Wednesday Triage Report (2021-01-20)

Sergio Durigan Junior sergio.durigan at
Thu Jan 21 00:39:30 UTC 2021

ustriage found 19 bugs.  These are the noteworthy ones:

### - *(New) [ceph-iscsi] - [groovy-victoria]
    gwcli /iscsi-targets/ create ... fails with 1, GatewayError

Pinged #openstack, asked if they were aware of this bug, yes, they are.

### - *(New) [multipath-tools] - faulty paths are
    not removed

Subscribed Christian.  Christian, can you take a look at this one,

### - (New) [freeipmi] - freeipmi-ipmiseld:
    missing '/var/cache/ipmiseld/' directory in package

Marked as Triaged since it looks like a valid bug, even though I wasn't
able to reproduce it locally.  I had the impression that we demoted
freeipmi in favour of openipmi, so I went ahead and checked, and yes,
freeipmi is in universe now.  Should we still be getting bugs filed
against it?

### - (New) [nagios-plugins] - [Patch]
    check_snmp: support SNMPv3 TSM security (client certificates)

Marked as Wishlist and subscribed ubuntu-server.  The patch upstream is
still being reviewed.

### - (New) [nagios-plugins] - [Patch] SIGSEGV:
    crash when certificate contains extension longer than 512 bytes

Seems like a valid bug, but against net-snmp, not nagios-plugins.  I
also tried but couldn't reproduce the bug locally, so I left a message
asking for more details.  I subscribed myself to the bug, as well as

### - (New) [nagios-plugins] - [Patch] TLS/DTLS:
    inconsistent allowed_uses behaviour when in debug mode / not in
    debug mode

Again, this should have been filed against net-snmp, not nagios-plugins.
I could not reproduce the bug, though.  Sigh...  Anyway, left a message
to the reporter asking for more detailed information.  I subscribed
myself to the bug, as well as ubuntu-server.

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