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juliankbdmurray: missing the latest apport upload in bzr, what's the status there?04:30
juliankdoko: have you seen https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/1784107 and duplicates? python3 tries to p3compile hplip files that do not exist04:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1784107 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "package python3-update-manager 1: failed to install/upgrade: vereistenproblemen - blijft ongeconfigureerd" [Undecided,Confirmed]04:37
cpaelzerhmm, when does hwdata package update its database? Upload Sat, 02 Jul 2016 16:53:06 +0200 database version is 2017-03-16 03:15:01 in /usr/share/hwdata/pci.ids06:02
cpaelzeris that a build time regenerated things?06:02
cpaelzeryeah the current version is copied since Artful and the build time there somewhat matches the DB 2017-04-2006:02
cpaelzerI wonder if that would need regular no-change rebuilds to stay current ...06:02
cpaelzerok, assumption confirmed the makefile curl's the data from the web06:06
cpaelzerand Debian bein gon the same package version but an earlier build has an older DB06:06
cpaelzerso probably a rebuild would really be useful06:06
cpaelzerharr, I see symlink to actually pciutils - now all makes sense as the make wasn't called on build06:09
* cpaelzer stops mumbling to the chan :-)06:09
infinitycpaelzer: wget at build time wouldn't work anyway. :P06:10
cpaelzeryep that made me look for links as net+build = nono06:10
infinitycpaelzer: Tim used to occasionally do pciutils updates for upstream DB changes as SRUs.  Not sure if someone's taken that over from him.06:11
infinityapw, sforshee: ^^06:11
tjaaltondoko: xutils is just a metapackage, dunno about xaw3d06:59
apwinfinity, oh, hmmm... yes that likely is through the cracks --- my memory of that is he used07:17
apwinfinity, to pull us up 'newer' than debian, but that is was essentially resync able07:17
LocutusOfBorgdoko, gcc8 makes pcl sad "c++: fatal error: Killed signal terminated program cc1plus"09:11
dokoLocutusOfBorg: which archs?09:12
LocutusOfBorgeverywhere I would say09:17
LocutusOfBorgat least ppc64el09:17
LocutusOfBorgother archs are boost failing09:18
seb128does anyone know of a more efficient way to get the list of packages a team is subscribed to from launchpad than that?09:24
seb128subscribed = desktop_team.getBugSubscriberPackages()09:24
seb128for source in subscribed:09:24
seb128it works but takes 30 seconds09:24
seb128cyphermox, doko, mir team, could you review https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/yaru-theme/+bug/1783600 ? it's our new theme and we would like to switch the default in yaru sooner rather than later to have time to get feedback and fix issues09:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1783600 in yaru-theme (Ubuntu) "[MIR] yaru-theme" [Undecided,Confirmed]09:28
dokodidrocks: ^^^09:31
dokoseb128: I don't want to commit on that one for now, busy with other stuff, and afk next week09:32
seb128doko, ok, no worry09:32
seb128doko, didrocks is the one who is driving the project and doing the packaging so would be nice to have another reviewer, also he's away for summer holidays in a few days09:33
seb128but it's "only a theme" and we started it with the community09:34
seb128so maybe it's fine to have a pre-ack to start including it, knowing we commit to fixing reviews issues later?09:34
dokoseb128: emacs is now built unversioned (and desktop was subscribed to emacs25). could you subscribe to the emacs source?09:39
seb128doko, done for emacs, what do you think about pre-approving the theme MIR?10:19
cjwatsongood lord: drwx------ 2 ddebs ddebs 597336064 Jul 31 10:20 /srv/ddebs.ubuntu.com/.launchpadlib/api.launchpad.net/cache10:26
cjwatsonrm -r has been running for, err, some time10:27
seb128cjwatson, since you are around, do you know about the launchpadlib question I asked an hour ago?10:27
seb128sorry to use the opportunity and nag you :)10:27
