#archlinux32 | Logs for 2018-04-16

[00:04:59] <buildmaster> fig2dev is broken (says rechenknecht).
[00:25:37] <buildmaster> python-hypothesis is broken (says buildknecht3).
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[11:53:46] <buildmaster> firefox-developer-edition is broken (says buildknecht).
[12:08:49] <buildmaster> purpose is broken (says rechenknecht).
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[12:16:55] <buildmaster> python-tqdm is broken (says rechenknecht).
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[12:45:45] <deep42thought> abaumann: what do you think, should I put the mail-log and ssh-log into the database, too?
[12:50:21] <tyzoid> I'm in favor
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[12:50:43] <deep42thought> tyzoid: you crashed znc?
[12:51:32] <abaumann> mmh. usually a good idea, especially when you want to show them somewhere. There might be special cases, for instance sending a mail when the database is down, but this can be handled differently.
[12:51:59] <deep42thought> well, when the database is down, basically, everything must stop anyway
[12:52:22] <abaumann> right.
[12:52:30] <deep42thought> it's rather, that I always considered the database to represent "the current state" and I don't count logs to that
[12:52:41] <deep42thought> ... ok, just wanted to get a second opinion
[12:52:46] <deep42thought> I'll implement it, then :-)
[12:52:55] <abaumann> but if you put them into specially named tables *_log, then this is not an issue.
[12:54:03] <deep42thought> like so: https://buildmaster.archlinux32.org
[12:56:53] <deep42thought> umm, looks like tyzoid crashed his whole server O.o
[13:01:42] <abaumann> Well, I can ping srv1.tyzoid.com
[13:01:50] <abaumann> the webserver seems down.
[13:01:53] <deep42thought> ok, then maybe only the vm
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[13:05:11] <tyzoid> ok
[13:05:13] <tyzoid> so
[13:05:21] <tyzoid> pretty much everything on srv1 is down :/
[13:05:29] <deep42thought> we noticed
[13:05:32] <deep42thought> what did you do?
[13:05:43] <tyzoid> updates broke it
[13:05:55] <esotericnonsense> lol. :D
[13:06:04] <tyzoid> updated the host
[13:06:09] <tyzoid> that broke all networking on the guests
[13:06:13] <tyzoid> rebooted, now the guests won't start
[13:07:49] <abaumann> a network device renamer, like enp0xx to ensxxx
[13:08:17] <abaumann> since systemd promises to provide stable network names I have never seen so many hopping names from release to release :-)
[13:08:38] <deep42thought> !grab abaumann
[13:08:39] <phrik> deep42thought: Tada!
[13:09:12] <deep42thought> why don't they distribute uuids on interfaces?
[13:09:22] <tyzoid> they do on ipv6
[13:09:25] <abaumann> good idea. easy to remember. :-)
[13:09:27] <abaumann> oh..
[13:09:48] <abaumann> I thought, that is was a joke.. :-)
[13:10:00] <deep42thought> mine was :-/
[13:10:00] <tyzoid> it was
[13:10:02] <tyzoid> I think
[13:10:22] <abaumann> my first network card is enp3s0, why 3?
[13:10:27] <deep42thought> but ipv6 link local addresses with uuids on interfaces will produce _real_ fun
[13:10:36] <deep42thought> 3? that's too low
[13:10:40] <deep42thought> I got a 18
[13:10:45] <abaumann> urgh :-)
[13:11:00] <abaumann> number of reinstalls? or number of systemd upgrades? ;-)
[13:11:05] <deep42thought> wait, it's the second number, actually
[13:11:09] <deep42thought> lol
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[13:20:27] <tyzoid> deep42thought / abaumann: Here's the error I'm getting
[13:20:27] <tyzoid> https://ptpb.pw
[13:20:33] <tyzoid> if you've got any ideas, let me know.
[13:20:43] <tyzoid> Unfortunately, I need to head off to work rn, so I'll hop back on when I get there.
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[13:21:08] <abaumann> aeh. the distro would have been helpfull.. :-)
[13:21:20] <deep42thought> I think, he runs ubuntu
[13:21:27] <abaumann> ah. ok.
