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lherreraUhm... guys... sandbox environment is down... any news? https://qastaging.launchpad.net05:22
pipedreamWhy is there no Packages file here? Index of /aims/aims-desktop/ubuntu/dists/trusty/main/binary-amd6409:13
wgrantpipedream: Only compressed indexes are provided.09:40
pipedreamThere were always packages files, no? Our debmirror now started failing on this, with this PPA, not others which still have a Packages file uncompressed09:41
pipedreamis this a new development?09:41
wgrantUbuntu and Debian's official archives have been like this for perhaps a decade. PPAs only dropped the uncompressed variants recently.09:41
wgrantDid you somehow configure debmirror to only use the uncompressed ones?09:42
pipedreamwill check09:43
cjwatsonAlso, though it doesn't make a difference for this, don't use http://haetae.canonical.com/, that's an implementation detail (and I'm a little surprised it works).  Use http://ppa.launchpad.net/10:23
pipedreamcjwatson: our proxy was caching the Release file, so debmirror still thought there was a Packages file to download.11:04
pipedreamcjwatson: we hijack ppa.launchpad.net dns on campus so we can run debmirror and redirect people to local cache11:04
pipedreamthen the debmirror uses haetae (since that hasn't changed in forever)11:04
cjwatsonah, I see (where forever = 2012, but OK)11:08
cjwatsonpipedream: still, the uncompressed Packages is expected to still be in the Release file11:08
cjwatsonpipedream: apt uses that as a sanity check after decompression11:08
cjwatsonpipedream: what version of debmirror are you using?11:09
cjwatsonhttps://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=375381 would suggest that this can be caused by leftover cruft in .temp sometimes11:10
ubot5Debian bug 375381 in debmirror "fails after a disk full saying since there is no Packages file in ftp.debian.org" [Normal,Fixed]11:10
pipedream42% /srv11:45
cjwatsonI wasn't specifically asserting that your disk was full; any debmirror failure that leaves it in a state with weird cruft in .temp could have this kind of effect.11:50
pipedreamyes, the real reason was a corrupted cached Releases file. I think it mentioned only Packages not Packages.gz. That seems to have fixed itself now.11:52
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FauxIs the owner of popcon.ubuntu.com here, or is that a different service?  It's failing to upload reports for me with: File "/srv/popcon.ubuntu.com/www/popcon-submit.cgi", line 30, in <module>     mkdirs(hashDir,0755)    NameError: name 'hashDir' is not defined20:05
qenghoIs building a snap supposed to work on launchpad? I tried my first. Fails on unknown-command-assemble.20:19
qenghoI know this is bleeding edge and I should expect blood.20:19
wgrantqengho: it's complicated due to all the snapcraft compatibility breaks.20:58
wgrantqengho: I think we need to update it for some more recent snapcraft changes.20:58
cjwatsonFaux: Not us, I'm afraid.  I don't remember who runs that.  #canonical-sysadmin might have some way to figure that out.20:58
cjwatsonwgrant: I made some suggestions about that in a recent snappy-internal thread and apparently you had agreed a plan with Sergio?20:59
FauxOkay.  I might just bug-report the popcon package and let them figure it out.  Cheers.20:59
wgrantcjwatson: Ish.21:00
wgrantBut I see there's another incompatible change in the pipeline this morning.21:00
wgrantSo I might wait.21:00
cjwatsonMy suggestion was to make bare "snapcraft" without args work again, and then that would be usable with both 1.x and current 2.x.21:02
ricotzhello, please take a look at https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad/+question/28629922:15
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