FourDollarsHi, I would like to do a SRU for https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-power/+bug/1100546 on xenial. Could you help me?02:22
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1100546 in indicator-power "Power indicator favours 'not present' mouse over laptop battery level" [Medium,Triaged]02:22
sarnoldFourDollars: have you seen this yet? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates02:25
FourDollarssarnold: I am reading it.02:26
FourDollarssarnold: Is there any thing I missed?02:40
sarnoldFourDollars: I -think- just a mention that you've been running it locally without trouble, mention if the zesty fix has had any bugs reported or not, and maybe bug the sru team02:42
sarnoldFourDollars: this handy chart should say who is on sru duty any given day https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates#Publishing02:43
FourDollarssarnold: OK. I see.02:44
FourDollarssarnold: Thx for your information.02:44
sarnoldFourDollars: you're welcome :) I hope it's useful, hehe02:44
FourDollarssarnold: But I need to nominate it for xenial first. Do you have the permission to nominate it?02:45
sarnoldlets find out :)02:46
sarnoldyay looked like it worked :)02:46
FourDollarssarnold: OK. Thx a lot. :)02:46
pittibarry: I just ran the systemd "upstream" autopkgtest on debian sid, which also recently got kernel 4.9; same problem with the qemu crash apparently08:21
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ahasenackhi, any idea why apt on xenial would "Ign" downlading a Release.gpg file when there is no InRelease file?12:07
ahasenack /var/lib/apt/lists only has the two files at the bottom: Packages and Release12:08
ahasenackit's missing Release.gpg, which the repository has (http://ubuntu-cloud.archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/dists/xenial-updates/newton/)12:08
ahasenackif I run apt update again, it still won't download the gpg file12:08
ahasenackonly if I remove the two files it downloaded (Packages and Release), then it will download the gpg one and be happy with the signature12:08
cpaelzerahasenack: I can confirm your finding once I forced it into the state http://paste.ubuntu.com/23821784/12:16
cpaelzerI don't know how you got there, but if I just drop the gpg file I kind of end up like your pastebin12:16
cpaelzerahasenack: with Ign and the gpg not being refreshed12:17
ahasenackI see12:17
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barrypitti: that's interesting, right? :)14:14
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juliankbdmurray: Ah, I just found out what is wrong with apt xenial test case. The bug only involves redirects from http to https in xenial18:11
juliankAnd the provided test case tests a https->https redirect so it does not break in xenial, because we let curl handle it internally there18:12
juliankI should replace the test case then with "install ttf-mscorefonts-installer" I think18:12
juliank1/4th of my dinner is burnt because I was so eager to find out what happened :/18:16
bdmurraythat seems more fragile to me18:16
juliankOh, I can also do my own test case18:17
juliankbut that one is in the test suite already...18:17
juliankbdmurray: You could also try "https://people.debian.org/~jak/a b/c" - in 1.2.18 it will request "~jak/a b/c" which apache redirects to "~jak/a" causing a 40418:20
juliankEhm, with http not https18:21
juliankAlthough it fails with https as well in 1.2.1818:21
bdmurrayokay, that failed and succeeded for me18:23
juliankbdmurray: Now we're getting all kind of weirds report that it does not work on the bug because users just upgraded apt and not apt-transport-https ...18:24
juliankThe same used to happen with libapt-pkg and friends18:25
juliankAll people ever do is "apt install apt" and then wonder why things did not get fixed :)18:25
bdmurraymaybe put the package name in the test case?18:25
juliankI added a note now18:26
juliankI wonder if I should add a "Breaks: apt-transport-https (<< ${source:Version}" to apt anyway.18:26
juliankThat simplifies things a bit.18:26
juliankbut it seems a bit overkill18:27
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pdeeehlieberman, RAOF: is one of you working on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-letsencrypt/+bug/1640978/comments/25 ?20:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1640978 in python-letsencrypt-apache (Ubuntu Yakkety) "letsencrypt 0.4.1 contains numerous bugs fixed upstream" [Undecided,New]20:03
pdeeeI'm not sure who the right person to handle rbasak's request is20:04
pdeeemeanwhile the upstream Certbot team is wanting to change what we say about Xenial at https://certbot.eff.org/20:07
dokocoreycb: python/trusty ping ...20:09
