infinityflexiondotorg_: Sorry, ended up somewhat (very) sick today.00:08
flexiondotorg_infinity, Sorry to hear. I'll "annoy" you another day :-) Rest up.00:54
amjjawadOh, launchpad is down/broken for some reason! why such things happen during before a milestone release?!01:10
amjjawadinfinity, I'm testing Ubuntu GNOME images and these are true mess :(01:11
infinityamjjawad: Security updates, it's only temporary.01:11
wxlamjjawad: for more info on that, see #canonical-sysadmin.01:11
amjjawadinfinity, the installation is broken and I just can't install anything.01:11
amjjawadwxl, "Technically, this is a 503 error and has been caused by our database being temporarily offline. " but thanks for your advice :)01:13
wxlamjjawad: have you read the topic at #canonical-sysadmin?01:13
amjjawadinfinity, http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/357/builds/113126/testcases01:13
infinityamjjawad: I'm staying far away from this milestone.01:13
wxlamjjawad: you can see who is involved in this milestone here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/XenialXerus/ReleaseTaskSignup01:14
wxlsuffice it to say, flocculant is asleep01:14
wxli believe stgraber is handling the canonical side of things, right, infinity ?01:14
amjjawadThanks infinity and wxl then guess I have to wait as there is nothing I can do except confirming bugs.01:15
wxlamjjawad: you do know you can get around the upower bug by running off ac power only, right?01:16
infinityThe upower bug was fixed, it just needs a respin.01:16
amjjawadwxl, I'm testing on Oracle VB. Not sure if that applies to that as well?!01:16
infinity(which stgraber left up to the flavours to do themselves)01:16
wxlinfinity: not true. flocculant triggered a respin and doesn't work.01:17
amjjawadhow can I know if I have access to do a re-spin or not? can I try?01:17
amjjawadto be more accurate: a re-spin for Ubuntu GNOME images only.01:18
wxlamjjawad: if you have an SSO login to the tracker and you have an LP membership that allows you to, for example, mark images as ready, you can select a rebuild in the same area there01:18
wxlamjjawad: just click the right images, and click rebuild. bvut again, i don't think it will help01:18
amjjawadwxl, indeed, I have access to mark them as ready but never touched "re-spin" as of now.01:18
infinitylftp cdimage.ubuntu.com:/ubuntu-gnome/daily-live/20160222.2> cat xenial-desktop-amd64.manifest | grep upower01:18
wxlamjjawad: and yes, if your host has a battery, remove the battery and run off of AC power and your vm will work.01:18
infinitygir1.2-upowerglib-1.0   0.99.4-101:18
infinityThe latest version isn't in those images.01:18
infinitywxl: It'll help.01:18
wxlinfinity: it isn't in the xubuntu images?01:18
amjjawaddarkxst, I'll give it a go!01:19
infinitywxl: The newest xubuntu images have -2.01:19
cyphermoxinfinity: jibel asked me to do a respin earlier too, but I have no access to do that01:20
wxlinfinity: --which is supposedly the fix, right?01:20
infinitywxl: Yes.01:20
wxlinfinity: and what i'm telling you is dear flocculant already tested it and no dice.01:20
wxlinfinity: i know the bug is fix released. i know pitti worked on it. it didn't fix it.01:20
amjjawadis there any harm if one does a re-spin?!01:21
infinityOr the testing methodology was lacking.  I'm happy to believe both.01:21
infinityamjjawad: No.01:21
wxlamjjawad: no harm. go for it.01:21
amjjawadperfect :D01:21
wxlamjjawad: if you DO get success, let me know.01:21
amjjawadwxl, sure ;)01:21
wxlamjjawad: but the battery removal WILL work.01:21
amjjawadrequest a rebuild, right?01:22
wxldo it01:22
amjjawadwxl, yes, will remember the battery thing.01:22
amjjawadDone. I must leave my home now. Will keep you posted wxl in case the new build is okay.01:27
wgrantLaunchpad is back.01:28
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wxlfwiw i'm sure when amjjawad comes back he's going to complain about the gnome images having failed :) https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-cdimage/+livefs/ubuntu/xenial/ubuntu-gnome04:29
darkxstwxl, I retried them, i386 worked, amd64 is MIA!05:23
wxldarkxst: and logs aren't very telling either http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/cd-build-logs/ubuntu-gnome/xenial/daily-live-20160224.log05:29
wxldarkxst: did you get a chance to test the ubiquity/upower bug on that i386? or does your hardware not have a battery?05:29
darkxstwxl, trying to find my usb stick so can test on my laptop05:30
darkxstmight have to go buy another one!05:30
wxldarkxst: you can do it in a vm, too05:31
darkxstwxl, will try once it downloads05:35
darkxstinfinity, amd64 ubuntu-gnome build seems to be stuck in a black hole05:50
darkxstwxl, what crashes exactly? the installer or live session?06:26
darkxstmy VM cannot see the battery06:31
