Bug#768618: pacemaker: FTBFS in jessie: build-dependency not installable: libqb-dev (>= 0.16.0.real)

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Bug#768618: pacemaker: FTBFS in jessie: build-dependency not installable: libqb-dev (>= 0.16.0.real)

Christian Balzer


Well...

Meanwhile, here in what it what we tenuously call reality one can observe
the following things:

1. Pacemaker broken in Jessie for more than 2 months now.
2. Silence on this bug for more than one month.
3. Pacemaker was recently removed from Jessie.
4. The February 5th deadline is rapidly approaching, cue the laughingstock.

Between systemd and this gem Jessie is shaping up to be the best Debian
release ever...

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Bug#768618: Bug#768922: Bug#768618: pacemaker: FTBFS in jessie: build-dependency not installable: libqb-dev (>= 0.16.0.real)

Simon Horman
On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 09:26:36AM +0900, Christian Balzer wrote:

>
>
> Well...
>
> Meanwhile, here in what it what we tenuously call reality one can observe
> the following things:
>
> 1. Pacemaker broken in Jessie for more than 2 months now.
> 2. Silence on this bug for more than one month.
> 3. Pacemaker was recently removed from Jessie.
> 4. The February 5th deadline is rapidly approaching, cue the laughingstock.
>
> Between systemd and this gem Jessie is shaping up to be the best Debian
> release ever...

I wonder if there are any active members of the Debian linux-ha team.
Speaking for and pointing the finger at myself for one who
has been inactive for several years.

I for one would be happy to see an NMU here.


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Bug#768618: [Debian-ha-maintainers] Bug#768922: Bug#768618: pacemaker: FTBFS in jessie: build-dependency not installable: libqb-dev (>= 0.16.0.real)

wferi
Simon Horman <[hidden email]> writes:

> On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 09:26:36AM +0900, Christian Balzer wrote:
>
>> Meanwhile, here in what it what we tenuously call reality one can observe
>> the following things:
>>
>> 1. Pacemaker broken in Jessie for more than 2 months now.
>> 2. Silence on this bug for more than one month.
>> 3. Pacemaker was recently removed from Jessie.
>> 4. The February 5th deadline is rapidly approaching, cue the laughingstock.
>>
>> Between systemd and this gem Jessie is shaping up to be the best Debian
>> release ever...
>
> I wonder if there are any active members of the Debian linux-ha team.
> Speaking for and pointing the finger at myself for one who
> has been inactive for several years.
>
> I for one would be happy to see an NMU here.

There were a couple offers of help on the list (in October and November)
but the situation was rather hopeless already then, and nobody came up
with any plan to keep Pacemaker in testing.  Actually, I don't think
version 1.10 is really worth much effort.  I'm planning to use the
current versions of Corosync and Pacemaker on jessie, and will try to
create local packages for that.  If there is a way to use that work in
Debian, I'm most interested to hear about it.  But I don't think there's
still a way to have a modern Pacemaker in jessie.  Please prove me wrong.
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Bug#768922: [Debian-ha-maintainers] Bug#768618: Bug#768922: Bug#768618: pacemaker: FTBFS in jessie: build-dependency not installable: libqb-dev (>= 0.16.0.real)

Raoul Bhatia
I'd also like to know how to get involved on that.

I currently see two possibilities:

a) address the important, release critical bugs.
However, ideally would need someone of the old maintainers/uploaders
(added as CC) to sponsor that.

b) See if a quick backport will be possible after the release.

What do you think?
Raoul

On 2015-01-20 12:14, Ferenc Wagner wrote:

> Simon Horman <[hidden email]> writes:
>
>> On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 09:26:36AM +0900, Christian Balzer wrote:
>>
>>> Meanwhile, here in what it what we tenuously call reality one can
>>> observe
>>> the following things:
>>>
>>> 1. Pacemaker broken in Jessie for more than 2 months now.
>>> 2. Silence on this bug for more than one month.
>>> 3. Pacemaker was recently removed from Jessie.
>>> 4. The February 5th deadline is rapidly approaching, cue the
>>> laughingstock.
>>>
>>> Between systemd and this gem Jessie is shaping up to be the best
>>> Debian
>>> release ever...
>>
>> I wonder if there are any active members of the Debian linux-ha team.
>> Speaking for and pointing the finger at myself for one who
>> has been inactive for several years.
>>
>> I for one would be happy to see an NMU here.
>
> There were a couple offers of help on the list (in October and
> November)
> but the situation was rather hopeless already then, and nobody came up
> with any plan to keep Pacemaker in testing.  Actually, I don't think
> version 1.10 is really worth much effort.  I'm planning to use the
> current versions of Corosync and Pacemaker on jessie, and will try to
> create local packages for that.  If there is a way to use that work in
> Debian, I'm most interested to hear about it.  But I don't think
> there's
> still a way to have a modern Pacemaker in jessie.  Please prove me
> wrong.

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Bug#768618: Bug#768922: [Debian-ha-maintainers] Bug#768618: Bug#768922: Bug#768618: pacemaker: FTBFS in jessie: build-dependency not installable: libqb-dev (>= 0.16.0.real)

Georg Faerber-2
On 15-01-20 15:36:39, Raoul Bhatia wrote:

> I'd also like to know how to get involved on that.
>
> I currently see two possibilities:
>
> a) address the important, release critical bugs.
> However, ideally would need someone of the old maintainers/uploaders
> (added as CC) to sponsor that.
>
> b) See if a quick backport will be possible after the release.
>
> What do you think?
> Raoul
Anyone interested in setting up a "team" to take care of this, to bring
pacemaker into jessie-backports or to find an alternative way to make it
usable in jessie?

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Raoul Bhatia
On 7 February 2015 12:41:30 CET, "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 15-01-20 15:36:39, Raoul Bhatia wrote:
I'd also like to know how to get involved on that.

I currently see two possibilities:

a) address the important, release critical bugs.
However, ideally would need someone of the old maintainers/uploaders
(added as CC) to sponsor that.

b) See if a quick backport will be possible after the release.

What do you think?
Raoul

Anyone interested in setting up a "team" to take care of this, to bring
pacemaker into jessie-backports or to find an alternative way to make it
usable in jessie?

I would be ;-)

Thanks
Raoul
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Martin Gerhard Loschwitz-2

> Am 07.02.2015 um 13:24 schrieb Raoul Bhatia <[hidden email]>:
>
> On 7 February 2015 12:41:30 CET, "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 15-01-20 15:36:39, Raoul Bhatia wrote:
>  I'd also like to know how to get involved on that.
>  
>  I currently see two possibilities:
>  
>  a) address the important, release critical bugs.
>  However, ideally would need someone of the old maintainers/uploaders
>  (added as CC) to sponsor that.
>  
>  b) See if a quick backport will be possible after the release.
>  
>  What do you think?
>  Raoul
>
> Anyone interested in setting up a "team" to take care of this, to bring
> pacemaker into jessie-backports or to find an alternative way to make it
> usable in jessie?
>
> I would be ;-)
>
> Thanks
> Raoul
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It really doesn’t make much sense to start a group that would backport Pacemaker in stable
while it continues to rot in Unstable. If people want to help, the best thing they can do is get
involved in the Debian HA Maintainers group (which has existed for the last five years) and
start working on the actual packages. I have recently created up-to-date Linux-HA packages
for Ubuntu 14.04. These won’t be hard to adapt to Unstable and bpo, so they could very well
serve the purpose of a base for future work.

https://launchpad.net/~syseleven-platform/+archive/ubuntu/linux-ha

M.

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