[Blueprint servercloud-r-kdump-tool] Enable kdump mechanism from kdump-tool instead of kexec-tools

2013-02-05 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [louis-bouchard] - kdump-tools needs to be MIR / file a bug: DONE - [stefan-bader-canonical] - discuss linuxcrashdump changes on ubuntu-devel / ubuntu-kernel: TODO + [stefan-bader-canonical] - discuss linuxcrashdump changes

[Blueprint servercloud-r-libvirt] Libvirt work for R

2013-02-28 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [serge-hallyn] Have virbr0 not be set to autostart if it's network is in use: DONE - [stefan-bader-canonical] watch for libxl patches for xen 4.2: TODO + [stefan-bader-canonical] watch for libxl patches for xen 4.2 (see

[Blueprint servercloud-r-libvirt] Libvirt work for R

2013-02-28 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Whiteboard changed: User Stories: Risks: Test Plans: The qrt libvirt testsuite is to be run before every package upload. Release Note:  * Libvirt can now be used to launch and test UEFI based VMS.  * Libvirt-qemu can now be set up

[Blueprint servercloud-r-xen] Xen work for R-series

2013-03-11 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [lars-kurth] sort contributions pie chart by percentage: TODO [dunlapg] Link to slides that were shown: DONE [ijc] Ian and Adam discuss grub2 booting Xen first: TODO [dunlapg] MaaS for installing Xen: TODO - [stefan

[Bug 916200] Re: Kernel module ipmi_si fails to load

2013-03-15 Thread Stefan Bader
Samantha, could you load this module ever before on that HW? ** Summary changed: - missing kernel module ipmi_si module + Kernel module ipmi_si fails to load -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipmitool in Ubuntu.

[Bug 1176159] [NEW] [Lucid] Backport generic detection of Xen kernels for EC2

2013-05-03 Thread Stefan Bader
Public bug reported: In order to try transitioning from the specially patched EC2 kernels for Lucid, we are aiming to have the virtual(server/generic-pae) kernels have the required Xen drivers built-in. At some point the ec2 meta-package could pull people over to the other kernels. For that

[Bug 1176159] Re: [Lucid] Backport generic detection of Xen kernels for EC2

2013-05-14 Thread Stefan Bader
Ah, I probably confused that with the mechanism used to find dom0 usable kernel. In the end this does not need to be overly clever at all. I suppose it should be enough just to sort kernels by version and name. Preferring the ec2 kernel name if there are multiple kernels with the same version.

[Bug 1176159] Re: [Lucid] Backport generic detection of Xen kernels for EC2

2013-06-11 Thread Stefan Bader
Scott, what would you think about this. This isn't really a backport but would seem to do what I was thinking about inside a Xen domU. That should get verified against a cloud-init deployment somewhere else (which uses grub-legacy-ec2, if this exists). The one part that could affect other places

[Bug 1176159] Re: [Lucid] Backport generic detection of Xen kernels for EC2

2013-06-11 Thread Stefan Bader
Yeah, the problem, I realised, is that in Lucid we got the linux-ec2 packages installed right now. The plan is to change the dependency of the meta-package to change from linux-image-*-ec2 to linux- image-*-virtual (which is a generic-pae or server in fact). The problem is that ec2 kernels have a

[Bug 1191782] Re: Timeout connecting 12.04 libvirt to libvirt 1.0.6-0ubuntu1 + xen in Saucy

2013-06-18 Thread Stefan Bader
I changed it from virt-manager to libvirt as this can be reproduced by virsh - xen host. And would also remove the affects from virt-manager. ** Summary changed: - Timeout connecting 12.04 virt-manager to libvirt 1.0.6-0ubuntu1 + xen in Saucy + Timeout connecting 12.04 libvirt to libvirt

[Blueprint servercloud-s-virtstack] Virtualization Stack Work for Saucy

2013-07-03 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [ebiederm] Push fix for XFS and user namespaces: TODO [serge-hallyn] Fix lxc-net to be nestable with no user interaction: DONE [serge-hallyn] Write sysctl to disable unprivileged CLONE_NEWUSER: DONE [serge-hallyn