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flocculantdarkxst: not having a laptop to physically look myself relying on bug report, but I know the guy tested my respun image is honest :) he says "Yes, the crash dialog appears whether I start the install process from the main menu or from the desktop icon." which implies to me that he sees live session07:25
infinityYeah, the crash is in ubiquity, so live session would work fine.07:26
flocculanthi infinity :)07:26
infinityflocculant: But also not entirely sure if your tester definitely tested a fixed image, unless it's a different crash, since the one reported literally can't happen in the new version pitti uploaded (the function call isn't there anymore :P)07:27
flocculantinfinity: well I have to assume that he did use the respun image - he's not new to testing :)07:27
infinityflocculant: Sure, but lots of people not new to testing mess that one up several times a year, me included. ;)07:28
infinitydarkxst: Lemme go find your lost image.07:28
infinitydarkxst: (You want stgraber for future complaints about this milestone, I'm supposedly not helping)07:29
infinitydarkxst: Cancelled and re-requested, should be happier.07:30
darkxstinfinity, ok noted, thanks!07:35
darkxstflocculant, I will test on a real laptop after dinner07:37
darkxsthopefully it crashed before the repartitioning bit, since I can't really do that unless I can find an old hdd07:40
flocculantdarkxst: afaik it doesn't get anywhere but starting up07:41
flocculantI'll try and breathe life back in to a really moribund laptop after work07:41
darkxstits hot here, my laptop is trying its best not to melt ;)07:43
darkxst72C basically idle07:44
flocculantI don't think the sensors on any of my hardware ever see that :D07:45
flocculantUK - it's a bit warm - oooh best rain for a few days then ...07:45
darkxstIve not since that since the prescott P4 days, wonder if the fan is gone07:45
flocculantdarkxst: ok - got this old laptop working enough - it doesn't even start the installer dialogue08:04
darkxstflocculant, can you get a backtrace?08:11
flocculantprobably if someone tells me how ...08:12
flocculantbut not now - got 15 minutes to get ready for work now :)08:12
darkxstflocculant, if it crashed, you should get crash popup?08:13
flocculantI did08:18
infinityflocculant: I've got pitti looking into it again, perhaps he only fixed one of two bugs. :P08:22
flocculantinfinity: ack08:22
infinityflocculant: pitti, pitti, flocculant08:23
flocculantha ha ha - no need for introductions :)08:24
pittiinfinity: I tried plain ubuntu for now08:24
pittiand in the live session08:24
darkxstflocculant, pitti, its crashing here also, but I am too hungry to look just yet!08:24
pittidoes that happne in the live session or in ubiquity-only, or in the "choose between those" dialog (ubiquity-dm)?08:24
darkxstpitti ubiquity-dm crashed here08:25
infinitydarkxst: Are you too hungry to get pitti some basic "dpkg -l" and backtrace info? :)08:25
pittiah, dm08:25
pittiwe are talking about bug 1548362, right?08:25
ubot5bug 1548362 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "ubiquity crashed with dbus.exceptions.DBusException in call_blocking(): org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs: No such interface '/org/freedesktop/UPower'" [Medium,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154836208:25
pittijust to avoid doubt08:25
infinitypitti: I was told it happens either in ubiquity-dm, or live+ubiquity.08:25
darkxstinfinity, I have food on the bbq, gotta run, be back in 20mins08:25
infinitypitti: I leave you with the wolves, I shouldn't be active right now.08:25
infinityOr, at least, I shouldn't be admitting to it.08:26
flocculantpitti: I have enough time to boot before leaving - I'll just double check08:26
pittiubiquity-dm also doesn't crash here08:27
pittiflocculant: is that with an actual battery? I only tried in qemu so far08:27
pittior is that somehow flavor specific?08:27
infinitypitti: Oh, it does require having a battery, yes.08:27
pittiwell, perhaps it's easier if you could describe your precise situation in that bug08:27
darkxstpitti, no dm doesnt crash its ubiquity greeter and yes its that dbus error08:27
pittiother than "requires a MacBook Pro"08:28
flocculantpitti: yea battery08:28
darkxstand my food is burning08:28
infinitypitti: Though, apparently vbox passes through enough fake batteryness on a laptop to also trigger it. :P08:28
darkxstpitti, thinkpad t400 here08:28
infinitypitti: Crashes on startup, so entirely safe to abuse your own laptop for this, it never gets to the destructive bits.08:29
pittiok, I'll try in vbox and on my laptop08:30
flocculantpitti: ok - I am seeing the No such interface /org/freedesktop/upower bug08:30
pittiflocculant: do you get an upower crash?08:30
