davmor2infinity, jibel: no netboot on 14.04.508:07
jibeldavmor2, in the tracker?08:08
davmor2jibel: yeap08:08
highvoltageEdubuntu 14.04.5 LTS version 20160802 testing completed and marking as ready.08:10
tjaaltonwhere does i965-va-driver get it's Section? it shows universe/oldlibs, while the package source has Section: video08:11
apwtjaalton, if it is genuinly not from the package, then it may have overrides in te archive08:34
tjaaltonapw: yeah..08:35
tjaaltonguess I can add ubuntu-archive to the bug08:35
ubot5Launchpad bug 1603199 in intel-vaapi-driver (Ubuntu) "i965-va-driver shouldn't be in oldlibs" [Undecided,New]08:36
LocutusOfBorgplease accept libtest2-suite-perl, this way I can make also libgraphviz-perl migrate11:00
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LocutusOfBorgwill trusty receive any lts-yakkety stack?14:00
LocutusOfBorgin case, please reject https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/+queue  virtualbox-lts-yakkety (source)14:02
LocutusOfBorgI followed the advice "upload and we accept when the stack is uploaded", but I didn't check if the stack was on the todo14:02
apwLocutusOfBorg, it will in time, but that is not ready yet for sure14:03
LocutusOfBorgok, so lets leave it in the queue14:05
LocutusOfBorgand accept when the other stuff is ready14:05
LocutusOfBorgso I don't have complainst about "hey vbox is not installable"14:05
tjaaltonLocutusOfBorg: no, trusty won't14:11
Sarvattno it wont get a lts-yakkety release, it stops at the next lts (xenial)14:12
LocutusOfBorgbecause no more point releases, right?14:12
tjaaltonbecause there is xenial14:14
LocutusOfBorgso, please reject virtualbox-lts-yakkety from trusty queue14:15
LocutusOfBorgpitti, ^^ :)14:15
apwoh yeah, derp14:55
slangasekso, why has the iso tracker just (yesterday) added tags to a bunch of ancient bugs?15:03
slangasekseem to all be from tests done in 2012, so looks like they can be ignored15:04
dmj_s76infinity: Any progress on the Nvidia front?15:21
rbasakinfinity: looks like the Ubuntu server 14.04.5 test URLs from http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/365/builds/127727/downloads are wrong, and need "trusty/" inserted after "daily/".15:22
rbasakpowersj: ^15:22
powersjrbasak, after or before daily?15:24
rbasakOh sorry, before.15:24
yofelwhat would be an easy way to force-badtest all kde packages in proposed? like, permanently? Some tests are known-broken, some tests are regularly building with unsupported package combinations, or different versions across architectures, ...16:33
yofelor please at least badtest kwin marble kde-cli-tools libkscreen kdepim-runtime kxmlgui extra-cmake-modules kconfigwidgets okteta akonadi-search kidentitymanagement kdelibs4support kwayland libkscreen16:35
yofelso that qt 5.6 isn't stuck on kde16:35
Mirvrelease team ^ ok from my side too, plus add to the list: kde-baseapps16:39
Mirvunity8 fix should land soon so tomorrow we could see if we could get the migration to happen16:40
infinityyofel: What's the point of having tests if none of them work? :/16:43
infinityyofel: And "unsupported package combinations" shouldn't happen.  If it can happen in testing, it can happen for users too.  ie: your dependencies are wrong.16:44
infinitytjaalton: Did you and tseliot get a chance to look at the nvidia issues?16:46
dmj_s76I can confirm that the initramfs-tools related nvme bug is fixed in the latest iso, and the nvidia login-loop issue remains.16:50
infinitydmj_s76: The other nvme bug should be fixed too (the ubiquity one).16:51
dmj_s76infinity: I'll put one of the nvme drives in a bios machine and let you know the results16:53
yofelinfinity: it's not that none work, but some don't and some testbeds are broken (we mostly got the autopkgtest stuff from debian and don't know what to do with it)16:53
yofelinfinity: after a closer look the package versions are actually ~ok this time - at least inside a package set, but I still see tests where some architectures build for a new version, and some for the old one, which makes all latter architectures useless to me16:53
yofeland then there's the tests that run on architectures that I cannot even debug even if I wanted...16:53
