vorlonmwhudson: hmm I think I saw something from doko /somewhere/ about the armhf target in gcc-11 being different but I can't find it.00:11
vorlonmwhudson: related: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-defaults/+bug/193937900:12
mwhudsonvorlon: there was a thing with the default fpu type causing problems00:12
mwhudsonthe dkms faceplants are something else though00:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1939379 in gcc-11 (Ubuntu) "ARM kernel builds fail with GCC 11" [Undecided, Confirmed]00:12
vorlonoh are they?00:12
mwhudsonwell i thought so anywayh00:12
mwhudson"isb" isn't a fpu instruction00:13
mwhudsoni think it's probably v7?00:13
mwhudsonso somehow gcc things it's targeting armv600:13
vorlonmwhudson: are the failures happening with gcc-11 in 11.2.0-1ubuntu3 from -proposed?00:13
vorlonmwhudson: well anyway, I hinted these because they're not glibc-related regressions00:14
mwhudsonvorlon: this build log i'm looking at is ubuntu200:14
mwhudsonvorlon: yes that's fair, thanks00:14
mwhudsonoh or maybe this is an arm vs thumb thing00:15
mwhudsonanyway my turn for lockdown childcare, biab00:18
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dokomwhudson, schopin: yes, fixing is better, but that was a small lump for some work arounds. no retriggered the tests06:03
dokomwhudson, which package is the thumb/arm mode issue?06:03
schopinLukasM[m]: could you please sync git-remote-hg? (LP: #1940385) -> fix the autopkgtests07:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1940385 in git-remote-hg (Ubuntu) "Sync git-remote-hg (universe) from Debian unstable (main)" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/194038507:23
schopinTIA :)07:23
slyonschopin: ACK, looking.07:25
schopindoko: on dh-python, do you remember if there was a technical reason why you disabled the nosetests in Ubuntu? I can run the autopkgtest from the current sid version in an impish and the nosetests run fine.08:42
dokoschopin, they need adjustment for the supported and default version, which happens when Debian and Ubuntu are out of sync08:44
schopindoko: is that debian bug 975536 ?08:47
ubottuDebian bug 975536 in src:dh-python "dh-python's autopkg tests fail with Python 3.9" [Serious, Open] https://bugs.debian.org/97553608:47
schopinOK. I'll have a deeper look but I think the package can be synced back :). Thanks for the answers, appreciated.08:48
mwhudsondoko: e.g. https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/results/autopkgtest-impish/impish/armhf/x/xtables-addons/20210816_083905_62156@/log.gz09:56
mwhudsongrar https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libuev/2.3.1-1ubuntu1/+build/2198975510:32
schopinslyon: another sync for you ;-) LP: #194042311:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1940423 in racket (Ubuntu) "Sync racket 7.9+dfsg1-2 (universe) from Debian unstable (main)" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/194042311:25
slyonschopin: done!12:03
tsimonq2Is this thing on?13:32
RikMillstsimonq2: no13:37
RikMillsIRC is dead ;)13:38
tsimonq2Well, hi either way. :P13:38
RikMillshi indeed. good to see you13:39
tsimonq2Unit193 ping, I heard something about pastebinit?13:40
tsimonq2RikMills: Good to be back :)13:40
schopinslyon: another one, haveged! A bit more involved this time, a proper merge! LP: #194043914:33
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1940439 in haveged (Ubuntu) "Merge 1.9.14-1 from Debian" [Undecided, In Progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/194043914:33
slyonwill have a look in a bit!14:34
jawn-smithI'll put these here as well: LP: #1939728 LP: #193973914:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1939728 in icu (Ubuntu) "Please merge icu 67.1-7 (main) from Debian unstable" [Wishlist, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/193972814:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1939739 in gnutls28 (Ubuntu) "Please merge gnutls28 3.7.1-5 (main) from Debian unstable" [Wishlist, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/193973914:36
jawn-smithThey could both use sponsorship if anyone has the time14:36
bdmurrayShould this build be taking this long? https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sshguard/2.3.1-2/+build/2198945714:49
bdmurrayThe last one took 11 minutes so probably not.14:50
