Bug#435422: aegis-doc: Incorrect Option Name(s) in ManPages

2007-07-31 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: aegis-doc Version: 4.22-2 Severity: normal The Manual Page for ael (aegis -List) says that there are options called -No-Page-Headings and -Page-Headings. However the aegis binary only support options called -Not_Page_Header and -Page_Header respectively. I had to use strings(1) to find

Bug#435800: groff: nroff wrapper skript should translate ISO-8859-15 into latin1

2007-08-03 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: groff Version: 1.18.1.1-12 Severity: normal The groff package ships an nroff wrapper that tries to detect the correct value for the -T option. This script should treat a ISO-8859-15 charmap the same way as ISO-8859-1. Note that ISO-8859-15 is supposed to replace ISO-8859-1. The only

Bug#407553: fakeroot chown fails on large files (Value too large for defined data type)

2007-01-19 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: fakeroot Version: 1.5.10 Severity: normal Hi, running chown on a 4GB file under fakeroot does not work: # fakeroot chown root.root very_large_file.tgz chown: changing ownership of `very_large_file.tgz': Value too large for defined data type # ls -l very_large_file.tgz -rw-r--r-- 1

Bug#407553: fakeroot chown fails on large files (Value too large for defined data type)

2007-01-22 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 07:31:25PM -0500, Clint Adams wrote: I wonder where the EOVERFLOW is coming from. I think i can answer that question in the mean time. Apparently stat in glibc is a wrapper around stat64 that converts the contents of the struct stat64 returned by stat64 to a struct stat

Bug#407553: fakeroot chown fails on large files (Value too large for defined data type)

2007-01-23 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, attached is a patch the fixes the problem for me. You may want to do some more cleanup though. The basic idea is that stat64 is used in libfakeroot whenever the information is only used internally. To achieve this some macros starting with INT_ are defined that act as wrappers around

Bug#781257: snmp: preinst kills all processes of user snmp

2015-10-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
tags 781257 +patch thanks It turns out that the original motivation why the killall was added is gone. These days the install scripts no more call deluser (only snmpd.postrm). So we can just remove the killall introduced by Ubuntu LP: #573391 to fix LP: #1245604 and Debian Bug #781257 FYI - I'm

Bug#826195: likely a dup to 824902

2016-06-10 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
As a heads up, further debugging and discussion showed that this likely is a dup to 824902. I'll clarify a few more things with upstream tar and then close and merge with 824902. Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#826195: Tar fails to --exclude files

2016-06-03 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: tar Version: 1.29-1 Hi, this is a regression in tar 1.28-2.1 -> 1.29-1 and by that it is valid for Debian Stretch (Testing). Fortunately there is at least a simple test: rm -rf dir; mkdir -p dir/subdir; touch dir/subdir/file; tar -c -f /tmp/test.tar -C dir subdir --exclude subdir/file;

Bug#827909: clamav-freshclam and clamav-daemon not starting after install

2016-06-22 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
d when the postinst starts the service and the assert fails. So I dropped it - If you'd like to add some output again please feel free - I posted the (very) old output in the linked Ubuntu bug. Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd fix-freshclam-not-starting-after-i

Bug#815760: (no subject)

2016-02-24 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Subject: ITP: dpdk -- Data Plane Development Kit Package: wnpp Owner: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrha...@canonical.com> Severity: wishlist * Package name: dpdk Version : 2.2 Upstream Author : Thomas Monjalon <thomas.monja...@6wind.com> * URL : htt

Bug#815760: Your mail

2016-03-23 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 12:28 PM, Luca Boccassi <lbocc...@brocade.com> wrote: > On Wed, 2016-03-23 at 08:00 +0100, Christian Ehrhardt wrote: > > On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 8:54 PM, Luca Boccassi <lbocc...@br

Bug#815760: Your mail

2016-03-23 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 8:54 PM, Luca Boccassi <lbocc...@brocade.com> wrote: > On Wed, 24 Feb 2016 11:51:20 +0100 Christian Ehrhardt <pael...@gmail.com> > wrote: [...] > > It'd be great to have this packaged in Debian too, so that we can share > the > > work

