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infinityhappyaron: *poke*01:56
pittiRiddell: FYI, kopete regression on http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html - seems the package is FTBFS now05:47
pittiRiddell: kdepim-runtime also keeps failing on ppc64el; seems it only succeeded twice, so a very racy test; ignore, I suppose?05:48
* pitti sets it to "always failed"05:48
pittiRiddell: and http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/b/baloo-kf5/wily/armhf/ fails on the ABI compliance checker, this also looks real06:27
pittisil2100: good morning07:13
pittisil2100: thanks for the MP! as written there, I ran cron.daily.rtm last night; do the packages look ok to you?07:13
pittisil2100: if so, I'll enable it in cron07:13
pittisil2100: every Tuesday afternoon, I suppose07:14
FourDollarsWhy can I not see the latest trusty updates at https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager?07:16
FourDollarsNot from https://code.launchpad.net/network-manager neither. :-(07:21
seb128FourDollars, those packages are not maintained in those vcs and the autoimporter are sometime suboptimals07:22
FourDollarsseb128: I need to fix some issue on trusty. Do you know where is the bzr repo?07:22
seb128FourDollars, none afaik, just get the source package and do a debdiff including your change07:23
FourDollarsseb128: I saw lp:~network-manager/network-manager/ubuntu, lp:~network-manager/network-manager/ubuntu.vivid, lp:~network-manager/network-manager/ubuntu.precise at https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager. But no lp:~network-manager/network-manager/ubuntu.trusty. It is weird.07:24
seb128check with cyphermox when he's online, maybe he has a vcs...07:25
FourDollarscyphermox: hi07:49
jamespagecjwatson, pitti: I think I know the answer to this question - the latest heat and keystone uploads for wily have broken versioning - they have not built yet and are stuck in proposed - is it possible to remove the source packages from proposed an then correct? thus avoiding bumping epoch07:50
pittijamespage: right, please avoid bumping epoch at all cost, it will make the package forever not syncable07:51
pittijamespage: yes, we can remove them from proposed07:51
jamespagepitti, awesome - that would be most helpful07:51
pittijamespage: but the next upload can't re-use the same version number07:51
jamespagepitti, it won't - the upstream version number will be corrected, but it will be lower than the current one from dpkg's perspective07:52
jamespageis that ok07:52
pittijamespage: I'm not entirely sure; you'll find out at next upload :)07:52
jamespagecurrent == the one in proposed07:52
pittijamespage: oh, 0rc1 →  0~rc1 :)07:52
jamespagepitti, yes...07:53
* jamespage sighs07:53
pittijamespage: removed07:53
jamespagepitti, thankyou07:53
pittitime and again, having -proposed is so immensely helpful07:54
jamespagepitti, agreed07:56
sil2100pitti: thanks for the test run! I'll triple check them in a moment and give you a sign :)08:08
pittisil2100: nice!08:10
pittisil2100: btw, http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html → seems qtmir and -gles were published prematurely? looks like they are missing a new mir?08:10
pittisame for unity-system-compositor08:10
pittiinfinity: is bug 1435466 still actually a blocker?08:11
ubottubug 1435466 in nodejs (Ubuntu) "nodejs fails to build on arm64 due to libv8 dependency" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/143546608:11
pittiinfinity: block-proposed I mean08:12
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infinitypitti: There was one FTBFS on arm64 that I saw float by that I wanted to make sure wasn't a regression on other arches too.  I think once I've had a chance to play with that, I'll lift the tag08:44
pittiinfinity: ack, thanks; I mostly wanted to know whether it was still justified, but sounds like it is08:45
happyaroninfinity: hey09:04
* happyaron back from dinner09:04
