Fwd: upower transition is stuck, update_output.txt doesn't say why

Stephen Michael Kellat skellat at sdf.org
Sat Nov 1 15:07:57 UTC 2014


For general information in terms of a continuing saga...

Stephen Michael Kellat 


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Martin Pitt <martin.pitt at ubuntu.com>
> Date: November 1, 2014, 7:31:08 AM EDT
> To: ubuntu-release at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: upower transition is stuck, update_output.txt doesn't say why
> 
> Hello release team,
> 
> I've done the big upower 0.99 transition in the last three days:
> https://launchpad.net/1330037
> 
> Everything which depends on the old libupower-glib1 has been
> rebuilt/ported i vivid-proposed, and I don't see any versioned upower
> dependencies.
> 
> update_excuses.html shows all the uploads as valid candidates, but
> http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_output.txt
> complains:
> 
> |Trying easy from autohinter: upower/0.99.1-3 gnome-control-center/1:3.12.1-5ubuntu3 unity-settings-daemon/15.04.0+15.10.20141030-0ubuntu1 gnome-power-manager/3.14.1-1ubuntu1 xfce4-systemload-plugin/1:1.1.1-4ubuntu1 cinnamon-settings-daemon/2.2.4.repack-7build1 wmbattery/2.45-2build1 gnome-shell-pomodoro/0.10.3-1build1 xfce4-settings/4.11.3-0ubuntu3 cairo-dock-plug-ins/3.4.0-0ubuntu2 gnome-applets/3.8.1-1.fakesync powerd/0.16+15.04.20141031.2-0ubuntu1 xfce4-power-manager/1.4.1-2ubuntu1 mate-applets/1.8.1+dfsg1-3build1 ubuntu-system-settings/0.3+15.04.20141031.2-0ubuntu1 gnome-shell/3.12.2-1ubuntu8 tracker/1.2.2-2ubuntu2 mutter/3.12.2-1ubuntu4 cinnamon-control-center/2.2.11-4build1 unity-control-center/15.04.0+15.04.20141030-0ubuntu1 mate-power-manager/1.8.1+dfsg1-1build1
> |leading: upower,gnome-control-center,unity-settings-daemon,gnome-power-manager,xfce4-systemload-plugin,cinnamon-settings-daemon,wmbattery,gnome-shell-pomodoro,xfce4-settings,cairo-dock-plug-ins,gnome-applets,powerd,xfce4-power-manager,mate-applets,ubuntu-system-settings,gnome-shell,tracker,mutter,cinnamon-control-center,unity-control-center,mate-power-manager
> |start: 78+0: i-41:a-6:a-9:a-6:p-7:p-9
> |orig: 78+0: i-41:a-6:a-9:a-6:p-7:p-9
> |easy: 239+0: i-78:a-29:a-35:a-28:p-34:p-35
> |    * i386: cinnamon, cinnamon-dbg, edubuntu-desktop, firefox-testsuite, gdm, gnome, gnome-control-center, gnome-core, gnome-desktop-environment, gnome-gmail, gnome-music, gnome-packagekit, gnome-packagekit-session, gnome-session, gnome-settings-daemon, gnome-shell, gnome-shell-dbg, gnome-shell-extension-autohidetopbar, gnome-shell-extension-brightness-control, gnome-shell-extension-suspend-button, gnome-shell-extension-weather, gnome-shell-extensions, gnome-shell-extensions-gpaste, gnome-shell-mailnag, gnome-shell-pomodoro, gnome-shell-timer, lubuntu-desktop, ontv, tcos-standalone, tcosmonitor, tcosmonitor-common, thunderbird-testsuite, ubuntu-desktop, ubuntu-gnome-desktop, ubuntu-mobile-default-settings, ubuntukylin-desktop, update-notifier
> | [... other arches snipped]
> 
> But that doesn't tell me what's wrong. Most packages from that list
> install fine in vivid-proposed, just some are uninstallable due to
> entirely different reasons. For example, xdiagnose in -proposed grew a
> bogus python3-pygtk dependency (which doesn't and will never exist),
> breaking ubuntu-desktop along the way. And gnome-shell is in the
> middle of some transition, too:
> 
> gnome-shell-extensions : Depends: gnome-shell (>= 3.14) but 3.12.2-1ubuntu8 is to be installed
>                          Recommends: gnome-tweak-tool (>= 3.14) but it is not going to be installed
> 
> So can this please be manually hinted, unless there's anything else
> missing in the upower transition which I missed? It's quite a large
> transition which holds up quite a number of packages in -proposed and
> also somewhat blocks the CI train.
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> Martin
> 
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