Bug triage report for 2021-01-{22,23,24} (Monday triage)

Lucas Kanashiro lucas.kanashiro at canonical.com
Mon Jan 25 14:15:58 UTC 2021

Bugs last updated between 2021-01-22 (Friday) and 2021-01-24 (Sunday)
Date range identified as: "Monday triage"
Found 14 bugs

Some comments below:

https://pad.lv/1790732 - *(Fix Released)  [psmisc]         - killall unable
to find privileged processes
-> This is an issue in Bionic and the fix seems a very simple patch. The
priority is low because we have a very easy workaround but I asked if they
were willing to contribute to Ubuntu (I could help them with the SRU

https://pad.lv/1912750 - (New)            [samba]          - samba-tool
domain provision crash with password hash userPassword schemes parameter
-> User is complaining that they cannot use "password hash userPassword
schemes" in the samba configuration. An upstream bug was linked which might
be useful. I subscribed Sergio to this bug to take a deeper look into it.

https://pad.lv/1912950 - (New)            [rsync]          - rsync halts
with Permission denied (13) with a sticky dir and only recent kernels
-> It looks like an upstream bug to me related to some new security
features in linux. Asked if the bug reporter can reproduce it with the
latest upstream version and file the bug upstream if it is the case.

https://pad.lv/1912964 - (New)            [net-snmp]       - [Patch] Add
support for digests detected from ECC certificates
-> This is a new feature landed in upstream master branch yesterday and the
bug reporter wants it in Ubuntu. It will be included in the next upstream
release anyway.

Bugs in backlog and not touched in 180 days
Found 3 bugs
https://pad.lv/1885738 - (Triaged)        [tomcat8]        - Apache Tomcat
HTTP/2 Denial of Service Vulnerability
also:                  - (Triaged)        [tomcat9]        - Apache Tomcat
HTTP/2 Denial of Service Vulnerability
https://pad.lv/1888184 - (Triaged)        [nagios-nrpe]    -
nagios-nrpe-server-4 is creating incorrect log spam
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