Triage report for 2019-11-27

Bryce Harrington bryce.harrington at
Wed Nov 27 21:22:28 UTC 2019

## Proposed Migration ##
>From monday's migration work:
  - psmisc rebuild successfully resolved its own blockage
  - dovecot-antispam nochange rebuild resolved dovecot blockage

* python-oauthlib
  - Is moving from python 2.1.0-1 to 3.1.0-1.  Presumably this means
    it's going through a python2->3 transition?
  - python-oauthlib is mentioned on Doko's Python2 removal email

* pyjwt
  - The transition for this package from 1.7.1-1 to 1.7.1-2 is to "Drop
    python2 support".  This will result in the removal of python-jwt,
    which python-oauthlib has a dependency on.

I've manually triggered a coupled test run specifying both of the new
py3 packages for python-oauthlib and pyjwt against arch's amd64, arm64,
armhf, i386, ppc64el, s390x.${ARCH}&package=python-oauthlib&trigger=python-oauthlib%2F3.1.0-1&trigger=pyjwt%2F1.7.1-2

If that doesn't resolve both packages, may need to do coupled test
triggers also with package=pyjwt.

* subunit
  - This is just a no-change rebuild by debian
  - subunit is marked stuck due to python-autopilot-trace (ppc64el),
    which is provided by autopilot-legacy (I guess?)  Other packages
    also are blocked on autopilot, but it's last changelog entry was
    zesty in 2017.
  - autopilot is a GUI test tool for desktop applications.  It is listed
    on Doko's Python2 removal email:
  - However, there is no mention of "*autopilot*" anywhere in subunit's
    codebase.  So, I'm not sure 
  - subunit's rdepends shows it's depended on by samba-testsuite,
    however samba-testsuite's changelog indicates it was dropped as a
    dependency by Debian in 2016.  In our package it's listed as a Suggests.
    + Maybe we should just drop the subunit suggest for samba-testsuite?

* ocfs2-tools
  - is failing autopkgtest, and seems to be hitting some kernel
    panics, which I don't know if it's normal or exceptional.
  - Someone more knowledgeable about this package's test and their VFS
    usage may need to study this one, if it's a legit issue.
  - No one appears to have attempted a rebuild on this, so I've done so
    for all architectures.

* ruby-minitest
  - amd64: ruby-maxitest
  - Doesn't appear to be any issues for ruby-maxitest though?
  - I can't identify what the fault is for this, not spotting errors or
    obvious discrepancies.  No clue what is blocking this one.

## Bug Triage ##

Bugs last updated on 2019-11-26 (Tuesday)
Date range identified as: "Wednesday triage"
Found 21 bugs, mostly due to regular packager activities.

Only 3 required triager action:

LP: #1806004 - (New)            [keepalived]     - Keepalived scripts are not getting executed
* keepalived expects a keepalived_script user/group but none is set up
--> Added sample postinst and postrm scripts to add them, but this
    probably needs discussed with Debian first.

LP: #1853967 - (New)            [mysql-5.7]      - package mysql-server-5.7 (not installed) failed to install/upgrade: subprocess new pre-installation script returned error exit status 1
--> Local config issue trying to downgrade to mysql-5.7 on 16.04.

LP: #1854023 - (New)            [openssh]        - package openssh-client 1:7.2p2-4ubuntu2.8 failed to install/upgrade: package openssh-client is already installed and configured
LP: #1854038 - (New)            [openssh]        - package openssh-sftp-server 1:7.2p2-4ubuntu2.8 failed to install/upgrade: package openssh-sftp-server is already installed and configured
* Both say it failed install because package was already installed(??)
* Not sure there actually is a valid bug here
--> Marked dupes; asked for clarification


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