cjwatsonseb128: I don't know of a more efficient way, no.  You can check with the profiling technique in https://help.launchpad.net/API/launchpadlib#Three_things_to_make_your_client_faster, but looking at the basic response I don't think you'll have any superfluous requests in there and you probably just have one request per 75 packages (usual batching)10:28
cjwatsonIn general we try not to return collections of unbounded size, which keeps the duration of each individual request down but means that some tasks can end up taking longer as a result because they need many round-trips10:29
seb128k, makes sense, thx10:30
seb128well I guess 30s is ok for that script, my other option is to just load and parse the corresponding webpage10:30
cjwatsonWhich is also batched, right?10:31
seb128doesn't seem so?10:31
cjwatsonthat's a bug :P10:31
seb128don't fix it :p10:31
cjwatsonit must just be fast enough that we haven't needed to batch it10:31
cjwatsonbut absolutely no promises about any large collection like that remaining unbatched10:32
seb128yeah, that team has quite a list10:32
seb128if it doesn't timeout it's probably good enough for most cases10:32
cjwatsonit would be the first thing we did if it ever started timing out10:32
seb128I'm just going to use the api, cleaner and at least no futur surprise (hopefully)10:32
cjwatsonok, sorry not to have a better answer10:33
seb128no worry, that's for a script that is a cron job geneating team reports, the extra 30s isn't going to be an issue10:34
LocutusOfBorgdoko, "Fix applying xserver patch, by not building mir." I think tigervnc is now syncable, but I don't know the rationale for your delta...10:43
LocutusOfBorgthere is no mention of mir anymore in the source code10:43
LocutusOfBorgI sync'd, not sure what might break10:43
TJ-bcmwl-kernel-source from 'restricted' is failing to build on 18.04 ( bug #1779974 and others) leaving users without WiFi - who's responsible for dealing with that?10:56
ubottubug 1779974 in bcmwl (Ubuntu) "install bcmwl-kernel-source , Module wl not found in directory /lib/modules/4.15.0-24-generic" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/177997410:56
TJ-This also affects 16.04 with the HWE kernels10:59
rbasakTJ-: try #ubuntu-kernel11:23
TJ-rbasak: already done, and sorted :)11:33
StevenKIs there a rough timeline for Bionic being added to meta-release-lts now that 18.04.1 is out?13:20
infinityStevenK: Soon(tm).14:42
* ogra shakes head about the always ahead in TZ and always impatient aussies ... 14:43
ginggstseliot: hi!  are you planning nvidia-graphics-drivers-396 any time soon?  (needed for CUDA 9.2)15:13
tseliotginggs: hi. No, sorry, we only support long lived branches15:15
ginggstseliot: ok, thanks15:17
GunnarHjinfinity: You mentioned you'd SRU your fix of bug #1762952. Still on your list? Anything I can do to help?15:22
ubottubug 1762952 in console-setup (Ubuntu Bionic) "Alternative shortcut for layout switching Alt+Shift unexpectedly set by default" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/176295215:22
tjaaltononly 3.3.1 is referenced in /win 2715:26
ahasenackhi, my ocfs2-tools upload to cosmic is failing to pass migration because of an s390x failure that is unlikely to go away: https://github.com/markfasheh/ocfs2-tools/issues/2217:24
ahasenackthere are hints already in place, but for the previous version of the package in ubuntu:17:25
ahasenack# Was skipped in lxc, never passed in a vm, not supported on big-endian17:25
ahasenack# https://github.com/markfasheh/ocfs2-tools/issues/2217:25
ahasenackforce-badtest ocfs2-tools/1.8.5-3ubuntu1/s390x17:25
ahasenackwhat's the appropriate thing to do here, bump that to 1.8.5-5ubuntu1 (my upload)?17:25
ahasenackor make that more generic, if supported, like 1.8.5? Maybe a newer version will get s390x support17:25
ahasenackor update the test and skip s390x entirely, returning a fake "pass"?17:25
ginggsahasenack: I think the usual action is a bump in the hints file, best place to ask is #ubuntu-release17:39
ahasenackI always ask in the wrong channel :/17:40
infinityGunnarHj: It's sitting in the queue.18:49
infinityGunnarHj: And by "it's in the queue", apparently I meant "I built it, signed it, and forgot to upload it".18:57
infinityGunnarHj: Uploaded now.18:57
