15:00 <bdmurray> #startmeeting Weekly Ubuntu Foundations team
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15:00 <mclemenceau> o/
15:00 <bdmurray> #topic Lightning Round
15:01 <sil2100> o/
15:01 <bdmurray> We've posted our status in discourse again https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/foundations-team-updates-thursday-31-march-2022/27409/3
15:01 <sil2100> I need to add mine, will do that later
15:01 <bdmurray> Let's take a moment to look them over and ask any questions
15:03 <bdmurray> Is there a proper way to write RISCV or RISCV64?
15:03 <jawn-smith> The official foundation stylizes it as RISC-V
15:03 <sil2100> To me riscv64 is always the correct way for when we're talking about the Ubuntu arch, but otherwise I'd use RISC-V
15:03 <jawn-smith> ^
15:04 <bdmurray> Got it
15:04 <bdmurray> Any other burning questions?
15:04 <bdmurray> Alrighty then moving on
15:04 <bdmurray> #topic Release Incoming Bugs
15:05 <bdmurray> #link https://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-jj-incoming-bug-tasks.html
15:05 <bdmurray> bug 1966381 is about the configuration of system-oomd
15:05 <ubottu> Bug 1966381 in systemd (Ubuntu) "applications crash that never crashed under Ubuntu-20.04" [High, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1966381
15:05 <bdmurray> Is that installed by default?
15:06 <jawn-smith> Yes, as of Jammy
15:07 <bdmurray> This sounds like something we should card and sort out
15:07 <bdmurray> So let's do that
15:07 <bdmurray> bug 1923052
15:07 <ubottu> Bug 1923052 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "screen reader does not read ubiquity window" [High, Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1923052
15:08 <bdmurray> I'll test that with the Beta
15:08 <bdmurray> bug 1958720 is still on the server-todo
15:09 <ubottu> Bug 1958720 in pyyaml (Ubuntu) "python3-yaml and python3-six are not co-installable with python-is-python2 in jammy" [High, Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1958720
15:09 <bdmurray> Let's check with cpaelzer about the priority of that
15:09 <bdmurray> bug 1962751 is still incomplete
15:09 <ubottu> Bug 1962751 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "nvidia drivers not installed automatically" [High, Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1962751
15:09 <bdmurray> I believe that type of laptop will be waiting for us in London so while late we could test it then.
15:10 <bdmurray> bug 1068591 was still tagged and I've fixed that
15:10 <ubottu> Bug 1068591 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Jammy) "release upgrade should deactivate /etc/apt/preferences*" [Medium, Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1068591
15:10 <bdmurray> bug 1962454 is still a nice to have so leaving
15:10 <ubottu> Bug 1962454 in apport (Ubuntu) "Oops pages show wrong time window in JournalErrors" [Low, Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1962454
15:10 <sil2100> At least it doesn't seem to be widespread, maybe more very laptop specific (the nvidia install issue)
15:10 <bdmurray> bug 1966416
15:10 <ubottu> Bug 1966416 in pam (Ubuntu) "pam_faillock does not actually deny login after given number of failures" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1966416
15:12 <bdmurray> that looks like it bears investigation
15:12 <bdmurray> let's target and card it
15:13 <bdmurray> bug 1966589
15:13 <ubottu> Bug 1966589 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "Upgrader unable to contact snap store" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1966589
15:13 <bdmurray> I actually think this might be an issue with the firefox package, one could way to test it would be to edit sources.list and see if the same issue happens. I'll do that today.
15:14 <bdmurray> If it ends up being u-r-u we can card it.
15:14 <bdmurray> bug 1962843 doesn't have an easy reproducer yet
15:14 <ubottu> Bug 1962843 in systemd (Ubuntu) "Guest OS customization fail for ubuntu 22.04 desktop in vsphere due to  adding 'shutdown.target' in file /usr/lib/systemd/system/systemd-networkd.socket" [Undecided, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1962843
15:15 <bdmurray> However enr0n will have a look at it
15:15 <bdmurray> But let's not card it yet
15:15 <cpaelzer> bdmurray: thanks for the ping, it is best effort on Robies list atm
15:16 <bdmurray> cpaelzer: ack, we'll think about how important the bug is
15:16 <bdmurray> bug 1965652
15:16 <ubottu> Bug 1965652 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "machine froze when upgrading impish->jammy" [Undecided, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1965652
15:17 <bdmurray> I'd think this was the gvfs crash enr0n found but leok gave us some different crash files
15:17 <bdmurray> I'll look at that too.
