mwhudsonheh the autopkgtest queue for zesty/amd64 looks a bit crazy00:45
tyhicks@pilot out01:16
tyhickssponsored virt-manager (LP: #1634304) and will be security-sponsoring mariadb-{5.5,10.0} (LP: #1638125) and proftpd-dfsg (LP: #1462311) after they finish building in the security PPA01:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1634304 in virt-manager (Ubuntu Zesty) "Unable to complete install: 'Couldn't find hvm kernel for Ubuntu tree" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/163430401:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1638125 in mariadb-10.0 (Ubuntu Xenial) "USN-3109-1: MySQL vulnerabilities partially applies to MariaDB too" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/163812501:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1462311 in proftpd-dfsg (Ubuntu Trusty) "proftpd mod_copy issue (CVE-2015-3306)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/146231101:18
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tsimonq2Hey guys, how would I go about having a comment added here? https://merges.ubuntu.com/universe.html03:12
tsimonq2As in a comment on a package03:12
tumbleweedtype and press enter03:12
tsimonq2I can't do that...03:13
tumbleweedyes you can03:13
tumbleweedclick in a comment field, type, e...03:14
tsimonq2Thank you03:14
sarnoldcool :)03:18
pittiGood morning08:05
naccdoko: fyi, upstream libwebp is going to have the full fix for the neon detection bits in 0.5.2, we can drop the delta once it's packaged: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/webp/issues/detail?id=31308:32
bdmurrayseb128: This crash seems to only affect the SRU'ed version of libreoffice - https://errors.ubuntu.com/problem/3f5546617f0b197529d734bee9ae770fb485b92d08:41
dokonacc: looks ok if it's arm64 only. we can't assume neon on armhf08:46
naccdoko: ack, I'll make sure to test that (0.5.2 isn't packaged yet in debian, not sure it's actually released upstream yet, that patch is just queued for it)08:49
smoserpitti, systemctl status home.mount08:57
smoser   Loaded: loaded (/etc/fstab; bad; vendor preset: enabled)08:57
smoserwhy 'bad' ?08:57
pittismoser: not sure, my laptop says "loaded (/etc/fstab; generated"08:57
pittismoser: any journal errors about that?08:58
smoserinteresting. do you have a home.mount ?08:58
pittismoser: not on disk, just from the fstab generator in /run08:58
pittiUUID=deadbeef /home           btrfs   defaults,subvol=@home 0       208:58
pittii. e. nothing surprising08:58
pittismoser: do you have a drop-in for this or an on-disk unit?08:59
stgraber   Loaded: loaded (/proc/self/mountinfo)08:59
stgraber   Active: active (mounted) since Wed 2016-12-07 14:43:31 CET; 19h ago08:59
smoserpitti, i've not done anything.09:01
seb128bdmurray, hum, thanks, let's see what Bjoern has to say about it but I expect that he's going to say that the number of reports is too low and it's in statistical errors not relevant09:01
smoseron zesty another sytsem, i see http://paste.ubuntu.com/23597482/09:01
pittismoser: so, anything about home.mount in journal?09:01
smoserseemingly more normal09:01
smosernot much09:01
pittismoser: yep, that's how it looks like here too09:01
bdmurrayseb128: okay, than that I'm happy with fully phasing it09:03
seb128bdmurray, ok, great, thanks for reviewing those and for unblock the snapd-glib one!09:03
pittismoser: any errors in systemd-analyze verify /run/systemd/generator/home.mount other than the "unit is bound to inactive..."?09:03
smoserpitti, systemd-analyze verify shows nothing at all09:05
smoserpitti, if you want to come and look i can let you09:05
pittismoser: which room?09:05
smoserbut i'm not terribly fussed on it at this point09:05
smoserserver room.09:05
pittirharper: resolvconf updated in x/y/z09:22
rharperpitti: thanks!09:22
naccrbasak: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_file_format09:25
naccslangasek: is it correct to assert that a 'patches-applied' version of a srcpkg only makes sense for 3.0 (quilt)09:26
petn-randallHi, were would I find the VCS used for packaging for rng-tools? I plan on introducing rng-tools5 to Debian again, and I'd like to inherit the VCS history to retain the contributions of the Ubuntu maintainers.09:39
naccpetn-randall: afaict, no vcs was used; it might have been bzr, but the last update was in vivid (15.04)09:52
naccpetn-randall: or at least, i'm not sure there's a gurantee there was09:52
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petn-randallnacc: Is there some implicit scheme where I could expect to find the bzr repo?09:56
naccpetn-randall: this seems to be 'current': https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-branches/ubuntu/vivid/rng-tools/vivid09:59
naccpetn-randall: or more accurately (historical branches): https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rng-tools10:00
naccpetn-randall: if you want to look at the same sort of thing, but from git, I could import it for you on the side (or you could run that import locally), to at least keep the history. It won't match the VCS exactly (in that it doesn't know about bzr), but will have the fully history of the srcpkg in ubuntu10:01
petn-randallnacc: I'd only import the master/current branch, not all branches, since I only want to retain the contributions of Ubuntu devs, and not retain all releases of all Ubuntu releases (this is of limited use for Debian). The bzr repo already helped me out a lot, thanks.10:04
slangaseknacc: if you mean "does patches-applied make sense for a package with debian/patches that's format 1.0?", yes it's correct that this does not make sense10:14
naccslangasek: ack, thanks!10:16
naccpetn-randall: np!10:16
naccslangasek: and one step further, is '3.0 (quilt)' the only format for which it makes sense to have a difference between patches-unapplied and patches-applied10:17
