15:00 <jawn-smith> #startmeeting Weekly Ubuntu Foundations team
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15:00 <jawn-smith> #topic Lightning Round
15:00 <juliank> o/
15:00 <schopin> o/
15:00 <ogayot> o/
15:00 <jawn-smith> The status is here: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/foundations-team-updates-thursday-04-august-2022/29845
15:00 <bdrung> \o
15:00 <sil2100> o/
15:01 <jawn-smith> Let's take a moment to read and ask questions
15:01 <slyon> o/
15:01 <sil2100> I did not write my status again, it starting to become a habit. I blame the point-releases
15:10 <jawn-smith> #topic Release incoming bugs
15:10 <jawn-smith> #link https://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-kk-incoming-bug-tasks.html#foundations-bugs
15:11 <jawn-smith> bug 1982791
15:11 <ubottu> Bug 1982791 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "An EoL release cannot dist-upgrade if not all updates are installed and the release has been archived to old-releases" [High, Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1982791
15:11 <jawn-smith> bdmurray: You tagged this one
15:12 <bdmurray> This won't matter for KK but will for LL
15:13 <bdmurray> so let's retag in rls-ll-incoming
15:13 <jawn-smith> Okay sounds good to me.
15:13 <jawn-smith> bug 1982486
15:13 <ubottu> Bug 1982486 in update-notifier (Ubuntu Kinetic) "update-motd-fsck-at-reboot: exclude nbd devices" [High, In Progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1982486
15:14 <jawn-smith> We discussed this last week, let me read the logs
15:14 <bdmurray> we carded it so it just needs cleaning which I'll do
15:14 <jawn-smith> Great, thanks.
15:14 <jawn-smith> bug 1315559
15:14 <ubottu> Bug 1315559 in apport (Ubuntu) "UpgradeStatus can be incorrect" [Medium, Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1315559
15:14 <jawn-smith> that's a low number
15:15 <jawn-smith> Reported by bdmurray in 2014
15:15 <bdmurray> vintage
15:15 <jawn-smith> Has something changed to make this more urgent?
15:15 <bdmurray> It confused Steve in https://errors.ubuntu.com/oops/2ccb554c-1279-11ed-b06e-fa163ef35206
15:15 <bdmurray> UpgradeStatus
15:15 <bdmurray> Upgraded to groovy on 2022-08-02 (0 days ago)
15:16 <vorlon> which I was only paying attention to because it was an ubuntu-release-upgrade crash
15:17 <jawn-smith> Sounds worth working then, let's card it
15:17 <mclemenceau> ok
15:17 <jawn-smith> Thanks
15:17 <bdmurray> Its horribly confusing and only somebody who is part of the furniture would know why its wrong
15:18 <jawn-smith> bug 1979952
15:18 <ubottu> Bug 1979952 in systemd (Ubuntu) "Bind mount to NFS mount fails on Ubuntu 22.04" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1979952
15:18 <enr0n> I was able to confirm this is present in jammy and kinetic
15:18 <jawn-smith> Looks like there's an upstream fix already
15:18 <enr0n> There is a straight forward upstream fix available which I have tested
15:18 <slyon> sounds like a nice inclusion for the next jammy SRU
15:18 <enr0n> So I think we should card this and include it in the upcoming jammy SRU for systemd
15:18 <jawn-smith> Alright let's card it and remove the tag then, sounds like enr0n is on top of it
15:19 <bdmurray> Is there a timeline for that?
15:19 <bdmurray> After .1?
15:19 <slyon> yes, after .1. The last one was just 1 month ago
15:20 <enr0n> Yeah that makes sense.
15:20 <jawn-smith> Is the systemd SRU cycle documented somewhere?
15:20 <slyon> so unless we need some critical fix, we wait a bit more
15:20 <jawn-smith> Just for my own curiosity
15:20 <slyon> jawn-smith: it is not, AFAIK
15:20 <jawn-smith> Okay, that might be something worth doing... eventually
15:20 <slyon> ack
15:21 <jawn-smith> Alright that's getting carded. Moving on
15:21 <jawn-smith> bug 1981109
15:21 <ubottu> Bug 1981109 in modemmanager (Ubuntu) "server image pulls in ModemManager via fwupd, consumes 25MiB RAM in every container" [High, Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1981109
15:21 <sil2100> huh
15:21 <sil2100> When adding the new RISC-V platforms, some of the generic non-SUBARCH code
15:21 <jawn-smith> Last we discussed this there was nothing for foundations to work on.
15:21 <sil2100> went missing and some invalid assumptions have been made, causing cloud
15:21 <sil2100> eeek, accidental paste
15:21 <sil2100> ...please ignore
15:22 <jawn-smith> It's marked as fixed in livecd-rootfs. vorlon do you agree there is currently nothing for foundations to work on related to this bug?
15:22 <vorlon> it needs to be fixed in jammy
15:22 <vorlon> so should probably be carded for that
15:23 <jawn-smith> Ah okay, let's card that then
15:24 <mclemenceau> ok
15:24 <jawn-smith> Thanks!
15:24 <jawn-smith> bug 1981721
15:24 <ubottu> Bug 1981721 in netplan.io (Ubuntu) "dual port SRIOV NIC with 64 VFs per PF  is not configured with switchdev eswitch mode" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1981721
15:24 <jawn-smith> slyon: are we still waiting on openstack input?
