Bug triage report for 2020-01-18 (Monday triage)

Bryce Harrington bryce.harrington at canonical.com
Tue Jan 19 18:34:09 UTC 2021

On Tue, Jan 19, 2021 at 04:59:55PM +0000, Robie Basak wrote:
> Bugs last updated between 2021-01-15 (Friday) and 2021-01-17 (Sunday)
> inclusive
> 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

Looks like a SRU request for focal.  I'll add this to my todo list.

> 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

Looks like it's not as simple as a whitelist entry; from the discussion
sounds like the build dependency on gdm would need altered/dropped in
order to address build issue for sssd.  Potentially could be a bit of

So for prioritizing, think it could be marked per normal policy.


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