15:17 <bdmurray> #link https://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-ii-incoming-bug-tasks.html
15:17 <bdmurray> 0
15:18 <bdmurray> #link https://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-ff-incoming-bug-tasks.html
15:18 <bdmurray> there's the /boot size bug and the zfs snapshot
15:19 <bdmurray> I think we are waiting to here from didier about the zfs snapshot patch
15:19 <jawn-smith> I'm planning to look into that when I'm not on +1
15:19 <bdmurray> Alright thanks
15:19 <bdmurray> Okay, that's everything for bugs
15:19 <bdmurray> #topic Team proposed-migration report
15:19 <bdmurray> jawn-smith:
15:20 <jawn-smith> There's a long list today
15:20 <jawn-smith> most likely related to rebuilds and infrastructure issues
15:20 <jawn-smith> first up is boost1.74
15:20 <jawn-smith> ginggs: you were looking at that last week
15:20 <ogayot> https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses_by_team.html#foundations-bugs
15:21 <ginggs> jawn-smith: yup, i think esys-particle can be removed (no reverse deps)
15:21 <jawn-smith> oh excellent
15:21 <jawn-smith> Can you file a removal bug?
15:21 <ginggs> sure
15:21 <jawn-smith> Thanks!
15:22 <jawn-smith> gpgme was with alexghiti
15:22 <alexghiti> I have a fix that works, but I'm not quite happy with it
15:22 <jawn-smith> Okay great, glad you're making progress
15:22 <jawn-smith> pillow is just waiting for tests to run
15:22 <jawn-smith> I retried firejail vs libselinux before this meeting, and it was "neutral"
15:22 <jawn-smith> so I think that will migrate
15:24 <jawn-smith> that systemd/unknown looks suspicious, but we're not trying arm64 things at the moment due to infra issues
15:24 <juliank> as a short cloud status: bos01 is totally down since 03:00 UTC, so if you retry arm64 stuff now it runs on bos02. but beware queue sizes and limited capacity and only do urgent stuff
15:24 <jawn-smith> xypron: you were looking at r-cran-openssl
15:24 <xypron> jawn-smith: yes
15:24 <jawn-smith> Any progress?
15:25 <xypron> LP # 1966307 autopackage tests fail fix is committed
15:25 <xypron> LP #1966307
15:25 <ubottu> Launchpad bug 1966307 in r-cran-openssl (Ubuntu) "autopackage tests fail" [Low, Fix Committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1966307
15:25 <jawn-smith> oh excellent, does anyone want to sponsor?
15:25 <jawn-smith> Thanks xypron
15:26 <ginggs> if it's fixed-committed it's uploaded but not migrated
15:26 <ginggs> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/r-cran-openssl/1.4.6+dfsg-1ubuntu1
15:26 <ginggs> ^ sponsored
15:27 <jawn-smith> Oh right, thanks!
15:27 <jawn-smith> Moving on, ltrace is FTBFS on ppc64el and riscv64
15:27 <ogayot> I looked at ltrace on ppc64el
15:27 <jawn-smith> Who wants ltrace?
15:28 <jawn-smith> Excellent, do you want to keep looking into it?
15:28 <ogayot> sure, I'll take it
15:28 <jawn-smith> thanks!
15:28 <doko> riscv64 is not a regression, only ppc64el is (for ltrace)
15:28 <bdmurray> Somebody needs to run the new r-cran-openssl w/ openssl.
15:29 <jawn-smith> ginggs just volunteered to trigger that test, thanks!
15:29 <jawn-smith> avahi vs libreoffice is likely just flakiness
15:29 <jawn-smith> but it's arm64 so we'll wait
15:29 <ginggs> i can do it, but r-cran-openssl maybe broke r-cran-httr on s390x
15:29 <jawn-smith> boost-defaults is just waiting
15:30 <jawn-smith> bridge-utils vs firejail
15:30 <jawn-smith> having looked at firejail tests earlier I'm betting this is just flakiness
15:30 <jawn-smith> yeah, code 14
15:30 <jawn-smith> retried on ppc64el but waiting on armhf for now
15:31 <jawn-smith> build-essential has lots of regressions, but they mostly appear to be arm related
15:31 <jawn-smith> which is suspicious this week
15:31 <jawn-smith> there are a few that aren't, so who wants to look at gjs vs build-essential on ppc64el?
15:32 <jawn-smith> enr0n: gjs vs build-essential
15:32 <jawn-smith> I'll look at gromacs and libassuan
15:33 * jawn-smith hoards the amd64 issues
15:33 <jawn-smith> toml vs build-essential. since it's also ppc64el would you like it enr0n ?