pittiwhat does "upower -d" show?08:30
flocculantin laptop with battery08:30
flocculantI really have to go now - late already ...08:31
pittimeh, installing vbox insists on virtualbox-dkms which breaks secure boot08:31
flocculantpitti: shows a whole bunch of stuff - but no net on it atm - just got it working enough to test this08:32
flocculantand now really really off :p08:32
jibelpitti, this bug only happens on laptops with batteries. I didn't have a chance to reproduce it myself but davmor2 could with the new upower.08:40
pittijibel: I'm currently testing on my laptop08:42
darkxstpitti, I can't get wifi working, not able to install enough to get a backtrace08:45
pittimeh, this whole test was a waste of time08:48
pittiat least the current ubuntu desktop image still has 0.99.4-108:49
pittiI did get the crash, and only checked the version afterwards08:49
pittiah, /current is from yesterday, /pending is from today08:49
pittiinfinity: ^08:51
* pitti rsyncs /pending and retries with that08:51
jibelpitti, right, that's why I asked a respin. I am not sure people tested the right version and side loading upower is not trivial09:07
pittijibel: got it; let's move to #u-release to keep it all in one place09:07
jibelit's already u-release?09:08
flexiondotorg_pitti, It is possible this bug is related to upower? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/154904509:08
ubot5Launchpad bug 1549045 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity drive space and connectivity checks are missing" [Undecided,New]09:08
flexiondotorg_Because I think I'm right is saying that those checks also include a battery connectivity test?09:08
jibelflexiondotorg_, unlikely09:08
davmor2morning all09:09
jibelmorning davmor209:09
pitticyphermox: ubiquity commit 6376> please never ever use a blank "except:" statement09:10
pitticyphermox: this is always wrong, it hides stupid things like SyntaxError and the like09:10
cjwatsonyep, should always be "except Exception:" if you specifically want a catch-all09:11
pittiI'm reverting that, and put in the proper fix for bug 154795609:11
ubot5bug 1547956 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Xenial) "ubiquity crashed with dbus.exceptions.DBusException in call_blocking(): org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs: No such interface '/org/freedesktop/UPower'" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154795609:11
davmor2pitti: I commented on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/upower/+bug/1547793 with the steps I'd take, I can reproduce it really quickly and force an ssh channel onto it if that will help, at all?09:13
ubot5Launchpad bug 1547793 in Upower "upowerd crashed with SIGSEGV in g_variant_is_trusted()" [Critical,In progress]09:13
pittidavmor2: nevermind, it's all figured out09:13
pittidavmor2: see #u-release09:13
davmor2pitti: awesome09:13
davmor2pitti: we're in u-release aren't we09:14
pittidavmor2: argh, sorry, so we are09:14
pittidavmor2: I have my IRC windows the wrong way around09:14
davmor2ah u-quality09:14
davmor2pitti: ok so I grab the latest pending iso and then boot the live session enable proposed and install what package to confirm it is fixed?09:16
pittidavmor2: it's not yet09:16
pittidavmor2: ubiquity with the fix is FTBFS09:16
pittiso, no debs to test09:16
davmor2pitti: ah right09:16
pittiinfinity, cyphermox: proper fix for ubiquity crash committed to bzr09:17
davmor2pitti: okay well I'm all yours for testing when it's ready, just give me a ping with what to install from where and I'll jump on it :)09:17
pittibut the FTBFS due to all these test failures in https://launchpadlibrarian.net/242306075/buildlog_ubuntu-xenial-amd64.ubiquity_2.21.45_BUILDING.txt.gz is still an issue09:18
pittiI have an appointment in a few minutes, so I'm afraid I need to disappear for about two hours soon09:28
pittilocal ubiquity build still fails09:29
* pitti tries to revert the a11y changes09:29
infinitypitti: Just fork from the version in -release, apply critical fix, migrate that, then merge and let cyphermox deal with it?09:30
pittiyeah, .44 is more or less that09:30
pittii. e. I reverted both changes from .45, and fixed the upower one09:31
* pitti tests to build .44 in the meantime, in case it's due to dependency changes09:31
pittic'mon, .46, build09:34
pittiscrew it, that didn't help09:42
pittiso it's a dependency change09:42
pittineed to figure this out later, appointment now09:42
jamespagebdmurray, any chance we can boot bug 1530913 to updates today?12:18
ubot5bug 1530913 in nova (Ubuntu Wily) "[SRU] liberty point releases" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/153091312:18
jamespageI'd like to get that released asap12:18
davmor2cyphermox: you and me are gonna be buddies for the next few weeks I can feel it, bug #1549277 might be related to the upower stuff in some way12:36