15:24 <slyon> no update on that since last week, so let's skip
15:24 <jawn-smith> Cool, that's it for kk
15:24 <slyon> i think it's not very high priority for the openstack team
15:24 <jawn-smith> #link https://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-jj-incoming-bug-tasks.html#foundations-bugs
15:24 <bdmurray> dupes
15:25 <jawn-smith> ah, looks like both of these jj bugs have already been discussed/carded
15:25 <jawn-smith> rls-ff is empty for foundations, but has a few unknowns again
15:25 <jawn-smith> #link https://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-ff-incoming-bug-tasks.html#foundations-bugs
15:25 <jawn-smith> None of those look like foundations packages to me. Agreed?
15:26 <bdmurray> +1
15:26 * bdrung agrees
15:26 <jawn-smith> #topic Team proposed-migration report
15:26 <jawn-smith> #link https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses_by_team.html#foundations-bugs
15:26 <jawn-smith> vorlon:
15:27 <slyon> re lintian: we could promote libregexp-wildcards-perl, the MIR is ready (LP: #1980968)
15:27 <ubottu> Launchpad bug 1980968 in lintian (Ubuntu) "[MIR] libregexp-wildcards-perl" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1980968
15:28 <slyon> which would resolve one of the dependencies
15:28 <slyon> others are still pending
15:28 <vorlon> ubuntu-meta: still in desktop team's hands
15:29 <vorlon> lintian: in MIR land per the above
15:29 <vorlon> but the MIR tasks are marked incomplete?
15:30 <slyon> yes. those are still pending. only libregexp-wildcards-perl is done
15:30 <vorlon> looks like this is largely with ginggs who I believe is out this week
15:30 <slyon> which is a different LP bug
15:30 <slyon> that's true.
15:31 <vorlon> mutt has been blocked on gsasl for 25 days; I don't see that this was assigned out last week or discussed?
15:31 <slyon> vorlon: that's a MIR as well, blocked on security review
15:32 <vorlon> aha thanks, hadn't clicked through on the bug yet
15:32 <vorlon> gcc-12, looks like we're waiting for doko, who is also out this week
15:34 <vorlon> ogayot: are you still on zlib?
15:34 <vorlon> sounds like gcc-12 is hamstrung by launchpad build farm issues that we're waiting for a resolution on
15:34 <ogayot> fheimes has been actively working on that one, I tested the patch from bug 1983255 but unfortunately still red for me
15:34 <ubottu> Bug 1983255 in samtools-legacy (Ubuntu) "samtools-legacy misses 'Remove compressBound assertions' (PR #1258) fix" [High, In Progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/1983255
15:35 <vorlon> ogayot: ok, and this is a real regression introduced by new zlib?
15:35 <schopin> seems likely, as the new upload was for s390x specific code.
15:36 <ogayot> using an old zlib does not trigger the bug, but I don't think this is strictly caused by zlib
15:36 <vorlon> ogayot: but in any case we need tests fixed before we progress, ok
15:36 <vorlon> sqlite3 vs senlin: this was mentioned last week as 'probably needs a retry' but it's still stuck
15:37 <vorlon> and was retried several times on the 31st so this needs someone to take it and dig in
15:37 <vorlon> bdmurray: can you take this?
15:38 <bdmurray> maybe
15:39 <vorlon> waveform: can you take senlin?
15:39 <waveform> I'm out next week, so if it can wait a week, yes
15:40 <vorlon> you mean you can't fix it tomorrow? :)
15:40 <vorlon> anyway
15:40 <vorlon> waveform: senlin/sqlite3
15:40 <bdmurray> senlin passes in debian so I can try it with more resources
15:40 <waveform> ack :)
15:40 <schopin> I'll take rustc vs llvm
15:40 <vorlon> schopin: thanks
15:41 <vorlon> libgd-perl was mis-triaged last week, it was dep-wait but required someone to make changes to get the new build-deps built on i386.  That was done, then it failed to install those build-deps; I'm going to retry it and I'll follow through
15:42 <vorlon> apt missing builds, also an i386 issue somehow, I'll follow up (I think this was already cleared)
15:42 <bdrung> the regression there on gbrowse was reported as Debian bug #1014797 and forwarded upstream (no response there yet)
15:42 <ubottu> Debian bug 1014797 in src:gbrowse "FTBFS: test failures with new libgd3" [Serious, Open] https://bugs.debian.org/1014797
15:43 <bdrung> (referring to libgd-perl)
15:43 <vorlon> devscripts ALSO dep-wait on i386
15:43 <vorlon> for the same package as apt, so I'll take that too :/
15:43 <slyon> I'll take liburi-perl, because TIL
15:43 <vorlon> slyon: thanks
15:44 <vorlon> let's give curl / hddemux to dbungert
15:46 <vorlon> bdmurray: can you take libuv1?
15:46 <vorlon> eh
15:46 <vorlon> bdrung: can you take libuv1? :)
15:46 <bdrung> I prefer to look an the sudo regressions
15:48 <vorlon> ok
15:48 <vorlon> enr0n: can you take libuv1?
15:49 <enr0n> Yes indeed
15:49 <vorlon> jawn-smith: can you take casper?
15:49 <jawn-smith> ack
15:49 <vorlon> and that's it
15:49 <jawn-smith> #topic AOB
15:52 <jawn-smith> Any holidays or vacations coming up?
15:53 <bdrung> soon-ish (but not next week)
15:54 <jawn-smith> #endmeeting