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tjbiddleHi all. Trying to setup NAT. Every guide I come across seems like all directions are being run on the machine that's running NAT; but what do I configure on the client to make sure it points at that machine? Running through: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router currently.03:15
tjbiddlepatdk-lap: What do you mean nothing? How is ClientA, ClientB, ClientC supposed to know that ServerA is it's NAT if I don't specify some sort of configuration?03:26
tewarddownstream you specify the gateway03:27
tewardif you configure DHCP on the router point that does NAT right, it'll automatically configure downstream clients from the ssytem to know to go through that gateway03:27
teward(that's the case for all systems connected to routers, even the local VMs on my computers or my hypervisor)03:27
tewardand where it doesn't, you configure the gateway on the clients yourself (for static connections and such)03:29
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lordievaderGood morning.08:03
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pitastrudlhi, im trying to setup smokeping on ubuntu 14.04 vps, im getting a "/etc/init.d/smokeping: 117: /etc/init.d/smokeping: logger: not found09:36
pitastrudl" error09:36
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kettlecooked Our office server (Ubuntu Server 14.04) with software RAID (2 mirrored disks) will not boot anymore, safe mode says the raid array is degraded. Where do I start to fix this problem? I want to un-degrade it :)12:44
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lordievaderStart with checking the disks I'd say.12:46
kettlecookedlordievader, do you have a suggestion on how? Physically they seem OK, and they show up properly in BIOS/boot12:49
kettlecooked(I have very little disk managing experience sorry :( )12:49
kettlecookedlordievader, did you mean fsck?12:51
lordievaderAmong, things. Yes.12:52
kettlecookedwill try to do that12:54
dholbachcould somebody from the server and cloud teams please take a look at http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/sponsoring/14:01
dholbachand help review and resolve some of these requests?14:01
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tewardis there an ubuntu server image already prepared, maybe on the cloud images, for VMware based systems?14:45
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poohbear82port 8080 is listening and ufw is disabled, yet connection is refused in the browser. what could it be14:56
poohbear82port 8080 is listening and ufw is disabled, yet connection is refused in the browser. what could it be?15:08
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tewardpoohbear82: is this behind a router, or on an EC2 instance?15:15
poohbear82teward, virtual machines15:17
tewardpoohbear82: are they on a NAT'd connection, or connected right to a network, or what/15:18
tewardif they're NAT'd you need to portforward on wherever that NAT is handled15:19
teward(so in VBox, edit the NAT network's port forwarding rules)15:19
poohbear82teward, I'm not really sure, doesn't port 8080 go to port 8080 of the vbox if no forwarding is set up by default?15:19
tewardpoohbear82: are you using the NAT VBox item?15:20
poohbear82teward, i just looked, it is NAT15:20
poohbear82don't know what you mean by item15:20
teward"item" means the connection type in the VM15:21
tewardpoohbear82: the way NAT works is like a router15:21
tewardso depending on where you're trying to get to the VM from depends on the settings in the NAT you have to set up (port forwarding)15:21
tewardif it's from the host system that's running VBox, then you enter the IP the VM has directly with port 8080; if it's from your local network outside the host system running VBox you have to have NAT port forwarding done in VBox to make sure it port forwards, and have to make sure the host system knows to send inbound traffic to that VM for that port15:22
poohbear82teward, sorry, they are connected to internal network15:22
tewardpoohbear82: through a "Bridged Network" or a "NAT" type virtual network interface on the VM itself?15:22
poohbear82ok here is the setup: i have 2 clients, and one server. They are running plone. Plone server is running on the server. Client1 is able to connect to server on port 8100. it should also serve on 8080.WHen i try to connect to 8080 in the browser it says connection refused.15:24
poohbear82in can ping each box from another15:24
poohbear82telnet says connection refused however15:24
poohbear82nmap says port 8080 is open15:24
poohbear82netstat says it is listening on 808015:24
tewardthen it sounds like Plone isn't listening on 8080 as well15:25
poohbear82it is listening though and ready to accept requests15:25
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smosercyphermox, have you looked at bug 153932916:12
ubottubug 1539329 in tasksel (Ubuntu Xenial) "server install does not have 'standard' task installed" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/153932916:12
smoserdo you have any more info on that ?16:12
cyphermoxsmoser: I looked a little, but I didn't figure it out yet. I'm busy on other things for now16:24
cyphermoxin the meantime you can add standard to your preseed16:24
smoserwell, yes. i'm just very hesitant to do that. as the reason that i care here is that a test is failing because (indirectly) standard is not installed.16:26