ubot5bug 1549277 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity throws up a ubi-prepare error when using uefi and secureboot" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154927712:36
davmor2cyphermox: that is running in vm12:37
davmor2jibel: ^12:38
jibeldavmor2, sounds like a bug in the package intel-microcode12:44
flocculantpitti: any progress ?12:45
flocculantwhich sounds a bit open ended - but I'm actually only interested in ubiquity or whatever's causing the b1 issues :D12:45
davmor2flocculant: appointment plus travel time, plus lunch, so possibly not for an hour or so12:45
davmor2flocculant: soon12:46
davmor2jibel: could well be12:46
jibelor maybe not12:46
flocculantdavmor2: ack - I'm only about for 30 minutes now anyway12:47
jibeldavmor2, or an initramfs bug, in any case a missing dependency somewhere12:48
jibeldavmor2, is shim-signed installed?12:49
jibeldavmor2,  it's on hw?12:50
davmor2jibel: no this is kvm12:51
davmor2jibel: I'm wondering if it might be the new code that turns off secureboot but won't really know for a but I guess12:52
jibelcyphermox, could you have a look at bug 1549045? not sure it's on purpose14:06
ubot5bug 1549045 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity drive space and connectivity checks are missing" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154904514:06
pitticould that be related to ubiquity's test failures? they also complain about localechooser, partman etc. not being present14:14
pittior tons of missing labels14:15
pittithis for sure feels real enough that "disable the tests" wouldn't give us much -- the package might build, but still not work14:15
jibelpitti, possibly, the installer also complains about missing objects to translate, which is obviously the case14:15
pittihttps://launchpadlibrarian.net/242306075/buildlog_ubuntu-xenial-amd64.ubiquity_2.21.45_BUILDING.txt.gz -> hmm, all the partman tests14:15
pitti  * Automatic update of included source packages: hw-detect14:16
pitti    1.114ubuntu2.14:16
pittihmm, let's see14:16
pittinot sure how http://launchpadlibrarian.net/240232932/hw-detect_1.114ubuntu1_1.114ubuntu2.diff.gz could break ubiquity's tests, though14:17
pittiTemplate parse error near `Binary file (standard input) matches', in stanza #1 of tests/debconfdb14:19
pittithat's new, that didn't happen in the previous https://launchpadlibrarian.net/238709629/buildlog_ubuntu-xenial-amd64.ubiquity_2.21.44_BUILDING.txt.gz yet14:19
pittixnox, cjwatson ^ does that ring a bell by any chance?14:21
pitti(looking at the ubiquity FTBFS)14:21
cyphermoxI have been looking at those14:21
cyphermoxthe localechooser test and all are unrelated14:22
davmor2pitti, cyphermox: oh that could be why I hit this then https://launchpad.net/bugs/154927714:23
ubot5Launchpad bug 1549277 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity throws up a ubi-prepare error when using uefi and secureboot" [High,Confirmed]14:23
pittiit must be outside of ubiquity itself for sure, so none of the bundled projects14:23
pittias .44 built previously, and now not any more14:23
davmor2I'd selected third party drivers14:24
pittiand I get the "Template parse error" with building .44 now14:24
cyphermoxyes, lemme work on this14:24
jibeldavmor2, it's possible, the detection of secure boot is done in the prepare stage14:25
cyphermoxdavmor2: no, this is different, thanks for reporting14:25
pittidebconf hasn't changed since Feb 1614:25
cyphermoxdavmor2: was this on a secureboot system?14:25
davmor2cyphermox: sercureboot kvm14:26
jibeland po-debconf changed on Jan. 7th14:26
cyphermoxweird, you should have had mokutil available.14:26
pittiso we have a new apt, gnutls, perl, procps14:26
pittidebianutils, libc6, etc, OMG lots of changes14:27
davmor2cyphermox: yeap it asked for password and stuff in syslog it is complaining about the intel-microcode firmware but again might be related to hw-detect if that is broken right?14:28
cyphermoxnot at all14:28
davmor2pitti: and mokutil for disabling secureboot from userland14:29
davmor2pitti: and apps, and unity7 and14:29
davmor2+ .....14:29
pittiunity, apps etc. aren't relevant for building ubiquity I think14:29
* pitti is currently cleaning up the build logs to diff them better14:30
* davmor2 hugs pitti sounds like he needs it14:31
pittihttp://paste.ubuntu.com/15187518/ →  diff of build deps14:31
pittithanks davmor2 :)14:31
* davmor2 hugs cyphermox too or he feels jealous 14:31
jibelcyphermox, pitti there is lot of changes in ubiquity .45 to rework the accessibility code, including changes to gtk_ui14:32
cyphermoxjibel: well, I'm not especially worried about that14:32
cyphermoxlooks like things probably fail all because of the same-ish reasons as localechooser is unhappy14:33
