Bug triage report for 2020-01-18 (Monday triage)
robie.basak at ubuntu.com
Tue Jan 19 16:59:55 UTC 2021
Bugs last updated between 2021-01-15 (Friday) and 2021-01-17 (Sunday)
Date range identified as: "Monday triage"
There were quite a few bugs worth mentioning:
Bugs that seem valid and could do with attention soon. I've made sure
they're correctly in the backlog with Importance set:
LP: #1873923 - *(Confirmed) [freeradius] - freeradius with freeradius-python3 fails to start out of the box
LP: #1885403 - *(Confirmed) [postfix] - posttls-finger fails to connect to private/tlsmgr
LP: #1909950 - *(New) [bind9] - TCP connections never close
LP: #1911999 - (New) [multipath-tools] - faulty paths are not removed
I additionally tagged this one server-next as a patch is available:
LP: #1912118 - (New) [dovecot] - assertion failure in message_part_finish when searching large folder
One valid bug that I'm not sure needs as high a priority, but is correctly in
the backlog so I left it alone:
LP: #1893753 - *(Triaged) [nginx] - libnginx-mod-http-lua 0.10.11 not compatible with NGINX 1.18/1.17
I didn't think this bug belongs to the server team, even if it is valid,
so I left it alone:
LP: #1891810 - (New) [libseccomp] - Missing openat2 syscall, causes problems for fuse-overlayfs in nspawn containers
Finally, I'm not sure how to handle this one in terms of priority.
Normally I'd say that if it is valid, it doesn't affect most Ubuntu
users so needs a volunteer to drive it. Should it be treated any
differently just because it's an i386 whitelist request?
LP: #1904990 - *(Triaged) [sssd] - Missing i386 version of libnss-sss
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