Bug#815760: (no subject)

2016-03-07 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
to help us then and in general for someone with upload rights. Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd On Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 6:36 AM, Martinx - ジェームズ <thiagocmarti...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 24 February 2016 at 07:51, Christian Ehrhardt <pael...@gmail.com> > wr

Bug#815760:

2016-03-30 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Wed, Mar 30, 2016 at 7:41 AM, C.J. Collier <cjcoll...@linuxfoundation.org > wrote: > On Wed, 24 Feb 2016 11:51:20 +0100 Christian Ehrhardt <pael...@gmail.com> > wrote: > [...] > > But I'm not a Debian developer, so I'd like to have a more Debian centric > >

Bug#822961: ntp logging (?again?) in a way to be catched by logcheck

2016-04-29 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: ntp Version: 1:4.2.8p4+dfsg-3+b1 Hi, debugging a rather old issue I realized that the changes made back when uploading 4.2.6+dfsg-1 might no more completely apply. I quote from the changelog in https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=498992: "* Remove

Bug#823120: ntpdate-debian no more working with defaults in /etc/ntp.conf

2016-04-30 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: ntp Version: 1:4.2.8p4+dfsg-3+b1 Hi, I was hitting that two days ago and now also got another report for the same on Ubuntu. Quoting from our bug report: The problem is that ntpdate-debian parse /etc/ntp.conf, searchin for the word "server", but the format of the file as changed a bit

Bug#822961: [pkg-ntp-maintainers] Bug#822961: ntp logging (?again?) in a way to be catched by logcheck

2016-04-30 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, you are right - so what do you suppose, should we try to come up with a "new style" logcheck.ignore file? If so i'll be trying to create an initial version for you to check. Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd On Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 6:31 PM, Kurt

Bug#823533: allow to skip ntpdate on ifup

2016-05-05 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: ntp Version: 1:4.2.8p7+dfsg-3 While these days the systemd based timesync* tools are doing most of the work there is still a lot of buzz around the automated ntpdate on ifup being good/bad for various reasons. I'll try to to summarize the outcome of multiple discussions and bugs around

Bug#822961: logcheck file for ntp

2016-05-06 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, I let ntp run as it is today for it's "normal" tasks: - start/stop/restart service - keeping it up some time - set time in the background. I created a logcheck file for that which should cover the basics for todays output format. I guess that should be a fine start for a logcheck filter, if

Bug#822961: [pkg-ntp-maintainers] Bug#822961: logcheck file for ntp

2016-05-06 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 10:16 AM, Kurt Roeckx <k...@roeckx.be> wrote: > On Fri, May 06, 2016 at 10:09:21AM -0500, Christian Ehrhardt wrote: > > I think this line shouldn't be ignored: > ^\w{3} [ :0-9]{11} [._[:alnum:]-]+ ntpd\[[0-9]+\]: receive: Unexpected > origin timestamp

Bug#823458: Allow a custom ntp config file

2016-05-04 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Package: ntp Version: 1:4.2.8p7+dfsg-3 Hi, this is another bug I found while cleaning up and again I'd prefer to just fix it in Debian instead working around it in Ubuntu (alone). Also it is surely worth another opinion/review on it. This is about providing a way to allow a user to specify a

Bug#617965: [ntpdate] ntpdate-debian ignore dhcp option

2016-05-04 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, I just came over this long dormant bug in Ubuntu and I saw it was just as that in Debian. IMHO the patch still makes sense, it also still applies. And I see no reason to not just fix this in Debian first. It reads a bit weird as /var/lib/ntp/ntp.conf.dhcp could be checked twice if

Bug#832892: add minimal PPS documentation and examples

2016-07-29 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
think it would be useful to add the following attached diff into Debian as well. Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd From 1cba7077bc30d6db4402744f73a3aa80ebacc9a1 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrha...@canonical.com> Date: Fri, 1 Ju

