jinkWhy doesn't do-release-upgrade offer me 20.04 LTS?  I'm on 18.04.5 LTS and the system is fully up-to-date.09:15
lotuspsychjejink: the upgrade path sint open yet due some bugs the devs working on09:18
lotuspsychjejink: keep an eye on: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/focal-fossa-20-04-1-lts-point-release-status-tracking/1760409:18
jinkBedankt weer. ;)09:19
lotuspsychjenp ; ) we assume it will get fixed soon09:19
KaiHHi, which tool can you recommend to use update servers? I use usually aptitude, but heard it's not really good for Ubuntu.14:19
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jayjo_Is using KVM, libvirt,and qemu manually a suitable replacement for production VMs on ubuntu server? Compared to something like proxmox ? I've been trying to virtualize pfsense on a server in a way to that will reboot automatically. I've been able to test with my desktop through other environments, but i'm having a harder time finding non-interactive solutions15:08
cpaelzerjayjo_: it is perfectly fine to be used just through libvirt/qemu with CLI+XML files15:12
cpaelzerthe amoutn of management stacks on top that you want depends on your preferences15:12
cpaelzerI mean you can go up to full openstack which underneath still will use the same qemu/libvirt but certainly is quite dfferent :-)15:13
rbasakjayjo_: in what sense are you considerned that the stack you propose isn't suitable for production VMs?15:49
rbasakjayjo_: in what sense are you *concerned* that the stack you propose isn't suitable for production VMs?15:49
jayjo_rbasak: I'm just in the weeds getting things functional. I'm trying to document the init procedure, or get it to an 'always-restart' point15:55
jayjo_I've used virt-manager, i"m trying to port that method that I had working on a desktop to the ubuntu-server15:55
jayjo_RHEL uses qemu/kvm as well. Will their resources have diverged from debian/ubuntu? (Just interested in https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/6/html/virtualization_administration_guide/index - is there an ubuntu equivalent?)15:59
cpaelzerjayjo_: every distribution has diverged from upstream a bit as on any package that is so heavily used - but never the less they are still (in terms of docs) used mostly the same16:07
cpaelzerjayjo_: you can look at the virtualization chapters of https://ubuntu.com/server/docs16:07
cpaelzerit is not re-explaining every bit of the manpages to make more pages :-), but it is a start16:08
jayjo_cpaelzer: thanks for your feedback - I appreciate the help16:13
rbasakcpaelzer: how do you want to triage https://bugs.launchpad.net/qemu/+bug/1894804 ?17:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1894804 in qemu (Ubuntu) "Second DEVICE_DELETED event missing during virtio-blk disk device detach" [Undecided,New]17:18
rbasakahasenack: you triaged https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sssd/+bug/1897153 previously and seem to understand the reported problem, but there aren't steps to reproduce given and I don't follow. Mind taking a look please? Is the issue Invalid now that the reporter has confirmed back?17:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1897153 in sssd (Ubuntu) "Automount fails due to SSSD config (Groovy Gorilla)" [Undecided,New]17:24
ahasenackrbasak: yes, local config problem17:24
ahasenackrbasak: not to say we can't improve it17:25
ahasenackrbasak: he had a working autofs config, then for unknown reasons installed sssd with its own autofs map, but without configuring it, and that broke his local autofs setup17:25
ahasenackrbasak: he doesn't know why he had sssd installed17:25
ahasenackI left it as is because he said we would try an upgrade or fresh install of his apps, and see if something pulled in sssd when it shouldn't17:26
rbasakahasenack: maybe Incomplete then, pending his response? Because there's nothing actionable for us to do unless he gets back to us, is there?17:32
ahasenackwell, we could investigate if there is something to be done regarding the interaction of an unconfigured sssd and an existing autofs setup17:33
rbasakOK thanks. I'll note that then, mark Low and add to the backlog17:33
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