seb128jamespage, zul, there is a trivial patch for a typo fix in the package description on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ironic/+bug/1451139 could you include it in the next ironic upload?09:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1451139 in Package Descriptions for Ubuntu "Typo in python-ironic: "libaries"" [Low,Triaged]09:10
jamespageseb128, yup09:18
seb128jamespage, thanks09:19
seb128jamespage, I'm assigning to you and unsubcribing sponsors, is that ok?09:19
cariboumicahg: Got some bandwidth to sponsor the fix for LP: #1481737 ?09:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1481737 in haproxy (Ubuntu Trusty) "HAProxy init script does not work correctly with nbproc configuration option" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/148173709:25
Riddellpitti: I don't get the acc error in baloo, it's just running a dump of symbols isn't it? there's no actual comparison going on.  I can recreate the error but there's no output so I've no idea what it's problem is09:45
cjwatsonjamespage: lower than a deleted package is OK, yes09:45
Riddellpitti: ah yes it's in logs/ "ERROR: can't access '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libKF5BalooEngine.so'"09:46
pittiRiddell: I have no idea what abi-compliacne-checker does09:46
pittiRiddell: x86_64? it only fails on armhf09:46
pittiRiddell: but yeah, some verbose output certainly would be useful, to be able to see what to actually fix09:46
pittiRiddell: baloo-kf5 itself didn't change, so I suppose it's due to a dependency change09:47
pittiRiddell: ah, nevermind -- it fails on amd64 too (in fact, all platforms)09:51
Riddellpitti: so probably a problem in the test, I'll look at it after I do some beta candidates testing09:54
LaneyYou renamed the library09:56
LocutusOfBorg1hi folks, how do you feel about a pbuilder merge?10:23
* LocutusOfBorg1 feels crazy10:23
LocutusOfBorg1but well, the delta is soo less now10:23
alkisgdidrocks: hi, http://changelogs.ubuntu.com/changelogs/pool/universe/u/ubuntu-mate-meta/ubuntu-mate-meta_1.134/changelog mentions that you added fcitx in ubuntu-mate-core,10:24
alkisgthis now runs on login and breaks at least the greek keyboard layout, could it please be removed again, or at least downgraded to suggests or recommends?10:24
didrocksalkisg: I did refresh the metapackage on flexiondotorg's request (he added it to the seed)10:26
alkisgThank you10:27
didrocksalkisg: let me point you to the commit, one sec10:27
flexiondotorgalkisg, Hi10:27
alkisgflexiondotorg: could you please have a look at that?10:27
flexiondotorgalkisg, That was added to ensure Japanese users were supported.10:28
flexiondotorgWhat is the issue?10:28
alkisgflexiondotorg: is it necessary to run in all users worldwide?10:28
alkisgIn Greece, the keyboard layout supports accented characters by pressing e.g. this: ";" + "a" = ά10:28
didrocksalkisg: recommends make sense, but IIRC, mate doesn't install recommends by default10:28
didrockshappyaron: this may be of interest for you ^ (fcitx issue with greek)10:29
alkisgNow if fcitx is installed, then this breaks, and produces this instead: ´α10:29
flexiondotorgCorrect, Ubuntu MATE doesn't install recommends. I've manually resolved what is required in the seeds.10:29
alkisgSo basically now with fcitx-bin preinstalled, we can't type in our language10:29
didrocksalkisg: I guess you have the same issue with the ubuntu desktop image, right?10:29
alkisgdidrocks: ah I haven't tried it, I could check...10:29
flexiondotorgSadly, there is still some package that I need to submit patches for.10:29
didrocksalkisg: do you mind trying? I think we can open a critical bug as it impacts all flavors installing it10:30
flexiondotorgWithout doing that when the Ubuntu MATE seeds are parsed most of Unity get's pulled in.10:30
alkisgdidrocks: I'll do so, but it's lunch time here, so I'll report back later on in the afternoon, in e.g. 5 hours10:30
seb128happyaron, ^fcitx creating compose issues, is that known?10:30
didrocksalkisg: that's fine :)10:30
didrocksseb128: already pinged him above10:31
Laneyalkisg: Do you have /etc/xdg/autostart/fcitx-autostart.desktop?10:31
happyaronseb128: what compose issue?10:31
seb128happyaron, read backlog10:31
didrockshappyaron: please backlog, I pinged you10:31