smoserso , modifying that test case to insist that it *is* installed is kind of explicitly fixing the test case to test true = true16:27
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cyphermoxsmoser: fwiw, when I run installs here, I do get standard installed16:59
cyphermoxor at least, as far as I saw on ppc64el, and I think on amd64 too17:00
cyphermoxlemme check this install again, I can't remember17:01
cyphermoxok, so that was the server iso from 2016-01-1117:01
cyphermoxsmoser: yeah, the ubuntu-standard package is installed17:02
cyphermoxsmoser: could you check if on wily 'tasksel --list-tasks' lists standard? I'm not sure if it should, but it doesn't on xenial. maybe that's relevant17:03
cyphermoxwhen I ran d-i though, at the point where I reached the tasksel step it showed me the list of tasks I could install and standard was already selected17:04
patdk-wkI only have ubuntu-minimal installed on all my machines17:04
* patdk-wk did select minimal install though17:04
LifeLibertyHappihow do i ping the short name of a host instead of the FQDN.  without manually adding to host file20:13
teward!crosspost | LifeLibertyHappi20:13
ubottuLifeLibertyHappi: Please don't ask the same question in multiple Ubuntu channels at the same time. Many helpers are in more than one channel and it's not fair to them or the other people seeking support.20:14
YamakasYhe guys anyone compiled varnish vmods on ubuntu ? my source folder is wrong every time20:14
sarnoldLifeLibertyHappi: see the 'search' and 'domain' entries in resolv.conf(5)20:14
LifeLibertyHappithanks sarnold20:15
YamakasYI did before but I know I had difficulties20:16
gQuigstrying to track down a package that's supposed to be in libery-proposed20:45
teward'libery-proposed' - sounds like it's not Ubuntu, gQuigs?20:45
gQuigsneutron 2:7.0.1-0ubuntu1~cloud0,  with a fresh instance installing the cloud archive -proposed only get's 2:7.0.0-0ubuntu1~cloud020:45
gQuigsteward: sorry, Ubuntu Cloud Archive Liberty-proposed20:46
tewardah :)20:46
gQuigsthis says it should be there - http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/ubuntu-server/cloud-archive/liberty_versions.html,  but my install and this - http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/dists/trusty-proposed/liberty/main/binary-amd64/Packages says it isn't20:47
gQuigsI see the hold up might be https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cinder/+bug/153091320:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1530913 in nova (Ubuntu Wily) "[SRU] liberty point releases" [Undecided,Fix committed]20:59
gQuigsstill doesn't explain the differing version numbers though20:59
gQuigsjamespage:  cinder, glance, neutron, and keystone have all been in wily-proposed since the 8th per bug 1530913..  did tests fail on them?21:13
ubottubug 1530913 in nova (Ubuntu Wily) "[SRU] liberty point releases" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/153091321:13
alreece45Anyone have any odd tempermental issues with TCP and ubuntu servers?21:18
tewardalreece45: that's a fairly vauge question, i have never seen any issues with TCP and any of my Ubuntu servers21:19
tewardunless there's an issue at the datacenters with the data routing or something21:19
gQuigsalreece45: there was a fairly weird bug that just came though with a certain amount of TCP traffic, servers would be unresponsive21:19
gQuigsdon't rememebr where I read that... but it's fixed now21:19
alreece45teward: well... it seems to be a very vague problem. it ignores packets from both of debian workstations... while other systems work fine (UDP/ICMP also work fine)21:20
alreece45and there's not that much traffic on the server, and this is the second server it has occured on...21:21
alreece45would there be a better place/way to ask about that?21:27
alreece45Looks to be some issue with tcp_fastopen being enabled...21:38
alreece45or not...21:47
theslow1_hey everyone, I'm having some trouble with an upstrart script23:18
theslow1_running init-checkconfig, everything is fine, but when trying to start using: service unicorn-app start23:19
theslow1_status: Unknown job: unicorn-app23:19
sarnoldls -l /etc/init/unicorn-app.conf23:20
sarnoldtheslow1_: I think that can also happen if you're using a GUI environment with upstart-managed session configuration; in which case maybe try initctl --system start unicorn-app23:22
theslow1_vandorjw@DEV1:/etc/init$ ls -l /etc/init/unicorn-app.conf23:25
theslow1_lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 63 Feb  1 23:01 /etc/init/unicorn-app.conf -> /app/configuration/app1/appserver/unicorn.conf23:25
theslow1_its a headless server23:25
theslow1_there is no GUI23:25
sarnoldhow about ls -l on the target?23:26
theslow1_vandorjw@DEV1:/app/configuration/app1/appserver$ ls -l23:27
theslow1_total 423:27
theslow1_-rwxrwxr-x 1 vandorjw vandorjw 910 Feb  1 23:14 unicorn.conf23:27
sarnoldtheslow1_: okay, two theories, and I'll be honest that I don't like either one very much. (a) maybe the symlink -target- has to be named unicorn-app.conf rather than just unicorn.conf. (b) maybe the file has to owned root:root with 644 or similarly resitrctive permissions.23:28
theslow1_I'll try both23:29
theslow1_I killed the symlink and copied the file over23:33
theslow1_not it tesll me, job failed to start23:34
theslow1_at least I can debug now23:34

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