+1 Maintenance report 23-27 May 2022

Alexandre Ghiti alexandre.ghiti at canonical.com
Mon May 30 10:02:06 UTC 2022

And I forgot to mention:


I added a patch to fix the permission denied on accessing files here :
But then autopkgtest fails on armhf
There is no obvious reason in the link above but when launched locally, the
error was not the same and may be more helpful:

vals = ['9048843364125']

def generic_converter(vals):
 > return numpy.array(vals, numpy_type)
E OverflowError: Python int too large to convert to C long

/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/astropy/io/ascii/core.py:1004: OverflowError

I won't have time to follow up on this though.



On Mon, May 30, 2022 at 11:54 AM Alexandre Ghiti <
alexandre.ghiti at canonical.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I was on +1 maintenance last week, below what I worked on:
> netdata
> ======
> It was a simple sync since Debian merged the patch that I had added
> previously. This was uploaded by @Graham Inggs .
> node-gulp-coffee
> =============
> node-gulp-coffee timeouts on tests on arm64 only, I increased the timeout
> and the tests passed. This was uploaded by @Graham Inggs .
> libgpg-error
> =========
> It regressed on i386 because debian removed the test directive
> "skip-not-installable". Indeed, Ubuntu i386 autopkgtest runners actually
> run on amd64 and use multi-arch which then used to trigger amd64 tests on
> for i386 builds which then failed. This was fixed by @Lukas Märdian here
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libgpg-error/+bug/1975673. But
> as explained in the bug report, the i386 test still fails: this is because
> autopkgtest tries to install gcc-mingw-w64-i686:i386 which does not exist,
> gcc-mingw-w64-i686:all does though. Either a fix is needed in autopkgtest
> in order to fallback to :all when :$arch does not, or I was told that this
> package could be missing Multi-Arch: foreign field. *Anyway, I'm still
> working on this.*
> aqsis
> ====
> aqsis FTBFS on armhf because Debian had support for qt5 and armhf qt5
> libraries lack support for some OpenGL functions: indeed, armhf qt5
> libraries use the OpenGL ES 2.0 mode
> (qtbase-opensource-src-5.15.4+dfsg/debian/rules), which is only a subset of
> OpenGL 2.0 and does not contain the missing functions (
> https://www.khronos.org/registry/OpenGL/specs/es/2.0/es_cm_spec_2.0.pdf).
> And it regressed on i386 because the last build for this arch was removed
> from release: I added a Britney hint to make it pass (Thanks @Graham Inggs
> <graham.inggs at canonical.com> for this).
> This was uploaded by @Graham Inggs <graham.inggs at canonical.com>.
> dropbear
> =======
> dropbear regressed on all archs because of the following issues:
> - mkdir fail because ~/.ssh already exists => use mkdir -p
> - tests find the installed kernel by matching kernel packages suffixed by
> -$arch (like Debian does) whereas in Ubuntu they are suffixed by -generic
> - mmdebstrap fails because the sources.list was grepped against 'Origin:
> Debian' => change that for 'Origin: Ubuntu'
> The package built successfully in my PPA and I locally validated that
> autopkgtest passes on amd64 but I had to increase the memory size of the
> VM, I'll add this package to big_packages too. @Graham Inggs
> <graham.inggs at canonical.com> just told me that autopkgtest failed on
> armhf for another reason, I'll fix that and ask for uploading: *I'm still
> working on this*.
> That's it,
> Thanks,
> Alex
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