pittijibel: they aren't it, already tested14:33
pittijibel: as I said, rebuilding .44 right now fails with the same thing14:33
pittithat's the previous version that built on Feb 1614:33
jibelah okay14:33
pittihence the diff of the build deps in http://paste.ubuntu.com/15187518/14:33
pittinothing jumps out on me, though14:33
pittiI mean, could be new grep or whatnot, but I still wonder about whether this debconf template parsing error rings a bell with anyone14:34
cyphermoxyeah, it's very suspect14:34
cyphermoxI'm testing a build of localechooser in a PPA14:34
davmor2pitti: only thing I see that is new is libkmod214:36
davmor2pitti: no red version of that14:36
davmor2oh and dash by the look of it14:36
davmor2oh and one final one coreutils14:38
cjwatsoncould well be new grep, maybe needs to run in a UTF-8 locale?14:39
cyphermoxI was suspecting sed before14:40
cyphermoxbut yeah, grep14:40
cjwatsonmight even need to be fixed in debconf14:40
pittiok, I'll try a build with the previous grep14:40
cjwatsonthough debconf-loadtemplate is perl14:40
cjwatsonoh, no, it'll be a stage or two before d-l won't iit14:41
cjwatsonpossibly the install rule in d-i/Makefile14:41
cyphermoxseems likely, localechooser on its own seems happy enough14:46
cjwatsonlet's see14:46
pittimeh, it apparently ignored  my --extra-package=/tmp/grep_2.22-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb14:47
* pitti builds it with plan B14:47
pitticyphermox, cjwatson: we have a winner!14:53
cjwatsonjust seeing if it reproduces locally with LC_ALL=C, I bet it does14:53
pittiso, we could revert grep, but I wonder if we can set C.UTF-8 for the build14:54
pittieither wholesale, or for the bit that needs it14:54
cjwatsonlet's not revert grep14:54
pitticjwatson: simply sbuilding ubiquity .44 does  reproduce it, yes14:54
pitticjwatson: yeah, I'd like to avoid that too if possible14:55
wxlhey folks. any new news on the whole upower/ubiquity thing?14:55
pittiwxl: see last 50 lines of backscroll :)14:55
wxlpitti: so, you're working on it. got it :)14:55
pittiwxl: the upower bug fix is committed, we just need to get ubiquity to build14:55
davmor2wxl: and then the 50 before that too :)14:55
cjwatsonI think just export LC_ALL := C.UTF-8 in debian/rules would likely be a good plan14:55
cjwatsonwe intend to do that centrally in launchpad-buildd at some point anyway14:56
cjwatsonbut that's a less trivial thing to change14:56
* pitti test-builds with that14:57
pittihttp://paste.ubuntu.com/15187721/ → the changelog is a bit fuzzy14:59
xnoxpitti, that's obscure =)15:00
xnoxit must be a milestone week15:00
pittiwell, we know it's due to grep, we know that UTF-8 fixes it, we are under the gun, so that's all we know about the reason :)15:01
pitti  * debian/rules: Build under C.UTF-8 locale. grep 2.23 causes broken debconf15:01
pitti    templates to be built under the C locale.15:01
pittihow about that15:01
cjwatsonI've heard of other similar things, e.g. https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=81562015:01
ubot5Debian bug 815620 in debhelper "addsubstvar fails if there are utf characters in the substvar file" [Important,Open]15:01
pittibuilds fine15:01
pittiyou have 30 seconds to object :)15:02
cyphermoxnah, go ahead15:03
pitti$ bzr push --tags15:05
pittibzr: ERROR: no such option: --tags15:05
pittibah, git, you spoiled my workflow15:05
davmor2pitti: surely you meant https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hzlt7IbTp6M15:06
pittiinfinity, flocculant, wxl: ok, so let's get https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/2.21.46 built, published, and an image rebuilt with that, and the world should be a happier place15:06
wxlpitti: get it published and i'll rebuild and test an image or two15:07
pittidavmor2: ouch15:09
cyphermoxcjwatson: pitti: thanks for looking at this15:13
* flexiondotorg_ has been following the backlog regarding ubiquity/grep. Thanks everyone.15:35
pittiwxl: it's on the mirrors now, so you should be able to dist-upgrade the live session15:41
pitti(except for armhf, that just finished building)15:42
davmor2cyphermox, cjwatson, pitti: woohoo!  Thanks all15:43
davmor2cyphermox: ummmm I hit an issue with upgrade again,  Upgrade starts now that has been fixed \o/ however now mid upgrade it kicks me out of the system and I can't log back in \o/  You love this don't you I can tell :D15:45
cyphermoxa desktop?15:46
davmor2cyphermox: I can try on a desktop this is kvm and yes secure booted again so might be related to the earlier bug15:47
cyphermoxthat's not what I mean15:47
cyphermoxwhat you're trying to upgrade is a desktop, from a logged in session?15:48
davmor2cyphermox: trusty to xenial on amd64 bit15:48
cyphermoxif so, then what kicks you out must be something like restarting X or lightdm15:48
