hallynxnox: ping, https://mentors.debian.net/package/netcf02:52
pittiGood morning03:51
pittiinfinity, smoser: wolfe-03 and wolfe-07 are AWOL; could you try and reboot them, please?04:42
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dholbachgood morning06:35
dupondjenobody with wily that uses L2TP ? ;) might be cool if somebody could test https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager-strongswan/+bug/1487183 on wily.07:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1487183 in network-manager-strongswan (Ubuntu) "Upgrade nm-strongswan to latest 1.3.1 with psk support" [Undecided,Incomplete]07:45
pittiinfinity, smoser: they are back (as mysteriously as they disappeared), so unping08:46
who_mehi, is this a good place to ask why building kernel packages using the patches in the mainline ppa fails?08:59
who_methe build log is here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3371527/results_4.1.8.txt09:05
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cariboumicahg: did you see my last post regarding LP: #149414109:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1494141 in trusty-backports "HAProxy 1.5 init script does not terminate processes" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/149414109:27
cjwatsonwho_me: #ubuntu-kernel is more likely to have experts around10:49
Laneypitti: do you know why http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html#glib2.0 says that kdeplasma-addons/i386 is FAIL?  http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/k/kdeplasma-addons/wily/i386/10:56
pittiLaney: short version: yes, and I retried them10:57
pittiLaney: long version: we now track results by trigger, and https://objectstorage.prodstack4-5.canonical.com/v1/AUTH_77e2ada1e7a84929a74ba3b87153c0ac/autopkgtest-wily/wily/i386/k/kdeplasma-addons/20150921_190755@/log.gz was the result for these triggers10:57
who_mecjwatson, yep. I'm on there. Thank you :)10:58
Laneypitti: You mean that subsequent runs triggered by other packages (instead of manually) won't turn it green?10:58
pittiLaney: queues are just loong again, due to the combined effect of uninstallable linux-meta for the whole night and all of KDE landing, and KDE having achingly long tests (as they all involve rebuilding the package)10:58
pittiLaney: right; I need to think about how to make this a bit less strict again for non-kernel triggers10:58
pittior whether we actually want that10:59
pitti(I think we do)10:59
LaneyIf it goes green then this package/test can't be broken10:59
Laneyso we should get a pass state10:59
pittiyes, I know10:59
pittifor now I retried the failing tests11:00
Laneycool, thanks11:00
Laneywhat about click?11:00
pittiLaney: I wrote a script to re-run all regressions, FYI11:00
Laneyis that a firewall thing?11:00
pittiLaney: yeah, I suppose firewall changed yet again, and LP download stopped working11:00
pittithe rules seem to change on a weekly basis :/11:00
xnoxhallyn: made source-only upload, as it's fully binary-only package.11:02
Laneydid you file an RT or should I?11:02
* Laney wonders what a binary-only package is11:02
pittiLaney: I haven't looked at it at all yet11:02
flexiondotorgLaney, could you re-open this bug please? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lightdm/+bug/148408311:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1484083 in One Hundred Papercuts "Don't work autologin after update lightdm" [High,Confirmed]11:37
flexiondotorgSee the last 4 comments.11:37
dholbachPING PING PING! If you have upload rights and have a bit of time, can you maybe help with http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/sponsoring/? Particularly flexiondotorg was looking to get some uploads in before the beta images are spun.11:53
tsimonq2dholbach: Oh wow! I didn't notice that before! Thanks for telling me! XD12:05
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tjaaltonginggs: the new libclc requires llvm-3.7, which doesn't build on i386, so that'll have to wait for w+112:19
Riddellpitti: there seems to be lots of regressions in update_excuses.html for kde stuff that don't seem to exist in reality, do you know anything about that?12:40
pittiRiddell: yes; they are "real" in the sense that at the time they ran they actually were uninstallable12:41
pittiRiddell: see scrollback from 1.5 h ago; I retried them, queues are catching up12:41
pittibut ARM still has some ~ 290 tests to grind through12:41
Riddellpitti: lovely thanks12:42
ginggstjaalton: thanks for the update :)12:49
Laneyflexiondotorg: you can't?13:33
flexiondotorgLaney, sadly not.13:34
Laneyprobably apply for the bug squad13:34
micahgcaribou: just now, I'd suggest getting the patch SRUd and then we can apply the same one to backports13:38
cariboumicahg: ok, will do. thanks!13:38
sil2100pitti: hey! Any news on LP: #1484882 ? Can I help out with it somehow? I suppose I don't have access to the right machines to work on it, or is there a way I could get this working?13:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1484882 in langpack-o-matic "Set automatic language-pack creation an upload for overlay-ppa" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/148488213:56
pittisil2100: the machine isn't magic in any way; can we avoid the merging somehow, or is that required due to the way RTM/15.04 is represented in LP?13:57
pittisil2100: otherwise the blocker is mostly to find out why ubuntu-ui-toolkit.po is missing from the packs that are built that way13:58
sil2100pitti: I think we can't avoid that, since there's just no other way - it has to be vivid-full + vivid-delta + overlay13:58
pittisil2100: you built/uploaded some packs yourself with that approach, did you have that too?13:58
sil2100hmm, I don't remember, I think it was normally translated there13:59
sil2100Let me look for some old files13:59