[Blueprint servercloud-s-virtstack] Virtualization Stack Work for Saucy

2013-07-12 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [ebiederm] Push fix for XFS and user namespaces: TODO [serge-hallyn] Fix lxc-net to be nestable with no user interaction: DONE [serge-hallyn] Write sysctl to disable unprivileged CLONE_NEWUSER: DONE [serge-hallyn

[Bug 1196295] Re: lxc-start enters uninterruptible sleep

2013-07-19 Thread Stefan Bader
This looks to be the third case we hit with the same symptom (and likely for yet another reason). The complicating issue is that lxc containers make use of net namespaces and if those are released, references to I think the netdevice structures, are temporarily moved over to the loopback device.

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-09-29 Thread Stefan Bader
@Thilo, it seems that the discussion was about whether there should be a better fix but there does not seem to be any confirmation about any real problems found with either version. As of today only the patch as it was queued has made it upstream. So this would be the change that would go into

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-10-31 Thread Stefan Bader
If you loock at comment #32 and comment #27, the patch got reverted in natty because there was no one verifying the change. It also gives a link that should tell how to get it reconsidered to go into natty. If that is done, it will be in the lts backport automatically. -- You received this bug

[Blueprint servercloud-p-kvm] KVM plans for p

2011-11-16 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Whiteboard changed: Status: Not yet started Work Items: - [stefan-bader-canonical] Pull openvswitch (from dkms) into main kernel modules: TODO [serge-hallyn] test open openvswitch with qemu-kvm, document in features wiki page: TODO [serge-hallyn

[Bug 607039] Re: NFS4 automount using replicated servers doesn't work

2011-11-23 Thread Stefan Bader
Doh! I think I found out what it going on... The problem can be, as it has been said before, reduced to attempting a NFS mount with: mount -tnfs4 server:path mntpt which will fail with a completely useless message of no such device. It was also said that -tnfs does work. Now the interesting

[Bug 607039] Re: NFS4 automount using replicated servers doesn't work

2011-11-24 Thread Stefan Bader
@Steve, this seems actually already to be addressed. Unfortunately in a way that is easy to get wrong. The nfs module would for example be autoloaded when the idmapd gets started. And the /etc/default/nfs-common comments clearly say it should be needed for v4. However one seems to be able to get a

[Bug 607039] Re: NFS4 automount using replicated servers doesn't work

2011-11-28 Thread Stefan Bader
I am not sure whether mount.nfs4 ever did load the right module. At least it does not do it back to Lucid and I have not checked farther back. It may be that nfs once was built in and thus avoided all the issues. The modprobe call happens in mount. Which takes the fstype as the module to load.

[Bug 607039] Re: NFS4 automount using replicated servers doesn't work

2011-11-29 Thread Stefan Bader
So as expected upstream was not too exited about a change to the kernel module. In fact the answer was suggesting that using the fstype nfs4 is rather deprecated. And I was observing that even using mount -tnfs ... the resulting mount options which could be observed in cat /proc/mounts were the

[Bug 607039] Re: NFS4 automount using replicated servers doesn't work

2011-11-30 Thread Stefan Bader
I carefully went through the various man pages again and found that despite me missing those before, there are indications: man nfs ... The fstype field contains nfs. Use of the nfs4 fstype in /etc/fstab is deprecated. ... To mount using NFS version 4, use either the nfs file system

[Bug 916200] Re: missing kernel module ipmi_si module

2012-01-16 Thread Stefan Bader
They are of course different. I just checked with a resent 2.6.2-37.81 generic i386 kernel. And here the module loads just fine. Note that you had to load ipmi_devintf always to make ipmitool work. Please check dmesg after the failed load as that normally shows more detailed errors. -- You

[Bug 916200] Re: missing kernel module ipmi_si module

2012-01-18 Thread Stefan Bader
Weirdly seems to skip some probing state. @Asif, could you please do the following: boot back into the -36 kernel version (which had ipmi working). Not sure whether it can simply be done via iKVM but otherwise you could modify the set default=0 line in /boot/grub/grub.cfg to =2 and reboot.