[13:21:35] <abaumann> apparmor?
[13:22:31] <abaumann> wait_on_daemonized_start:751 - No such file or directory - Failed to receive the container stat
[13:22:54] <abaumann> This looks there are no access rights to the container states.
[13:23:12] <abaumann> permissions, SELinux or Apparmor, I would bet.
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[14:11:47] <tyzoid> It's proxmox, which is based off of debian
[14:12:03] <tyzoid> When I was looking earlier, it looked like apparmour
[14:12:19] <tyzoid> but I wasn't too sure how to actually resolve it/determine if that was the issue
[14:22:13] <tyzoid> https://ptpb.pw
[14:22:16] <tyzoid> has more info in it
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[14:56:27] <tyzoid> alright, things should now be coming back
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[15:12:12] <tyzoid> deep42thought: Can you confirm everything is back as expected from your side?
[15:12:23] <tyzoid> Things look good to me, as far as I can tell
[15:16:32] <abaumann> https://packages.archlinux32.org looks a little bit empty..
[15:24:17] <abaumann> the buildmaster is not running there, right? because the mysqldb is down..
[15:47:11] <tyzoid> hmm
[15:48:38] <tyzoid> abaumann: Should be fixed
[15:48:43] <tyzoid> the mysqld service wasn't enabled :/
[15:49:21] <tyzoid> That's just the buildmaster slave database
[15:49:32] <tyzoid> buildmaster: wtf watch
[15:50:43] <tyzoid> buildmaster: why don't you stabilize foobar
[15:50:54] <tyzoid> hmm, buildmaster IRC is down too
[15:51:09] <deep42thought> it's responding really slow at the moment
[15:51:15] <deep42thought> even on ssh :-(
[15:51:36] <deep42thought> https://packages.archlinux32.org
[15:51:44] <deep42thought> is your package interface down?
[15:52:07] <buildmaster> [core] procps-ng (3.3.13-1.0): /usr/bin/watch
[15:52:08] <buildmaster> [extra] adwaita-icon-theme (3.28.0-1.0): /usr/share/icons/Adwaita/cursors/watch
[15:52:08] <buildmaster> [extra] bash-completion (2.8-1.0): /usr/share/bash-completion/completions/watch
[15:52:08] <buildmaster> [extra] breeze (5.12.4-1.0): /usr/share/icons/Breeze_Snow/cursors/watch /usr/share/icons/breeze_cursors/cursors/watch
[15:52:08] <buildmaster> [extra] oxygen (5.12.4-1.0): /usr/share/icons/KDE_Classic/cursors/watch /usr/share/icons/Oxygen_Black/cursors/watch /usr/share/icons/Oxygen_Blue/cursors/watch /usr/share/icons/Oxygen_White/cursors/watch /usr/share/icons/Oxygen_Yellow/cursors/watch /usr/share/icons/Oxygen_Zion/cursors/watch
[15:52:09] <buildmaster> ... (19 lines total)
[15:52:12] <tyzoid> there we go
[15:52:19] <tyzoid> the API is offline
[15:52:24] <deep42thought> ok
[15:52:31] <tyzoid> online, rather
[15:52:33] <tyzoid> sorry
[15:52:37] <tyzoid> as buildmaster has shown
[15:52:38] <buildmaster> Sry, "why-dont-you stabilize" is unavailable, until someone recodes it to look into the database.
[15:52:50] <deep42thought> that's a static response
[15:52:51] <tyzoid> I just started the sql database on the server
[15:53:02] <tyzoid> but wtf isn't
[15:53:08] <tyzoid> https://pkgapi.arch32.tyzoid.com
[15:53:24] <tyzoid> I just started the sql server, since it wasn't enabled
[15:53:29] <tyzoid> so it might need some time to re-sync
[15:53:29] <deep42thought> no, I meant, "why-dont-you stabilize" does nothing outside that shell script
[15:53:39] <tyzoid> yeah. That was my way of doing a poing
[15:53:41] <tyzoid> ping*
[15:53:48] <tyzoid> since iirc it should error quick
[15:53:49] <deep42thought> but it's sloooow
[15:53:56] <deep42thought> yes
[15:53:57] <deep42thought> should
[15:54:01] <tyzoid> lol
[15:54:45] <deep42thought> https://ptpb.pw
[15:54:53] <deep42thought> that's what it's looling like
[15:55:06] <tyzoid> wow
[15:55:11] <tyzoid> 12s to do an ls
[15:55:17] <tyzoid> you sure this isn't over sshfs?
