--- Log opened Wed Nov 12 11:06:55 2008
* jlaska 11:06
wwoodsanyone else who's here for Fedora QA, say hi11:07
* f13 11:07
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wwoodsguess that's nobody.11:10
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wwoodshttps://bugzilla.redhat.com/showdependencytree.cgi?id=438943&hide_resolved=1 is the blocker bug11:11
wwoodsaaand here we go on a breakneck review11:11
wwoodsbug 44108711:11
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=441087 low, low, ---, jkysela@redhat.com, MODIFIED, Sound/music playing faster than it should on intel chipset11:11
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wwoodsMODIFIED, fix went into kernel-, needs retesting to confirm.11:12
f13that's likely fixed, I think a reporter said it's working well for them.11:12
wwoodsantonio m. keeps reporting the glitchiness in that bug - which is a separate issue that we'll talk about in a bit11:12
f13I see.11:13
wwoodshe suggests we include the final alsa 1.0.18 code rather than the RC we're shipping now11:13
wwoodsthe glitchiness *is* really annoying and if shipping the final code fixes it I'd support that11:13
f13which is not a bad idea11:13
wwoodsbug 46182911:13
f13I'll chase that up11:13
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=461829 high, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Intel driver: Couldn't bind memory for BO front buffer11:13
wwoodsbug 46486611:13
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=464866 medium, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Xorg lockup with i945: "EQ overflowing. The server is probably stuck in an infinite loop."11:13
wwoodsboth intel bugs - AFAIK we're reverting to the pre-GEM driver for intel11:13
f13there was some intel drm fixes in teh kernel we are getting tomorrow11:14
wwoodsis that all intel chips, or just certain classes?11:14
f13not sure if it's the full fix we're looking for11:14
wwoodssee also bug 46120511:14
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=461205 urgent, high, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, X windows black screen Intel 82852/855GM Graphics11:14
wwoodsairlied doesn't usually appear until later (he's in .au right?)11:15
wwoodsdo you remember what the plan was for reverting (some/all) intel chips to pre-GEM drivers?11:15
wwoodsajax: ping?11:16
f13that was the plan11:16
f13I saw no further details.11:16
wwoodscan't remember if it was i8xx only, or all11:16
wwoodsneed to follow up on that and comment on the bugs11:16
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wwoodsthe first and last of those three seem to be i8xxx, the second was i945 primarily11:17
wwoodsand i965 too I guess11:17
wwoodsf13, you commented on the i8xx bugs, so I think we're only doing it for those chips11:18
f13I'm pretty sure it was all.11:18
wwoodshmm. will have to follow up with ajax/airlied/etc. and comment on bug 464866 then11:18
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=464866 medium, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Xorg lockup with i945: "EQ overflowing. The server is probably stuck in an infinite loop."11:18
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wwoodsokay. kernel blockers. bug 46455911:19
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=464559 medium, medium, ---, linville@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, iwl4965: hard kernel lockups with Lenovo X300 laptop, cannot be sysrq'd11:19
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wwoodsI don't know anything about this one. ping kernel folks and add status to the bug?11:19
f13I don't see any wireless updates recently.11:20
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wwoodslinville will be in the office tomorrow - I'll bug him personally if we think it's necessary11:21
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f13I don't know if it's really wireless related or not11:21
wwoodsyeah I mean, the trace goes through iwl, but that just means that's where the kernel happened to be at the time11:21
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wwoodswe'll follow up with linville et. al. and get some status, then revisit tomorrow or friday11:22
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wwoodsbug 46709311:22
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=467093 medium, medium, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, kernel warning when booting XO11:22
wwoodsjeremy seems to have a fix, plus it's only a warning11:22
f13yeah, need to get him to roll that up.11:22
f13he wanted to get testing done though, so I'll ping the bug again.11:23
jeremyI'll do a little bit more targeted of a poke about it11:23
wwoodsjlaska: you have an XO, right? can you possibly retest this?11:23
jeremythat's who I was just throwing something at :-)11:23
f13I've marked it as such.11:23
wwoodswee. okay11:24
wwoodsbug 46889611:24
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=468896 medium, medium, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, MODIFIED, kernel- endless number of  "bad: scheduling from the idle thread!"11:24
wwoodsI heard there was a patch for this in -9611:24
* f13 too11:24
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wwoodslmacken: ping - can you confirm that fix?11:25