ogra_alkisg, 5h ? wow, that even exceeds a typical spanish lunch10:31
seb128didrocks, oh, right, didn't notice that line10:31
alkisgogra_: I like to hug a bit after lunch :P :D10:31
flexiondotorgseb128, didrocks fcitx-bin is only in the -live seed for ubuntu.10:32
flexiondotorgWhere as I have it in the core package.10:32
alkisgLaney: in the process of troubleshooting, I removed fcitx-bin, which also removed the mate-core metapackage, I can reinstall it and check10:32
flexiondotorgSo maybe all that is required is for Ubuntu MATE to move fcitx-bin into live.10:32
happyarondidrocks: well it's now using xkbcommon and should not have the problem of behaving differently to ibus10:33
didrockshappyaron: seems alkisg triggered some issue, I guess it worths a deep look10:33
happyaronLaney: that was fixed in debian yesterday, will syncpackage to Ubuntu today10:33
happyarondidrocks: will do10:33
anestisLaney: (this is alkisg on a client's pc): yes: fcitx-bin: /etc/xdg/autostart/fcitx-autostart.desktop10:37
anestisfcitx-bin      1:4.2.9-210:37
Laneyso I think with the next upload this will be removed and hopefully the bug won't happen for you any more10:42
Laneytry removing it and restarting your session to see if no fcitx resolves the issue10:42
Laneybut from what happyaro_n said it shouldn't happen anyway...10:42
Laneyho hum10:42
alkisgRemoving fcitx does resolve the issue10:42
alkisgThank you, I will test with newer images and report back10:42
alkisgI'll also test with the unity image, e.g. if we can't type our names in the installer it will be an issue...10:43
alkisg(i.e. if fcitx-bin is installed in the live image)10:43
happyarondon't have syncpackage command on this remote console, it's already handled in -3 at Debian10:44
Laneyalkisg: try removing just that desktop file10:44
alkisgHmmm I'm missing something... fcitx-bin 1:4.2.9-2 ==> `dpkg -L fcitx-bin | grep autostart` says that /etc/xdg/autostart/fcitx-autostart.desktop is there on one pc, and it isn't there on another...10:48
alkisgMaybe a package update happened without a version number bump?10:49
LaneyIt's deleted in that upload but the code to remove the file from upgrading systems was forgotten10:49
Laneythat's what he handled in -310:49
alkisgGotcha :)10:49
cjwatsonpackage updates without version number bumps aren't possible anyway10:50
alkisgWell, dpkg -L produces different results with the same dpkg -l version number10:51
cjwatsonright, but as Laney says that's due to buggy conffile removal, not because there were two different packages with the same version number10:51
alkisgAh, dpkg -L lists older conffiles that are not inside the .deb, I didn't know that, sorry10:51
flexiondotorgLaney, Is that fcitx-bin package sync/update going to happen and the images respun?10:54
Odd_Blokecjwatson: Is there a way I can set up a VM that will behave the same as the Launchpad build slaves?  I'm still trying to get to the bottom of this disk image/loop device issue.10:55
Laneyflexiondotorg: It's an upgrade issue only, so not really interesting for images10:56
Laneyindeed systems installed from the beta images won't have the problem10:56
flexiondotorgLaney, Ah, great.10:56
* alkisg waves, bb with info about the live session etc later on. Thanks all! :)10:57
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cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: so, I'm also still trying to get to the bottom of it (along with everything else), but the VM I set up fails in a different and earlier place ...10:58
cjwatson+ umount chroot/root/config10:58
cjwatsonumount: chroot/root/config: umount failed: No such file or directory10:58
cjwatsonhaven't got to the bottom of that yet10:58
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: I mean, in theory it's https://dev.launchpad.net/Soyuz/HowToUseSoyuzLocally and you can start with a cloud image, which is what I did11:05
cjwatsonand I grabbed a wily amd64 chroot11:05
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: I'm still working on it though11:05
Odd_Blokecjwatson: OK, cool; I've just noticed that there is a 'sync' switch on kpartx (that isn't documented in the manpage: bug 1298292) that waits until the partitions are created, so I'm building a livecd-rootfs that uses that to see if it makes any difference.11:07