[15:55:22] <deep42thought> 100%
[15:55:23] <tyzoid> or smb
[15:55:28] <deep42thought> well
[15:55:36] <deep42thought> it's in a vm which has its disk on some nas
[15:55:47] <tyzoid> yup
[15:55:52] <tyzoid> sounds like an issue
[15:55:53] <deep42thought> and there was a problem with another vm creating lots of traffic on the nas in the past
[15:56:17] <deep42thought> and looking at the latency, I'm not sure if rewbycraft fixed it ... :-/
[15:56:26] <tyzoid> can't you set vm.writeback to a larger value?
[15:56:34] <deep42thought> I cannot
[15:56:38] <deep42thought> or?
[15:56:39] <tyzoid> :/
[15:56:42] <deep42thought> from inside the vm?
[15:56:45] <tyzoid> yeah
[15:57:03] <tyzoid> iirc, that should keep things cached in memory for faster operations before syncing to disk
[15:57:17] <tyzoid> that's the theory from a physical box
[15:57:21] <tyzoid> not sure about vm, but it should work the same way
[15:57:52] <tyzoid> only drawback is it increases the chance of disk corruption on power failure
[15:58:08] <tyzoid> since you're not writing back as often
[15:59:55] <deep42thought> so how do I set that?
[16:00:01] <deep42thought> "sysctl vm.writeback"?
[16:00:56] <tyzoid> https://lonesysadmin.net
[16:00:58] <phrik> Title:Better Linux Disk Caching & Performance with vm.dirty_ratio (at lonesysadmin.net)
[16:01:18] <tyzoid> but yeah, through sysctl
[16:01:29] <tyzoid> ^ Those you may want to tune before writeback
[16:01:35] <tyzoid> it's a slightly bigger hammer than necessary
[16:04:40] <deep42thought> looks all sane to me
[16:05:53] <deep42thought> https://ptpb.pw
[16:05:55] <abaumann> the buildmaster got really fast :-)
[16:06:17] <deep42thought> is this irony or did it accellerate indeed?
[16:06:23] <deep42thought> ok, it's irony
[16:06:30] <abaumann> no, really.
[16:06:33] <deep42thought> huh?
[16:06:54] <abaumann> the graph on the main buildermaster page used to be quite slow, now it's very fast.
[16:07:20] <deep42thought> that's not the buildmaster
[16:07:25] <deep42thought> it's hosted on tyzoids server
[16:07:32] <deep42thought> e.g. on packages.archlinux32.org
[16:07:37] <abaumann> ah.
[16:07:48] <deep42thought> or do you mean the number of to-be-compiled packages itself?
[16:08:02] <deep42thought> that was a *cough* technical *cough* problem with the/my build slaves
[16:08:06] <abaumann> no, https://buildmaster.archlinux32.org the main page.
[16:08:13] <abaumann> :-)
[16:08:44] <deep42thought> all the dynamic (=php) content is hosted on packages.archlinux32.org
[16:10:03] <deep42thought> tyzoid: your api still gives me some 404's
[16:10:05] <deep42thought> https://pkgapi.arch32.tyzoid.com
[16:10:26] <deep42thought> but there is i686/extra/abook-0.6.1-2-i686.pkg.tar.xz on the master mirror
[16:11:53] <tyzoid> deep42thought: Should be fixed
[16:11:59] <deep42thought> \o/
[16:12:12] <tyzoid> For speed, I put the database in a ramdisk, but forgot to create the folder again on reboot
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[16:23:43] <tyzoid> deep42thought: Btw, if you wanted to connect girls again, you can.