pittisil2100: other than that it's mostly just updating cron.daily.rtm (in the langpack-o-matic bzr) to do these steps13:59
pittibut the munging of ubuntu-ui-toolkit.po is a bummer13:59
sil2100Ok, let me look into that13:59
sil2100So is the cron alteady running the cron.daily.rtm script?13:59
pittisil2100: no, that was for the old 14.09 one (which was complete)14:00
pittisil2100: I basically did the steps in comment 214:00
sil2100pitti: maybe I should make a cron.daily.overlay? ;)14:00
pittisil2100: .rtm is fine, we don't use it for anything right now14:01
seb128pitti, speaking of langpacks, how often are wily ones generated?14:02
pittisil2100: so if you want to spend some time figuring out what on earth is wrong with ubuntu-ui-toolkit.po, that'd help a lot14:05
pittiseb128: https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/wily/+language-packs -> once a week14:06
sil2100pitti: sure, on it right now :)14:06
sil2100pitti: I'll also try to modify the cron.daily.rtm to do the right stuff14:06
pittisil2100: : seeing your MP -> why do we need three tarballs?14:06
pittisil2100: I thought LP's RTM/15.04 has all the delta towards vivid?14:07
seb128pitti, do you know why we didn't get one on friday then?14:07
pittiseb128: hm, no, I don't14:07
seb128I guess that would be a question for the launchpad team?14:07
seb128wgrant, cjwatson: ^ do you know?14:07
pittiwgrant: ^ any idea why https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/wily/+language-packs is missing an export last Fri?14:08
cjwatsonDisconnectionError: terminating connection due to conflict with recovery14:08
cjwatsonI'm not sure exactly what was going on at that time, but today's worked14:10
cjwatsonpitti: so I guess you need one now?14:10
sil2100pitti: we need 3 since there's a vivid full pack and then vivid deltas14:11
sil2100pitti: https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/vivid/+language-packs <- as you can see all new langpacks are deltas14:11
cjwatsonIn fact the crash above was Thursday's, Friday's didn't run at all14:11
sil2100pitti: and we need the base vivid + the latest vivid delta to get latest vivid translation and then the overlay one14:12
sil2100pitti: so it's 314:12
cjwatsonBut Thursday's was wily14:12
seb128cjwatson, pitti, new one would be good, I would like to see if evolution-3.16 and e-d-s-3.16 are getting included now14:12
cjwatsonseb128,pitti: requested in #webops14:14
seb128cjwatson, thanks14:14
pittisil2100: ah, last time I just took vivid final plus the RTM tarball14:16
pittisil2100: I would have thought RTM is relative to vivid final, not vivid-updates14:16
gQuigsdéjà vu, this already landed for Ubuntu (Unity), just needs to land for Kylin to - https://code.launchpad.net/~bryanquigley/ubuntu-seeds/ubuntukylin-xul.wily/+merge/27099114:17
sil2100pitti: the RTM bits are not really relative to anything, they're just detached packs generated out of what's in the overlay-ppa :)14:17
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hallynthanks xnox14:28
hallynbinary-only package - is that bc there hadn't been an upload since the jessie release?14:29
gQuigspitti: you did the other merge (thanks again!), mind doing kylin as well? ^14:44
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pittigQuigs: sorry, not today, swamped :/15:13
pittiLaney: click is happy again15:14
Laneypitti: yay15:14
pittiarmhf queue is at 26715:14
* pitti will check again tomorrow morning, TTFN15:14
Laneyhappy evening15:15
hikikoI checked out the planet-ubuntu code15:23
Laneybut it is on the sidebar here http://planet.ubuntu.com/15:23
hikikoand the last entry was willcooke's15:24
didrocksthe planet sidebar list him15:25
willcookeno, ignore15:25
willcookeit's there15:25
Laneyand the post is there15:25
Laneyit works15:25
hikikowillcooke, yes the posts appear in the feed15:25
hikikothere are just too many posts by people :)15:25
willcookeyeah, I check it a few days after I posted and it wasnt there, maybe takes longer than I expected15:25
* willcooke made a hackergotchi especially15:25
didrockshikiko: there are even post from the future (30 september) :p15:25
hikikoI'll keep my picture igognito15:25
willcookehikiko, I'll talk you through it after the meeting15:25
* hikiko is too lazy to do a hackergotchi15:25
willcookeit's pretty straight forward15:26
hikikothanks willcooke :)15:26
pittisil2100: responded to https://code.launchpad.net/~sil2100/langpack-o-matic/multi_merge/+merge/27195415:30
sil2100pitti: thanks! Comments make sense :)15:35
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jdstrandpitti: hey, not sure if this is a question for you (feel free to redirect me) but yesterday I uploaded ubuntu-core-security, apparmor-easyprof-ubuntu and ubuntu-personal-security, and update_excuses.html is telling me that they are still waiting on armhf (Test in progress)17:35
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jdstrandpitti: is there a problem with armhf?17:35
jdstrandjibel: do you know? ^17:44
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sarnoldjdstrand: it could be that the huge queue built up from the lcy01 destruction ~two weeks ago hasn't been cleared yet, pitti said something about several hundred kernel tests queued up on saturday..18:23
jdstrandsarnold: ah, I see18:34
jdstrandI would be nice to be able to see the queue18:34
jdstrandI read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ProposedMigration/AutopkgtestInfrastructure#Administration but don't seem to have access18:34
jdstrandoh, there is a bug on that already18:34
sarnoldjdstrand: yeah, that's on pitti's todo list too :)18:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1479811 in Auto Package Testing "Show pending tests on web UI" [Wishlist,Triaged]18:34
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