Bug#643954: poll on status

2016-07-29 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
/ubuntu/+source/ntp/commit/?h=merge=6a655d461b84c9c7301f61a510f229ee13136d06 Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#832511: amavis virus check fails when nvidia CUDA is on the same system

2016-07-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
avisd-new/commit/?id=96b3c8ae55867e002a37028e5a71ee981059e235 That is a diff, matching latest Debian and you'd only have to change to the Debian bug #. Of course all of this is open for discussion if you'd prefer to fix otherwise. Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#793837: This "accidentially" is a regression to former versions of the ntp package

2016-08-03 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
at /usr/share/ntp/lib/NTP/Util.pm line 133. Could not start sntp: No such file or directory at /usr/bin/ntpsweep line 112. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#827909: [Pkg-clamav-devel] Bug#827909: clamav-freshclam and clamav-daemon not starting after install

2016-08-11 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
t details of debhelpers and such - maybe something there resolved now. But yeah, for latest sid it seems we can close this. Sorry for the noise. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#798774: Is the fix complete?

2016-07-18 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
tinst and the postrm, according to dpkg-maintscript-helper(1), to finish processing for all use cases." I came up with the idea it might even have been intentional so that even on a abort-upgrade/abort-install the bad config stays away, but I'm clearly not sure, so I ask you for confirmation. Christia

Bug#617965: Any news

2016-06-27 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, I'm passing through some long term bugs I have on my list and wanted to ask if there is any update in considering the updated patch I sent? Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#823533: ask for update

2016-06-27 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, I just wanted to ask again if there is update on considering that patch? Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#823458: Cleanup

2016-06-27 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, again I'm passing a bunch of open bugs and wanted to ask if the consideration of the patch into Debian ntp packaging got any further in the meantime? Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#822961: [pkg-ntp-maintainers] Bug#822961: logcheck file for ntp

2016-06-27 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi Kurt, any new on integrating this. I thought dropping the one line we agreed could be done on you applying it. Did you wait for me to create a line for the leap second thing or are you waiting on me for something else related to it I didn't realize? Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer

Bug#828864: Reducing the Delta

2016-06-28 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
discussion if you actually would like the changes. So please let me know, thanks in advance Christian Ehrhardt

Bug#823533: Slight improvement

2016-07-05 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
4. one can disable it per call via -o option setting -o disable_ntpdate=1 The following patch reflects that improvement Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd commit 79f5e2bd41f8d23269364c93cf4dad97957b759f Author: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrha...@canonical.

Bug#793837: Adding sntp

2016-08-05 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, there is an experimental debdiff on the Ubuntu bug now => https://bugs.launchpad.net/ntp/+bug/1604010 Also there is a discussion on the need to drop --disable-local-libopts due to missing symbols and/or a proper fix for that at ntp.org => http://bugs.ntp.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3096

Bug#828864: Reducing the Delta

2016-06-30 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
. I built it and ensured in a sid container that upgrades with these new debs work. I also verified that it shows up in "ufw app" commands after the upgrade. Kind Regards, Christian Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 7:13 AM,

Bug#815760:

2016-07-04 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Sun, Jul 3, 2016 at 8:52 PM, Santiago Ruano Rincón <santiag...@riseup.net > wrote: > Hi all, > > On Thu, 14 Apr 2016 21:34:11 +0100 Luca Boccassi > <luca.bocca...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 08:38:58 +0200 Christian Ehrhardt > > <

Bug#854466: Missing Dependency to binutils

2017-02-07 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
x86-64.so.2)/usr/bin/lddtree: line 163: strings: command not found Installing binutils (which the strings command is part of) solves the issue. It seems to work still, so severity is low IMHO. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#828041: Long term bug?

