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freezer_https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mdadm/+bug/1320402 is this bug still being worked on?00:47
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1320402 in mdadm (Ubuntu) " mdadm resyncs imsm raid in "Normal" state" [Undecided,Confirmed]00:47
freezer_had a resync after, and it looks like already during installation of Ubuntu 15.10 Server with RAID1 Softraid00:48
freezer_installation was being very slow00:48
freezer_first boot also, then checked mdstat and dmesg, showing it was marked unclean00:48
freezer_and resync in progress00:48
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freezer_r8169 seems to prevent C603:25
freezer_package state03:25
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cyphermoxutlemming: around?03:36
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lordievaderGood morning.08:47
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coreycbarges, when you get a chance can you promote packages for bug 1318721 and bug 1530913?09:34
ubottubug 1318721 in Ubuntu Cloud Archive juno "RPC timeout in all neutron agents" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/131872109:34
ubottubug 1530913 in nova (Ubuntu Wily) "[SRU] liberty point releases" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/153091309:34
rharperrbasak: I've updated Bug 1539634 with SRU text and a new debdiff which added DEP3 headers to the patches.  I've also tested out upgrading NM first to the new version in the debdiff, then upgrading libnl (proposed) and that path allows updating libnl without breaking networking09:43
ubottubug 1539634 in network-manager (Ubuntu Trusty) "network-manager crashes when using libnl-3-200-3.21.1-1ubuntu1" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/153963409:43
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yossarianukhi - I have a few internal (non PROD) servers that have unattended upgrades enabled, it works fine except that boot gets full due to kernel updates10:24
yossarianukits there a sensible way of removing older kernels and ensuring the present + newest kernels are NEVER removed ?10:25
yossarianukand automating old kernel removals.10:25
robb_nlhere is an explanation to remove _all_ old kernels... with some tampering you should be able to leave 2 kernels....10:30
henkjanpurgekernels is good to cleanup old kernels http://apt.ring.nlnog.net/deb/pool/main/p/purgekernels/10:35
henkjanhooks in apt to do cleanup at every apt-get dist-upgrade10:35
yossarianukrobb_nl: henkjan: cheers10:39
yossarianukmy fear was that you had installed a new kernel, not rebooted - ran a script which deleted the present kernel..10:40
henkjanthe purgekernel packages detects your running kernel and won't remove that one10:51
pesariyossarianuk: which ubuntu version? kernels are marked as auto-removable (which unattended-upgrades can be configured to do) after ubuntu 13.xx I think10:53
punkoivanI have some trouble with ubuntu 14.04.311:07
punkoivanI trying to install this one with preseed file. So, for this be done I need to edit preseed file and txt.cfg in isolinux dir.11:08
punkoivanWhen I try to create usb-boot via unetbootin or UsbDiskCreator i can't boot from this flash (syslinux boot error)11:09
punkoivanwhen I use dd - it's ok bootable, but flash mounting only readonly, so I can't edit any file on it.11:09
yossarianukpesari: its 14.0411:11
yossarianukit doesn't seem to mark them removable (they show as 'ii' in dpkg -l )11:11
pesariwhat does apt-get autoremove say?11:12
punkoivanCan anyone help?11:14
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Jeeves_Mosswhat would cause APT not to pull new pacages from a new repo, even after an update?18:33
OerHeksJeeves_Moss, what new repo? a ppa?18:33
rwwrun apt-cache policy packagename for some packagename in the new repository that's an upgrade from the current repository set18:34
rwwthen put in pastebin18:34
Jeeves_MossOerHeks, I'm trying to install Elasticsearch2.x  -  https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/setup-repositories.html18:36
Jeeves_Mossrww,  run apt-cache policy18:39
Jeeves_Mossrww, N: unable to locate package elasticsearch18:39
jrwrenJeeves_Moss: did you run apt-get update?18:43
sarnoldgah I hate archives hosted on s3, they break directory listings :(18:43
jrwrenJeeves_Moss: see also: http://jrwren.wrenfam.com/blog/2014/09/29/elasticsearch-on-ubuntu/18:44
Jeeves_Mossjrwren, yes, I ran the update.18:44
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NetCodehey there19:54
NetCodecould anyone help me with an issue i have with ubuntu 14.04? i’ve setup a user to SSh in with a key but their PW is still allowing them in… any help out there please?19:54
