dokoxnox, I didn't00:06
xnoxdoko, ok. build-essentials are not installable, and dpkg/arch.pm missing and e.g. s390x claims s390x does not exist in "any all" architecutres.00:07
* xnox goes to sleep00:07
xnoxwgrant, are you up?00:07
xnoxoh, it's not monday yet in autstralia.00:14
xnoxnever mind.00:14
xnoxchroots and/or xenial-proposed are b0rked00:22
* infinity looks.00:32
cjwatsonDpkg/Arch.pm being missing is because the first thing the chroot upgrade does is remove build-essential dpkg-dev libdpkg-perl perl perl-modules00:42
cjwatsonand it's because https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/perl/5.22.1-5/+build/8916841 hasn't finished building yet00:42
infinityIt's likely the perl/amd64 FTBFS.00:42
cjwatsonso yeah, it's early hours of Sunday, just try not to build too much until perl is done :P00:43
infinitycjwatson: Hasn't finished because I retried it just now.  It had a testsuite failure that I'm hoping is flappy.00:43
cjwatsonyeah, figured00:43
cjwatsonI'll disable auto-sync temporarily to avoid compounding things00:43
infinityWe're about due for a mass retry anyway.  I'll do the archive.00:43
cjwatsonafter perl has finished, I assume00:44
infinityNot sure I have the energy to do the walk-the-builders hunt for PPA builds.00:44
infinityYes, after perl. :P00:44
cjwatsonI have scripts for that kind of thing00:44
infinityWell, let's see if perl completes.00:45
cjwatsonI basically just adapt http://paste.ubuntu.com/14785867/ for whatever I need for failure-du-jour00:45
cjwatsonit's foul but works00:45
infinityIf the failure is persistent, someone gets to firefight.  Or I'll remove it from proposed and fix on Monday.00:45
infinityProbably the latter.00:45
cjwatsondo you remember what the test failure was?00:46
cjwatsonI'm guessing it's transient unless it has anything to do with the umask change00:46
infinityNope!  Not sober enough to science correctly.00:46
infinityBut it's amd64, the odds of it flapping two different tests over two tries seem slim.00:47
infinitycjwatson: And second try looks good.01:27
cjwatsonOh good01:35
* tsimonq2 wonders if this is a better place to report FTBFS findings...01:35
tewardtsimonq2: depends on the fail-to-build issue, usually -devel if it's packages01:35
tsimonq2teward: ahh okay01:36
teward(though if it's related to something with the builders, either place will probably pick it up)01:36
tewardtsimonq2: mind if I ask what's failing to build?01:36
teward(and don't tell me nginx, i will panic-attack if that's the case)01:36
* tsimonq2 checks for nginx01:37
cjwatsontsimonq2: If it's "everything in xenial on !amd64", see above.01:40
tsimonq2cjwatson: what do you mean by that?01:41
ubot5AMD64 and Intel 64 are fully supported architectures on Ubuntu. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommonQuestions#AMD64_Processors and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amd64 for more information.01:41
cjwatson"not amd64"01:41
cjwatsonsyntax from C or a bunch of other languages01:41
tewardcjwatson: he's poking based on this report for things in main, to ID things that might have easy fixes - http://qa.ubuntuwire.org/ftbfs/01:44
tewardfortunately, nginx is not on that list, i would have panicked if it were heh01:44
cjwatsonoh, that.01:44
infinityOh.  Well, if you want to find things with potentially easy fixes, read the build logs. :)01:44
teward^ that01:44
tsimonq2well yeah that's what I have been doing01:44
infinitytsimonq2: Well, to put it another way, if someone like me had read the log and determined the easy fix, I would have uploaded it already.01:45
tsimonq2I look at ones with build-dep errors, try it in a schroot, and if it works it needs to be rebuilt on the archive01:45
tsimonq2or if the dependency is already resolved01:45
tsimonq2I have had to file MIRs before as well to solve errors01:45
tewardthat MIRs comment reminded me, i have to figure what Lua versions are being kept in Main for Xenial01:50
tewardthat's not documented anywhere is it01:51
infinityteward: "The fewer, the better", and if the number is higher than 1, then a few of us argue about it.01:51
tewardinfinity: at a glance, based on packages.ubuntu.com i'm seeing a couple lua 5 versions in Main01:52