2017-01-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, I just happened to realize that this seems to be a really long term bug - maybe it never worked. I came by an older Ubuntu Report of the same issue. See: https://bugs.launchpad.net/debian/+source/qemu/+bug/1254828 And based on the info there this might have been broken at least since it

Bug#855378: Feed back Ubuntu branches and Delta

2017-02-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 9:46 AM, Michael Tokarev <m...@tls.msk.ru> wrote: > Hello Christian! > > Thank you for doing this. > > 17.02.2017 13:48, Christian Ehrhardt wrote: > > > case sha1 summary > > a 84dc4d05d3 ubuntu acl fix dependencies cha

Bug#854997: Upstream Ack

2017-02-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
FYI - Upstream PR for pg-repack got an ack for the change (after removing the Debian delta to the tablespace test). => https://github.com/reorg/pg_repack/pull/115

Bug#854997: Just slight but acceptable changes in the expected output

2017-02-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
ntegrate a new pg-repack-1.3.4/regress/expected/tablespace_2.out with the new content. I'm gonna suggest upstream at pg_repack as well, but I'd be happy to hear your expertise on it as well. [1]: https://github.com/reorg/pg_repack/commit/4002b4e18f030c8e265707e0174b184d325eeb1b -- Christian Ehrh

Bug#854997: new tablespace for me looks like the attached file

2017-02-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
new tablespace for me looks like the attached file -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd tablespace_2.out Description: Binary data

Bug#854997: [Pkg-postgresql-public] Bug#854997: new tablespace for me looks like the attached file

2017-02-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
FYI - Upstream PR https://github.com/reorg/pg_repack/pull/115

Bug#854997: [Pkg-postgresql-public] Bug#854997: new tablespace for me looks like the attached file

2017-02-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
​Fix for Debian, I don't know what you prefer and you very likely want to adapt it anyway to match your upload plans. But to be sure here as debdiff (attached) and git branch [1] from latest debian git on pg-repack [1]:

Bug#854997: Some info on reproducing the case

2017-02-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
$ pg_buildext installcheck On Ubuntu you'd need the ppa [2] I currently test on to trigger it - also Yakkety is the only releases which has pr-repack atm. [1]: https://ci.debian.net/packages/p/pg-repack/unstable/amd64/ [2]: https://launchpad.net/~ci-train-ppa-service/+archive/ubuntu/2470 -- C

Bug#854671: Feed back some of the current Ubuntu multipath delta

2017-02-13 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
re right this change is not needed anymore. But even that extra split might these days no more be needed - as I said I'm convinced more cleanup on our side could be done, but I had no time this merge to do so. What do you think on the other minor deltas I submitted in this series? -- Christian Ehrhard

Bug#854671: Feed back some of the current Ubuntu multipath delta

2017-02-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
and I'm totally open for discussion if needed. [1]: https://anonscm.debian.org/git/pkg-lvm/multipath-tools.git [2]: https://code.launchpad.net/~paelzer/ubuntu/+source/multipath-tools/+git/multipath-tools/+ref/zesty-submit-delta -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#855378: Feed back Ubuntu branches and Delta

2017-02-17 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
ntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment/Merging/GitWorkflow -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2017-01-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 4:16 PM, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote: > > In the end, I didn't really have time to work more on this, so I've > uploaded > the current situation in order to not miss the freezes. It still lacks some > bits but it should reduce the diff a little. > Thanks a

Bug#856546: zpac compression crash on non x86

2017-03-02 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Ubuntu bug in [2] [1]: https://www.debian.org/releases/stable/amd64/ch03s04.html.en [2]: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lrzip/+bug/1669069 Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd fix-lrzip-jit.debdiff Description: Binary data

Bug#855378: Feed back Ubuntu branches and Delta

2017-02-28 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 10:16 AM, Michael Tokarev <m...@tls.msk.ru> wrote: > 17.02.2017 13:48, Christian Ehrhardt wrote: > > > - a) Ubuntu only fixes that can be hidden under the vendor based > > control-in -> control mechanism > > - b) Fixes applying

Bug#855378: Feed back Ubuntu branches and Delta

2017-03-01 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
in my queue so far. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#855378: Feed back Ubuntu branches and Delta

2017-03-01 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
file) I just found you picked the (modified) part that added comment but skipped the drop of write permissions. My change also did a chmod -w $@.tmp People realize the editor not letting them save things and only then read the comment :-) Please consider queuing that bit of the change for the next