[Bug 916200] Re: missing kernel module ipmi_si module

2012-01-18 Thread Stefan Bader
True, on my supermicro this would also be possible through the web interface, -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipmitool in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/916200 Title: missing kernel module ipmi_si module To

[Bug 607039] Re: NFS4 automount using replicated servers doesn't work

2012-01-25 Thread Stefan Bader
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 662711 *** https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/662711 This is actually fixed in Precise by a change to nfs-utils for bug #662711. For that reason I'll mark the bug report here as a duplicate. ** Changed in: module-init-tools (Ubuntu) Status: New =

[Bug 898373] Re: fsck.ext3: Device or resource busy while trying to open /dev/xvda2

2012-02-13 Thread Stefan Bader
Hm, when I look at /etc/init/cloud-init-local.conf and */cloud-init.conf they seem to say start on mounted MOUNTPOINT=/. So I'd somehow expect mountall to be finished with / at that point. Still the output of cloud- init and mountall seem to intermix often. As if they are executed around the same

[Bug 898373] Re: fsck.ext3: Device or resource busy while trying to open /dev/xvda2

2012-02-14 Thread Stefan Bader
Hm weird. I would have expected at least a rw open on the block device should fail, let alone a ro (since fsck probably wants to modify the fs). Though I'd need to check exactly what access mode mount -oro uses (maybe its some ro exclusive). Actually it is not really a read-only open on the

[Bug 898373] Re: fsck.ext3: Device or resource busy while trying to open /dev/xvda2

2012-02-17 Thread Stefan Bader
Ok, / is non-sense as it is certainly mounted and also the failing fsck is fot /mnt. But generally it looks like mountall and cloud-init running concurrently and anything that opens the device may block a rw access for the fsck. So any blkid could do that. The window is not very big but who

[Bug 948323] [NEW] Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missign vendor and device id

2012-03-06 Thread Stefan Bader
Public bug reported: The build system depends on a certain naming scheme of the rom images. The basename of the rom file (e.g. rtl8139.rom - rtl8139) must be defined in the drivers PCI_ROM or ISA_ROM makro. For the rtl8139 driver this is correctly done: PCI_ROM(0x10ec, 0x8139, rtl8139,

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missign vendor and device id

2012-03-06 Thread Stefan Bader
-- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipxe in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/948323 Title: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missign vendor and device id To manage notifications about this bug go to:

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missign vendor and device id

2012-03-12 Thread Stefan Bader
The bug, if to say so, is that for kvm there have been additional rom image targets added. By the way the build system for ipxe works, I believe all the required rom images have been build already by the makeall (whatever it is called again). Just the names are different for some of them (for

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missign vendor and device id

2012-03-12 Thread Stefan Bader
Or actually modify the QEMUS line instead of removing things: QEMUS = 8086100e ne pcnet32 rtl8139 virtio-net -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipxe in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/948323 Title: Rom images

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missign vendor and device id

2012-03-14 Thread Stefan Bader
This is how I would propose to do the fix. It keeps the target names for kvm-ipxe but modifies the file names in the makefile and target name for the links. I did it that way because to fix the Xen issue I modified the xen package to look for the 8086100e.rom. Before:

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missing vendor and device id

2012-03-15 Thread Stefan Bader
Serge, I had not directly thought of it because our discussion went probably into some confusion when also talking about (bug 949028). But it would make sense. It is not critical to get it into Ubuntu right now as the Xen build has been fixed to use the alternative file name which works. -- You

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missing vendor and device id

2012-03-15 Thread Stefan Bader
Hm, thinking of this again, it does seem to me that the whole allqemu target and special kvm-ipxe may be Ubuntu specific and neither in upstream or Debian. Checking the latest Debian source to confirm this... -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team,

