tjaaltonhuh, xenial update shut down my desktop midway during upgrade06:43
pittiGood morning06:44
smbmorning... *sigh* another week another partial upload for grub2 to trusty...07:09
ricotzhmm, the gcc-5 upgrade in xenial-proposed is quite large, seems it wasn't properly stripped07:10
pittiricotz: oh, thanks for pointing out; that's a backporting error07:35
pittiricotz: doko often keeps debugging stuff on in devel, but that shouldn't happen in stable07:35
pittiricotz: err, is it?07:37
pitti8548582 vs. 8548494 bytes, that's not much difference07:37
pittioh, cpp-507:37
ricotzpitti, yeah, I was referring to the source package07:38
ricotzso g++-5 and cpp-5 are not stripped07:39
pittiricotz: thanks, I adjusted bug 158667307:40
ubottubug 1586673 in gcc-5 (Ubuntu Xenial) "Backport GCC 5.4.0 and binutils 2.26.1 to 16.04 LTS" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/158667307:40
pittijamespage: hey!08:00
pittijamespage: is the server team still interested in floodlight? it's been FTBFS for several cycles, not getting along with our current java08:01
pittiit's not in Debian either08:01
pittiinfinity: yay, latest Debian dpkg now has the Test-Depends: stuff; do you want to do the merge (as you TIL), or want me to?08:15
infinitypitti: I'll grab it.08:18
flexiondotorgCan I request a little help progressing a few SRUs?08:20
flexiondotorgThey are intended for 16.04.08:21
flexiondotorgI've got a couple of seemingly conflicting feedback. One bug I've been asked to open an additional but, which I'm happy to do although I don't understand what I'm being asked to do.08:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1581168 in ubuntu-mate "SRU: GTK3 scrollbars in Radiant-MATE not styled like GTK2" [High,Fix committed]08:22
flexiondotorgAnd bug I'm being asking to track the SRU in just one bug, not two. Again, happy to do that.08:22
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1577706 in ubuntu-mate-settings (Ubuntu) "SRU: ubuntu-mate-settings bug fix" [Undecided,Invalid]08:22
flexiondotorgI'd just like to better understand the correct way to progress SRUs in the future.08:23
infinitypitti: Ooo, lots of reproducibility patches in this upload too.08:32
pittiinfinity: indeed, this looks like "want it"08:33
infinitypitti: Yeahp, just going over the diff and merging now.  Keynotes don't need my full attention. :P08:33
pittiinfinity: ah, you're at debconf too? enjoy!08:33
infinitypitti: *nod*08:34
pittiinfinity: our 119kB patch is almost exclusively teh changelog :)08:34
pittiactual changes are fairly small these days, fortunately08:34
infinitypitti: I know, I've been TIL for a long time, and I take pride in that diff.08:34
infinitypitti: It was several MB when I took it over. :P08:34
pitti*clap* *clap*08:34
infinitypitti: Was there an LP bug for this, or did I make you file it upstream so we could avoid that?08:39
infinityOh, wait, found it.08:40
pittiinfinity: for what?08:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1491145 in dpkg (Ubuntu) "trigger tests for updated reverse test dependencies" [Medium,In progress]08:40
pittiah, yes, that08:40
pittithe Debian bug is linked08:40
* infinity nods.08:40
infinitypitti: Test-building, will upload during the next session.08:51
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LocutusOfBorgbroken dpkg makes me saaaaaad10:30
LocutusOfBorginfinity, please fix? :)10:30
LocutusOfBorghi btw10:30
LocutusOfBorgthis patch is the fix10:30
LocutusOfBorggetting failures such as https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mrpt/1:1.4.0-1build2/+build/1031524110:31
* LocutusOfBorg is sorry if it already is reported10:31
pittiLocutusOfBorg, infinity: uploaded, since this is OMGkittens urgency10:37
pittiI hope dpkg itself will build now :)10:38