jawn-smithI'm pretty sure wcc just needs a rebuild with the new glibc in order to fix the failing tests. My reasoning is that when I run autopkgtests with the source.dsc they work every time, but if I just name the package I get the same failures as seen in current tests. Is a rebuild something a core dev can do or is there a process to get that done?15:06
bdmurrayjawn-smith: look at example 1 here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment/NBS15:15
laneyThat sounds like it'd be a glibc bug though, if existing binaries break15:16
jawn-smithI suppose I'm not 100% sure it's glibc as when I'm running these tests I'm using the whole volatile toolchain ppa15:18
jawn-smithbdmurray thanks for the link, I'll prepare a no change rebuild after a little more poking at this package and it's tests15:20
schopinhmmm. How come 'git ubuntu clone notmuch' gives me a branch that points to the focal release?15:31
jawn-smithokay yeah just using --apt-pocket=proposed=src:glibc causes the segfault with the package name but not the source.dsc15:42
schopinjawn-smith: glibc 2.34 has migrated from -proposed, fwiw.15:56
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schopin(or I have the -proposed libc on my system, which would be... less than ideal)15:57
jawn-smithschopin I think you have the -proposed libc on your system: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/glibc15:58
ginggsschopin: 'rmadison glibc' says no15:59
* schopin goes check his apt logs, scratching his head...16:01
schopinOh. Well. I didn't catch that one, then :/16:02
schopinThat's good news, in a way. I've been using it for 2 days without any noticeable issue :)16:03
bdmurrayginggs: It seems to me like we should also add dolfin[x] to big_packages for stable releases too. Do you agree?16:44
bdmurrayuh, disregard me16:47
ginggsbdmurray: are there separate autopkgtest-package-configs for stable releases?16:47
bdmurrayginggs: no, but maybe once its hinted we should retest the stable releases so that we have an adjusted baseline16:48
ginggsbdmurray: ack16:49
ginggsbdmurray: i'll schedule those tests tomorrow morning16:53
jawn-smithWould a core dev mind restarting a gnutls28 build on ppc? It failed to build and the logs indicate a timeout18:24
mdeslaurjawn-smith: done18:29
Unit193tsimonq2: 1. Openstack moved their paste service, though there are redirects I'm not sure they're working.  https://paste.opendev.org/show/bFVbXF44VrHbyS1Fxpd0 would be the new config.  2. https://paste.opendev.org/show/bHXpSLHjS4nu7WVJy5ST segment one is needed for config file support of defining private pastes (iirc), and the latter is LP 1785821 which is leftover from the python3 port.  As a side19:14
Unit193note, you may want to see https://github.com/lubuntu-team/pastebinit/issues/6 too.19:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1785821 in pastebinit (Ubuntu Impish) "'pastebinit -i file' to paste.openstack.org fails: Object of type 'bytes' is not JSON serializable" [Undecided, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/178582119:14
ubottuIssue 6 in lubuntu-team/pastebinit "contributing patches" [Open]19:14
tsimonq2Thanks Unit19320:51
mitya57tsimonq2: welcome back!20:54
jawn-smithbdmurray do you mind hinting dh-ada-library? The tests have been failing since well before glibc 2.3421:39
Unit193tsimonq2: Thanks for looking into it, I owe an openstack guy a ping back now. :P21:42
tsimonq2<mitya57> "Simon Quigley: welcome back!" <- Thanks! Good to see you21:48
tsimonq2<Unit193> "Simon Quigley: Thanks for..." <- You can thank teward for nagging me enough. :P21:49
teward*was prodded*21:49
tsimonq2teward: pastebinit21:50
tewardUnit193: the other reason Simon is online is 'cause he got the equivalent of a mega lightning strike on him which brought him back to life xD21:50
tewardtsimonq2: i know, it's typical when I get prodded randomly I show up and indicate i was pinged in case someone wanted to chime in21:50
tewardi just had to read ;)21:50
Unit193At least it's all patches!21:51
bdmurrayjawn-smith: not for every arch though right?22:05
jawn-smithIt's the same error for amd64, arm64, ppc64el, and s390x22:06
bdmurrayright so it only needs to be hinted for those arches correct?22:07
jawn-smithSounds correct to me, though I don't see any runs for it on riscv6422:09
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