Bug#815760: dpdk debian packaging

2016-09-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
further discussion comments use mailing list and gerrit of https://wiki.fd.io/view/Deb_dpdk On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 9:52 AM, santiag...@riseup.net < santiag...@riseup.net> wrote: > El 15/09/16 a las 09:04, Christian Ehrhardt escribió: > > > > On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 6:28 PM, Luca

Bug#815760: dpdk debian packaging

2016-09-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
s-is for now. Once accepted upstream that delta will be rebased for 16.07 topic branch to match the accepted version. For 16.11 I expect them to be upstream so on that topic branch we can drop the delta then. Thanks, Christian -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#823120: issue occuring again

2016-08-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hi, sorry to bother you again - but what you had in p7 a while ago seems lost now in unstable: # spawn sid container # Note: only occurs when ntp is installed $ apt-get install ntpdate ntp $ ntpdate-debian 26 Aug 13:08:43 ntpdate[605]: no servers can be used, exiting -- Christian Ehrhardt

Bug#845298: Feed back improvements from Ubuntu Delta

2016-11-22 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
clone -b debian-delta-reduce-nov2016 https://git.launchpad.net/~paelzer/ubuntu/+source/tgt -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#846088: Alladin License in krb5

2016-11-28 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
ug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/krb5/+bug/1644595 -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#844609: api breakage on dn functions

2016-11-17 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
org> on CC as I expect they might want to do a no change rebuild of libvirt once that is completed on gnutls28. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#844511: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#844511: should libvirt be FTBFS at the moment due to the new gnutls?

2016-11-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
p by adding you as CC on the libvirt patch submission later today (waiting for some more tests). -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#844511: should libvirt be FTBFS at the moment due to the new gnutls?

2016-11-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
uld" be a FTBFS for you as well? -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#842657: missing dependency

2016-10-31 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#842657: suggested debdiff

2016-10-31 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
The fix should be as easy as the following debdiff. Although I never touched the libav/ffmpeg area so I could miss something. cu Christian fix-842657-miss-avconv.debdiff Description: Binary data

Bug#842153: drac plugin outdated and unsupported

2016-10-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
in doc/wiki/* -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd drop-drac.debdiff Description: Binary data

Bug#842153: drac plugin outdated and unsupported

2016-10-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
t#DRAC the phrases "historical" and "no more work" together with being out of tree are not convincing at all and make me even more suggest dropping it. Sure we could also just make the minor change to DOVECOT_ABI_VERSION, but as outlined above I'm not convinced. Just wanted to

Bug#842152: Suggest ufw

2016-10-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
sieved , dovecot-solr, dovecot-lucene, ufw Provides: dovecot-common, dovecot-abi-${dovecot:ABI-Version} Replaces: dovecot-common (<< 1:2.0.14-2~), mailavenger (<< 0.8.1-4) Breaks: dovecot-common (<< 1:2.0.14-2~), mailavenger (<< 0.8.1-4) -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Eng

Bug#842151: Strip incompatible linker option

2016-10-26 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
DEB_LDFLAGS_MAINT_STRIP = -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions +endif + # Macros to help move files to the module packages CORE_DIR=$(CURDIR)/debian/dovecot-core PKG_DIR=$(CURDIR)/debian/dovecot-PKG Looking forward to hear your opinion. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#848247: Collection of fixes for libvirt smoke tests

2016-12-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
saw in the background that qemu smoke now passed as is and smoke-lxc as well (the latter only with a further minor skips in place like the aforementioned debbug). -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd commit f0821d74ab540ab59fcd35cdbb895f871c95f45f Author: Christian

Bug#848247: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848247: Collection of fixes for libvirt smoke tests

2016-12-15 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
his? If so we should rather check for running again > with virsh and then check the log. > No I haven't seen it in this test, but I had an almost equal test a while ago (start, check for running) which worked on x86. But then when the tests spread to other architectures it sometimes failed on