ubottubug 1298292 in multipath-tools (Ubuntu) "Missing -s option in kpartx's manpage" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/129829211:07
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: oh, I even read the source and looked for that11:08
Odd_BlokeWe aren't using it when we do stuff on our Jenkins instance in kvm, but maybe it's just a timing problem that this will work around.11:08
cjwatson        if (!udev_sync)11:08
cjwatson                dm_udev_set_sync_support(0);11:08
cjwatsonthat could certainly be very relevant11:08
cjwatsonI didn't notice it because the cookie stuff further down looked unconditional11:09
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jamespagecjwatson, are you aware of any issues in debian infrastructure that might be causing uploads done in the last 24 hrs or so in Debian to not be noticed?11:26
jamespagetracker, rmadison, launchpad are all stale compared to ftp.debian.org11:26
Laneyjamespage: There was a bug in mirrors being updated11:27
LaneyI just asked in #debian-mirrors11:27
LaneySupposed to be fixed nowish11:28
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cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: sorry for the build delay, it's almost there now - there's an outage somewhere in the scalingstack infrastructure, reported12:04
Odd_Blokecjwatson: No worries. :)12:05
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pittiapw, infinity, Laney: FYI, first stabs at live test logtail: http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/running.html14:53
pittipage updates every 10 s (not by itself yet)14:53
alkisgdidrocks, flexiondotorg, happyaron, Laney, I tested with the today's ubuntu wily unity i386 daily build, and while fcitx-bin was there in the live session, the autostart file wasn't there, so I didn't have a problem with that and the greek keyboard layout. So the problem I reported has already been tackled, thank you very much.14:53
alkisgThe problem with unity-settings-daemon breaking the keyboard layout is still there, but that has been the case since 12.04, even with the dozens of bug reports filed for that, so I don't think that will be as easily fixed... let's hope it'll be fixed for 16.04. :)14:53
pittiapw, infinity, Laney: notice the amazing design, I spent two days on this!14:53
* pitti adds a refresh header14:54
Laneypitti: handy14:54
LaneyDo you store the full log as you go or just the tail?14:54
pittiLaney: just the tail14:55
* Laney nod14:55
pittiLaney: right now the last 1 kB14:55
pittiI should probably bump that a bit14:55
LaneyI was thinking of the way jenkins does it14:56
pittiLaney: well, I'd like to cap it a bit -- unlimited seems gross, as logs can sometimes get GBs14:56
Laneybut anyway, this is cool - thanks14:56
pittimaybe 10 kB is right14:56
pittiLaney: there is lots missing there -- log size, design, auto-refresh, proper configuration, etc.14:56
pittiit's mostly just a prototype14:57
apwpitti, interesting14:57
Laneyintegration with the package page I suppose14:57
pittilibpng finished, I'll restart some new ones14:57
pittiLaney: that too14:57
* pitti enables that for arm/ppc too15:00
seb128pitti, do you know if https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/avahi/+bug/1441008 is an issue with the avahi systemd unit or a systemd issue?15:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1441008 in avahi (Ubuntu) "under systemd avahi-daemon doesn't stay disabled when .local is detected" [Medium,Confirmed]15:00
pittiseb128: (meeting, bbl)15:04
seb128pitti, no hurry, enjoy!15:04
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pittiseb128: replied to the bug15:23
seb128pitti, thanks15:24
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sil2100pitti: argh, almost forgot to poke you - the langpacks look fine :)17:28
sil2100pitti: you can enable the weekly runs of the job17:29
Unit193infinity: I presume you didn't see my openbox debdiff? ;P20:24

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