LocutusOfBorgI guess everywhere except for armhf10:39
LocutusOfBorgsome bootstrap might be needed10:39
LocutusOfBorgdamn I uploaded a fixed mrpt, that is making opencv migrate10:39
LocutusOfBorgand it is ftbfs on armhf for this bug10:40
LocutusOfBorglets hope to finish the transition by some hours10:40
LocutusOfBorgand thanks for the quick upload10:40
pitti"pull yourself out of a swamp"  situation10:41
pittiok, hang on; I'll try to remove the previous  dpkg10:41
LocutusOfBorgoh... you not on -release10:42
LocutusOfBorgI asked that some minutes ago10:42
pittidear remove-package,  I don't want to remove ubuntu2, but ubuntu110:42
LocutusOfBorg[12:33:55] <LocutusOfBorg> pretty please kick dpkg out of -proposed? :)10:42
LocutusOfBorg[12:34:13] <LocutusOfBorg> rationale: debian bug 82954210:42
ubottuDebian bug 829542 in dpkg-dev "dpkg-dev: dpkg-buildpackage misses import of Dpkg::Control::Info" [Grave,Fixed] http://bugs.debian.org/82954210:42
pittiok, done (I think)10:42
pittiinfinity: so I guess let's just re-merge 1.18.9?10:43
LocutusOfBorgyes, I guess so10:43
infinitypitti: D'oh.  I hope a test was committed with the fix.10:44
pittinot in the same commit10:45
infinityNot at all, actually.  Oh well.10:45
* infinity merges.10:45
LocutusOfBorgthanks you both10:45
pittiyay for having a little bit of fun in devel :)10:46
* LocutusOfBorg goes back in his cave10:46
LocutusOfBorgbroken dpkg is always fun10:46
infinityThat'll teach me to go to lunch after an upload.10:46
pittiLocutusOfBorg: btw, I suppose you need to wait ~ 30 mins for retrying your FTBFS, still needs a publisher run10:47
LocutusOfBorgpitti, I guess so10:47
pittiinfinity: *shrug*, don't we all?10:47
LocutusOfBorgbut meh, I already retried :)10:47
pittiFriday evening is ZE BEST time to upload systemd *whistle*10:47
Odd_BlokeDoing `apt-get install python3.4` on xenial doesn't return a non-zero error code (despite the fact that it hasn't found such a package, and nothing has been installed): http://paste.ubuntu.com/18443198/10:47
Odd_BlokeI'm not sure what I should file a bug for that against.10:47
LocutusOfBorgpitti, possibly untested ;)10:48
pittiNote, selecting 'libpython3.4-minimal' for regex 'python3.4'10:48
pittiOdd_Bloke: apt itself, I suppose10:48
Odd_Bloke(This is going to break people doing a t->x upgrade where they explicitly install python3.4; their automation isn't going to fall over because apt didn't report an error, and then they'll be unexpectedly running 3.5)10:48
pittiapt's greedy "try to interpret everything as regexp" has gone on my nerves more than once already10:49
pittiit's really not helping10:49
infinitylibpython3.4-minimal also isn't in xenial.10:49
pittiyeah, I suppose it appears in some Breaks: or so10:50
Odd_BlokeYeah, it's in findutils' Breaks.10:51
pittiI really wish apt-get install, apt-cache showsrc etc. would just stick to "do what I said", not "try to second-guess me by interpreting my package name as a RE and then desperately try anything that matches"10:51
smbFourDollars, slangasek, Just to make sure, are you aware that the upload to grub2 in Trusty will also need a follow-up upload of grub2-signed? (proposed enabled threatens me with the removal of signed grub again)10:56
FourDollarssmb: yes, I am aware that.10:57
FourDollarssmb: Any concern?10:59
smbFourDollars, ok. So there is hope that there soon will be one, I guess. My concern right now is more that I cannot dist-upgrade without loosing signed. :)11:00
FourDollarssmb: I see.11:02
infinitypitti: That's weird.  dpkg-buildpackage worked on amd64...11:03
* infinity waits for the publisher to finish before retrying the rest.11:03
pittiinfinity: yeah, my previous ubuntu2 also worked on amd64, not sure why11:09
