Triage report ("Monday triage")
bryce.harrington at canonical.com
Tue Nov 26 05:02:24 UTC 2019
## Bug Triage ##
Date range identified as: "Monday triage"
Found 10 bugs + 3 backlog
Only these needed any action:
LP: #1853494 - *(Confirmed) [mysql-5.7] - Add back WITH_SSL build parameter
* Security needs reproducer. User provided workaround + stack trace.
* The suggested patch looks minimal and SRU-able to me.
--> Set to Incomplete and clarified what's required
LP: #1853636 - (New) [mysql-5.7] - Client SSL connection errors in 5.7.28
* The provided error message seems to be generic, just indicates version
mismatch between client and server. However, since this was caused by
a stable update, seems to qualify as a legit regression and might need
priority attention once understood.
--> Requested logs, since none were provided.
--> Marked regression-release
LP: #1641238 - (Triaged) [apache2] - as a reverse proxy, a 100 continue response is sent prematurely when a request contains expects: 100-continue
* Fix has been backported upstream, though not to the specific Apache
versions xenial/trusty/bionic we have
--> Added respective bug tasks, medium priority
LP: #1782650 - (Triaged) [nagios-nrpe] - nrpe plugin in bionic fails with Error - Could not complete SSL handshake
* The bionic package expects v3 (2048-bit) keys and refuses to work with
older keys. Users would like a workaround to make it accept v2 keys.
* If I understand it, bionic <-> bionic and bionic <-> newer are
--> Added bug task for bionic, but eventually everyone will have to
upgrade their keys anyway. Don't see a need to bump priority up from
Medium at this point.
## Proposed Migration ##
* psmisc's log looks like it hit a network error on armhf
(connection timed out trying to reach ftpmaster.internal)
-> Requested a rebuild
* libseccomp is blocked by systemd, which is failing autopkgtest on i386
and s390x for two tests, 'root-unittests' and 'upstream'. Looks like
they've gotten re-test requests already by paelzer. The failure for
'root-unittests' appears to happen with this part of the log:
Failed to add shmat() rule for architecture x86, skipping: Invalid argument
Assertion 'p == MAP_FAILED' failed at src/test/test-seccomp.c:493, function test_memory_deny_write_execute_mmap(). Aborting.
memoryseccomp-mmap terminated by signal ABRT.
Assertion 'wait_for_terminate_and_check("memoryseccomp-mmap", pid,
WAIT_LOG) == EXIT_SUCCESS' failed at src/test/test-seccomp.c:507,
function test_memory_deny_write_execute_mmap(). Aborting.
FAIL: test-seccomp (code: 134)
s390x has similar output.
I couldn't discern where the 'upstream' test case was failing.
* dovecot is marked "Valid candidate", but the reason it's on the excuses
page is due to dovecot-antispam which apparently has an api version
dependence and needs no-change rebuilds.
-> Uploaded a no-change rebuild (not sure of the correct procedure,
but this seems to be what's been done before.)
* exim4 was blocked, and sent me an email that it was stuck on the 22nd,
but it seems not to be on the list today. Maybe something already
* pyjwt is maybe stuck due to python-oauthlib?
* python-oauthlib lists a bunch of dependencies, not sure which is
* amd64: lptools, python-apport, python-launchpadlib,
* ocfs2-tools is failing autopkgtest, and seems to be hitting some kernel
panics, which I don't know if it's normal or exceptional:
[ 1.470204] md: ... autorun DONE.
[ 1.471873] VFS: Cannot open root device "PARTUUID=5b57f3f9-086a-4a7d-ae78-efdee8842586" or unknown-block(0,0): error -6
[ 1.475808] Please append a correct "root=" boot option; here are the available partitions:
[ 1.478858] Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)
I don't know if it's relevant, but there was also a "Fail" on
[[0;32m OK [0m] Listening on [0;1;39mD-Bus System Message Bus Socket[0m.
[[0;1;31mFAILED[0m] Failed to listen on [0;1;39mSocket?r snap application lxd.daemon[0m.
See 'systemctl status snap.lxd.daemon.unix.socket' for details.
[[0;32m OK [0m] Listening on [0;1;39mUUID daemon activation
* subunit is stuck due to python-autopilot-trace (ppc64el)
More information about the ubuntu-server