yofelit's not that I consider the tests a bad thing, but they're kind of in the way if there's nobody that will fix them16:56
jbichaspeaking of unusual combinations from autopkgtest, there's bug 160698316:59
ubot5bug 1606983 in Auto Package Testing "test triggered from depwait package" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/160698316:59
infinityWeird.  pitti may have been playing.17:01
Mirvyeah Kubuntu has huge amount of tests but if they don't have people to fix the inherited-from-Debian tests, they should be overridden if casual look at them and manual testing doesn't reveal any functionality problems in the said packages (and that has been done)17:07
Mirvthis time around there is actually less failing autopkgtests that than in some previous releases17:07
infinityWe've had (nearly) all of them passing in the past, which is why britney's upset now.17:08
infinityIt only blocks on regressions.17:08
infinityBut I'll look a bit later.17:08
dmj_s76infinity: cyphermox: I can confirm that nvme installs now work in bios mode using default partitioning!17:18
dmj_s76tested on latest 14.04.5 iso17:19
tjaaltoninfinity: tseliot is looking into it17:41
infinitytjaalton: Kay.  Time's a factor. :)17:43
infinitytjaalton: (I can delay the point release for this if I have to, but I'd prefer not to)17:43
tjaaltonyeah he knows17:47
slangasekinfinity: do you suppose it's a bug that we have /var/log/apt/history.log in the liveCD's squashfs?18:57
slangasek(it does happen to have ultimately come in handy for identifying the install media used in a number of bug reports against shim-signed, where the rest of the data included was lacking...)18:58
infinityslangasek: It's perhaps an itty bitty bit of wasted space, but I'm not sure I'd see it as a bug.  As you say, it's (very) occasionally useful for debugging, and it'll get rotated into oblivion on an installed system.19:01
infinityslangasek: Call it an accidental feature? :P19:01
slangasekinfinity: well, I would prefer bug reports that actually show me the version of the install media, instead of having to reverse-engineer this based on dates in that log :)19:02
infinityslangasek: Do they not generally include that?  apport ones, that is.19:13
infinityslangasek: Anyhow, I have no strong feeling either way.  It's technically a live-build bug any time it leaves cruft behind that isn't needed for the live or target system, but I also don't have the patience to hunt down every 3k file that we've missed.  Feel free to fix it if you want. :)19:15
slangasekinfinity: they're meant to, but at least for some of these bugs where the install itself is failing (so, before installer logs are copied over), seems not19:16
slangasekbdmurray: ^^ do you know if apport is meant to know how to report the install image version in a case of a package installation failure before the install is done (e.g., bootloader)?19:17
infinityIt certainly could, if it doesn't currently.19:18
slangasekat a random guess, the apport that triggers is in the context of the target chroot, so doesn't see the install media at all at that point?19:19
infinityI wouldn't think so.19:19
slangasekit's not a kernel crash handle19:20
infinityOh, maybe.  I'm not sure how segv handlers resolve in that context.19:20
slangasekit's a dpkg package handle19:20
infinityThen perhaps it would be the chroot one.19:20
infinityIn which case, the fix would be for us to copy the media info immediately after copying the squashfs.19:20
infinityRather than at the end, with the logs.19:20
* slangasek nods19:22
infinity(does it annoy anyone else that, in the context of storage, "media" has become both plural and singular?)19:23
infinityWe should copy the MEDIUM info right after the squashfs. :P19:23
slangasekit doesn't bother me at all, because I don't recognize it to be true ;-)19:24
infinityslangasek: No?  Do you ever say "what medium did you use to install that?"19:24
slangasekinfinity: yes ;)19:24
infinityIf so, you're rare. :P19:24
infinity("What medium did you use?" ... "I didn't, I used the large.  Took forever to download.")19:25
cyphermoxinfinity: don't mix things up, I keep having mediums call me at home.19:31

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