[16:24:02] deep42thought[] is now known as girls
[16:24:05] <girls> just did :-)
[16:24:05] <tyzoid> lol, that's exactly what you were just doing :P
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[16:24:15] <tyzoid> ...
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[16:24:32] * deep42thought forgot to set the channel as "persistent"
[16:24:38] <tyzoid> ah
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[16:24:53] <tyzoid> There's an option you can set in znc which will autojoin all on reconnect
[16:25:17] <deep42thought> no, the problem was, that pidgin "parts" the channel if I close the window
[16:25:23] <tyzoid> ah
[16:25:26] <deep42thought> ... if it's not "persistent"
[16:25:33] <tyzoid> :/
[16:25:46] <tyzoid> pidgin done broke
[16:26:14] <deep42thought> well, it's not the best chat client imaginable, but I got used to it ...
[16:52:02] * buildmaster failed to execute a mysql query - can you have a look at "tmp.mysql-functions.query.stdin.2018-04-16T16:38:38.ApmAsK"?.
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[17:29:42] <tyzoid> damn, ipv6 is broken :/
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[18:08:37] <tyzoid> hey deep42thought
[18:08:52] <tyzoid> srv1 is ipv4 only until I can get ipv6 fixed
[18:09:05] <tyzoid> so if you get timeouts, that's why
[18:09:57] <girls> yes, I noticed and read :-)
[18:12:19] <tyzoid> ah
[18:12:34] <tyzoid> always hard to tell whether you're on the girls account or deep42thought account
[18:13:42] <deep42thought> I'm always on both
[18:13:49] <deep42thought> I just sometimes use the wrong tab
[18:14:00] <tyzoid> ah
[18:14:05] <tyzoid> So this is the issue
[18:14:10] <tyzoid> I've got ipv6 working on the host
[18:14:16] <tyzoid> and ipv6 working on the guest network
[18:14:24] <tyzoid> but host <=> guest doesn't want to communicate
[18:14:28] <tyzoid> icmp gets through
[18:14:30] <tyzoid> but no tcp
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[19:15:24] <deep42thought> hmm, my ps2 keyboard does not work in the rescue console O.o
[19:15:47] <deep42thought> it works in the bootloader and a few lines after systemd start - but not right at the beginning
[19:15:54] <deep42thought> where the rescue console pops up
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[19:50:15] <deep42thought> strange, my archlinux32 box got 2 global ipv6 addresses - the one from the box, I copied the image from, and a new one
[19:52:12] <deep42thought> ah, no, both ipv6 addresses are unique
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[20:15:25] <tyzoid> deep42thought / girls: I'm planning on taking the package API offline for about 10-15 minutes to perform some ipv6 tests
[20:15:39] <tyzoid> let me know if you'd prefer I delay that any
[20:15:54] <deep42thought> no,it's ok now
[20:16:04] <tyzoid> ok, thanks
[20:20:33] <tyzoid> ok, so host <=> guest ipv6 is fixed
[20:20:50] <tyzoid> but (public) => host => guest is still broke
[20:21:16] <tyzoid> package api is back up, btw
[20:21:26] <tyzoid> but it's weird, since I can ssh from public to the host over ipv6
[20:21:36] <tyzoid> and ssh from the host to the guest over the internal ipv6 address
[20:21:42] <tyzoid> over that same connection
[20:21:50] <deep42thought> routing?
[20:21:51] <tyzoid> so everything's connected
[20:21:58] <tyzoid> that's what I'm trying to figure out
[20:22:03] <tyzoid> it's the same routing setup as ipv4
[20:22:09] <tyzoid> and it worked fine pre-upgrade/reboot
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[20:22:15] <tyzoid> wb abaumann
[20:22:20] <deep42thought> Hi Andreas
[20:22:25] <abaumann> wow. this must be a bot answering ;-)
[20:22:31] <tyzoid> any experience with ipv6 networking?