Bug#848314: Further fix for discussion in the scope of smoke-qemu-session

2016-12-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
alidate qemu || exit 0 virsh capabilities virsh capabilities | grep -qs "arch.*x86_64" virsh capabilities | grep -qs 'os_type>hvm' P.S. FYI I found another issue with the smoke-lxc on s390x but haven't debugged it yet - I'll let you know as soon as I know anything more. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#848314: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848314: Further fix for discussion in the scope of smoke-qemu-session

2016-12-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
256000 256000 @@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ destroy destroy -/usr/bin/kvm +/usr/bin/qemu-x86_64 -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#848317: smoke-lxc on different architectures

2016-12-16 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
strictions: allow-stderr, needs-root +Restrictions: allow-stderr, needs-root, isolation-machine Tests: build-test Depends: libvirt-dev, build-essential, pkg-config -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#850709: closed by Guido Günther <a...@sigxcpu.org> (Re: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#850709: Add debian/bug-presubj)

2017-01-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Thank you Guido for the confirmation, I almost thought so seeing the history of debian/libvirt-daemon-system.bug-presubj. But since I didn't create that part of the delta I wanted to make sure to mention it at least before dropping. So in that point of view I guess our remaining delta is just a

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2017-01-10 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Hmm, just applying did not fix it for me. Needs more debugging on the different group setup on Debian/Ubuntu in relation to the issue and the upstream fix I'll come back once I have any new insight to this, but it is at a lower prio for me now. Do we have a "deferred" bug state or anything like

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2017-01-03 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
uite, to be honest. > Maybe that was an interleaved fix - with the reduced keylength fixing it for us but not for you. So you chose to disable !x86 tests. I think it is fine to ignore that part of the change, thank you to elaborate on your history on this. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ub

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2017-01-03 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Wed, Dec 21, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote: > > b7754fe changelog: d/rules: Make override_dh_strip a nop > > I don't think this one is ok. Stripping the binaries is a Debian Policy > *should*. > > > > The (to be enabled in a later commit in this series) plugin >

Bug#850711:

2017-01-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
from Ubuntu that they work since we carry that as Delta for a while now. Thereby it should be pretty safe to let those Architectures benfit from that in Debian as well. In particular we do: * Enable systemtap, zfs, numa and numad on s390x. * Enable systemtap on ppc64el. -- Christian Ehrhardt

Bug#850711: Acknowledgement ()

2017-01-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
retitle 850711 Enable some features on ppc64el and s390x

Bug#850709: Add debian/bug-presubj

2017-01-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
. It is not that important - but I thought either you agree to that or not, it might still be worth to suggest. Either way I think on next merge we converge on whatever this bug decides upon. Especially since for Ubuntu we'd already have apport hooks to help with the same. -- Christian Ehrhardt

Bug#850710: Convert more subpackages to multiarch

2017-01-09 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
to it, otherwise I'd be hapy if you could review and hopefully integrate this patch. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd From: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrha...@canonical.com> Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2016 11:47:49 +0200 Subject: [PATCH] libvirt0 libvirt-dev

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2017-01-08 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
FYI - that http://www.spinics.net/linux/fedora/libvir/msg141665.html pretty much looks like it. ​I'll need to experiment with that applied but wanted to mention it here.

Bug#848846: autofs service dependencies

2016-12-19 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
= line. However, these service files are also missing from their respective packages, and I am not even sure how NIS client service file would be called." -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 3/7: Commits: 0af16a2 * d/rules: Set minimal TESTS_REDUCED_KEYLENGTHS e024f7e changelog: d/rules: Set minimal TESTS_REDUCED_KEYLENGTHS to avoid hanging builds There were several cases where low entropy build environments stalled. This was up

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 2/7: Commits: 944a3c7 * d/rules: Make override_dh_strip a nop. b7754fe changelog: d/rules: Make override_dh_strip a nop The (to be enabled in a later commit in this series) plugin "integrity-test" provides a useful extra feature for the

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 7/7: Commits: 0271917 * Enable more features to to cover more use-cases bd04b06 changelog: Enable more features to to cover more use-cases Note: Many of those changes are so correlated that this is a one big change for now. If needed and ok