slangaseknacc: yes, because it's the only format for which dpkg-source applies packages10:27
slangaseknacc: a 1.0 package may have bits in the diff.gz that are unpacked to locations outside of debian/; but there is no equivalent "patches-unapplied" in that case10:27
smoserpitti, so i think yesterday you were saying i could dropin to be After=cloudinit-local.service10:57
smoserfor systemd-fsck@dev.service10:57
smoserthat is what looks right.10:57
smosercan you do a 'Before=systemd-fsck@dev.service' ? or is that not possible or desireable due to the @10:57
pittismoser: that's possible; if you have a template unit already, you have %I, so you can do Before=systemd-fsck@%I.service10:59
pittiand otherwise, if you know the device already, put that in10:59
smoserwell, ic an't know the device until i run11:00
smoserand at that point its too late.11:00
smoserso i think dropin seems maybe the only thing i can do11:00
pittismoser: that seems fine11:01
smoserpitti, so the path then is:11:05
smoser /lib/systemd/system/systemd-fsck@.service.d/cloud-init.conf11:05
smoserthe @ i ddin't know for sure. thanks11:06
pittismoser: I'm not sure if you can literally do "Before=bar@.service" and it would automatically apply to the same instance as the unit it came from11:07
pittiI think that won't work, but feel free to give it a try of course11:07
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smoseri think it wont work also11:13
pittirharper: ah, Thomas already responded (I think you did test in sid, right?)11:22
rharperpitti: yes11:22
rharperbut ifupdown/networking  only11:22
rharperI'll reply11:22
rharperI've not tested networkd in debian11:23
pittithat should be enough to ensure it doesn't regress11:23
rharperI think so too11:23
rharperbut I want to double check11:23
rharperbefore I say yes11:23
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pittismb: /proc/sys/net/core/rmem_default13:14
pittismb: udevadm info --export-db|grep -c ^P:13:22
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nacccpaelzer: LP: #159302413:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1593024 in zend-framework (Ubuntu) "Unblacklist and sync zendframework 1.12.18+dfsg-1 (universe) from Debian unstable (main)" [Wishlist,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/159302413:53
nacccpaelzer: c#16 (some bullets in c#14 for context)13:53
nacccpaelzer: https://wiki.canonical.com/ServerTeam/ServerReleaseHandling14:17
caribourbasak: looks like the 'broken' samba package we rolled back is still present in xenial-proposed :15:30
caribousamba | 2:4.3.11+dfsg-0ubuntu0.16.04.2 | xenial-proposed15:30
caribourbasak: shoudn't it be removed from there also ?15:31
Laneyapw: doko: do you know what's up with linux/amd64 and linux/ppc64el autopkgtests on zesty?15:31
Laneyare they being skipped?15:32
dokoLaney: no idea, and apw is on paternity leave15:33
Laneydoko: it's blocking your gcc-6 and binutils :-)15:33
dokosure, I know that15:33
infinityEh.  Why was that run with --all-proposed?15:34
infinity4.9.0 isn't in release yet.15:34
LaneyDon't know, but 4.8 wasn't any better15:35
infinitySo, someone from the kernel team should look at them and tell us if it looks like the toolchain broke them or if their tests just suck.15:35
infinitybjf: ^15:35
bjfinfinity, can you tell rtg what the issue is and what you need him to look into?15:39
infinityrtg: Your autopkgtests are failing in zesty for the new gcc and binutils uploads, can you look into the logs and decide who to blame?15:40
rtginfinity, can do15:41
LaneyThere's already a badtest for linux15:41
infinityOh, is there a current one?15:42
infinityWell, maybe that's just the way to go for now, but that's getting really old.15:42
infinityA testsuite that almost never passes is pretty useless.15:42
LaneyMaybe there's some history there though15:42
rbasakcaribou: yes, but I'm told it needs an AA to do a v-f removal.15:45
rbasakWe should get better at this though. If people are volunteering to test -proposed for us, the least we could do is remove known broken stuff, IMHO.15:45
caribouah, ok. Someone just reported the issue on the Trusty bug15:45
rbasakslangasek: bug 1644428: please could you delete samba from xenial-proposed? ^15:46
ubottubug 1644428 in samba (Ubuntu Trusty) "Unable to log in with AD account after update" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/164442815:46
dokohttps://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=845690 was kernel related, but that one is fixed15:47
ubottuDebian bug 845690 in binutils "binutils: creates unbootable kernel on x86-64" [Important,Fixed]15:47
rbasakStrictly speaking it's bug 1584485 I think actually. That's where the v-f is.15:47
ubottubug 1584485 in samba (Ubuntu Trusty) "Upgrading samba to latest security fixes together with winbind in nsswitch.conf can harm entire OS" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/158448515:47
rbasakslangasek: and, to add to our discussion the other day, perhaps v-f removals should be a routine AA task to add to the list?15:48
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mwhudsonare autopkgtests actually running?18:22
naccmwhudson: i think the queue lengths are still huge at least for amd64/i38618:23
mwhudsonnacc: yeah, they are suspiciously similar to the queue lengths when i went to bed18:24
naccmwhudson: iiuc, there might be some issues with one of the infra pieces, but i'm honestly not sure18:25
ginggsthe amd64 is moving, earlier it was on the libs, now it's  down to open-vm-tools, openafs, etc.18:36
ginggs^ queue18:36
ginggsthat's still on the tests triggered by glibc18:37
mwhudsonginggs: oh ok, i guess i'll just be patient then :)19:07
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