[Bug 1860388] Re: MAAS fails clean install www-data user does not exist due to nginx requirement

2020-02-14 Thread Robie Basak
www-data has id 33, so belongs to the first class described at https://www.debian.org/doc/debian-policy/ch-opersys.html#uid-and-gid- classes It's therefore reasonable for packaging to assume that it always exists, so this is not a bug in nginx packaging. In the general case it's not reasonable

[Bug 1860388] Re: MAAS fails clean install www-data user does not exist due to nginx requirement

2020-02-14 Thread Thomas Ward
This said, `www-data` is created by the *system* even if you don't have any web server installed - the removal of something in the predefined system users group is potentially 'non-standard' and could introduce some breakage of things, as seen here. Digging deeper because I'm not entirely certain

[Bug 1860388] Re: MAAS fails clean install www-data user does not exist due to nginx requirement

2020-02-14 Thread Thomas Ward
We require more data to determine if this is actually an nginx *bug* or something else. We need to see the logs regarding the packages not installing, which are in apt console logs or syslog. Usually the issue isn't one of it not *installing* but more that it installed but couldn't complete

[Bug 1860388] Re: MAAS fails clean install www-data user does not exist due to nginx requirement

2020-02-14 Thread Alberto Donato
This is not a maas bug. Since nginx fails to install and it's a maas dependency, install is interrupted and can't complete instaling maas. ** Also affects: nginx (Ubuntu) Importance: Undecided Status: New ** Changed in: maas Status: New => Invalid -- You received this bug