wwoodsI'll ask on the bug, but this should (fingers crossed) be a retest-and-close11:25
jlaskawwoods: jeremy: yeah, I was fiddling with that earlier this week11:26
wwoodsbug 47032111:26
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470321 medium, medium, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, MODIFIED, F10/rawhide kernel needs kacpid/kacpi_notify resume fixes11:26
wwoodsI.. uh, don't get this one, honestly. ACPI makes my brain bubbly11:26
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wwoodsreported not fixed in -9411:27
* f13 too, but it's modified, so once we get the latest kernel in (I think we'll be tagging -101 today)11:27
wwoodsI thought it was MODIFIED for the patch in -8911:28
wwoodswhich is giving us no love, apparently11:28
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wwoodsI'm gonna drop NEEDSRETESTING and put it back to ASSIGNED11:33
wwoodsand see if we can get some eyeballs on it11:33
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wwoodsOTOH it doesn't really break systems11:34
wwoodsjust messes with suspend/resume11:34
wwoodswould like a fix but I don't think we'd actually hold the release for just this 11:34
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wwoodsbug 47072311:35
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470723 high, high, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, MODIFIED, F10Pre unusable on hp6715s [Performance Issues]11:35
f13that one was fun to find according to cebbert11:36
wwoodsreporter says it's fixed in -100. Hooray!11:36
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f13there was other stuff broken in -100 so we couldn't tag that.11:36
f13but yeah, once -101(+) gets tagged we can close this bug.11:37
wwoodsand that's "once", not "if", so I'll leave it be11:37
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wwoodsokay, so we're out of the kernel blockers11:38
wwoodsbug 46846111:38
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=468461 medium, medium, ---, pjones@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, [PATCH] grub timeout=0 means serial users cannot select kernel or add kernel args11:38
wwoodsthis is a side-effect of the new timeout/chaintimeout behavior11:38
wwoodswhich is discussed in bug 46852611:39
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=468526 medium, medium, ---, pjones@redhat.com, NEW, grub ignoring timeout and hiddenmenu settings11:39
jlaskaany traction on either of those?11:39
wwoodswhich we should maybe add as a blocker, or a dep of the previous bug11:40
wwoodseither way - no comment from pjones in the bugs themselves11:40
wwoodsand no new grub builds11:40
jlaskapjones: you around?11:40
f13peter said he'd be fixing it this week11:41
f13he's got mkinitrd coming up today, possibly grub too11:41
wwoodsany idea how he's gonna fix it? 'chaintimeout' inheriting from 'timeout'? or being ignored if unset?11:42
f13not entirely sure11:44
wwoodsI'm gonna add the grub-ignores-timeout-if-chainloading bug to F10Blocker11:44
f13but it's all related.11:44
wwoodswe'll follow up with pjones11:45
wwoodsbug 46861611:46
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=468616 medium, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, NEW, Banshee frequently crashes when switching tracks11:46
f13still not sure why that's an ajax bug.11:46
wwoodsreporter says the gstreamer fix does the trick. me either. maybe he's banshee maintainer now?11:46
f13not even close11:46
f13are we heading through a patch of desktop bugs?11:47
f13if so, we should get jrb in here.11:47
wwoodsI'll reset the assignee11:47
wwoodsyeah, let's do that11:47
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f13so first one up was bug 46861611:49
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=468616 medium, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, NEW, Banshee frequently crashes when switching tracks11:49
f13which may be fixed by a gstreamer update11:49
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wwoodsI don't know if we have a specific bug for the alsa/pulseaudio underrun+glitchiness11:49
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wwoodsbut we may want to pull the final alsa-1.0.18 bits for that11:50
wwoodsand then there's bug 46913211:50
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=469132 medium, medium, ---, pbrobinson@gmail.com, ASSIGNED, Ekiga segmentation fault11:50
f13jrb: mclasen: we should see whats up with gstreamer and if we need to pull something into F10.  THat banshee bug was assigned oddly, but wwoods just re-assigned it.11:51
mclasenwhat banshee bug ?11:51
wwoodsbug 46861611:51
wwoodshuh. I reassigned to the default *gstreamer* assignee and it's ajax again11:52
ajaxthat's because i own gstreamer11:52
ajaxweird, right?11:52
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wwoodsso spot did a scratch build with some fixes that upstream has been recommending, and that seems to fix the bug11:53
f13mclasen: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=46861611:54
buggbotBug 468616: medium, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Banshee frequently crashes when switching tracks11:54
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wwoodsajax: do you know anything about this patch? any recommendation on whether or not we should tag a new build for it?11:54