[Bug 948323] Re: Rom images for e1000 and ne2k missing vendor and device id

2012-03-15 Thread Stefan Bader
Ok, I think I confirmed this to be only in the Ubuntu version. Marc, I believe you have been working on this. Maybe we could get the change reviewed and loosely queued (without upload) to be picked up whenever something serious (or the next release) come up? -- You received this bug notification

Re: [Bug 1005551] Re: Quantal does not boot on EC2

2012-05-29 Thread Stefan Bader
On 29.05.2012 00:15, Ben Howard wrote: Oh... After cracking open a local copy of the image, it looks like linux- image-virtual has gone away. We are assuming that linux-image-virtual is going to be there. Actually no. This may be a result of merging generic and virtual images together as

[Bug 995523] Re: squid3 is killed by /etc/resolvconf/update-libc.d/squid3 in Precise

2012-06-05 Thread Stefan Bader
I can see the same on most my reboots on a Atom based mini-server. An educated guess would be that SIGHUP happens before squid3 actually has set up its own sighandler for it. And the default is exit. ** Changed in: squid3 (Ubuntu) Status: Incomplete = Confirmed -- You received this bug

[Blueprint servercloud-q-kvm] Kvm work for Q

2012-06-05 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [smoser] jump for joy: DONE [rbasak] follow up on console log size limit implementation (ringbuffer): TODO - [stefan-bader-canonical] confirm the xen and qemu prom naming is correct after the debian merge back: TODO

[Bug 1016560] [NEW] Please merge squid3 3.1.20-1

2012-06-22 Thread Stefan Bader
without an other changes and evaluate the situation after that. I will attach diffs for the merge as I would do it. Please have a look. Thanks. ** Affects: squid3 (Ubuntu) Importance: Wishlist Assignee: Stefan Bader (stefan-bader-canonical) Status: In Progress -- You received

[Bug 1016560] Re: Please merge squid3 3.1.20-1

2012-06-22 Thread Stefan Bader
** Patch added: ubuntu-merge.debdiff https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/squid3/+bug/1016560/+attachment/3200335/+files/ubuntu-merge.debdiff -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to squid3 in Ubuntu.

[Bug 1016560] Re: Please merge squid3 3.1.20-1

2012-06-22 Thread Stefan Bader
** Patch added: debian-merge.debdiff https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/squid3/+bug/1016560/+attachment/3200336/+files/debian-merge.debdiff ** Patch removed: ubuntu-merge.debdiff

[Bug 1016560] Re: Please merge squid3 3.1.20-1

2012-06-22 Thread Stefan Bader
** Patch added: ubuntu-merge.debdiff https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/squid3/+bug/1016560/+attachment/3200338/+files/ubuntu-merge.debdiff -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to squid3 in Ubuntu.

[Bug 1016560] Re: Please merge squid3 3.1.20-1

2012-06-22 Thread Stefan Bader
Realized that I forgot to update the release pocket. Adding an amended debian-merge diff. ** Patch added: debian-merge-v2.debdiff https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/squid3/+bug/1016560/+attachment/3200355/+files/debian-merge-v2.debdiff -- You received this bug notification because

[Bug 1032724] Re: Cannot access IPMI card

2012-08-06 Thread Stefan Bader
Is this hardware that did work before or new hardware? -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipmitool in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1032724 Title: Cannot access IPMI card To manage notifications about this

[Bug 1032724] Re: Cannot access IPMI card

2012-08-06 Thread Stefan Bader
Actually, second question: was ipmitool run as root, too? The /dev/ipmi0 file is only readable by root. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipmitool in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1032724 Title: Cannot access

[Bug 1032724] Re: Cannot access IPMI card

2012-08-06 Thread Stefan Bader
Ok, stupid question as it seems to be obvious from the login prompt, sorry. Tried this on my machine and it did work, though. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipmitool in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1032724

[Bug 1032724] Re: Cannot access IPMI card

2012-08-06 Thread Stefan Bader
One thing I saw in the dmesg: the io memory (0xca8) which the SMBIOS returns is not registered/reserved before. On my machine there is a reservation by one of the ACPI PNP devices (PNP0c02). -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed

