok returns  INFO: /dev/kvm exists KVM accerleration can be used.21:27
blizzowI made sure virtinst, qemu-kvm and uvtool-libvirt are installed.21:29
blizzowStill no joy.21:29
blizzowAnyone know how to get the ubuntu openstack installer running on 15.04?21:30
sarnoldblizzow: is there any more detailed information in any log files?21:33
blizzowsarnold: I don't see any errors in the log that would point at something.21:48
blizzowchecked /home/ubuntu/.cloud-install/commands.log21:49
sarnoldblizzow: how about /var/log/libvirt/ ?21:49
blizzowsarnold: I checked there and not a single log file exists in it.21:50
blizzowjust a couple .placeholder files.21:50
sarnoldhah :(21:51
blizzowI also did an: lxc-console -n openstack-single-ubuntu and looked in /var/log/cloud-init.log and /var/log/cloud-init-output.log and don't see any errors.21:51
blizzowI looks like juju is running on the lxc container.  but I've never used it, so I don't know what I should be expecting.21:53
sarnoldyou may have more success in #juju; I don't know if they're familiar with that tool, but they will be better able to help debug juju there21:54
blizzowI don't think it's a juju problem... I think it's an ubuntu cloud-installer problem.  I just found in the lxc container /var/log/libvirt/qemu/ubuntu-local-machine-1.log "libvirt: error : libvirtd quit during handshake: Input/output error.22:06
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