davmor2cyphermox: one crash on fontconfig.0.crash15:48
cyphermoxoh, interesting15:48
cyphermoxwell, please file the bug for that crash15:49
davmor2cyphermox: let me see if I can get that uploaded15:49
davmor2cyphermox: bug #154935616:03
ubot5bug 1549356 in fontconfig (Ubuntu) "package fontconfig 2.11.1-0ubuntu7 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154935616:03
bdmurrayjamespage: the ceilometer package hasn't been available very long16:04
jamespagebdmurray, there was an original sru for some point releases which is ready to go16:05
jamespageand a subsequent one for ceilometer 5.0.2 and neutron 7.0.3 which is not yet tested16:05
bdmurrayjamespage: well, ceilometer 5.0.1 was superceded by 5.0.2...16:09
flocculantpitti: ty - so I booted current iso - grabbed ubiquity from proposed - started install from desktop - and it's finishing now16:17
pittiflocculant: *phew* :)16:17
flocculantsoon as queuebot says something about it I'll rebuild mine16:17
davmor2cyphermox: anything else you need from that before I kill the vm?16:28
cyphermoxall I really need is my first coffee of the day16:30
* davmor2 sets up a grip for cyphermox 16:30
flocculantpitti: it finished as well - appeared to take a while to get to the 'Remove the install media and press enter' stage - but did16:32
davmor2s/grip/drip even16:46
rbasakinfinity: please could you review my FFe request in bug 1473691?16:52
ubot5bug 1473691 in squid3 (Ubuntu) "[FFe] squid: Update to latest upstream release (3.5)" [Wishlist,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/147369116:52
jamespagebdmurray, apologies I'd not realized that had happened17:01
infinitycjwatson / pitti: Probably the same as https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grep/+bug/1547466 ?17:43
ubot5Launchpad bug 1547466 in grep (Ubuntu) "grep switches into binary mode while processing a text file" [High,New]17:43
infinitycjwatson / pitti: Didn't realize it was more far-reaching.  If we're subtly breaking translation templates and such, perhaps we either need to "fix" grep or switch buildds to UTF-8 across the board ASAP.17:43
* Laney heard about another thing that broke because of new grep17:46
flocculantpitti: when is it likely to get out of proposed?17:46
* Laney goes blind17:47
jibelflocculant, after autopkgtests are done. It's currently waiting for an executor http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/running.shtml17:52
flocculantthanks jibel :)17:55
flocculantguessed it was something like that - never seen that page before :)17:55
jibelflocculant, actually the page you should check when you're wondering why something is stuck in proposed is http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html#ubiquity which links to the page above18:00
flocculantjibel: so new question :) what if something is 'Always failed' eg ubiquity on s390x18:25
cjwatsonthen that doesn't block migration18:25
infinityflocculant: "always failed" doesn't prevent migration.18:25
infinitycjwatson: Jinx.18:25
cjwatsonubiquity is migrating at the moment18:25
flocculantok - thanks both - it's all dutch to me :)18:25
flocculantcjwatson: thanks :)18:26
cjwatson(as shown on http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_output.txt, in considerably more opaque terms)18:26
infinityOr shown in the LP UI by the fact that it randomly disappears. ;)18:26
cjwatsonhey, it's there now :P18:26
infinityCould we not propogate "pending" to that display element?18:26
cjwatsonit would probably be a good idea18:27
infinityThe delete/pending behaviour of "it doesn't exist" confuses everyone who isn't us.18:27
cjwatsonhttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+publishinghistory is the least confusing view despite being ugly18:27
cjwatson(and somewhat weird timestamp handling)18:28
infinityRight, but people land on the version page and it's blank is the complaint.18:28
infinitypublishinghistory also requires a PhD in LP to read correctly the first time.  But at least it's accurate.18:28
flocculantha ha ha18:28
cjwatsonI'll have you know I'm merely Mr Watson18:28
flocculantoh my ... dad jokes :p18:29
infinityflocculant: Well, he does have 37 kids.18:29
* davmor2 tries a netboot as everything else is broken :D18:37
davmor2cjwatson: elementary my dear Watson18:38
wxlpitti: welllll i'm finally out of my meeting. i'll check into it. thanks!18:53
wxlpitti: it's .45 we need right?18:54
cyphermoxinfinity: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/debian-cd/+bug/154763019:02
ubot5Launchpad bug 1547630 in debian-cd (Ubuntu) "Server 14.04.4 OEM Install option doesn't work" [High,Triaged]19:02
cyphermox^ more for the oops factor than anything else, really19:06
jibelwxl, .4619:07
davmor2jibel, cyphermox: OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG neboot worked I have a xenial desktop installed \o/19:07
