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zetherooI would like to benchmark the CPU performance on a server running Ubuntu 16.04. I have installed the phoronix-test-suite but I am not sure which of the many processor benchmark tests are "best".08:52
otisolsen70On my Ubuntu servers, I seem to have an endless stream of these type of audit messages in auth.log: https://paste.yt/p24403.html11:19
otisolsen70Does Ubuntu Server by default log every program executed on a system?11:19
otisolsen70Is there a way to disable this?11:19
konstruktoidit's configured via auditd12:06
ahasenackkanashiro[m]: what does this statement mean:13:53
ahasenack"The latest docker.io version in Lunar requires Golang 1.18 to be backported to Focal."13:53
ahasenackin #197786013:54
ahasenackis that preparing focal for the next future containerstack backport?13:54
ahasenackkanashiro[m]: around? I have some more questions14:23
kanashiro[m]ahasenack: to backport current docker.io in lunar we need go 1.1814:24
kanashiro[m]And we do not have it in focal and bionic, that's the SRU14:25
ahasenackkanashiro[m]: question about the dh-golang breaks14:28
ahasenackkanashiro[m]: it's my understanding the new version of golang needs GOCACHE set to a writable directory14:29
ahasenackthat's what dh-golang >= 1.40 does14:29
ahasenackwe won't backport that14:29
ahasenackso, will the version of dh-golang in bionic break? It sets GOCACHE to "off"14:29
kanashiro[m]ahasenack: yes, that's one thing. Also correctly set GO111MODULE14:29
ahasenackor in other words, packages that use dh-golang, *and* golang 1.18, will have to set that var manually? Or just break?14:30
kanashiro[m]We need to set it manually in d/rules14:30
kanashiro[m]Otherwise the package will not build14:31
ahasenackso when you backport the containerstack, or adsys, or whatever that needs golang 1.18, it will also likely need that adjustment, which is done automatically by newer dh-golang14:31
kanashiro[m]exactly 14:31
ahasenackkanashiro[m]: don't you also need to remove it from d/control.in? The breaks?14:32
kanashiro[m]ahasenack: I could do that, yes. It was not an issue because we do not regenerate d/control pre or during build time automatically 14:34
ahasenackit was done so in the golang-1.16 case14:34
ahasenackI think it would be consistent14:34
kanashiro[m]I can fix that if you want14:34
ahasenackyes please14:34
ahasenackI'll reject the one that is there now then14:34
ahasenackuse the same version14:35
kanashiro[m]ahasenack: uploaded the fixed version14:48
mdeslaurcpaelzer: any objection to me merging exim4?17:13
mdeslauroh, maybe bryceh is doing it17:17
mdeslaurbryceh: are you still working on merging exim4? want me to do it?17:17
mdeslaurwhoops too late :)17:51
brycehmdeslaur, that's fine by me if you do it.  We sometimes use it for new hires to practice with, but not sure if we're doing that this time18:00
brycehin any case, there are frequent updates so someone needing merge experience will likely have other opportunties :-)18:00
mdeslaurthanks bryceh, I just uploaded it, it fixes a security issue18:00
mdeslaurI figured you two wouldn't mind18:00
ahasenackkanashiro[m]: does the jammy task still make sense for this bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/golang-1.18/+bug/197786018:05
-ubottu:#ubuntu-server- Launchpad bug 1977860 in golang-1.18 (Ubuntu Jammy) "Backport 1.18.1 to 18.04, 20.04 and 22.04 LTS" [Undecided, Incomplete]18:05
ahasenackjammy has 1.18.1, which the other releases are getting via the SRU18:05
ahasenackI think if someone wants 1.18.3 in jammy, for other reasons, that needs to be a different bug18:05
kanashiro[m]ahasenack: I hijacked that bug, initially the goal was jammy :)18:30
ahasenackthat's where the 1.18.3 upload came from, right?18:30
ahasenackbut it was removed now, and the reason is that 1.18 *is* the default golang in jammy, so updating it there isn't so trivial18:31
ahasenackconcerns about rebuild failures and such, and I would also want to know if all apps already built with 1.18.1 would need to be rebuilt with 1.18.3 to benefit from the 1.18.3 updates18:31
kanashiro[m]Likely a bunch of them18:54
Woetis there a way to install google chrome or chromium on ubuntu 20 arm64 *without* snap?22:02
Odd_BlokeWoet: Your best bet is probably to see if the Debian package works (i.e. https://askubuntu.com/questions/1179273/how-to-remove-snap-completely-without-losing-the-chromium-browser/1206502#1206502)22:07
Woethm, I saw that, it didn't seem ideal22:08
Woetbut I guess it's the only option left22:08
sarnoldyou could probably stuff the debian packaging into a ppa or opensuse build service22:09
Odd_BlokeRegrettably, yes, as Canonical have decided against providing supported debs.22:09
WoetOdd_Bloke:  chromium : Depends: libwebpmux3 (>= 0.6.1-2.1) but 0.6.1-2ubuntu0.20.04.1 is to be installed22:14
Woetlooks like it no longer works on the current versions22:14
Woeti guess i can backport it 22:15
Woetto be fair, that answer was january 2020. by now, debian stable is bullseye, not buster22:15
Woeti wonder if i change the apt repos to buster it will work22:16
Woetyup, that works22:17
* Odd_Bloke takes notes22:17
JanCthat seems like a bad idea22:46
JanCbetter build it in a PPA22:47
JanC(or maybe there already is one?)22:47
WoetJanC: I wasn't able to find a PPA that works on arm64 20.0422:50
JanCWoet: https://launchpad.net/~phd/+archive/ubuntu/chromium-browser seems to have them?22:54
JanC(not my PPA or by someone I know, so use with care as always)22:54
JanCseems like he's an active FLOSS community member, so it's _probably_ okay  :)23:23

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