infinitypitti: I'm tyring not to think about it.  I'm sure there's a reasonable explanation that will give me an aneurysm on the way to understanding it.11:10
pitti+1 :)11:11
infinityMy not having .za power is going to get really old, really soon.11:11
FourDollarspitti: Could you also help to update grub2-signed for https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2-signed/+bug/1591818?11:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1591818 in OEM Priority Project "Add support for running a 64-bit Linux kernel on a 32-bit EFI." [High,New]11:12
pittiFourDollars: err, tell me how?11:13
infinitypitti: pull-lp-source grub2-signed, add changelog entry, change build-deps in debian/control11:14
pittiah, just a no-change upload?11:14
infinityWell, no-change, except for debian/control. :P11:14
infinityA not-much-change upload.11:14
pittiwow, current version is against 1.8, we have 1.11 in -proposed; what happened to .9 and .1011:15
pittiand the build against 1.8 b-deps on >= 1.711:15
infinity1.8 is in updates.11:16
infinityLooks like proposed keeps getting overwritten.11:16
pittiFourDollars, infinity: http://paste.ubuntu.com/18444168/ ?11:16
FourDollarspitti: I am not sure if you can upload grub2-signed or not.11:16
infinityOr something.11:16
infinitypitti: Bad version number.11:17
infinitypitti: Should be 1.34.1011:17
pittiI can, its binaries will just land in unapproved for another archive admin inspection, AFAIK (at least linux-signed does)11:17
infinitypitti: Otherwise fine.11:17
pittiack, thanks11:17
FourDollarspitti: thx, it looks OK.11:17
infinityErr, WTF?11:19
pittiFile grub2-signed_1.34.10.tar.xz already exists in Primary Archive for Ubuntu, but uploaded version has different contents. See more information about this error in11:19
infinitypitti: Hold on.11:19
* pitti checks publishing history and bumps11:19
infinitypitti: Why did you accept that grub2 upload?11:19
infinitypitti: It reverted what was in proposed.11:19
pittiinfinity: that's what I thought too11:20
pittiinfinity: and I rejected it11:20
smbinfinity, pitti The versions are missing for a previous attempt to update that got broken by some current softlink not correct and then taken back11:20
pittiinfinity: slangasek then told me that it was deliberately reverted, and that this was ok, so I re-accepted it11:20
pittiok, 1.34.13 it is11:20
infinityI hope someone told cyphermox he got trumped.11:21
smbinfinity, I think he know (was some kind of "oh we don't need the grub2 changes after all" thing11:22
infinitysmb: Kay.11:22
pittiit's diffy now in https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/+queue?queue_state=111:24
pittibut I don't want to self-accept11:24
infinitypitti: I already got it.11:25
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Bluefoxicylol... ternary DNS12:48
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cyphermoxinfinity: pitti: grub2> all is good13:13
infinitycyphermox: Check.13:29
Odd_Blokepitti: infinity: Apparently not considered a bug in apt: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt/+bug/159881013:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1598810 in apt (Ubuntu) "`apt-get install python3.4` on xenial exits 0 despite python3.4 not being available" [Undecided,Opinion]13:42
Odd_BlokeIn the classic vein of "I wrote and/or use this every day so I can't see that it's in some ways deficient" with a nice helping of condescension towards the bug reporter.13:43
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LocutusOfBorgpitti, please retry talloc and pptpd? :)13:51
LocutusOfBorgI should have retried everything that was failing on universe/multiverse13:51
LocutusOfBorgthey are both in main and failed for dpkg13:52
pittiLocutusOfBorg: done14:00
LocutusOfBorgI'll look at them, thanks14:01
