This bug was fixed in the package uvp-monitor -
uvp-monitor (22.214.171.1246-0ubuntu1~14.04.2) trusty; urgency=medium
- Add a delta on top of the current version, as the trusty xenstore
uses the wrong default path for the xenbus. We work-around it by
enforcing the right path through the environment.
uvp-monitor (126.96.36.1996-0ubuntu1~14.04.1) trusty; urgency=medium
* Backport to trusty (LP: #1735532).
* New upstream release.
* Add debian/watch.
* debian/control: switch priority from extra to optional.
- Fix some lintian errors with the init.d script by adding local_fs
dependency on start/stop.
-- Łukasz 'sil2100' Zemczak <lukasz.zemc...@ubuntu.com> Fri, 02 Feb
2018 12:28:58 +0100
** Changed in: uvp-monitor (Ubuntu Trusty)
Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
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Include uvp-monitor in xenial and trusty, update artful
Status in uvp-monitor package in Ubuntu:
Status in uvp-monitor source package in Trusty:
Status in uvp-monitor source package in Xenial:
Status in uvp-monitor source package in Artful:
As per T-Systems request, we have packaged the uvp-monitor daemon for
their cloud images resource monitoring. The main Ubuntu images
officially available on the T-Systems cloud are xenial and trusty
images. We would like to request backporting of the new uvp-monitor
package to those series so that we can get those pre-installed on
their images. It's a direct request from the cloud provider as only
this way the packages can have the same functionality as other linux
distributions on this cloud. The packages will not work on
non-T-Systems instances and will be only consumed on that specific
We're also updating artful here as it has an older version and we
would like to keep all supported series up-to-date with the same
* Install uvp-monitor from -proposed
* Check if uvp-monitor is running (systemctl status uvp-monitor)
* Go to the ECS page on the T-Systems interface, go to Monitoring and check
if Disk Usage is reported (note: some time might be needed for the data to be
* Reboot the instance and confirm that uvp-monitor is still running
None. The package will only be installed and enabled on T-Systems
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