pdeeethe options are use our certbot-auto script, which is a bit janky but works, or use Ondřej Surý's PPA, which has recently reached maturity, but which might also create complexity because it contains a bunch of other packages20:12
acheronukanyone able to help with the failing (timeout) unity8 test which is blocking migration on qtbase here?20:12
coreycbdoko, hi20:15
dokocoreycb: were you able to test your patch with the python2.7 version in trusty?20:15
coreycbdoko, yes, i believe it's in the trusty upload queue now20:16
dokocoreycb: cool, thanks! did you have time to look at the other issues?20:16
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coreycbdoko, that fix (for kombu) fixed up cinder and glance. i just noticed nova also had a failure.  i'll see if that's also fixed by the kombu update.20:19
setuidCan someone with access to kernel.ubuntu.com please run 'git update-server-info' in the ubuntu-zesty.git repo root?20:19
setuidIt's a broken repository right now20:19
dokocoreycb: thanks!  I'll give back the builds once the fix is in the archive20:20
coreycbdoko, ok great20:20
setuid$ git clone http://kernel.ubuntu.com/git-repos/ubuntu/ubuntu-zesty.git20:20
setuidCloning into 'ubuntu-zesty'...20:20
setuidfatal: repository 'http://kernel.ubuntu.com/git-repos/ubuntu/ubuntu-zesty.git/' not found20:20
setuidIt's a valid directory and URI, but the repo is broken20:20
cjwatsonsetuid: you may get more relevant eyeballs in #ubuntu-kernel; I expect you could also work around it for yourself by cloning https://git.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-kernel/ubuntu/+source/linux/+git/zesty instead20:26
setuidcjwatson, I was looking for current mirrors, found some... questionable.. mirrors20:27
cjwatsonsetuid: I *believe* that the kernel.ubuntu.com repo is itself a mirror of the one on Launchpad ...20:28
cjwatson(or maybe it's the other way round, not totally sure)20:28
setuidubuntu-xenial, 9 commits. ubuntu-yakkety, 9 commits, ubuntu-trusty, 422087 commits20:28
cjwatsonCertainly the intent was eventually for LP's git hosting to supersede kernel.u.c, though there are some long-standing feature requests we need to sort out regarding fine-grained access control before that can really happen20:29
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dokoslangasek, infinity: we need to address the dpkg merge at some time, and decide about pie on some archs. my understanding with kees (private discussions) is that performance regressions should be considered21:30
rharperslangasek: rbasak:  I've marked verification-failed on  bug 1649931 ; added comments;  it's likely we may want the nvme fix to go in asap and then re-submit the DNS issue after that clears through;21:43
ubottubug 1649931 in resolvconf (Ubuntu Yakkety) "systemd-networkd needs to ensure DNS is up before network-online.target" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/164993121:43
slangasekrharper: yep, I have already uploaded the new systemd to the queue, thanks :)21:43
slangasek(and accepted it)21:44
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achiangteward: hola, noticed that you maintain the nginx ppa -- wondering if you could upload a 1.10.2 stable version to pick up some bug fixes...23:24
tewardachiang: relevant: https://twitter.com/teward001/status/814545963960377345 and https://twitter.com/teward001/status/817472538230030336 and https://twitter.com/teward001/status/821855809361608708 and all comments on the first one.23:25
tewardin that order chronologically23:25
tewardachiang: always track my twitter, where I make notices about those PPAs.23:25
tewardsuch as when things don't build and i'm stuck at not being able to make it work, etc.23:25
tewardworking on stuff now though (just don't bug me until it's done)23:25
teward*swears on the live of his ex and his current love interest he will smack the next person to ask for the PPAs to get updated*23:26
tewardachiang: also relevant: https://bugs.launchpad.net/nginx/+bug/165759623:26
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1657596 in Nginx "[PPA] fPIE/fPIC build problems" [Critical,In progress]23:26
achiangteward: ok, sorry for the noise. didn't realize twitter was the best way to keep up with this ppa23:27
tewardachiang: I always announce updates there23:29
tewarda lot of PPA users follow me just for those announcements23:29
tewardachiang: it also never hurts to look at https://launchpad.net/~teward/+archive/ubuntu/nginx-stable-testing/+packages either, 'cause test packages get uploaded there23:29
tewardwhen you see a lot of red Xes next to the archs, and a package revision of 1.10.2-* you know something is being worked on but it blew up23:30
tewardthis took me almost 3 weeks to debug23:30
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