[Bug 1032724] Re: Cannot access IPMI card

2012-08-06 Thread Stefan Bader
So this seems to cause some errors later and no BMC in found, thus no device /dev/ipmi0 is created. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to ipmitool in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1032724 Title: Cannot access

[Bug 1032724] Re: Cannot access IPMI card

2012-08-07 Thread Stefan Bader
I have not personally looked (because I have none and no access) on HP servers. But talking to other people gave the impression that HP not automatically allows IPMI access. Sounds like it would be some option one needs to buy. So before asking for debug access, are we sure this should work

[Blueprint servercloud-q-libvirt] Libvirt work for Q

2012-08-15 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [zulcss] merge latest upstream libvirt: DONE [serge-hallyn] finish MIR of netcf bug 904014: DONE [serge-hallyn] link libvirt against netcf: DONE - [stefan-bader-canonical] look into transition from xend to libxl: TODO

[Bug 914788] Re: libvirt expexts qemu-dm in wrong path for xen

2012-10-05 Thread Stefan Bader
** Changed in: libvirt (Ubuntu) Status: Fix Released = Triaged -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to libvirt in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/914788 Title: libvirt expexts qemu-dm in wrong path for xen To

[Bug 914788] Re: libvirt expexts qemu-dm in wrong path for xen

2012-10-05 Thread Stefan Bader
Cannot remember but either it was not a problem or nobody really depends on it. So as long as there isn't someone really in need I would not touch Oneiric. ** Changed in: libvirt (Ubuntu Oneiric) Status: Confirmed = Won't Fix -- You received this bug notification because you are a member

[Bug 776936] Re: Running KVM guest causes kernel panic on host

2012-10-23 Thread Stefan Bader
Reading through comments again I am rather sure this should be in fixed now. ** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu) Status: Fix Committed = Fix Released ** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu) Assignee: Stefan Bader (stefan-bader-canonical) = (unassigned) -- You received this bug notification because

[Blueprint servercloud-r-kdump-tool] Enable kdump mechanism from kdump-tool instead of kexec-tools

2012-11-12 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [louis-bouchard] - kdump-tools needs to be MIR / file a bug: TODO - [smb] - discuss linuxcrashdump changes on ubuntu-devel / ubuntu-kernel: TODO - [smb] - linuxcrashdump changed to install kdump-tool (after discussion

[Blueprint servercloud-r-xen] Xen work for R-series

2012-11-20 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [lars-kurth] sort contributions pie chart by percentage: TODO [dunlapg] Link to slides that were shown: DONE [ijc] Ian and Adam discuss grub2 booting Xen first: TODO [dunlapg] MaaS for installing Xen: TODO [dunlapg

[Blueprint servercloud-r-xen] Xen work for R-series

2012-11-20 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [lars-kurth] sort contributions pie chart by percentage: TODO [dunlapg] Link to slides that were shown: DONE [ijc] Ian and Adam discuss grub2 booting Xen first: TODO [dunlapg] MaaS for installing Xen: TODO - [dunlapg

[Blueprint servercloud-r-xen] Xen work for R-series

2012-12-05 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [lars-kurth] sort contributions pie chart by percentage: TODO [dunlapg] Link to slides that were shown: DONE [ijc] Ian and Adam discuss grub2 booting Xen first: TODO [dunlapg] MaaS for installing Xen: TODO [stefan

[Bug 756894] Re: mount.ocfs2: join errors when node with kernel = 2.6.37 joins with nodes with kernels 2.6.37

2011-04-26 Thread Stefan Bader
I agree, the patch looks reasonable. Though it would be much preferable to kindly ask the patch author about the upstream submission, and when there is a commit in the upstream tree, think about SRUing it into (in fact when asking, it would be best if the upstream submission had a cc:

[Bug 784937] Re: /mnt not mounted, swap not used, disk is xvde

2011-07-13 Thread Stefan Bader
I am currently discussing this upstream. My impression is that this may be an intended change to get a sane way of naming the xvd devices when the configuration may mix hd and sd naming. So there is a 4 device offset done in the enumeration of xvd devices for disks named sd? in the configuration.

