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tsimonq2Any chance I can get some help kicking imagemagick through zesty-proposed?02:07
tsimonq2I'll do some more local testing, but it would help to get it through for Alpha 2.02:08
tsimonq2http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_output.txt - it shows it breaks things02:08
tsimonq2Like I said, I'll play with it locally, but if someone has a solution, please ping.02:08
tsimonq2bug 1550210 is in our release notes02:09
ubottubug 1550210 in imagemagick (Ubuntu) "Desktop file does not open ImageMagick from the menu" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/155021002:09
krytariktsimonq2: You should better focus your efforts on this one then though: https://launchpad.net/debian/+source/imagemagick/8:
tsimonq2krytarik: I'll file a bug tomorrow03:10
tsimonq2krytarik: Thanks, nice catch.03:10
juliankSo, fairly close to a workaround for the APT issue.03:11
tsimonq2juliank: \o/ \o/ \o/03:11
juliankIt turns out that the whole thing is caused by (a) by-hash producing the same URI for empty icons-128x128 and icons-64x64 and (b) apt merging targets with the same URI03:11
juliankThe targets then ended up in some kind of different state, and the whole thing went a bit strange.03:12
juliankSo what I just tried out is only merging files for the same destination.03:12
juliankThat fixes the issue, but breaks a minor part in the test suite testing the merging targets works.03:13
juliankI'll go to sleep now and hope DonKult has a better idea in the next hours... (it's 4 am now!)03:14
tsimonq2Thanks juliank :)03:14
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cpaelzerhi, anybody ever hit "../sysdeps/nptl/fork.c:156: __libc_fork: Assertion `THREAD_GETMEM (self, tid) != ppid' failed." on our platforms that do container based testing?08:48
cpaelzerI ran into that driving a nova test for a proposed qemu update, but from my search I'm almost convinced it is unrelated to the actual thing that you test08:49
cpaelzerThis is how it looks for me https://objectstorage.prodstack4-5.canonical.com/v1/AUTH_77e2ada1e7a84929a74ba3b87153c0ac/autopkgtest-zesty-ci-train-ppa-service-2379/zesty/s390x/n/nova/20170124_144900_ec0dd@/log.gz08:49
cpaelzerall efforts on it so far seem to have stalled to a halt https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/9225661/ https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/2/6/470 https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1539208:50
ubottusourceware.org bug 15392 in nptl "Linux, setns, PID namespaces, fork: assert() about pid inequality hit sporadically" [Minor,New]08:50
cpaelzerSince it seems to be something that might just "randomly happen" I wanted to ask if anybody else has seen that?08:51
cpaelzerfor now I'm rerunning it to check if it is really random for me as well08:52
juliankWhoa, snapcraft tests take a long time.10:54
juliankLaney, tsimonq2: OK. I got a complete workaround (the right fix?) for the icon tarball hashsum mismatch issue. I can upload that now. I wonder if that affects anyone else than kubuntu, though, and I don't know if the other workaround (do not fetch 128x128 icons) is already enabled.11:03
Laneyjuliank: plasma-discover is the package that enables both - I don't see an upload changing that11:04
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juliankLaney: OK, I cherry-picked that from its branch and the fix for partial requests on sourceforge from master and uploaded it :)11:12
juliankthe partial request thing was #165756711:12
juliankbug 165756711:12
ubottubug 1657567 in apt (Ubuntu) ""Content-Range: */<file size>" on non-416 responses considered invalid" [Low,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/165756711:12
Laneyjuliank: many thanks ;-)11:13
Laneywe can kick a new kubuntu build once apt goes in11:13
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fossfreedom_cjwatson: re this ISO boot issue (screenshot in the bug report) - is this some sort of isolinux theming issue - if so, any ideas how we can resolve this for Ubuntu Budgie? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/syslinux/+bug/165927813:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1659278 in syslinux (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu Budgie does not boot directly to ubiquity try/install screen" [Undecided,New]13:40
cjwatsonIIRC there's some horrible thing buried in debian-cd or something13:41
cjwatsonfossfreedom_: yeah, see lp:~ubuntu-cdimage/debian-cd/ubuntu tools/boot/zesty/boot-*, look for HIDDEN_TIMEOUT in particular13:43
cjwatsonthe semantics are a bit of a mess but are explained in the gfxboot-theme-ubuntu changelog, items for 0.9.3 and 0.9.913:44
cjwatson(sorry ...)13:44
fossfreedom_cjwatson: oh... that is making my head spin trying to understand that.13:50
rbasakcyphermox: are you aware of the network-manager and network-manager-applet SRUs in Xenial?13:51
rbasakJust wondered if you were still involved and/or had an opinion.13:51
cjwatsonfossfreedom_: it is unpleasant, sorry - but I think the above is probably enough information to fix the bug13:53
fossfreedom_cjwatson: k - thanks. think I understand this.  How can I test a proposed merge request?14:12
cjwatsonfossfreedom_: la la la14:12
cjwatsonfossfreedom_: best is probably to remaster an image with hidden-timeout=2 or whatever hacked into the relevant config file, but you'll need to figure out where ...14:12
cpaelzerjamespage: coreycb: I've hit THREAD_GETMEM in the nova dep8 Test triggered by the install of ca-certificates14:13
cpaelzerjamespage: coreycb: I've asked about that about 5.5h before now in the chan, but nobody else responded to have seen it14:13
cpaelzerjamespage: coreycb: since it shows up "again" on s390 on my retest I wonder how common that might be - have you seen those issues?14:14
jamespagecpaelzer, I'll defer to coreycb and zul for that answer14:14
coreycbcpaelzer, i've never seen it unfortunately14:14
cpaelzercoreycb: this was my former question with a bit more details https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2017/01/25/%23ubuntu-devel.html#t08:4814:16
