cpaelzergood morning06:25
pittiGood morning07:00
cpaelzerhi pitti, welcome to the new week07:00
pittihey cpaelzer, wie gehts?07:00
cpaelzerpitti: mal wieder das Montags-Grauen wenn man soertiert was die Woche anstehen sollte, aber Gut :-)07:01
cpaelzerpitti: Ich hoffe bei Dir ists auch nciht schlimmer wie sonst07:01
* cpaelzer is no motivation genius this week :-)07:02
pitticpaelzer: I just went back to bed :-P07:03
cpaelzerpitti: then you shouldn't reply here right?07:03
pitticpaelzer: nah, alright, we had a nice weekend and now off into the ping/email backlog07:03
cpaelzerk, so same as me07:03
cpaelzerpitti: except I expect your backlog to be a magnitude bigger07:04
pitticertainly not a magnitude -- it can't be bigger than what I can do in a day :)07:05
pittiginggs: right, some package already dropped the upstart jobs, so syncing/dropping them to reduce delta seems fine to me07:05
pittiginggs: and anythign > xenial can't boot with upstart anyway as it's gone07:06
ginggspitti: thanks07:25
dholbach@pilot in07:51
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knoctehi guys, is there any sane way to install a gtk3 theme by not having to trust a PPA?08:40
xnoxLogan, no, we are not merging 1.109:45
xnoxLogan, do not merge it, we _reverted_ to 1.009:45
juliankHmm, 3 things fail for apt/1.4~beta1: (1) doxygen - because it requires osmium which is gone in zesty (2) postgresql-debversion - because of some 9.6 vs 9.5 madness (3) unattended-upgrades due to PEP 8 issues10:15
juliankI can fix (3) later today, (2) seems hard, and (1I I'm not srue10:16
* juliank wonders why doxygen is even part of the apt autopkgtests10:17
juliankapt b-d on it, but shouldn't that be the opposite direction?10:18
xnoxjuliank, doxygen's debian/tests/control depends on apt10:32
xnoxfor better or worse...10:32
dholbachTribaal, do you want to prepare debdiffs for the other releases for bug 1644153 too?10:37
ubottubug 1644153 in python-jujuclient (Ubuntu Zesty) "SSL handshake fails on xenial, yakkety, zesty" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/164415310:37
dholbachor do you want to wait for the build to pass and test on zesty first?10:37
Tribaaldholbach: sure, I can do that10:37
dholbachlet me know when you're done and I'm happy to take a look10:38
Tribaaldholbach: I just realized my quilt patches didn't have the headers, I'll add them to the new ones10:38
dholbachcool, thanks10:38
Tribaal(or to zesty as well if it's not late)10:38
Tribaaldholbach: I applied the diff manually on zesty -I'm pretty confident it'll work :)10:39
Odd_Blokerbasak: gce-compute-image-packages was added to the ubuntu-cloud packagesets for yakkety/zesty; we're also going to be SRU'ing it as a new package to trusty and xenial; can it be added to a packageset before it exists, or will I need to work with someone (an AA?) to do the first upload before that can happen?10:42
pittiLaney: wow, look at the queues on http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/running10:47
pittiLaney: somehow suspicious that armhf finished so much faster :)10:47
pitti(but looks alright on excuses)10:48
cpaelzersmallest and biggest platforms win the autopkgtest race10:49
Laneypitti: I noticed!10:49
Laneypitti: did you ever think about using lxd for the other arches?10:49
pittiLaney: think, yes; if we had an index of which tests have isolation-machines, we could dispatch the other ones into LXD instead of full VMs10:50
pittibut never managed to implement, this is quite involved10:50
Laneydensification seems to work quite well for this workload10:51
pittiLaney: yeah, the 3 mins overhead of cloud instance preparation are the dominant factor for these perl tests in particular10:52
rbasakOdd_Bloke: it seems to have let me add it for trusty and xenial. So see if that works?10:52
rbasakcyphermox: any opinion on bug 1641124 please?10:55
ubottubug 1641124 in multipath-tools (Ubuntu) "Default failback value is badly chosen" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/164112410:55
Odd_Blokerbasak: Will do so at some point today; thanks!10:56
Odd_Bloke(LP is certainly allowing me to nominate for those series now, which is how I noticed this in the first place.)10:56
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pittirharper, smoser: the systemd side of bug 1636912 is in -proposed now, this should unblock that cloud-init bit that you had to revert in the previous round11:38
ubottubug 1636912 in cloud-init (Ubuntu) "systemd-networkd runs too late for cloud-init.service (net)" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/163691211:38
pittirharper, smoser: I tested it locally, but would appreciate if you could give it a whirl and v-done?11:38