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mclasennot sure why that is technically a blocker (with banshee not in the default install), but fixing it is of course nice...11:55
wwoodsnot sure either. oh. the reporter put it on there. 11:56
ajaxwwoods: checking11:56
f13that and if it's a gstreamer issue, then other things could be hitting this bug in different ways11:56
wwoodscute. either way it's a patch recommended by upstream: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=555631#c2111:57
buggbotBug 555631: was not found.11:57
ajaxpatch looks correct, is a backport from gstreamer cvs anyway.  ack from me.11:58
f13ajax: if you build it, we'll tag it (:11:59
f13(or maybe if spot builds it)11:59
ajaxspot said on the bus this morning he was going to11:59
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wwoodsso, ekiga crash on receiving a call: Bug 469132 12:00
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=469132 medium, medium, ---, pbrobinson@gmail.com, ASSIGNED, Ekiga segmentation fault12:00
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wwoods*I* don't have hardware set up to test ekiga, but assignee sez he's gonna look at it today12:01
wwoodsI'm thinking we should get more info - does it crash on outgoing calls too? etc.12:01
wwoodsplus it's fixable with a day-0 update, so we might punt to target. 12:02
f13if you're using sip, you've obviously got network connection12:02
f13there doesn't seem to be much pile-on to this bug.12:03
wwoodsbut then we're trying to encourage use of fedoratalk, so I'd like this fixed12:03
f13I would test, but I can't even get ekiga to make a call or receive a call using my RH sip account.12:03
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wwoodsshould we drop to target now or give Peter a day to check it out and re-evaluate?12:03
wwoodslet's go with the latter.12:05
f13well, I just don't think if this was the last issue on our plate we'd delay the release.12:05
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wwoodsyeah. dropped to Target.12:07
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wwoodsthat's all the desktop stuff we've got, unless you consider the free-floating ALSA issues desktop-y12:07
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f13jrb: is lennart part of your crew?12:08
mclasenyes, he is12:09
mclasenbut he's on vacation12:09
wwoodswho built the ALSA packages? not sure I know who "perex" is12:09
wwoodsbut s/he's been doing alsa builds for a while, so that's cool12:10
f13oh right, if it's alsa, it's not lennart.12:10
wwoodsindeed. lennart's been saying that the glitchiness/underrunning is due to underlying alsa bugs12:10
wwoodsand we have at least one report that the final alsa-lib clears it up12:11
mclasenlennart has been fixing alsa issues with upstream12:11
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wwoodscurrently we're shipping alsa-{lib,utils,plugins} rc312:11
f13so really, I think we need to get a new alsa cut into F1012:11
wwoodserr 1.0.18 rc312:11
f13not sure who to poke at to get that done12:12
wwoodsis that perex?12:12
mclasenno idea12:12
wwoodsperex built alsa-{lib,utils} 1.0.18 final but never requested a tag12:12
wwoods-plugins is still at rc312:12
wwoodsnotting: good to know, thanks12:13
sharkczperex is a remote kernel engineer in brno12:13
nottingwwoods: are we not considering X issues desktop-y?12:13
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f13are they up and pingable right now?12:13
wwoodsnotting: it's a subset of desktop - we already went through 'em though12:13
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f13I don't see either of those names on IRC :/12:14
wwoodsnotting: the short X status is: intel i8xx is getting reverted to pre-GEM, so that fixes 461829 and 461205. We have possible fixes landing for i9xx lockups (464866)12:15
wwoodsand we need to bug airlied about blacklisting known-busted radeons12:15
* nirik tested kernels for intel stuff last night. 12:15
nirik100 is fail. 101 is good here.12:15
f13I need to toss 101 on my laptop and see if it fixes compiz12:16
* nirik thought it was newer GEM stuff tho, not revert. 12:16
f13nirik: changlog says newer drm12:16
f13which could have detection to turn off GEM on some chipsets12:17
nirikah, could be.12:17
nirikin any case it's been stable here...12:17
nirik100 was fun... it would loose it's irq. So, you would have to move the mouse or type to get screen refreshes. ;)12:17
dwmw2hm. When fesco meeting?12:18
wwoodsI'm gonna test final alsa bits all day (read: install and listen to hell of metal) in case we choose to go forward12:18
bpeppledwmw2: 45 minutes.12:18
wwoodslet's continue the blocker beatdown12:18
wwoodsbug 46864912:19
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=468649 high, medium, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, NEW, dmraid/isw cannot access ICH10R RAID metadata on member disks12:19
dwmw2http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/FedoraMeetingChannel lies12:19
wwoodsblarg, dmraid on ICH{9,10}12:19
f13yeah, this is where we've been wanting to get dmraid testing on intel hardware, which I don't have, but I suspect there is a fuckload of it in westfahd12:20