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 1/7: Commits: 0733afe * d/rules: Reorganize to ease maintenance be360c3 changelog: d/rules: Reorganize to ease maintenance 45adecc * d/control: Wrap and sort to ease maintenance 00bcdba changelog: d/control: Wrap and sort to ease maintenance

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 5/7: Commits: 6bf2bf5 * Add basic DEP8 tests 6f408a9 changelog: Add basic DEP8 tests As basic CI dep8 based autopkgtests provide a very useful level of automated sanity checks to become part of debci at https://ci.debian.net/. See

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 4/7: Commits: 59e9a0b * add and install apparmor profiles 3d124a4 changelog: Add and install strongswan apparmor profiles Make the usage of strongswan even more secure by providing an apparmor profile for it. This change add the necessary

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
I hope that these more detailed explanations help to clarify the reasoning. I'm likely away for the rest of the Year soon, but please let me know what might still be missing (or on what particular point you'd like to discuss some bits). I really want to work with you to get us in sync as much as

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-21 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Background to explain the reasoning behind the change 6/7: Commits: 514dc31 * Add updated logcheck rules to match recent strongswan output ab32a3f changelog: Add updated logcheck rules to match recent strongswan output When using logcheck with strongswan as of today there are a lot of unknown

Bug#848890: [Pkg-swan-devel] Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 5:21 PM, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote: > I hope it's clearer. Yeah that is good, I'll prep something and reply to this bug with mails one-by-one once I'm ready. I might update the branch I had linked if I happen to improve the changelog and or other

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 6:37 PM, Guido Günther wrote: > Great. Now that you found a way to reproduce it should be possible to > cook a patch for upstream that fixes this! > While I'd love to do so, a morning of failed debugging cut that approach at least for now. I'll share

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
I was setting up a VM independent of autopkgtests to debug this further, but so far only confirmed what I had already: Yet as documentation if we later on need to refer to that data: Logs of journalctl -fex and the libvirt log on sl guest when doing the killing restart # Before: $ virsh list

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
Summary of minimal steps to reproduce: 1. Spawn new KVM Guest of your choice 2. install test dependencies $ apt-get install libvirt-daemon-system libvirt-clients libxml2-utils 3. run the following sequence as root export LIBVIRT_DEFAULT_URI=lxc:/// cat << EOF > /tmp/smoke-lxc.xml sl 256000

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
l the root cause is really resolved. But I'd ask to apply the patch I atatched to get the rest of your test coverage up and running independent of this issue for now. commit fd86517ea921bbcd21f3af678713a2a6f83d0372 Author: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrha...@canonical.com> Date: Mon Dec

Bug#848317: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848317: not arch dependent but racy

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
For the long term solution given that I can't find the root cause I reported it upstream to libvirt list but kept you on cc there. Please note that I even reproduced back to libvirt 1.3.1 so I doubt it is a regression, but more likely never worked.

Bug#848890: Revisiting "Ubuntu strongSwan changes"

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
gswan/+git/strongswan/+ref/debian-submission (git clone -b debian-submission https://git.launchpad.net/~paelzer/ubuntu/+source/strongswan) If there are discussions please reply here and I hope we can hopefully sort it out. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd

Bug#848891: Remove outdated code

2016-12-20 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
bled All that together would make up some nice cleanup like the attached patch I have as a suggestion. Looking forward to a discussion on all of that. -- Christian Ehrhardt Software Engineer, Ubuntu Server Canonical Ltd Cleanup outdated strongswan packaging code * clean up d/strongswan-starte

Bug#848314: [Pkg-libvirt-maintainers] Bug#848314: Further fix for discussion in the scope of smoke-qemu-session

2016-12-19 Thread Christian Ehrhardt
On Fri, Dec 16, 2016 at 11:06 AM, Christian Ehrhardt < christian.ehrha...@canonical.com> wrote: > I'll be throwing that against all architectures and get back to you if it > works for me. > (IIRC you already accepted the d/t/control dependency to qemu-system in my > former

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