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<philipp64> I’m building master for x86_64 and seeing Python build failures: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/p9RXxyfp5d/ — known issue?
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<philipp64> mangix: know anything about this damage?
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<mangix> philipp64: no. the build failure is indicated much earlier
<mangix> that's just a summary
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<dorf> just installed latest snapshot. installing the openwrt2020 luci theme appears to kill luci
<dorf> running snapshot in a vm, fwiw.
<pkgadd> I've (successfully) used that (self-built) recently (as in r15064-66732c5cd9, ~two days ago)
<dorf> that specific theme?
<pkgadd> perhaps
<dorf> default theme works a.ok
<dorf> is that the reversion from divs to tables jow committed earlier?
<pkgadd> yes
<dorf> could be that, sure.
<pkgadd> not saying that this *is* the issue, I simply don't know
<dorf> not critical, just thought I'd mention it.
<dorf> in other news, my patched bootstrap theme isn't showing any issues in snapshot vs 19.04
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<dorf> the issues jow raised earlier I'll be working on presently.
<dorf> and I noticed that snanshot now has an adguard package.. are there any plans to create a luci-app for that?
<dorf> not that the existing adguard ui is bad, but would be nice to be able to manage it from luci.
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<mangix> aparcar[m]: wasn't the omnia PR two commits?
<aparcar[m]> yes but rebasing drop the file
<aparcar[m]> so not it's three commits
<mangix> oh ok
<philipp64> mangix: definitely looks like python3 is failing to build, but oddly it’s not even selected. http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/5TsG4PQ87v/
<mangix> that's still incomplete
<aparcar[m]> mangix: any burning patches to look at?
<mangix> run make package/python/clean && make package/python/compile V=s
<mangix> simple one
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<mangix> what was the concensus on iftop? move to packages?
<aparcar[m]> I'm not the maintainer
<aparcar[m]> how do I test the gettext-full one again?
<aparcar[m]> as in, I want to ee it break and then I want to see it work
<mangix> make package/glib2/host/compile && make package/gettext-full/host/clean && make package/gettext-full/compile
<aparcar[m]> ok it needs a bit to compile
<mangix> yeah it's a garbage package
<mangix> doesn't build in parallel
<mangix> and configure takes forever
<aparcar[m]> meh
<aparcar[m]> isn't there something better?
<mangix> than what?
<aparcar[m]> gettext ;)
<mangix> I...have no idea
<mangix> there's a newer version, but I haven't updated it as I can't get it to compile
<aparcar[m]> mangix: btw is anyone working on btrfs?
<mangix> not that I know of
<mangix> that subvolume proposal is extremely interesting though
<aparcar[m]> yes
<aparcar[m]> but I didn't see anyone working on that
<mangix> right. it was just an idea
<aparcar[m]> woa still combiling...
<mangix> i told you
<mangix> FFS
<mangix> there's another piece to getting it to fail
<mangix> you need to build with full NLS
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<KGB-1> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_omap.html has been updated. (0% images and 97.4% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
<mangix> kind of sort of
<mangix> it probably works, but ccache fails in many other places (unrelated to that patch)
<aparcar[m]> mh
<aparcar[m]> the indention looks bad
<mangix> anyway, the original bug report was about tools/ failing to compile. with that patch, they compile
<aparcar[m]> mangix: I don't get it to fail, sorry
<aparcar[m]> the gettext thing
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<mangix> it's not that compilation fails
<mangix> it's that the linked libraries are wrong
<mangix> let me see if I can get it to fail
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<philipp64> mangix: no joy. can you have a look?
<mangix> philipp64: python is not failing on my end
<philipp64> is it ‘python’ or ‘python3’?
<mangix> ah it is python3
<mangix> i thought they renamed it
<philipp64> and to build the host version?
<mangix> make package/python3/host/compile
<mangix> huh weird
<mangix> I can't reproduce that failure
<mangix> w/e. I don't feel like finding out why
<mangix> wait...i have an idea
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<philipp64> did the clean then a -j1 build… http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/SKKxhvFYCx/
<mangix> find build -type f -a ! -name '*.gc??' -exec rm -f {} ';'
<mangix> find: 'build': No such file or directory
<mangix> i have no idea what that is
<philipp64> anything get updated recently that might have broken the build?
<mangix> besides the version bump, no
<philipp64> which one? looks like there were several.
<mangix> the 3.9.0 one
<mangix> aparcar[m]: I can't replicate the failure.
<aparcar[m]> mangix: Sounds good
<mangix> it's probably the configure script failing. i don't care enough for the package to figure it out
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<mangix> aparcar[m]: uhhhhh why are there two audit packages
<mangix> they both use the same tarball...
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<dorf> jow: if you're around and about, I've addressed the issues you raised in my latest commit, all except the bold font issue (install open-sans-ttf!)
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<russell--> what are workingset_refault in /proc/vmstat?
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<russell--> adding eth0 (on a ubiquiti bullet m5) makes my memory usage explode (from about 12MB to 20MB) before it just helpfully rests for me
<russell--> adding to a bridge*
<russell--> (batman-adv bat0 interface and a wlan0 are the other members of the bridge)
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<russell--> something to do with cgroup2?
<russell--> reboot-15093-g501123eb7a
<russell--> disabling cgroups and namespaces seems to help
<russell--> only temporarily
<russell--> about to oom again
<russell--> oom killed netifd
<russell--> and my memory came back
<russell--> whether ethernet is in the bridge or not seems to be mostly irrelevant, just having it plugged in causes leakage, killing netifd (and it restarting) seems to recover memory
<russell--> top --help
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<russell--> if i take the wifi interfaces down (wifi down), then plugging the eth0 in doesn't seem to cause the leakage
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