teward5.1, 5.2, and 5.3; the main reason I ask is if 5.2 or 5.3 are selected I'll have to mess with nginx-extras01:52
tewardand then some people will be sad01:52
teward(Lua 5.2+ breaks the nginx-extras Lua module, and even though that's in Universe... :/)01:53
tewards/that's in/that binary package is in/01:53
infinityteward: I recall, yes.  I remember starting to port it at one point, and then realizing I didn't care and it should be upstream's problem. :P01:53
tewardand upstream said "Nope" so :P01:54
tewardhence the reason i'm curious01:54
tewardinfinity: when is that type of decision usually finalized?  Before FF?01:54
tewardi remember having some discussion on that in -devel i think, a while ago, but eh01:54
infinityteward: When we get around to looking at things with multiple versions and trying to force the issue.01:54
infinityteward: Not today. :)01:55
tewardinfinity: heheh, didn't think today :)01:55
infinityAlright, mass give-back (for the archive) is done, I'm going to go find pizza.01:55
tewardinfinity: what a coincidence i'm waiting for a pizza delivery heh01:56
cjwatsonI've given back the last nine hours of failures across the board, including PPAs.02:23
cjwatsonNon-amd64 failures, anyway02:23
infinitycjwatson: Ta.02:23
cjwatsonAnd it turns out I actually failed to disable auto-sync, but this whole thing didn't span a time when it would have run anyway02:23
infinitycjwatson: FYI, I've kidnapped z13-028 for some glibc/gcc/binutils debugging, hence it being manual.02:26
infinityI'm pretty sure I have a host I'm meant to be doing that on, but equally sure I don't recall how to get to it. :P02:26
tsimonq2squashfs-tools needs a build retry, https://launchpadlibrarian.net/235788892/buildlog_ubuntu-xenial-i386.squashfs-tools_1%3A4.3-3_BUILDING.txt.gz is the log from the 18th, and here is the successful log from about 5 minutes ago on a local schroot: http://paste.ubuntu.com/14798469/03:52
tsimonq2squashfs-tools is in main, and I found it using FTBFS03:52
tsimonq2same with nmap, https://launchpadlibrarian.net/235788840/buildlog_ubuntu-xenial-i386.nmap_7.01-2_BUILDING.txt.gz and http://paste.ubuntu.com/14798563/04:10
cjwatsontsimonq2: sorry, no, your local testing is not rigorous enough.  In both cases, the source package in question is in main and the "missing" build-dependency is in universe, which is not currently allowed04:13
cjwatsontsimonq2: a retry will just fail the same way04:13
tsimonq2cjwatson: how do I update my schroot then to reflect this?04:15
cjwatsontsimonq2: to test builds in main, you need to make sure that your sbuild/schroot configuration is only using main, not universe etc.04:15
tsimonq2ahh okay04:15
tsimonq2thank you for the fast response, cjwatson :)04:15
cjwatsonI've never bothered setting this up in a particularly fixed way; mostly it's clear enough and if not then I just temporarily hack a chroot's sources.list04:15
cjwatsoncould probably use --chroot-setup-commands or so if I could be bothered04:16
tsimonq2makes sense, thanks :)04:16
tsimonq2!info glib2.006:11
ubot5libglib2.0-tests (source: glib2.0): GLib library of C routines - installed tests. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.46.1-1 (wily), package size 966 kB, installed size 7456 kB06:11
tsimonq2!info glib2.0 sid06:11
ubot5'sid' is not a valid distribution: kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, partner, precise, precise-backports, precise-proposed, stable, testing, trusty, trusty-backports, trusty-proposed, unstable, utopic, utopic-backports, utopic-proposed, vivid, vivid-backports, vivid-proposed, wily, wily-backports, wily-proposed, xenial, xenial-backports, xenial-proposed06:11
tsimonq2oh :(06:11
xnoxppc64el has very little builders... =(08:12
xnoxcjwatson, infinity - thanks for fixing/retrying stuff08:13
wgrantxnox: Stabbing.08:16
xnoxcould i get sponsoree merged into archive tools please? =)08:32
xnoxfun autopkgtest queue is great =)08:34
tsimonq2flocculant: OH? well OBVIOUSLY I want my branch to be merged into the QA branch, is there a specific merge request where I didn't do this right? :D15:36
tsimonq2whoops wrong channel :P15:36
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