[Bug 784937] Re: /mnt not mounted, swap not used, disk is xvde

2011-07-14 Thread Stefan Bader
Just as some additional background information while there is upstream discussion going on. I am not sure how it will end as yesterday responses rather made hope for getting things back and today there is others rather wanting to preserve the current status. The main argument is HVM as you can

[Bug 784937] Re: /mnt not mounted, swap not used, disk is xvde

2011-07-18 Thread Stefan Bader
** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Oneiric) Assignee: Canonical Kernel Team (canonical-kernel-team) = Stefan Bader (stefan-bader-canonical) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to cloud-init in Ubuntu. https

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-08-10 Thread Stefan Bader
As far as I can see the patch commit 1aa8ceef0312a6aae7dd863a120a55f1637b361d Author: Nikola Ciprich extmaill...@linuxbox.cz Date: Wed Mar 9 23:36:51 2011 +0100 KVM: fix kvmclock regression due to missing clock update commit 387b9f97750444728962b236987fbe8ee8cc4f8c moved

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-08-10 Thread Stefan Bader
For Oneiric, this should be fixed already. ** Also affects: linux (Ubuntu Natty) Importance: Undecided Status: New ** Also affects: qemu-kvm (Ubuntu Natty) Importance: Undecided Status: New ** Changed in: qemu-kvm (Ubuntu Natty) Status: New = Invalid ** Changed in:

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-08-10 Thread Stefan Bader
in: linux (Ubuntu Natty) Status: New = In Progress ** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Natty) Assignee: (unassigned) = Stefan Bader (stefan-bader-canonical) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to qemu-kvm in Ubuntu. https

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-08-10 Thread Stefan Bader
** Description changed: + SRU Justification: + + Impact: An upstream change in the kvm code in 2.6.37 causes regressions + running 32bit guest under 11.04 (Natty) KVM. + + Fix: Cherry-picking a single upstream patch (which went into 2.6.39) + fixes the issue. + + Testcase: Booting 32bit rhel

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-08-10 Thread Stefan Bader
Thanks Greg. I have gone ahead and submitted the patch for SRU. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to qemu-kvm in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/795717 Title: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-08-11 Thread Stefan Bader
** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu Natty) Status: In Progress = Fix Committed -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to qemu-kvm in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/795717 Title: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-09-01 Thread Stefan Bader
Greg, could you check with the proposed kernel, too? Process requires it and I don't have the setup ready. Would also help to ensure that the new kernel brings no other problem. :) Thanks. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed

[Bug 795717] Re: 32bit rhel and centos 5.(5|6) hangs on boot on natty

2011-09-21 Thread Stefan Bader
Note that the automatic statement of released is misleading. This patch has been reverted as it was not verified and the kernel without the change is now released. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to qemu-kvm in Ubuntu.

[Blueprint servercloud-s-virtstack] Virtualization Stack Work for Saucy

2013-07-29 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [ebiederm] Push fix for XFS and user namespaces: TODO [serge-hallyn] Fix lxc-net to be nestable with no user interaction: DONE [serge-hallyn] Write sysctl to disable unprivileged CLONE_NEWUSER: DONE [serge-hallyn

[Blueprint servercloud-s-virtstack] Virtualization Stack Work for Saucy

2013-08-05 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [ebiederm] Push fix for XFS and user namespaces: TODO [serge-hallyn] Fix lxc-net to be nestable with no user interaction: DONE [serge-hallyn] Write sysctl to disable unprivileged CLONE_NEWUSER: DONE [serge-hallyn

[Blueprint servercloud-s-virtstack] Virtualization Stack Work for Saucy

2013-08-05 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [ebiederm] Push fix for XFS and user namespaces: TODO [serge-hallyn] Fix lxc-net to be nestable with no user interaction: DONE [serge-hallyn] Write sysctl to disable unprivileged CLONE_NEWUSER: DONE [serge-hallyn