jibeldavmor2, great, ship it19:08
wxljibel: so a rebuild will get me that, right?19:08
jibelwxl, yes19:09
wxljibel: thanks. sorry for being explicit but i want to be sure when i tell all the testers to jump XD19:09
infinitydavmor2: That's some serious excitement.19:10
davmor2infinity: to date every install attempt and upgrade from trusty attempt has failed dismally19:11
infinitycyphermox: Ahh, balls.  Want to propose an MP to debian-cd?  We still have one more point release for trusty, may as well fix it.19:11
cyphermoxinfinity: already on it19:12
infinitycyphermox: My hero.19:12
cyphermoxfwiw, 14.04.4 isn't on the wiki on Releases either19:12
cyphermoxI could only quickly find my Changes document.19:12
wxlaw crap i guess i didn't need to rebuild the d-i images :/19:12
cyphermox(and 14.04.5 isn't in the trusty release schedule)19:13
wxlcyphermox: yeah it would be nice to put it up there!19:13
infinitywxl: Clicking rebuild on the d-i images does nothing anyway.19:14
wxlimages are marked as rebuilding on the tracker but nothing on lp https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-cdimage/+livefs/ubuntu/xenial/lubuntu19:14
infinitycyphermox: Yeah, I suppose I should put up tentative dates for 16.04.1 and 14.04.5 soon.19:14
infinitywxl: The cronjob that kicks them off runs every 5 minutes, patience.19:15
* wxl breathes heavily19:15
zequenceWe have a rebuild requested, but I seem to remember it needs someone to start it manually. Is that right?19:15
infinityzequence: No, it should just magically happen.19:16
zequenceinfinity: Been a while now. A few hours. I accidentally marked the ISOs disabled first. Maybe that ruined it, somehow19:17
zequenceI could cancel the rebuild, and try again19:17
infinityzequence: Well, I see a livefs building for you.19:17
zequenceOh, good19:17
zequenceAh, yes. I see now19:18
cyphermoxinfinity: https://code.launchpad.net/~mathieu-tl/debian-cd/kernel-cli-separator-trusty/+merge/28708919:26
infinitycyphermox: Ta.19:28
wxlyofel: darkxst: flexiondotorg_: we now have the ubiquity fix to end all fixes. you need me to rebuild for you?20:30
darkxstwxl, great! I just hit re-spin for ubuntu gnome20:33
wxldarkxst: triggered. i'll try to keep an eye out when they're done but i assume you're subscribed and get the notifications?20:33
PaulW2Uwxl, flocculant looks good here on both laptops20:33
flocculantwxl: I just did kubuntu and mate20:34
wxlPaulW2U: good news. thanks for the confirm!20:34
flocculantPaulW2U: thanks \o/20:34
wxlflocculant: okie dokie20:34
wxldarkxst: oh wait, you said you hit re-spin. jesus. i need more coffee.20:34
darkxstwxl, yes I get notifications20:49
flexiondotorg_wxl, Yo21:54
flexiondotorg_wxl Thank you!21:54
wxlnp buddy. thank you! if you get to feeling like playing with ppc'21:54
flexiondotorg_Just got in from a long day at work. So nice to find a new set of isos to test.21:54
wxls, i'd love it21:54
flexiondotorg_wxl I tested Ubuntu MATE PowerPC last night.21:55
flexiondotorg_All good.21:55
wxlflexiondotorg_: well, i did mean lubuntu, but cool. :)21:55
flexiondotorg_It's late here. All I can manage is a smoke test of the new iso.21:55
flexiondotorg_I know you mean't Lubuntu :-)21:55
flexiondotorg_Just letting you know PowerPC "works".21:55
wxli aprpeciate it21:55
flocculanthi flexiondotorg_21:56
flexiondotorg_wxl I'll smoke test Lubuntu.21:56
flexiondotorg_Boot and quick install.21:57
wxlflexiondotorg_: thank you so much!21:57
flexiondotorg_By quick I mean an hout and a half ;-)21:57
flexiondotorg_flocculant, Yo21:57
wxlflexiondotorg_: mate's not been getting this, right? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/casper/+bug/154730221:58
ubot5Launchpad bug 1547302 in casper (Ubuntu) "Check disc for defects boot option displays no text in Ubuntu Gnome Xenial" [High,Confirmed]21:58
flexiondotorg_wxl, Yes.21:58
flexiondotorg_But, I've been told is a new UI.21:58
flexiondotorg_So, the check only flag up if there is an issue.21:58
wxlflexiondotorg_: wait you are or are not?21:58
wxlit's late, i know :)21:59
flexiondotorg_Just read that properly.21:59
flocculantflexiondotorg_: hang on - I think ^^ is a different issue to the one got marked invalid :)21:59
flexiondotorg_That is on my list to test, because I saw other flavours with it.21:59
flexiondotorg_Will test it in a sec.21:59
wxlcuz it's NOT in ubuntu21:59
knomewxl, please, "cuz" is not a word :)22:00
wxlknome: yes, and you didn't use a period at the end of your sentence or capitalize the initial letter so :þ22:00
knomewxl, Yes sir.22:01
wxlknome: you mean, "Yes, sir." XD22:01
flexiondotorg_wxl, You and I will have stuff to discuss on Monday :-)22:01
knomeletz åll chenz to spi-king laik thiz22:01
flexiondotorg_h@z u g0tz w@R3z?22:02
knomehaz meni torrent22:03
wxlflexiondotorg_: oooh i like the sound of that22:03
