Mirvwillcooke: infinity: 14.04.4 scheduled for Thursday, graphics stack still in -proposed, could we get it migrated and spin an image that can be tested?09:38
willcooketjaalton, anything needed there ^09:39
willcookeseb128, ^09:39
seb128willcooke, unsure, maybe one for infinity or slangasek09:41
tjaaltonyeah infinity knows what's up09:41
willcookethx chaps09:41
davmor2infinity: we need that fixed asap as we are meant to be iso testing the images for Thursday kinda pointless if half the stack is missing09:43
davmor2jibel: ^09:43
tjaaltonmaybe it's the sru bug on libdrm holding the stack there.. some autopkgtest fail but not because of libdrm09:46
tjaaltonI can release libdrm..09:47
tjaaltonafter lunch :)09:47
Trevinhobdmurray: about error https://errors.ubuntu.com/problem/f5a30ad7cf912401f232bacc99a71903afd0188d I think we can "ignore" that. It's a random crash that happened in other versions too... So we can safely continue with unity SRU updates I think.10:28
jamespagearges, hey - the arm64 build of ceph for bug 1535278 is running out of memory - I can upload an fix to limit the parallel make processes to stop that if you are ok with that approach - we have that in xenial already11:26
ubot5`bug 1535278 in ceph (Ubuntu Trusty) "0.80.11 stable point release" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/153527811:26
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tjaaltoninfinity: copied libdrm to trusty-updates, should unblock the rest of the stack?15:00
tewardwould someone be willing to peek at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-letsencrypt/+bug/1535101 regarding the removal and sync blacklisting of two packages from Xenial?15:01
ubot5`Launchpad bug 1535101 in python-letsencrypt-apache (Ubuntu) "Please remove python-letsencrypt and python-letsencrypt-apache from the archive." [Wishlist,New]15:01
infinitytjaalton: What was holding the stack back was literally no one telling me that they'd tested it at all.16:53
tjaaltoninfinity: test with what? are there images with these somewhere?17:02
infinitytjaalton: The dailies have included the new stack for weeks.17:02
infinitytjaalton: Basically since the day I accepted and built it all.17:03
tjaaltonok then17:04
jderoseinfinity: does 14.04.4 seem on track for release this thursday, or do you expect it to be delayed somewhat?17:14
infinityjderose: I'm considering delaying another week, due to lack of testing of dailies up until now.17:23
jderoseinfinity: okay, thanks. yeah, it's slightly concerning to me that the X and mesa bits are still only available in proposed :)17:23
wxlhey ya'll lubuntu's lacking alternates since the 5th. here's the latest logs http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/cd-build-logs/lubuntu/xenial/daily-20160208.log18:33
cjwatsonapw: ^- so this is because initramfs-tools-bin wants to move to optional, http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/priority-mismatches.html - but I think that might actually be a bug.  shouldn't initramfs-tools-core depend on initramfs-tools-bin?  it seems to still use wait-for-root at least18:36
wxlalso our amd64 live18:36
wxloops http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/cd-build-logs/lubuntu/xenial/daily-live-20160208.log18:37
apwcjwatson, yes, that would be a bug, phththt, that is a merge issue, as in -bin is ubuntu local18:37
cjwatsonwxl: that one looks transient based on https://launchpadlibrarian.net/236991109/buildlog_ubuntu_xenial_amd64_lubuntu_BUILDING.txt.gz, I'd expect it to vanish tomorrow18:38
apwcjwatson, i assume that is some kind of warning and fixing it tommorrow is ok ?18:38
wxlcjwatson: i'll hit a rebuild on the live one to confirm then.18:38
cjwatsonapw: well, it breaks alternate image builds, but other than that I suspect the priority: important papers over it18:39
cjwatsonfor the time being18:39
apwcjwatson, i'll get it fixed thanks18:39
cjwatson(this is the sort of reason priority-mismatch handling isn't automatic ...)18:39
wxlapw: cjwatson: that's fine on this end. i'm sure the server guys might gripe since they use d-i, too. i'll come complain tomorrow if it's not fixed by then. thanks agin!18:40
apwok ta18:41
cjwatsonwxl: they use d-i, but they use a different mechanism for constructing the base system and that dodges this bug18:41
cjwatsonserver is building fine18:41
wxlah ok well then all is well. hopefully i won't talk to you guys tomorrow XD18:41
wxlcjwatson: is the problem with trusty the same deal? http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/cd-build-logs/lubuntu/trusty/daily-20160208.log18:58
infinitywxl: We haven't been releasing trusty alternates for HWE point releases anyway.19:06
infinitywxl: So, probably not the end of the world if they're not building. :P19:06
wxlinfinity: oh duh yeah. i keep forgetting that. thanks.19:07
slangasektjaalton, cyphermox, infinity: LP #1523637 is a libdebian-installer bugfix, which requires a new debian-installer upload to take effect in the netboot image AIUI; is someone handling that?19:30
ubot5`Launchpad bug 1523637 in libdebian-installer (Ubuntu Trusty) "grub-installer fails due to alternate disk partition error - 14.04.3" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152363719:30
tjaaltonslangasek: good point, didn't think of that19:32
cyphermoxI can do the upload19:33
tjaaltoncyphermox: if you upload a new d-i I'll review & ack :)19:33
cyphermoxtjaalton: ^19:58
tjaaltoncyphermox: thx, i'll check it out first thing tomorrow21:28
cyphermoxtjaalton: ack21:31
tjaaltondavmor2, jibel: in case you missed it; trusty dailies can be used for testing22:10

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