wwoodsthis is (probably?) related to bug 46790412:20
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=467904 high, medium, ---, anaconda-maint-list@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Anaconda doesn't find the dmraid array while dmraid outside anaconda can see it and create the nodes12:20
wwoodsneed to find some weffidite testers12:21
wwoodswhen we talked about it yesterday I think cebbert noted that some chipsets (ICH10? highpoint?) didn't work in F9 either, so it's not a regression there12:22
wwoodsanyway - I'm gonna try to find a tester or some hardware today and get that set straight. or at least firmly crooked.12:23
wwoodsanaconda blockers:12:23
wwoodsbug 375011 12:23
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=375011 medium, low, ---, pjones@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Can't continue installation after running media check12:23
wwoodswill not die.12:23
wwoodsanother thing to bug pjones about.12:23
wwoodsthat showed up in practically every review of F912:24
wwoodsit makes us look bad and it's really stupid and annoying12:24
f13blah, my laptop just freaked the hell out12:24
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f13so I'm on one of the other 10 computers in my home office (:12:24
wwoodsha. ok.12:25
nottingwwoods: change media check to just randomly return one or zero?12:25
f13notting: change media check to sleep 10 after pulling the disc back in12:25
wwoodsnotting: heck just make it reboot after success12:25
f13ugly  but would likely fix things for just about everybody12:25
wwoods[test another] [reboot]12:25
wwoodsthere's plenty of ugly fixes12:26
f13wwoods: why do that when you can just eject -t ; sleep 10; continue12:26
nottingf13: int check_media() { newtWinMessage("Please use DVD media instead of checking multiple CDs\n"); return 0 ; }12:26
f13notting: it does it for dvds too12:26
wwoodsI swear we're close to a clean one but if we're not, we might need an ugly one12:26
f13notting: every single time you test media, it automatically ejects it12:26
f13(including boot.iso)12:27
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wwoodsnext: bug 44824712:28
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=448247 medium, low, ---, skasal@redhat.com, NEW, [PATCH] Anaconda's invocation of mkfs.vfat results in duplicate volume-id's / serial-numbers12:28
wwoodswe've got a patch but still no movement from maintainer12:29
wwoodscontinue chasing him down? apply and build without him? 12:29
f13I think we may need to build without him.12:29
f13I'll try to track him down.12:29
nottingmmh... i'm sort of nervous about a patch that clearly changes the upstream behavior12:30
notting(and yes, i wrote it)12:30
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nottingso i'd like *some* comment from the maintainer/upstream12:30
f13that's another brno maintainer I think, bad time to try to talk to them :/12:30
f13both person and manager are likely AFK12:31
f13so more pings in teh bugs, + private mails I suppose?12:31
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f13ok, rebooting the downed laptop.  I'll be afk for a moment or 1012:33
wwoodswe already mentioned bug 46790412:36
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=467904 high, medium, ---, anaconda-maint-list@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Anaconda doesn't find the dmraid array while dmraid outside anaconda can see it and create the nodes12:36
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wwoodsjeremy: ping - do you know if there's any work going on with dmraid stuff in anaconda?12:38
f13-101 may have some... issues.12:39
jwbwhy is that?12:39
f13well, the graphcial screen resolution app that uses xrandr completely failed to do anything.12:40
jeremywwoods: don't know.12:40
f13but calling xrandr from teh cli worked.  odd.12:40
wwoodsjeremy: alright, I'll ask around12:40
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wwoodsbug 470322 is a new blocker12:41
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470322 medium, medium, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, kernel oops with netinst.iso on PowerPC Apple Macintosh12:41
jwbwwoods, ok12:42
jwbso... nirik was supposed to get a fixed yaboot into rawhide12:42
jwbnirik, did you ever do that?12:42
nirikjwb: yes, it is.12:42
jwbcrap.  there goes the easy solution12:43
jwbnirik, when was that added?12:43
wwoodsnirik: you didn't happen to bump MAX_TOKEN in that build, did you?12:43
nirik* Wed Nov 05 2008 Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com> - 1.3.14-612:43
nirik- Changed kernel load base address12:43
nirik  Resolves: #46849212:43
* nirik didn't do anything except see the bug. 12:44
wwoodsthe bug we're discussing was with the f10pr image12:44
* jwb looks12:44
wwoodsf10pr went out Nov. 412:44
wwoodsthat build happened nov 512:45
jwbok, so missing yaboot fix12:45
wwoodsso possibly this is fixed in newer images12:45
jwbthere are also kernel fixes for ppc3212:45
jwbnamely the selinux fix, and the drm fix airlied did12:45
jwbfor radeon12:45
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jwbnirik, thank you btw12:46
nirikno problem. ;)12:46
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jwbwwoods, asking for a retest with today's rawhide would be a good step12:47