* flexiondotorg_ l1K3z t0Rr3ntz22:04
knomeI didn't know the user "wxl" used a screen reader.22:04
wxlok, it's 4 in the morning there. now i understand why knome is being a poo poo butt. XD22:04
wxl4 minutes in the morning22:05
* wxl sighs.22:05
* wxl drinks more coffee22:05
knometbe, it's midnight here, and the local time doesn't really have anything to do with how my digestion works22:06
wxlflocculant: you've already confirmed bug 1547302 does NOT affect xubuntu, correct?22:12
ubot5bug 1547302 in casper (Ubuntu) ""Check disc for defects" boot option displays no text some flavors" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154730222:12
flocculantit didn't nope22:13
flexiondotorg_bug 1547302 does not appear to affect Ubuntu MATE.22:20
ubot5bug 1547302 in casper (Ubuntu) ""Check disc for defects" boot option displays no text some flavors" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/154730222:20
amjjawadwxl, are you around?22:30
wxlamjjawad: yes, sir?22:30
flocculantevening amjjawad22:31
amjjawadflocculant, hello :D how are you?22:31
flocculantor morning more likely :)22:31
amjjawadwxl, hi, you were right :D22:31
wxloh jeez i don't think this bug should be against caspar22:31
amjjawadyep, it is 9:30am and I didn't have my breakfast yet22:31
wxlamjjawad: i put my feelers out and found out the truth. i was just passing it on :)22:31
amjjawadwxl, I took the battery out and you were right, it didn't show up however, I am sure we all know that was not a fix, just a workaround :D22:32
wxlamjjawad: yes but it's fixed now!22:32
flocculantamjjawad: that bug is fixed now22:32
wxlamjjawad: 20160224.322:32
amjjawadI just logged in so I'll test now and confirm ;)22:32
amjjawadhttp://launchpad.net/bugs/1547302 << I couldn't re-produce this bug22:35
ubot5Launchpad bug 1547302 in casper (Ubuntu) ""Check disc for defects" boot option displays no text some flavors" [High,Confirmed]22:36
amjjawaddid anyone managed to re-produce it?22:36
wxlamjjawad: it's bare metal only afaik22:36
wxlamjjawad: interestingly it's only lubuntu/gnome, too22:36
amjjawadI see ...22:36
amjjawadthat's explain why I could not see it on Oracle VB22:37
wxlso far that's the only vm i've confirmed it is not reproducible in but i have lots of bare metal reports, so it's a safe assumption at least some vms are out22:37
wxlmaybe somehow it's how we deal with plymouth???22:38
flocculantI've not checked on hardware - can do now22:39
wxldid you test on bare mmetal flexiondotorg_ ??22:40
flexiondotorg_wxl, Not yet.22:40
wxlflexiondotorg_: flocculant: put you guys into the "TO BE TESTED" section of the description XD22:41
flocculantdone - works22:42
flexiondotorg_wxl, ?22:43
wxlflocculant: you got to come up with a new nick. you're too close to flexiondotorg_ :)22:43
amjjawadSadly, I have no spare hardware to handle UG :(22:43
wxlflexiondotorg_: tl;dr let me know how the flavors works out :)22:44
amjjawadthat is why I use VM22:44
wxlamjjawad: you have the hardware you're on, right?22:44
amjjawadI can't wxl this is my main22:44
wxlamjjawad: all you have to do is boot the iso and run the self check. no installation is needed22:44
amjjawadif this will be toasted, I'm dead.22:44
amjjawadI thought you mean testing the installation hehe22:44
amjjawadYes, that I can do ;)22:44
wxlamjjawad: follow the STEPS TO REPRODUCE section XD22:45
amjjawadHehe, yep ;)22:46
flexiondotorg_wxl, Couldn't get Lubuntu PowerPC Desktop to boot.22:48
flexiondotorg_going to try alternative.22:49
wxlaw crap22:49
flocculantdone draft announcement - waiting on 3 for release notes is all \o/22:51
flocculanttime for bed said zebedee ...22:51
amjjawadwxl, does UNetbootin re-produce this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/casper/+bug/1547302 I made a boot-able USB with UNetbootin but it seems I am seeing a black screen only .. is this what I am suppose to see?23:06
ubot5Launchpad bug 1547302 in casper (Ubuntu) ""Check disc for defects" boot option displays no text some flavors" [High,Confirmed]23:06
flexiondotorg_flocculant, amjjawad wxl Are you still seeing LP: #990744 ?23:19
ubot5Launchpad bug 990744 in partman-basicfilesystems (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu installer says: The creation of swap space in partition failed" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/99074423:19
flexiondotorg_I was seeing that on yesterdays builds, but all seems fine now.23:19
flexiondotorg_Some flavours are still listing it as an issue. So wanted to check in.23:19
amjjawadflexiondotorg_, I didn't see it yet23:22
flexiondotorg_amjjawad, Thanks.23:40
stgraberqatracker is being updated now by Canonical IS, may be down for a few minutes (Drupal update)23:46
stgraberupgrade done23:59

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