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Tribaaldholbach: attached debdiffs for yakkety and xenial on https://launchpad.net/bugs/164415312:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1644153 in python-jujuclient (Ubuntu Zesty) "SSL handshake fails on xenial, yakkety, zesty" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:16
rbasakcyphermox: in response to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openvpn/+bug/1211110/comments/50, we now have a fresh report at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openvpn/+bug/1634689. Please could you take a look?12:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1211110 in openvpn (Ubuntu) "network manager openvpn dns push data not updating system DNS addresses" [High,Incomplete]12:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1634689 in openvpn (Ubuntu) "DNS leak after upgrade to 16.10" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:34
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dholbachTribaal, thanks13:07
Tribaaldholbach: I wasn't entirely sure about the version numbering - but I *think* that should cover all bases.13:07
dholbachI'll take a look13:08
Tribaal(upgrading xenial -> yakkety -> zesty will work)13:09
dholbach@pilot out13:21
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Tribaalwoohoo thanks dholbach13:24
dholbachanytime Tribaal13:24
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LocutusOfBorg$ syncpackage -f daemontools14:08
LocutusOfBorgginggs, ^^ :) wrt upstart dropping14:09
LocutusOfBorgdidrocks, please double check the sync :)14:12
rharperpitti: nice! I'll rebuild the UC16 image with cloud-init changes to the systemd unit for networkd14:44
chilukstgraber, where does lxd store the information gathered by lxc config show <container>?  I'm just curious how to migrate a container that has attached devices since I haven't discovered where the configuration for the attached disk lives.15:33
chiluktych0 ^^ do you know?15:54
chilukis that all stored in the /var/lib/lxd/lxd.db ?15:54
tych0chiluk: yes15:54
tych0chiluk: you can add another remote and then do a `lxc copy host1:container host2:`15:54
tych0and it will copy the container and all its config15:54
chiluktych0: ok.. that's what I figured you'd say.15:54
tych0chiluk: alternatively, you can do a, `lxc config show foo | lxc config edit bar`15:55
chiluktych0: some of the earlier documentation still refers to tarballs and scp..15:55
tych0if you just want to copy the config between different containers15:55
tych0chiluk: orly, where?15:55
chiluktych0: I'll send it your way if I come accross it again.15:55
tych0chiluk: cool, thanks!15:55
chilukI was looking at all this saturday when I rebuilt my server with compartmentalized lxc containers for each application.15:56
tych0chiluk: \o/ :)15:56
chilukpretty happy with the results so far.15:56
chiluktych0: are you working on lxd now?15:59
tych0chiluk: yep15:59
chiluktych0: how long has that been going on?15:59
tych0chiluk: three years :)16:00
tych0well, i guess LXD has only existed for two16:00
tych0but before that i was working on LXC16:00
chiluktych0: I always associate you with desktop people... probably because you own that tiling window manager ..16:01
tych0chiluk: ha, yes. in fact i've never done any desktop work for canonical at all :(16:01
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naccmdeslaur: so to be clear, we don't need to carry forward any of the 76/78/80 patches and the build flag change?16:38
naccmdeslaur: re: imagemagick16:38
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cyphermoxrbasak: mdeslaur: ack, I will look again18:10
naccbdmurray: i'm looking to do another MRE for php7.0 to x and y. Would it be appropriate to re-use the prior bug (LP: #1569609)? Or should I file a new bug?18:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1569609 in php7.0 (Ubuntu Xenial) "[SRU] microrelease exception for src:php7.0" [Wishlist,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/156960918:25
bdmurraynacc: If the other one was successful / Fix Released then a new one.18:29
naccbdmurray: ack, thanks!18:30
mdeslaurnacc: exactly, the only diff we need with debian is the build-depends change18:46
naccmdeslaur: thanks!18:50
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naccrbasak: should we merge iproute2 (re: LP: #1615209) ?23:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1615209 in iproute2 (Ubuntu) "ip crashes after a few times adding and removing network namespaces" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/161520923:38

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