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-08 Thread Stefan Bader
Serge mentioned today on IRC that this may be also a glibc issue, but I am not sure what exactly he was looking at and why he thinks so. Apparently ftracing (I guess the qemu process) and some partially inlining clone function (those with .isra extention) were involved. -- You received this bug

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-15 Thread Stefan Bader
Before running prepare-testbed: - create a directory in /mnt that user ubuntu can write to (say /mnt/adt) - echo BASEDIR=/mnt/adt ~/.adtrc autopkgtest should then use /mnt which has lots of space on medium guests. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-16 Thread Stefan Bader
I saw a similar crash when running the prepare script with a Saucy64 host, a Saucy32 1rst and Saucy32 2nd level guest. The 1rst level guest cpu set to core2duo and I also had to replace the qemu-system-x86_64 by qemu (which maps to the same arch). Otherwise the 2nd level guest was not started at

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-16 Thread Stefan Bader
Using a 64bit 1rst level guest seemed better on manual runs but running in loops seemed to have locked up on the third run. Though completely without any messages. I have to look into that next week. I need to run again with qmp enabled. At least this allows to check for the instruction pointer of

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-19 Thread Stefan Bader
Trying to summarize my testing so far: Host: saucy 64bit, 1rst level saucy 32bit, 2nd level saucy 32bit: - 2nd level guest did not start when using qemu-system-x86_64: - This may be some regression or feature, not sure, yet. - Using qemu only (defaulting to same arch) the 2nd level guest

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-19 Thread Stefan Bader
So host Q and 1rst 32 completed 35 runs and 1rst 64 completed 40. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to qemu-kvm in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1208455 Title: general protection fault running apt-get inside

[Bug 1180397] Re: Xen stable update to 4.2.2

2013-08-20 Thread Stefan Bader
Actually for Saucy I would rather like to get Xen 4.3 uploaded instead. ** Changed in: xen (Ubuntu Saucy) Status: In Progress = Won't Fix -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to xen in Ubuntu.

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-08-22 Thread Stefan Bader
They can be even together. The -nographic removes any emulated graphics card. I am not sure in detail how the cloud images work, but I believe serial line as a console is always on. Depending on which release (in that case I think it is the qemu user-space) the used setup would not work even.

[Bug 1218817] Re: [FFE] Update to Xen-4.3 in Saucy

2013-08-30 Thread Stefan Bader
** Patch added: Xen-README.diff https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xen/+bug/1218817/+attachment/3795024/+files/Xen-README.diff -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to xen in Ubuntu.

[Bug 1218817] [NEW] [FFE] Update to Xen-4.3 in Saucy

2013-08-30 Thread Stefan Bader
(Ubuntu) Importance: High Assignee: Stefan Bader (smb) Status: New -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to xen in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1218817 Title: [FFE] Update to Xen-4.3 in Saucy To manage

[Bug 1218817] Re: [FFE] Update to Xen-4.3 in Saucy

2013-08-30 Thread Stefan Bader
I uploaded and build the new Xen package in my PPA (ppa:smb/xen): https://launchpad.net/~smb/+archive/xen/+build/4880118/+files/buildlog_ubuntu-saucy-amd64.xen_4.3.0-0ubuntu3_UPLOADING.txt.gz

[Bug 1218817] Re: [FFE] Update to Xen-4.3 in Saucy

2013-08-30 Thread Stefan Bader
Several bugfixes were required in virt-install, libvirt and qemu and already have been uploaded to Saucy and submitted upstream when appropriate. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to xen in Ubuntu.

