vorlonhttps://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-archive/ubuntu-archive-tools/trunk/revision/1502 because I'm sick of the inconsistency00:04
-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- Packageset: Added sip6 to i386-whitelist in impish00:13
-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- New binary: vitis-ai [arm64] (impish-proposed/universe) [1.3.2-0ubuntu7] (no packageset)01:17
-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- New: accepted vitis-ai [arm64] (impish-proposed) [1.3.2-0ubuntu7]01:40
lous1Fgorilla, hippo, ...?02:54
guiverclous1F, this isn't a support/discussion room; you can read the impish schedule here - https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/impish-indri-release-schedule/18540 ; if you have questions please use #ubuntu-discuss, #ubuntu+1, #ubuntu-next etc03:09
lous1FI was wondering what the next animal will be called. not really a support question.03:20
lous1FA large, short-tailed Madagascan lemur which jumps from tree to tree in an upright position and rarely comes to the ground.03:22
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-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- Unapproved: readline (bionic-proposed/main) [7.0-3 => 7.0-4ubuntu1.18.04.1] (core)07:29
cjwatsonvorlon: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/shim-signed_1.37~18.04.9_source.changes works now; I see elsewhere that there was a discovery overnight that the librarian sync from PS4 to PS5 hadn't been quite entirely as complete as we thought it was, and this was fixed09:53
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-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- New sync: ayatana-indicator-messages (impish-proposed/primary) [0.8.2-1]10:54
-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- New sync: lomiri-url-dispatcher (impish-proposed/primary) [0.1.0-4]10:54
RikMillsWimpy: ^^^^ ball in your court from here10:54
WimpyCheers RikMills. Much appreciated.10:55
jawn-smithHello archive admins. I've created a bug to remove a package that is FTBFS with glibc 2.3414:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1941806 in aspectc++ (Ubuntu) "Please remove src:aspectc++ from Ubuntu (Impish)" [Undecided, New]14:04
jawn-smithIt has no reverse dependencies and seemingly not many users. It is fairly active upstream so once it is fixed it can be re-uploaded14:05
sil2100jawn-smith: let me take a look o.14:50
tjaaltonhmm, is it just me or did 20.04.3 still have some oem-5.6 stuff on it?14:50
jawn-smiththanks sil2100!14:50
sil2100tjaalton: not sure! I only got a +1 from the QA team after testing the OEM stuff and Brian was browsing through teh manitests (but I guess those are not visible there?)14:54
tjaaltonsil2100: seems to be due to some nvidia dependencies.. linux-modules-nvidia-450-oem-20.04 etc provide nvidia-dkms-NNN15:00
tjaaltonxnox: ^ could this be due to the mess with oem-20.04?15:06
xnoxtjaalton:  we add packages based on globs. and we didn't remove -5.6 from the archive (it's still there in release & updates, but not updated anymore) maybe we need to tweak regexp of what we include on the iso, or some such.15:07
xnoxtjaalton:  the oem-20.04 mess => yeah still need to sort that out.15:07
vorlonbdmurray: hum, I think I'm going to back out this change to bin/daily-checks; first, I don't see the need to report in megabytes instead of more accurately in bytes; secondly, because it's rounding in some cases it could report "oversized by 0 megabytes" which is useless; and thirdly, this is misusing "megabytes" contrary to the Ubuntu units policy, where it should either be using decimal mega or15:10
vorloncalling it "mibi"15:10
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cjwatsonIf it's going to approximate it then it should at least have a sort of zooming approximation, where it reports large numbers in MiB and smaller numbers in bytes15:31
cjwatson(to avoid the "0 megabytes" problem)15:32
ginggsvorlon: after some trial and error, I managed to confirm llvm-toolchain-12's autopkgtests still fail in -release. it only started to pass in -proposed in the last two weeks https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/l/llvm-toolchain-12/impish/arm6417:46
ginggsthe version in focal -updates also passes17:46
ginggsso do we want a 'force-badtest llvm-toolchain-12/1:12.0.1-1/arm64' hint for this one?17:47
ginggsi don't think force-reset-test will work in this case17:48
vorlonginggs: that sounds good to me18:19
vorlonginggs: I'll add the hint, no need for an mp18:20
ginggsvorlon: thanks :)18:20
-queuebot:#ubuntu-release- Packageset: Added openjdk-18 to i386-whitelist in impish18:28
vorlonsil2100, laney: what do you think about LP: #1941905?  Do you think we should add redirects for such things to old-releases.u.c if someone asks for a specific point release URL, or should we continue pointing them to the current media instead?18:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1941905 in Ubuntu CD Images "http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/20.04.2/release/ points to 20.04.3" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/194190518:30
vorlonbdmurray: ^^ I guess everyone is EOW so I'll include you too :)18:30
vorlonit seems releases.u.c does have a RedirectPermanent for previous point releases18:31
vorlonso probably best to make cdimage.u.c do the same18:31
vorlonugh now I'm in a rathole of things being http instead of https :)18:32
laneyvorlon: Redirects feel good to me, should be documented in the process docs if they're a manual thing (think they are?)18:36
vorlonyeah I think they are manual18:37
vorlonwould be good to automate, but for now documentation will do :)18:37

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