LocutusOfBorgI don't know how to check which packages needs retry, but I think we should be good now14:01
LocutusOfBorgI looked at excuses for missing builds14:01
LocutusOfBorgbut only to stuff uploaded/syncd today, older builds might have failed14:02
pittiLocutusOfBorg: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/yakkety/+builds?build_text=&build_state=failed&arch_tag=all isn't a too bad place to start14:02
pittiactually, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/yakkety/+builds?build_text=&build_state=failed&arch_tag=i386 is easier (it should have failed on i386)14:02
pittiLocutusOfBorg: there are only a handful which failed today, I'll retry them all14:03
LocutusOfBorgindeed thanks14:03
LocutusOfBorgbut I guess I already retried them14:03
LocutusOfBorgI'm trying to understand something that was "given back" on a particular architecture only14:04
pittinope, that was it, no further victims14:04
* LocutusOfBorg leaves14:05
xnoxslangasek, should initramfs have valid /etc/passwd & /etc/group ? such that e.g.14:07
dokojamespage, rbasak: python2.7 2.7.10 is now in -proposed. would be nice if you could give it a quick check (openstack)14:07
xnoxpeople can set non-default user names & groups in mdadm and expect it to work14:07
infinityxnox: That's certainly never been a design goal.14:08
infinityxnox: But if mdadm relies on that, it should figure out how to make it work.14:09
xnoxinfinity, yes, that's what i'm trying to make work14:09
xnoxthe default is "if no config found use: 0 (root), and 6 (disk)"14:09
xnoxthe initramfs hooks write out CREATE user=root, group=disk -> which then fails to resolve lol14:10
infinityxnox: Can the IDs be resolved at hook time, and used numerically at boot time?14:11
rbasakdoko: my team doesn't touch openstack any more. I'll leave to jamespage - not sure if he's in today or not.14:12
xnoxinfinity, code does not support that in mdadm at the moment.14:12
* xnox ponders stuff14:12
rbasakOr maybe beisner can help, but I expect he's on vacation today (US holiday)14:12
xnoxinfinity, yeah i need your help =)14:13
infinityxnox: What are you doing in the next session slot?14:18
xnoxinfinity, no idea.14:18
infinityxnox: Well, if you want to find somewhere to get hacky, we can.14:19
xnoxnot doing much now either, would love to have your opinion.14:19
xnoxinfinity, where are you?14:19
infinityxnox: Listening to Vangrant talk about his reproducible build network.14:19
zygapitti: hey, what kind of extra reassurance do you need for snapd to migrate in xenial?14:48
pittizyga: 1597329 hasn't been verified, it's only been 4 days, and yakkety is still broken14:51
zygapitti: ok, I'm looking at why yakkety may be broken15:00
zygapitti: once I unbreak or understand yakkety, what's the next step, just verification?15:00
pittizyga: yes15:00
pittizyga: y> appreciated; it's been broken since 2.0.215:01
zygapitti: this fits into my "make snappy work everywhere" goal :)15:02
zygaubuntu too :)15:02
sil2100Ah, no ubottu?15:09
sil2100No, he's here15:09
ubottubdmurray, BenC, cyphermox, infinity, micahg, rbasak, sil2100: DMB ping.15:09
* zyga runs autopackagetests for snappy on yakkety, trying to understand the issue15:23
rbasakLaney, infinity: I added juliank to ~ubuntu-core-dev, which indirectly makes him a member of ~ubuntu-dev. So I don't need to explicitly add him to ~ubuntu-dev, right?15:32
rbasak(also he was already an Ubuntu member anyway)15:33
infinityrbasak: Yeah, the implicit membership should be fine.15:34
rbasakOK, thanks.15:34
juliankxnox: I'm a core-dev now, we should celebrate!16:08
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xnoxyeah =)22:37
xnoxjuliank, well done22:37
infinitypitti: After fallout in several other packages was sorted, you have a dpkg.  Cheers.23:29

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