PiciNetCode: that doesn't disable password authentication.19:55
PiciYou'd need to modify /etc/ssh/sshd_config, although I'm not sure off the top of my head if you can do that on a per-user basis.19:55
rwwtl;dr: yes19:56
NetCodei later went into the ssh_config and saw the line Password Authentication yes19:56
Picissh_config is for outgoing ssh, sshd_config is for incoming.19:56
NetCodei erased the # and changed it to no, then restarted the server and still not working19:56
NetCodethat’s where i went wrong.. hmm let me try19:56
Picialso the answer to the question rww posted has some more info on setting it per user/group/whatever19:57
NetCodealso (very new to all this) i didn’t make a backup of the ssh_config but just copied it to my computer then reuploaded and replaced the original… would all the persmissions and what not still be okay?20:00
NetCodewhoops sorry20:03
NetCodedid my last question make sense?20:03
NetCode(and i closed the channel and lost the link… anyway to repost? - new irc client..)20:04
NetCodethey are currently set to rw-r--r-- (644) for the ssh_config20:06
NetCodethat look correct?20:06
NetCode(just creatd the server)20:06
sarnoldNetCode: and the owner, too?20:08
NetCodethis is create20:08
NetCodei’m ssh’d in right now20:08
NetCodei was editing ssh_config thinking i was securing it when i was supposed to be doing the sshd_config lol20:09
NetCodedang this irc client lol20:10
NetCode(user error)20:10
NetCodeso yes i am the owner of the server20:11
NetCoderw-r--r-- (644) that look correct for ssh_config?20:11
sarnoldif it's also root:root, yes20:11
NetCodeyeah i’d assume it’s still root20:13
NetCoderoot and one other user has been created20:13
sarnoldcheck :) ssh can be insanely picky about file ownership and permissions20:13
NetCodesarnold: how would i check? i’m using cyberducky and have basically been using cmd i20:15
sarnoldNetCode: ls -l /etc/ssh/ssh_config20:15
NetCodesarnold: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 169020:16
NetCodethat’s what it returned20:16
sarnoldgood good :)20:16
NetCode*close one20:16
NetCodeif i deleted it and restarted the service would iti create a new one?20:16
sarnoldthe ssh_config file is used by the ssh client on the computer20:17
sarnoldthere isn't a service to restart20:17
sarnoldand most users on the system wouldn't have permissions to write into /etc/ssh/ anyway20:17
sarnoldthe ssh client would use compiled-in default values, which might be reasonable enough, but the file wouldn't be recreated20:18
NetCodesarnold: ahh so since this is a remote server i really don’t have to worry about it right?20:18
NetCodesarnold: i feel like i messed it up by copying it to my computer > editing a line > then sending it back and replacing the original20:18
NetCodesarnold: maybe i’m just crazy20:19
NetCodesarnold: way too new and getting overly concerned likely20:19
sarnoldNetCode: it's certainly more likely to go wrong than just editing the file on the system itself20:19
NetCodesarnold: yeah i didn’t know how to edit the file remotely (until now), before i was just copying it locally then sending it > replacing remote file20:20
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NetCodehowdy all, anyone familiar with serverpilot?23:23
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haidar_I have error CPU does not support kvm extension in ubuntu server the virtualization in enable and the vt-x also the processer is intel core i7 any idea??23:33
sarnoldare virtualbox modules loaded? I wonder if that'd give wrong results23:34
haidar_yes it is23:37
lordievaderhaidar_: What does 'egrep -c '(vmx|svm)' /proc/cpuinfo' return?23:40
haidar_get 023:40
lordievaderPretty much, follow the pre-instalation check-list: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Installation23:40
lordievaderSound like virtualization is not enabled, the i7 does support virtualization ;)23:41
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haidar_I don't know I enable the virtualization in bois and check it in windows and get yes23:43
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haidar_I did that check list already23:45
sarnoldif the virtualbox modules are loaded, unload them and try again23:45
sarnoldodd about the /proc/cpuinfo output though.23:45
haidar_how can I unload it please23:46
sarnoldrmmod <modulename>23:46
sarnoldmodprobe -r may go faster if it recursively removes unused modules..23:47
haidar_ok i try that23:47
haidar_sir how can I know the modulename23:50
sarnoldhaidar_: iirc they have 'vbox' in their name, lookthrough lsmod | grep vbox output23:51
haidar_i run this command i get vbox video and vbox guest and drm23:54

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