15:33 <jawn-smith> feel free to say no
15:33 <enr0n> I can take it
15:33 <jawn-smith> okay, volunteers to look at the bzip2 failures?
15:34 <jawn-smith> systemd can likely be ignored for now due to arm stuff
15:34 <jawn-smith> but dahdi-linux vs bzip2 should be looked at
15:34 <bdmurray> badpkg: Test dependencies are unsatisfiable.
15:35 <jawn-smith> bdmurray: dahdi-linux vs bzip2
15:35 <jawn-smith> cron is just arm stuff
15:35 <jawn-smith> skipping lots of arm stuff
15:35 <jawn-smith> oh systemd vs cron is amd64
15:35 <jawn-smith> any volunteers
15:36 <jawn-smith> dbungert: want to look at that?
15:36 <dbungert> jawn-smith: ack
15:36 <jawn-smith> thanks!
15:37 <jawn-smith> gnupg2 has non-arm stuff
15:38 <jawn-smith> debuerreotype vs gnupg2. xypron can you look at this?
15:38 <jawn-smith> livecd-rootfs vs gnupg2 I'll toss over to mwhudson
15:39 <jawn-smith> I restarted extrepo because it looked flaky
15:39 <jawn-smith> I also restarted the golang-defaults test before this meeting and it also passed
15:40 <jawn-smith> ubuntu-image blocking gdisk seems like something I should look into
15:40 <jawn-smith> even though it's arm64
15:40 * jawn-smith skips more arm stuff
15:41 <jawn-smith> who doesn't currently have a proposed-migration task?
15:41 <alexghiti> o/
15:41 <ginggs> o/
15:41 <doko> o/
15:41 <ginggs> i assume clicking r-cran-openssl doesn't count :)
15:41 <jawn-smith> doko says to ignore python3-stdlib-extensions
15:42 <jawn-smith> runescape vs java-common. any takers?
15:42 <bdmurray> ginggs: did you really click it or use the script?
15:42 <jawn-smith> alexghiti: how's your java?
15:43 <alexghiti> Not that great but I can have a look!
15:43 <ginggs> bdmurray: actually c) none of the above - copied URL, added trigger, pasted into browser -- did not use the script
15:43 <jawn-smith> thanks!
15:43 <jawn-smith> glibc vs libcap2: doko?
15:44 <doko> ok
15:44 <jawn-smith> oh that's still arm
15:44 <jawn-smith> systemd vs libcap2 ginggs ?
15:44 <ginggs> sure
15:44 <jawn-smith> and that's everyone
15:44 <jawn-smith> back to you bdmurray
15:44 <doko> ftbfs ...
15:44 <doko> https://people.canonical.com/~ginggs/ftbfs-report/test-rebuild-20220317-jammy-jammy.html#foundations-bugs-team
15:45 <bdmurray> #topic AOB
15:45 <bdmurray> which is ftbfs
15:46 <doko> acpi-support?
15:46 <doko> gcc-11 retried the Nth time
15:46 <bdmurray> I still need to look at acpi-support
15:46 <jawn-smith> bdmurray had volunteered for acpi-support last week
15:46 <doko> gpgme1.0
15:46 <jawn-smith> alexghiti has a patch
15:46 <doko> that we already had
15:47 <doko> localechooser
15:47 <ginggs> not a regression
15:47 <doko> ltrace already assigned
15:47 <jawn-smith> pillow was with doko
15:47 <doko> is already uploaded
15:47 <jawn-smith> vim was with me
15:48 <jawn-smith> I think it's just flaky
15:48 <jawn-smith> but I haven't looked very closely due to being on +1 this week
15:48 <ginggs> jawn-smith: i'll retry vim on ppc64el
15:48 <jawn-smith> ginggs: thanks!
15:48 <jawn-smith> as for other business: today is a half day for me. I'm EOD in about an hour
15:53 <bdmurray> I'm on holiday next week
15:53 <dbungert> ginggs: systmed has a timeout test failure that is affecting several pacakges, we can probably hit them all with https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/request.cgi?release=jammy&arch=amd64&package=systemd&trigger=libcap2%2F1%3A2.44-1build3&trigger=bzip2%2F1.0.8-5build1&trigger=cron%2F3.0pl1-137ubuntu3 - what do you think?
15:54 <dbungert> *systemd of course
15:54 <bdmurray> alright, thanks everybody!
15:54 <bdmurray> #endmeeting