Triage and Migration report Monday 28th October
stephane.graber at canonical.com
Mon Oct 28 15:50:40 UTC 2019
The LXC failures look like just infra flakiness (unable to reach the GPG
sks servers), nothing particularly new, the autopkgtest infrastructure has
always been unreliable for this.
Re-trying often clears the issue eventually.
On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 2:59 PM Christian Ehrhardt <
christian.ehrhardt at canonical.com> wrote:
> ## Triage ##
> Had a good list of 22 bugs today.
> Fortunately 17 of them were updates by the team or related people
> working on the issues already.
> That left 5 to actually triage of which all ended up as incomplete
> either missing reasonable logs or clearly being support requests that
> had to be redirected to community support.
> ## Proposed-Migration ##
> - ruby2.5 related there were a bunch of test fails rake,
> ruby-test-unit, libyaml.
> They all looked like transient errors, so for now I just restarted the
> On the next days one might check how they appear now.
> - haproxy,dpdk, crmsh, nginx, dbconfig-common, xen-tools, ssh-agent-filter
> and a few more had transient armhf test issues (all restarted)
> All net issues to fetch packages on armhf
> This haproxy sync will also fix 1841936 in Focal btw
> - still a bunch of python transition related packages showing up
> As last week those are usually worked on by Doko and he reaches
> out if things are non trivial.
> - lxc tests are blocking a few transitons systemd, rsync
> @Stgraber - are those test issues known and addressed already?
> - php7.3 https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/php7.3/7.3.10-1
> This is FTBFS but AFAIK bryce is already on that.
> - postgresql-11 has quite a lot of related test fails
> But then postgresql-12 is already in proposed and eventually the only
> one in Focal, we might focus on this one instead.
> Story continues in the next issue below ...
> - I was asked by doko about asyncpg (again postgresql related P-migration
> We formerly had delta that was all in upstream now and became a sync.
> But fails to self-test properly around something with PG-12.
> I opened and worked a bit on bug
> => https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/asyncpg/+bug/1850136
> Eventually became clear to be a mismatch of libpq-dev and
> default-version which will be fixed
> in the next postgresql-common upload (needs a syncpackage once available)
> Christian Ehrhardt
> Staff Engineer, Ubuntu Server
> Canonical Ltd
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