RAOFHm. Is it easy to scrape an errors.ubuntu.com crash for the version of a dependency in the crash report?06:59
RAOFSpecifically: I'd like to verify https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/+bug/1972977 fixes https://errors.ubuntu.com/problem/d8aa1211f7e8b219a4ee6dcae294ac16decd7fe306:59
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 1972977 in mesa (Ubuntu Jammy) "gnome-shell crashed (out of memory) with SIGSEGV in crocus_begin_query() from crocus_begin_query() from crocus_end_query() from crocus_end_query() from tc_call_end_query()" [Undecided, Fix Committed]06:59
RAOFBy means of “we haven't seen a crash with the newer Mesa”.07:00
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bdmurrayRAOF: I think I still have code to do that which works. So check the crashes which are a part of d8aa1211f738b... for the version of mesa found in Dependencies ?17:31
bdmurrayRAOF: actually what binary package name should I query for?17:32
ahasenackhi sru team, anyone looking at #1977860? If not, I can18:19
ahasenackgolang-1.18 sru for bionic and focal18:19
ahasenackit's not may day today, hence my ask18:19
tjaaltonbdmurray: likely libgl1-mesa-dri18:20
bdmurrayahasenack: I'm dealing with some autopkgtest stuff at the moment but hope to at least release SRUs today18:21
ahasenackbdmurray: I'm midway through that golang one, found a nit in the test plan execution18:22
ahasenackthat is in the release phase, not acceptance18:22
arraybolt3Could I ask for a sponsor for a Manuskript SRU? It's a full version update, but it appears to consist entirely of bugfixes, one of which has entirely broken Manuskript on Jammy and Kinetic. https://bugs.launchpad.net/debian/+source/manuskript/+bug/198920318:40
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 1989203 in manuskript (Ubuntu Kinetic) "Manuskript crashes on start" [High, Confirmed]18:40
arraybolt3The actual patch is a bit of a mess, but there's a PPA where I uploaded the updated package, so you should be able to just pull from that and drop the ~ppa1 changelog entry.18:41
arraybolt3(Er, one of the bugs entirely broke Manuskript on Jammy and Kinetic, the updated version has a fix.)18:42
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rbasakarraybolt3: "it is reasonable to upgrade the package wholesale rather than attempting to backport individual fixes ourselves" -> requirements are at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates#New_upstream_microreleases, and the SRU documentation should explain how those requirements are met, as explained in those docs.19:55
arraybolt3rbasak: I believed I did explain how those requirements are met? I'll review again.21:23
arraybolt3rbasak: I did notice the bit about there not being a well-documented test suite, but last time I brought up this SRU, it was suggested to me (I believe by RikMills and tsimonq2?) that it might not be strictly necessary.21:25
arraybolt3(It might have been only Simon who mentioned that, come to think of it - Rik was the one who directed me to make a PPA with the package.)21:25
rbasakarraybolt3: it isn't obvious to me that you consider those requirements and/or consider any of them met. Where in the bug do you think this is covered?21:54
rbasakarraybolt3: I find it much more tedious to review a "let's bump everything" type SRU. Hence my reluctance to sponsor. It's so much easier to review a simple fix for the actual problem that needs fixing.21:56
arraybolt3rbasak: I see your point. I also noticed after looking at it that I didn't mention the particular section you mentioned, instead relying off memory from a prior IRC conversation.21:56
arraybolt3Really it's not that big a deal to just redo the SRU, my frustration is mainly with the fact that I'm getting conflicting info.21:57
rbasakSorry you're getting conflicting info. It tends to happen in exceptional cases. My best suggestion is to keep those discussions in this channel (or eg. ubuntu-devel@) so everyone involved can participate and try to avoid that happening.21:57
rbasakTo be clear, I'm not saying you can't do this SRU the way it's presented.21:58
arraybolt3+1, it did happen in this channel, but that's fine. We're a big team, things are going to get scrambled every once in a while.21:58
arraybolt3Anyway, thanks for your help, and I'll redo the SRU with only a single bug fix once I reach a convenient time.21:58
rbasakJust that taking an exceptional path makes it more painful all round.21:58
RAOFbdmurray: Yeah, as Timo said libgl1-mesa-dri would be a good candidate.23:32
bdmurrayRAOF: Okay, I'll try and check in the next couple of days.23:33
RAOFAnd maybe the code could end up in ubuntu-archive-tools? :)23:34
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bdmurrayRAOF: I'm querying the cassandra database directly so probably not23:55
RAOFbdmurray: Fair chop.23:55

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