[Blueprint servercloud-s-openstack-hypervisor] Openstack Hypervisors

2013-08-30 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: Add a more recent version of XCP to the Ubuntu Archive: POSTPONED Write XCP documentation and Openstack: POSTPONED Test XCP and Openstack: POSTPONED Write documenation on vmware and Openstack: POSTPONED Work items

[Bug 1218817] Re: [FFE] Update to Xen-4.3 in Saucy

2013-09-02 Thread Stefan Bader
Since I have not heard anything back from Citrix, I did an attempt of checking myself and found that even without any update to Xen the xen- api/xcp state is ... highly improvable. The command-line examples in the README.Debian of xcp-xapi more or less work (with the caveat that you have to leave

[Bug 1180397] Re: Xen stable update to 4.2.2

2013-09-05 Thread Stefan Bader
** Description changed: SRU Justification: Impact: Upstream Xen has released a stable update to 4.2.2. Since Raring and Saucy are based on 4.2 it would be gaining us bug fixes without waiting for people to run into them. Like we do with upstream stable on the kernel. Fix:

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-09-10 Thread Stefan Bader
As it seemed that starting a 64bit hypervisor (qemu-system-x86_64) from a 32bit user-space running on another 64bit hypervisor has different issues which seem to go back even further, I concentrated on bisecting the case of host running 64bit user-space on a 64bit CPU and the first level guest

[Bug 1208455] Re: general protection fault running apt-get inside double nested kvm VM

2013-09-10 Thread Stefan Bader
Btw, James, this means there is a simple but not very helpful work- around for Saucy: use AMD CPU based hosts. Did not check for 32bit user- space on 1rst level but with 64bit and had no issues. Not very surprising as the regression seems to be in the nested VMX code. But also not very useful when

[Bug 1180397] Re: [MRE] Xen stable update to 4.2.2

2013-09-20 Thread Stefan Bader
Hi Brian, not formally yet as I wanted to write that down here as comments with results. Need to see how much effort it will be to leverage some or more of the regression testing that xen upstram does on the git repos. But since I am travelling right now it will get delayed till next week. --

[Blueprint servercloud-s-virtstack] Virtualization Stack Work for Saucy

2013-09-25 Thread Stefan Bader
Blueprint changed by Stefan Bader: Work items changed: Work items: [serge-hallyn] (Dwight is pushing this, but has no lp id) Push fix for XFS and user namespaces: DONE [serge-hallyn] Fix lxc-net to be nestable with no user interaction: DONE [serge-hallyn] Write sysctl to disable

[Bug 1180397] Re: [MRE] Xen stable update to 4.2.2

2013-09-25 Thread Stefan Bader
Adding the test results as an attachment to keep the formatting sane. Note on the one occasional failure of the security QRT run: one of the tests for /proc/pid/maps turns out to be racy at least (I need to talk to the security team about it). But failing or not failing is only depending on

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-25 Thread Stefan Bader
The newer version of the drbd8 utils offer a way to include backwards compatible versions of drbdadm and drbdsetup. So it seemed possible to backport that version. There were a few details to add but I think I got a version that seems to work ok within 12.04/Precise and a 3.2 kernel and after

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-25 Thread Stefan Bader
** Attachment added: drbd8-utils_8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1_i386.deb https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/drbd8/+bug/1185756/+attachment/3840757/+files/drbd8-utils_8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1_i386.deb -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-25 Thread Stefan Bader
** Attachment added: drbd8-utils_8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1_amd64.deb https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/drbd8/+bug/1185756/+attachment/3840756/+files/drbd8-utils_8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1_amd64.deb -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-27 Thread Stefan Bader
@Numérigraphe, thanks for the quick testing. To answer the question from #12 first: The version used by that package depends on the version of the kernel. So just upgrading kernel to 3.8 (or later) and booting with that kernel will cause the 8.4 utils part to be used. This unfortunately does some

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-30 Thread Stefan Bader
So it seems the version displayed by the tools is coded to be that older version. The code itself rather looks to be more recent. So I would rather just tweak the version numbers. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to drbd8

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-30 Thread Stefan Bader
** Attachment added: drbd8-utils_8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1_amd64.deb https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/drbd8/+bug/1185756/+attachment/3851297/+files/drbd8-utils_8.4.3-0ubuntu0.12.04.1_amd64.deb -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which

[Bug 1185756] Re: drbd8-utils not compatible with linux-lts-raring kernel in 12.04

2013-09-30 Thread Stefan Bader
I re-uploaded the Raring debdiff and packages (sorry a bit unclean and using the same version number again). The only change to the previous version is the legacy tools version number being bumped. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is

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