mdeslaurin all fairness, you didn't specify which queue18:58
infinitymdeslaur: Sure, let's go with that.18:59
slangasekinfinity: TB meeting?19:10
infinityslangasek: Sleep.19:11
infinityslangasek: But you can relay that I've asked wxl to apply another round of Democracy(tm) to our expiries.19:11
wxldone already, actually19:12
infinitywxl: Ahh, excellent.19:12
wxland i got in touch with mark.. or at least emailed him XD19:12
wxl(he hasn't yet replied)19:12
GunnarHjinfinity: Thanks! :)19:43
ahasenackGet:1 http://ftpmaster.internal/ubuntu cosmic-proposed/main amd64 libsqlite3-0 amd64 3.24.0-1 [506 kB]20:01
ahasenackFetched 506 kB in 213503982334601d 7h 0min 15s (0 B/s)20:01
infinityMath is hard.20:01
ahasenacktjaalton: hi there,20:08
ahasenacktjaalton: checking a freeipa dep8 failure with my recent bind9 upload (not related to that pkcs11 crash bug): https://objectstorage.prodstack4-5.canonical.com/v1/AUTH_77e2ada1e7a84929a74ba3b87153c0ac/autopkgtest-cosmic/cosmic/amd64/f/freeipa/20180731_191434_0e520@/log.gz20:08
ahasenacktjaalton: any idea what failed there?20:09
ahasenackonly thing I could find was:20:09
ahasenackautopkgtest: WARNING: Test dependencies are unsatisfiable with using apt pinning. Retrying with using all packages from cosmic-proposed20:09
ahasenackhm, maybe bind9-dyndb-ldap?20:09
tjaaltonhard to tell20:09
ahasenackah, likely, actually20:11
ahasenackI somehow missed that in the rdepends output of apt-cache rdepends libdns110020:11
tjaaltonI have a patch for that crash btw20:11
tjaaltonasked folks to test it20:11
ahasenackI saw the movement in the bug, nice find by that guy20:11
tjaaltonoh this is cosmic20:12
ahasenackI'm taking care of it20:14
ahasenacknothing like asking to find out what is wrong seconds later :)20:14
tjaaltonyeah needs a rebuild20:17
ahasenackdoes ubuntu use the ...buildN suffix to indicate no-change rebuilds? Or just bump the ubuntu release number?20:30
ahasenackI'm not finding examples of ...ubuntuNbuildX in my installed packages20:31
tsimonq2If it has an Ubuntu delta, bump the ubuntu number.20:31
tsimonq2Because you want to keep the delta.20:31
tsimonq2Fun fact; dch --rebuild does this logic for you. ;)20:31
tsimonq2Otherwise, yeah.20:31
ahasenackoh, true20:32
ahasenackwould someone sponsor this rebuild for me? I can't upload bind-dyndb-ldap: https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/XVcFrKmqxH/20:32
ahasenackor just run dch --rebuild on that package :)20:32
tsimonq2I have a script. :P20:32
tsimonq2Oh yay, it's in Universe.20:33
tsimonq2ahasenack: Doing.20:33
ahasenackhttps://launchpad.net/~ahasenack/+archive/ubuntu/bind-merge-9.11.4/+packages ppa showing it builds fine with the new bind920:33
ahasenacktsimonq2: ^ thanks20:33
tsimonq2ahasenack: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bind-dyndb-ldap/11.1-3ubuntu220:36
tsimonq2Have fun.20:36
ahasenacktsimonq2: splendid, thank you20:37
tsimonq2No problem.20:37
GunnarHjtsimonq2: Do you have time to revisit and sponsor bug #1778041? I have taken a couple of actions since the last failed attempt (comment #4 and #5).21:38
ubottubug 1778041 in freshplayerplugin (Ubuntu Bionic) "browser-plugin-freshplayer-pepperflash broken" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/177804121:38
ahasenacktjaalton: when you have a moment, could you please retrigger the failed freeipa tests under my bind9 upload? http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html#bind921:45
ahasenackyou can see in http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html#bind9-dyndb-ldap that they are now passing21:45
tsimonq2GunnarHj: Done, but you'll need to poke an Archive Administrator.22:04
tsimonq2(Missing binaries.)22:04
GunnarHjtsimonq2: Thanks, will do! But I don't see the SRUs..?22:14
tsimonq2GunnarHj: Oh, let me get those.22:14
tsimonq2Where were those?22:14
tsimonq2(Did you just want me to wholesale backport that?)22:14
GunnarHjtsimonq2: https://launchpad.net/~gunnarhj/+archive/ubuntu/freshplayerplugin22:14
tsimonq2GunnarHj: Done.22:20
GunnarHjtsimonq2: Thanks a lot! Crossing my fingers for this being it.22:25

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