wwoodsdoes that oops match the bug fixed by the updated yaboot?12:48
wwoodsi.e. if newer rawhide fixes it, should I close as a dup of 468492?12:48
jlaskajwb: the selinux ppc fix worked on my ibm power systems12:48
jwbthe yaboot bug was loading kernels at the wrong address so the results were somewhat random12:49
jwbwwoods, but it does match the first oops report12:49
nirikwwoods: let me look... on bug 470322 ?12:49
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470322 medium, medium, ---, kernel-maint@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, kernel oops with netinst.iso on PowerPC Apple Macintosh12:49
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jwbwwoods, so yes a dupe12:49
wwoodsnirik: yeah12:49
jwbjlaska, nice!12:49
* nirik waits for bugzilla12:49
wwoodsI've asked him to retest but if we don't hear anything soon I'm going to assume it's a dup and close it12:49
nirikyep. thats the same one I saw.12:50
wwoodslet's see. clumens is looking into bug 46798212:50
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=467982 medium, medium, ---, anaconda-maint-list@redhat.com, NEW, anaconda doesn't render glyphs with the proper font12:50
jlaskajwb: one down ... I haven't made any progress network booting with yaboot12:50
wwoodsbut, honestly, "characters aren't the right font" probably isn't a blocker12:51
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jwbjlaska, on-going problem across multiple releases :)12:51
jwbjlaska, or is that new?12:51
jlaskajwb: new to F1012:51
jlaskathe other netboot.img is the ongoing one12:51
* jwb sighs12:51
wwoods10 minutes until FESCo. Ok. bug 470073 has a fix pending12:52
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470073 medium, medium, ---, hdegoede@redhat.com, MODIFIED, Unable to add iSCSI Volume12:52
jlaskaThat's fixed12:52
wwoodsbug 470392 also has a fix pending12:52
jlaskaI'll update the status shortly12:52
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470392 high, medium, ---, anaconda-maint-list@redhat.com, MODIFIED, eats fstab entries on upgrade12:52
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wwoodsf13 can reproduce bug 469466, so hopefully he'll keep an eye on it12:53
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=469466 medium, medium, ---, anaconda-maint-list@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Backtrace when trying to Live install with disks that were mdraid12:53
f13yeah, I haven't seen any work done on that bug though12:53
wwoodsbug 47032912:54
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470329 medium, medium, ---, davidz@redhat.com, NEW, PolicyKit has insecure defaults12:54
wwoodsthat's a serious behavior change to make post-Preview12:54
f13not really12:54
f13it's just changing what the dialog shows by default, to a more secure setting12:54
wwoodsah, okay. but how? don't know if this requires a simple policy change or actual code changes or what12:55
f13yeah, not sure.12:55
wwoodsthe dialog was this way in F912:55
nottingwwoods: for s-c-samba/s-c-services? don't think they used PK then12:57
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wwoodsahhh, okay12:58
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wwoodsI'll see about finding a patch - or getting that deferred12:59
wwoodsbug 470740 is *probably* flaky hardware12:59
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470740 medium, medium, ---, mbroz@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Must enter passphrase multiple times before system will decrypt and boot12:59
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f13yeah, I still think that's bad hardware13:00
wwoodsbug 470829 - I need to bother mmcgrath about that13:00
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470829 medium, medium, ---, mmcgrath@redhat.com, NEW, traceback when submitting from firstboot13:00
wwoodsbug 470839 - has a patch, need to talk to pjones about putting that in mkinitrd13:00
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=470839 medium, medium, ---, pjones@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, mkinitrd does not create '/dev/hvc0' console device inside initrd13:00
* nirik wonders if 470740 is just the initscripts fix... where it was asking twice or the like. 13:01
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wwoodsnirik: I think it's a combination of that, mistyping, and flaky hardware13:01
wwoodsbug 470850 - will need to see if mcepl can reproduce, but selinux policy fixes are pretty easy13:02
wwoodsbut we may have an incoming policy package if that's the case13:02
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wwoodsbug 471142.. is hidden for some reason, but yes, suddenly /dev is mode 177713:02
buggbotBug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=471142 is not accessible.13:03
f13it's a security bug13:03
f13pjones will have a fixed mkintrd today for it13:03
wwoodsyeah but it's not like it's a secret. ls -ld /dev shows the problem pretty clearly13:04
wwoodsanyway, cool13:04
wwoodsokay. that has been The Blocker List13:04
wwoodsplenty of people and patches to chase down13:05
wwoodsany further comments or questions can go to #fedora-qa13:05
wwoodsso we can yield the room to FESCo13:05
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