cpaelzercoreycb: really never - weird14:16
zulcpaelzer:i dont remember seeing that either14:16
cpaelzerthanks zul and coreycb14:17
cpaelzerI'm just puzzled on how random it might be as I hit it on ppc&s390 at first and s390 only on the retry14:18
coreycbxnox, have you come across this at all on s390? ^14:18
coreycbcpaelzer, it sounds like it's container related then14:18
cpaelzerseems to be able to happen on any of the autppkgtest environments that use containers14:18
cpaelzeryes that is what I found from my debugging this morning14:18
cpaelzeror even "pid namespace" related to be even more specific14:19
mitya57Mirv, hi! Do you have any plans to update qtcreator? It currently blocks qbs migration because it was built against old version, and with new qbs it FTBFS (https://launchpad.net/~ci-train-ppa-service/+archive/ubuntu/2401/+packages).14:19
coreycbcpaelzer, yeah i'm surprised i haven't seen it before14:19
cpaelzerfor now I'll rerun it again to see how transient it is, but the 3/4 I've seen so far do not appear as "almost never" to me14:21
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coreycbcpaelzer, possibly related: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/linux.kernel/G7aBRlEGHqw/tXT9cJV_AwAJ14:32
coreycbcpaelzer, https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1539214:33
ubottusourceware.org bug 15392 in nptl "Linux, setns, PID namespaces, fork: assert() about pid inequality hit sporadically" [Minor,New]14:33
coreycbcpaelzer, https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/2/6/47014:33
cyphermoxrbasak: sorry, I can look but I don't know off the top of my head14:37
cpaelzercoreycb: yeah that is the bug I linked this morning14:42
coreycbcpaelzer, oh, sorry :)14:49
cpaelzercoreycb: no reason to excuse14:50
cpaelzercoreycb: I just hope you didn't spend too much time to re-find that14:50
Mirvmitya57: hi. not special plans, feel free to update though as the delta is smallish these days and easy to keep.15:23
mitya57Mirv, OK, will try to update it.15:31
rbasakxnox: please can you explain _why_ you make changes in your changelog entries? Take bug 1657909 for example, which is in limbo because we don't know why you made a change.15:34
ubottubug 1657909 in gnome-keyring (Ubuntu Yakkety) "SSH service should be hidden from Startup Applications too" [Low,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/165790915:34
rbasakxnox: also if you could explain in the bug, that would be useful.15:34
fossfreedom_andyrock: Hi - seb128 signed you up on this bug report affecting Ubuntu Budgie!! https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/budgie-desktop/+bug/1631745  ... any chance you can have a quick glance over my proposed patch to gnome-menus please?15:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1631745 in gnome-menus (Ubuntu) "hostname-panel crashed with SIGSEGV in g_slice_alloc()" [High,In progress]15:46
andyrockmmm the fix is not a real fix15:48
andyrockwe need a proper bt or valagrind log to solve it15:49
fossfreedom_k - my intention is not to affect any other desktop like Unity - just needed to get budgie-desktop to run through the original code because the problem does not occur with that codebase15:54
fossfreedom_valagrind doesnt help here - it doesnt crash - I guess its a race condition of somesort and the slow running through valgrind doesnt exercise the issue.15:54
andyrockgnome-panel does not crash16:17
andyrockit can be that the problem is in budgie-desktop main menu code16:19
andyrockfossfreedom_ i'm ok with that patch16:19
andyrockbut I'm wondering why you can't just distro patch directly in budgie-desktop16:20
fossfreedom_andyrock: yeah  - discussed with upstream - they couldn't reproduce this so would not deal with the issue (understandably)16:20
fossfreedom_budgie-desktop is vala based.  I don't have any vala knowledge myself so can't patch it.  I only know C and python :/16:22
andyrockseb128 is not online16:23
andyrockwe need to talk with him16:23
juliankLaney: I just received the email that apt was accepted :)16:30
juliankExciting times!16:31
Laneyjuliank: nice to know we have solid tests :P16:31
Laneywhen rmadison agrees, we can fire the rebuild16:32
nacccpaelzer: around?17:13
cjwatsonfossfreedom: I think if you know C and Python then modifying existing Vala code should be pretty straightforward (maybe harder if you have to write significant new code)17:23
cjwatsonto simplify, it's basically C with Javaish syntax layered over the top and approximately Python-like library bindings17:24
coreycbdoko, a fix for python-glanceclient is in the trusty review queue.  bug 140422719:06
fossfreedomcjwatson: Myself and upstream have looked at the budgie-code, there doesnt seem to be anything wrong in the way it is coded - proper locking to stop reentrant type issues etc.  The menu code really does assume gnome-menus does all the heavy lifting - it only uses the output.  So given where this issue is I dont see a way to intercept/integrate any code without rewriting masses of gnome-menu code :/19:07
ubottubug 1404227 in python-glanceclient (Ubuntu) "Unit test failures due to changes in python 2.7.9" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/140422719:07
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camakoAnyone know why I'm getting this?22:01
camako/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpthreads22:02
camakoThis is on a silo22:02
camako.. trying to build qtmir22:02
mwhudsoncamako: that should be -lpthread surely22:05
mwhudsoncamako: without the s22:05
camakomwhudson, oh I wonder why it's with 's'22:06
camakomwhudson, I am blind... thanks for spotting it22:06
mwhudsoncamako: np :)22:07
bdmurrayjuliank: These apt autopkgtest failures for the SRU are false positives right?22:39
juliankbdmurray: ack22:40
gpiccoliHi folks, greetings! I found a weird "bug" on libgtk/gtk2-engines-pixbuf, I manage to fix in my system, but worth the report I guess23:59

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