[20:22:46] <abaumann> aeh.. hard to tell. I have 0 IPv6. :-)
[20:22:48] <deep42thought> I could teach the buildmaster that
[20:22:53] <tyzoid> lol
[20:23:03] <abaumann> oh. yes. please. ;-)
[20:23:03] <deep42thought> I have an ipv6 router running
[20:23:08] <deep42thought> with nat64 and everything
[20:23:30] <abaumann> my ISP is still vey IPv4-ish. And I never bothered to set up any IPv6 for the local internal network.
[20:23:56] <tyzoid> ah, well my isp only recently stabilized their ipv6 connectivity
[20:24:06] <tyzoid> it would go up, then down, then up again
[20:24:23] <tyzoid> but anyway, if you read the logs, you'll see the issue I've got
[20:24:29] <abaumann> sounds like mountain-climbing ;-)
[20:24:39] <deep42thought> lol
[20:24:57] <deep42thought> but usually you want it in the end to be "up", not "down"
[20:25:24] <tyzoid> lol, yeah
[20:25:38] <tyzoid> deep42thought: Here's the ip6tables setup I'm dealing with: https://ptpb.pw
[20:26:05] <tyzoid> and the corresponding iptables setup: https://ptpb.pw (ipv4)
[20:26:09] <tyzoid> which does work :/
[20:26:28] <deep42thought> you can use link-local addresses w/o interface?
[20:26:38] <deep42thought> or is fd... not link local?
[20:26:45] <tyzoid> not local link
[20:27:06] <tyzoid> fd/8 is a private block
[20:27:16] <tyzoid> so I use fdab::/64
[20:27:21] <deep42thought> ah, ok
[20:27:39] <tyzoid> fe08, iirc is the local link
[20:27:47] <tyzoid> might be fe80
[20:27:58] <tyzoid> yeah, fe80
[20:27:59] <deep42thought> ipv6.routing (or how that thing was called) is enabled?
[20:28:06] <deep42thought> fe80
[20:28:53] <tyzoid> net.ipv6.conf.all.forwarding = 0
[20:29:00] * tyzoid hangs head in shame
[20:29:24] <tyzoid> this is the *SECOND* time I've hit the same exact problem :/
[20:29:55] <tyzoid> ipv6 is now working on srv1
[20:29:58] * tyzoid hangs head in shame
[20:30:28] <tyzoid> I forgot to set that as persistent on reboot
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[20:31:25] <deep42thought> :-)
[20:31:32] <deep42thought> I'm glad, I could help
[20:31:50] <tyzoid> deep42thought: I'm the one who is supposed to keep *you* sane, lol
[20:31:56] <deep42thought> :-D
[20:32:22] <tyzoid> So I added it as a post-up hook on the interface
[20:32:30] <tyzoid> But I don't want to reboot the machine to test
[20:32:30] <tyzoid> so...
[20:32:39] <tyzoid> we'll hope this never happens again
[20:33:10] <deep42thought> :-D
[20:40:07] <autofsckk> hello, ive been using arch for several years, i have a very old gateway comp, 32bit, im trying to use your repos, but when i try to update it doesnt work, i have some lib dependencies broken like libvpx.so and libx264.so, my console is in spanish, is it usefull if i pastebin the error output so you can give me some ideas?
[20:40:30] <deep42thought> autofsckk: yes
[20:40:36] <abaumann> extra/avidemux-cli-2.7.0-5.0-i686 depends on libx265.so.146 which is not provided by any package.
[20:40:39] <abaumann> extra/avidemux-qt-2.7.0-5.0-i686 depends on libx265.so.146 which is not provided by any package.
[20:40:42] <abaumann> by any chance?
[20:40:55] <abaumann> oh. its libx264++, mmh.
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[20:44:20] <autofsckk> do you have a preferred pastebin page? pastebin, i use https://bpaste.net is it ok with you guys?
[20:44:21] <phrik> Title:new at bpaste (at bpaste.net)
[20:44:33] <deep42thought> !give autofsckk ptpb
[20:44:34] <phrik> autofsckk: “<command> 2>&1 | curl -F c=@- https://ptpb.pw” OR “curl -F c=@path/to/a/file https://ptpb.pw” OR install community/pbpst
[20:44:38] <tyzoid> bpaste works. I generally like ptpb better
[20:47:36] <autofsckk> https://bpaste.net
[20:47:37] <phrik> Title:show at bpaste (at bpaste.net)
[20:47:57] <autofsckk> i tried the curl option but didnt work i think because i had to put the password and it never asked for it
[20:48:50] <deep42thought> what is ffmpeg0.10 needed for?
