pittiGood morning!04:33
sub526Hello all, when I tried to install a package via sudo apt install <pkg>, it prompted this message: "E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem". So I triggered 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' and the system went to reboot. Prior to reboot the kernel log has above two suspicious messages. I can06:29
sub526consistently reproduce the reboot on triggering 'sudo dpkg --configure -a', what could be the issue?06:29
seb128coreycb, jamespage, checking the older entries on merges.ubuntu.com there are a bunch of openstack packages that are way behind and not merged in years, e.g python-congressclient, would it maybe make sense to just sync those back with Debian?09:40
sigvI am going to be uploading a new set of patches (debdiffs) replacing existing ones in an LP#. Should I delete the existing ones to provide clarity of what is being requested for sponsorship? What's the "expected" workflow for such a case?09:50
sigvThis would be for LP: #1908065 with debdiff files for Bionic 18.04, Focal 20.04, Groovy 20.10 and Hirsute 21.04. New upload being caused by new related upstream change being pulled in for all the versions as requested in SRU/change review.09:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1908065 in sssd (Ubuntu Hirsute) "Invalid SYSLOG_PID for (systemd) journal messages" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/190806509:53
slyonhey seb128! I didn't want to upload n-m without your ACK. Might I ask for your review here? https://code.launchpad.net/~slyon/ubuntu/+source/network-manager/+git/network-manager/+merge/397556 This fix fix some autopkgtests with rbalint's new systemd 247.3-1ubuntu1 (currently in Bileto: https://bileto.ubuntu.com/excuses/3840/hirsute.html)10:53
seb128slyon, hey, thanks for the ping, are we sure 0.1 is enough even on slow archs? also I would like for the current version to migrate first before doing another upload that would trigger all the tests again11:10
slyonYes, it passes on all arches (even riscv64) for netplan, using almost the same base class for setting up the network testing via veth.11:12
slyonOkay. So I'll wait for the current version to migrate before uploading this.11:13
seb128slyon, I can handle the vcs + upload if you prefer11:18
slyonseb128: yes, thanks. that'd be great!11:19
seb128slyon, btw for reference the n-m packaging vcs is https://code.launchpad.net/network-manager11:19
seb128the one you targetted is the auto import11:20
slyonyeah. I used git-ubuntu, as I wasn't aware of the n-m packaging repo. Thanks for the heads-up. Do you want me to re-open the MP against that other base?11:22
seb128slyon, no, it's fine. Usually the Vcs info is in debian/control11:35
seb128$ grep ^Vcs-Git network-manager-1.28.0/debian/control11:35
seb128Vcs-Git: https://git.launchpad.net/network-manager11:35
seb128or use debcheckout which does the right thing11:36
coreycbseb128: icey: per seb128's msg earlier I'm going to add a card to our board to take a look at merges/sync for packages like python-congressclient that aren't touched much.13:33
seb128coreycb, thanks!13:33

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