sergio_br22every week I get some broken package in xenial :/01:11
sergio_br22stuff is really moving fast01:11
sergio_br22i just fixed a package last week, and it's broken again01:11
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Odd_BlokeWe have a script that generates a summary of merge proposals that we're interested in, and we want to get a list of all the merge proposals that have a review requested from our team.  However, team.getRequestedReviews excludes MPs that someone in the team opened (as documented at https://launchpad.net/+apidoc/devel.html#team-getRequestedReviews), making this difficult.12:37
Odd_BlokeI've had a poke around in a debugger, but I didn't see a good way of getting around this; is it possible to get what we want from the team object?12:37
Odd_Bloke(If not, we could presumably iterate over things submitted by members of the team to gather the list, but I didn't want to resort to that if I'm missing an easier way of doing it)12:38
wgrantOdd_Bloke: Unfortunately there's no review requested of the team once someone claims it.12:38
wgrantIt is completely transferred.12:38
Odd_Blokewgrant: That's fine; but it doesn't even return unclaimed reviews.12:39
wgrantI miread.12:39
wgrantOdd_Bloke: It doesn't exclude MPs that someone in the team opened. That bit of the docstring just means that it only returns MPs that have a direct review requested of the team or person on which you invoke the method; it doesn't include reviews requested of teams that they participate in, so it doesn't return the full set of reviews that they can do.12:43
wgrantThat doesn't seem like it would be a problem for you. What's the exact issue you're seeing?12:43
Odd_Blokewgrant: Ah, OK; let me try to get a minimal test case for you (after lunch ^_^).12:51
wgrantOdd_Bloke: I must regrettably sleep imminently, but someone else might be around then.12:51
Saviqhey guys, it started happening yesterday - s390x builds for unity8 get stuck each build https://launchpad.net/~ci-train-ppa-service/+archive/ubuntu/landing-010/+build/903171512:55
Saviqwe've been cancelling them, but I thought it might be interesting for you12:55
wgrantAh, is that why all the s390x builders keep dropping out...12:56
* wgrant pokes.12:56
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wgrantSaviq: Looks like an sbuild change, only hitting s390x because the buildds are xenial due to the new port. Keep cancelling the builds for now, but we're investigating a fix.13:04
Saviqwgrant, ack, tx13:08
Odd_Blokewgrant: cjwatson: We've seen our arm64 builds get stuck at https://launchpad.net/~cloudware/+livefs/ubuntu/xenial/cpc/+build/52672 a couple of times now; any ideas what's going on?  (The last one which I cancelled did not end up with a build log)13:35
Odd_Bloke(That last one being https://launchpad.net/~cloudware/+livefs/ubuntu/xenial/cpc/+build/52586)13:35
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: Possibly the same as the s390x issue above.13:37
cjwatsonI bet it depends on the apt in the chroot.13:37
Odd_BlokeOur s390x builds are passing (and hit that same codepath).13:39
Odd_Bloke(Which isn't to say it isn't the same issue manifesting itself differently, of course :p)13:39
cjwatsonWell, wait, livefs builds can't be the same thing.13:40
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: I can't see this build, though.  What does it look like from your end?13:40
Odd_Blokecjwatson: It's "Currently building" with http://paste.ubuntu.com/15107531/ as Buildlog.13:41
cjwatsonUm, not sure13:41
Odd_Blokecjwatson: Which is what the last build looked like before I cancelled it (which then didn't get a build log attached to it).13:41
cjwatsonwgrant: ^- could that be the out-of-loop-devices thing?13:41
wgrantDoesn't really look like it, but I suppose it's possible...13:50
wgrantI cancelled one just like that this morning.13:50
wgrantCould also just be a boring nbd hang.13:51
cjwatsonSaviq: fixes on their way14:39
Saviqcjwatson, there you go https://launchpad.net/~ci-train-ppa-service/+archive/ubuntu/landing-010/+build/903268915:13
cjwatsonSaviq: thanks, just awaiting proposed-migration of sbuild now15:14
cjwatsonat least for the s390x case.  this does affect some other architectures too, but the exact circumstances that trigger it are build-dependent15:15
Odd_Blokecjwatson: Has anything changed for the arm64 builders that might have caused us to start seeing this?  (We've never seen it before yesterday, and it's now happening most runs)16:08
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: We're gradually moving things into scalingstack, but you seem to have had successful runs on scalingstack builders before.16:18
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: Which builder is this on?16:18
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: bos01-arm64-009, right?16:19
Odd_Blokecjwatson: I can't see the builder which the failures happened on; our current build (which hasn't reached the potential hang point yet) is on -004.16:19
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: You've definitely had a mix before today.  I'm sorting out some other upgrades right now, but as soon as I get the chance let me try resetting the bos01-arm64-{001..010} guests and seeing if that helps.16:24
Odd_Blokecjwatson: Thanks. <316:25
Odd_Bloke(So it looks like it hangs when we try to use a loop device for not-the-first-time; don't have the full build log so I don't know if I missed one in between refreshes, but it might be the second time)16:32
cjwatsonSaviq: s390x is all sorted now.  as I say the same thing will affect other architectures in some situations - I've filed a ticket for the upgrade17:10
Saviqcjwatson, thanks17:11
qenghoHi hi. I'm stuck by the bzr-git bug that pukes when a Git commit in a foreign import is GPG signed. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bzr-git/+bug/108440322:12
ubot5Launchpad bug 1084403 in bzr-git (Ubuntu) "no support for gpgsig tags" [High,Triaged]22:12
qenghoGiven first-class-ish Git branches on LP, can the importer import straight to a git branch, instead of trying to bzr-ize it?22:13
wgrantqengho: Direct git->git imports are not currently supported, but I was actually going to start investigating that today.22:21
wgrantIt's easy to mirror manually with a cronjob in the interim.22:22
qenghoI rebooted, didn't see reply. Is there a way to import a Git repo to Launchpad, not Bzr-izing it along the way?23:38
wgrant09:21:54      wgrant | qengho: Direct git->git imports are not currently supported, but I was actually going to start investigating that today.23:41
wgrant09:22:05      wgrant | It's easy to mirror manually with a cronjob in the interim.23:41
qenghowgrant: right. Thanks.23:42

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