[20:48:58] <abaumann> I would check, what's still using ffmep01.0 (which seems to be old), pactree -r ffmpeg
[20:49:14] <deep42thought> I think, you can remove that
[20:49:36] <deep42thought> I'd be more brutal: sudo pacman -Rs ffmpeg0.10
[20:50:46] <autofsckk> this is he output of pactree -r ffmpeg https://bpaste.net
[20:50:46] <phrik> Title:show at bpaste (at bpaste.net)
[20:51:20] <deep42thought> no, "pactree -r ffmpeg0.10"
[20:51:26] <deep42thought> the number is important
[20:51:51] <autofsckk> pactree -r ffmpeg0.10
[20:51:54] <autofsckk> ffmpeg0.10
[20:53:40] <abaumann> so, nothing depends on it. just remove it. :-)
[20:55:57] <autofsckk> ok thanks, it seems that is working now
[20:56:03] <deep42thought> :-)
[20:56:09] <autofsckk> 2G :( jajajaja
[20:56:33] <deep42thought> 2G?
[20:56:43] <abaumann> 2G network?
[20:56:44] <autofsckk> Tamaño total de la descarga: 2031.96 MiB
[20:56:44] <autofsckk> Tamaño total de la instalación: 8170.39 MiB
[20:56:44] <autofsckk> Tamaño neto tras actualizar: 93.70 MiB
[20:56:51] <deep42thought> ah
[20:56:53] <abaumann> sincerlely?
[20:56:54] <abaumann> yaks.
[20:56:59] <autofsckk> yes
[20:57:23] <deep42thought> you didn't update that box in a while, right?
[20:57:37] <autofsckk> yes
[20:57:49] <abaumann> understandable, given the connection. :-)
[21:05:36] <tyzoid> I'd offer to recompress the packages, but they're already compressed :(
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[21:26:05] <buildmaster> Hi deep42thought!
[21:26:10] <girls> :-D
[21:26:29] <tyzoid> I'd try leaving and joining, but I've got a bouncer
[21:26:37] <tyzoid> If you see me leave, something serious has broken :P
[21:26:51] <deep42thought> what a shame
[21:26:58] <deep42thought> your name is in the regex, too
[21:27:04] <tyzoid> :P
[21:28:02] <tyzoid> deep42thought: Btw, you can replace srv0.tyzoid.com:2222 with srv1.tyzoid.com:2100
[21:28:53] <tyzoid> srv0 will remain online until probably Wednesday before I take it offline for reprovisioning.
[21:29:09] <deep42thought> "Remote: ssh: connect to host srv1.tyzoid.com port 2100: Connection refused
[21:29:09] <deep42thought> Connection closed by remote host. Is borg working on the server?"
[21:29:11] <tyzoid> Maybe a day or two later, but Wednesday evening is the earliest this will happen
[21:29:15] <tyzoid> one sec
[21:31:49] <tyzoid> deep42thought: try again
[21:32:01] <tyzoid> I forgot to enable GatewayPorts on srv1
[21:32:27] <deep42thought> looks better
[21:32:34] <tyzoid> sweet
[21:34:41] <tyzoid> Just think it's funny. Spent all of last week migrating all the services without downtime, only to have 2h downtime on the new machine
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[21:36:59] <deep42thought> :-D
[21:39:10] <deep42thought> tyzoid: looks good
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[22:43:55] * buildmaster resumes sanity.
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[23:05:21] <autofsckk> hi, im still trying to update my computer, when i try to update aur with yay, i get this error ==> Missing AUR Packages: lib32-curl lib32-gcc-libs lib32-libgl lib32-libsm lib32-libxrender lib32-fontconfig lib32-glu lib32-glibc lib32-mesa
[23:26:11] <autofsckk> is there a way to fix this please?