Ubuntu Server Development Summary – 28 Jul 2017

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Spotlight: Developing Ubuntu using git

Robie Basak wrote a blog post on how the server team utilizes git for Ubuntu packaging. This is the first in a series of posts detailing the tooling.

cloud-init and curtin

cloud-init

  • Do not run local-gen if provided locale is system default
  • SRU Verification of LP: #1690430
  • Removed Yakkety tests due to EOL

curtin

  • Removed Yakkety tests due to EOL

Bug Work and Triage

IRC Meeting

Ubuntu Server Packages

Below is a summary of uploads to the development and supported releases. Current status of the Debian to Ubuntu merges is tracked on the Merge-o-Matic page. For a full list of recent merges with change logs please see the Ubuntu Server report.

Uploads to the Development Release (Artful)

cloud-init, 0.7.9-221-g7e41b2a7-0ubuntu3, smoser
cloud-init, 0.7.9-221-g7e41b2a7-0ubuntu2, smoser
cloud-init, 0.7.9-221-g7e41b2a7-0ubuntu1, smoser
elinks, 0.12~pre6-12build1, doko
exim4, 4.89-3ubuntu2, doko
freeradius, 3.0.15+dfsg-1ubuntu2, doko
freeradius, 3.0.15+dfsg-1ubuntu1, nacc
libapache2-mod-perl2, 2.0.10-2ubuntu2, vorlon
libcss-minifier-xs-perl, 0.09-2build3, doko
libfcgi-perl, 0.78-2build1, doko
libjavascript-minifier-xs-perl, 0.11-1build3, doko
lxd, 2.16-0ubuntu2, stgraber
lxd, 2.16-0ubuntu1, stgraber
nagios3, 3.5.1.dfsg-2.1ubuntu8, doko
net-snmp, 5.7.3+dfsg-1ubuntu6, doko
nginx, 1.12.1-0ubuntu2, doko
openldap, 2.4.45+dfsg-1ubuntu1, costamagnagianfranco
openldap, 2.4.44+dfsg-8ubuntu2, doko
openssh, 1:7.5p1-5ubuntu1, xnox
rrdtool, 1.6.0-1ubuntu2, doko
samba, 2:4.5.8+dfsg-2ubuntu5, xnox
sssd, 1.15.2-1ubuntu3, doko
ubuntu-advantage-tools, 2, vorlon
unbound, 1.6.4-1build1, doko
websocket-client, 0.44.0-0ubuntu2, james-page
websocket-client, 0.44.0-0ubuntu1, james-page
websocket-client, 0.44.0-0ubuntu1, james-page
websocket-client, 0.37.0-2ubuntu1, james-page
Total: 28

Uploads to Supported Releases (Trusty, Xenial, Yakkety, Zesty)

apache2, zesty, 2.4.25-3ubuntu2.2, mdeslaur
apache2, xenial, 2.4.18-2ubuntu3.4, mdeslaur
apache2, trusty, 2.4.7-1ubuntu4.17, mdeslaur
apache2, xenial, 2.4.18-2ubuntu3.4, mdeslaur
apache2, trusty, 2.4.7-1ubuntu4.17, mdeslaur
apache2, zesty, 2.4.25-3ubuntu2.2, mdeslaur
cloud-init, zesty, 0.7.9-153-g16a7302f-0ubuntu1~17.04.2, smoser
freeipmi, zesty, 1.4.11-1.1ubuntu4~0.17.04, dannf
freeipmi, xenial, 1.4.11-1.1ubuntu4~0.16.04, dannf
freeipmi, yakkety, 1.4.11-1.1ubuntu4~0.16.10, dannf
freeradius, zesty, 3.0.12+dfsg-4ubuntu1.2, mdeslaur
freeradius, xenial, 2.2.8+dfsg-0.1ubuntu0.1, mdeslaur
freeradius, trusty, 2.1.12+dfsg-1.2ubuntu8.2, mdeslaur
freeradius, xenial, 2.2.8+dfsg-0.1ubuntu0.1, mdeslaur
freeradius, trusty, 2.1.12+dfsg-1.2ubuntu8.2, mdeslaur
freeradius, zesty, 3.0.12+dfsg-4ubuntu1.2, mdeslaur
iscsitarget, xenial, 1.4.20.3+svn502-2ubuntu4.4, apw
libvirt, xenial, 1.3.1-1ubuntu10.12, paelzer
libvirt, zesty, 2.5.0-3ubuntu5.4, paelzer
libvirt, xenial, 1.3.1-1ubuntu10.11, corey.bryant
libvirt, zesty, 2.5.0-3ubuntu5.3, corey.bryant
ntp, trusty, 1:4.2.6.p5+dfsg-3ubuntu2.14.04.12, racb
ntp, zesty, 1:4.2.8p9+dfsg-2ubuntu1.2, paelzer
ntp, xenial, 1:4.2.8p4+dfsg-3ubuntu5.6, paelzer
ntp, yakkety, 1:4.2.8p8+dfsg-1ubuntu2.2, paelzer
postfix, yakkety, 3.1.0-5ubuntu1, vorlon
pptpd, xenial, 1.4.0-7ubuntu0.2, stgraber
ruby1.9.1, trusty, 1.9.3.484-2ubuntu1.3, mdeslaur
ruby1.9.1, trusty, 1.9.3.484-2ubuntu1.3, mdeslaur
ruby2.3, zesty, 2.3.3-1ubuntu0.1, mdeslaur
ruby2.3, xenial, 2.3.1-2~16.04.2, mdeslaur
ruby2.3, xenial, 2.3.1-2~16.04.2, mdeslaur
ruby2.3, zesty, 2.3.3-1ubuntu0.1, mdeslaur
squid3, xenial, 3.5.12-1ubuntu7.4, racb
ubuntu-advantage-tools, xenial, 2, vorlon
ubuntu-advantage-tools, zesty, 2, vorlon
ubuntu-advantage-tools, trusty, 2, vorlon
ubuntu-advantage-tools, trusty, 2, vorlon
Total: 38

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