#archlinux32 | Logs for 2018-04-04

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[02:43:37] * buildmaster failed to execute a mysql query - can you have a look at "tmp.mysql-functions.query.stdin.2018-04-04T02:28:32.3FZ4Z9"?.
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[06:36:48] <tyzoid> girls: ipv6 is now fixed on srv1.tyzoid.com
[06:37:19] <tyzoid> I'm planning on rolling out routable ipv6 addresses on each container coming shortly, but for now, the existing port forwarding works via ipv6
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[10:06:01] <Vollzornbrot> hello
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[12:21:47] <girls> tyzoid: I still cannot connect via ipv6 - did you forward the port for ipv6, too?
[12:22:05] <girls> no hurry, though, as ipv4 works fine :-)
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[13:47:01] <tyzoid> girls: yes, it should have worked
[13:47:58] <tyzoid> girls: oh, right. I never gave that container an ipv6 addr :/
[13:48:03] * tyzoid facepalms
[13:48:10] <tyzoid> it's always ths simplest thing that goes wrong
[13:48:47] <girls> :-D
[13:50:36] <tyzoid> girls: Fixed now
[13:50:39] <tyzoid> https://ptpb.pw
[13:51:42] <girls> the port differs - is that on purpose?
[14:07:23] <girls> also: I cannot connect (neither on 2203 nor 2204)
[14:53:46] <tyzoid> girls: Ports should be the same
[14:54:27] <girls> Are you sure, you forward ipv6, too? Because I still get a timeout.
[14:55:34] <tyzoid> girls: https://ptpb.pw
[14:55:53] <girls> strange
[14:56:13] <tyzoid> Can you wget https://srv1.tyzoid.com over ipv6?
[14:56:22] <tyzoid> or better yet, just wget ip6.srv0.tyzoid.com
[14:56:27] <tyzoid> that record only has AAAA set
[14:56:30] <girls> yes
[14:56:42] <tyzoid> and does ssh -6 srv0.tyzoid.com time out?
[14:56:55] <girls> nope
[14:56:57] <girls> works
[14:57:11] <girls> same for srv1
[14:57:22] <tyzoid> ok, so you're able to hit the boxes themselves
[14:57:23] <girls> only with -p2203 it times out
[14:57:41] <girls> ah
[14:57:55] <girls> now it works with -p2203, too
[14:57:59] <girls> ... very strange O.o
[14:58:05] <tyzoid> yeah, I didn't change anything
[14:58:19] <girls> but I'm asked for a pw O.o
[14:58:32] <girls> "ssh -6 -p2203 deep42thought@srv1.tyzoid.com"
[14:58:34] <girls> any typos?
[14:58:50] <tyzoid> looks good to me... does it ask for a password if you use ssh -4?
[14:59:09] <tyzoid> My assumption is that you just don't have your ssh keys on the box you're on
[14:59:14] <girls> yes
[14:59:19] <girls> but it hasen't before
[14:59:23] <tyzoid> brb
[14:59:25] <tyzoid> one sec
[14:59:26] <girls> cu
[15:00:02] <girls> ah, crap
[15:00:06] <girls> I was on the wrong box :-D
[15:00:32] <girls> ah, and I can _not_ connect to srv1 via ipv6 O.o
[15:00:46] <girls> looks like a problem on my end .. I'll investigate
[15:21:58] <tyzoid> girls: Back. Makes sense
[15:22:19] <tyzoid> If you want me to add another ssh key, you can PM me a copy of your pubkey and I'll add it
[15:22:36] <girls> not necessary, I've done that already
[15:22:47] <tyzoid> nice :)
[15:22:48] <girls> it looks like my parent's isp is shitty
[15:22:54] <tyzoid> lol
[15:23:05] <girls> traceroute to your server stops right at our router
[15:23:12] <girls> to my server, however, it works O.o
[15:23:18] <tyzoid> huh
[15:23:53] <tyzoid> girls: can you traceroute 2607:f8b0:4002:807::200e ?
[15:24:06] <tyzoid> That's one of google.com's ipv6 endpoints here in the states
[15:24:10] <girls> yes
[15:24:39] <tyzoid> hmm, and 2607:5600:dc:1000::2 fails?
[15:25:01] <girls> exactly
[15:25:15] <tyzoid> does 2607:5600:dc:0000::2 have the same issue?
[15:25:38] <girls> yes
[15:26:32] * tyzoid sighs
[15:26:51] <girls> ... and this is the german monopolist regarding internet ...
[15:27:51] <tyzoid> Yeah, I can't seem to see any routing issues on my side.
[15:28:01] <tyzoid> Want to DM me your ipv6 and I can traceroute it back from the server?
[15:28:09] <girls> "traceroute -6" stops right at our router ...
[15:28:20] <tyzoid> Oh, I see
[15:28:28] <tyzoid> are you able to traceroute the server from your location, then?
[15:28:51] <tyzoid> I'm trying to figure out if the issue is in both directions
[15:28:52] <girls> what do you mean by "your location"?
[15:29:11] <girls> ah, you mean traceroute our router from your vm?
[15:29:16] <girls> gimme a sec
[15:29:24] <tyzoid> You --[traceroute]--> My server, and also My server --[traceroute]--> You
[15:29:59] <tyzoid> but yea, that's what I meant
[15:31:04] <girls> traceroute from your vm to my router stops somewhere close (I guess, the router doesn't respond to these pings)
[15:31:22] <girls> "close" = "close to my router"
[15:31:53] <tyzoid> yeah, it makes sense the router itself wouldn't respond to ICMP echoes, to try to avoid automated port scanners
[15:32:11] <tyzoid> Does your machine have a routable ipv6 behind your access point?
[15:32:23] <tyzoid> If so, you might be able to ping your machine directly
[15:32:39] <girls> I think, the router is restrictive in that respect
[15:32:51] <tyzoid> very likely. It's a common firewall rule
[15:33:55] <tyzoid> maybe a phone call to the ISP is in order
[15:34:07] <girls> yeah, most probably
[15:34:28] <tyzoid> regardless, that's what IPv4 is for :P
[15:34:44] <girls> IPv4 = fallback-internet
[15:34:46] <tyzoid> it works even if net admins can't administer ipv6 properly
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[16:06:13] <girls> hmm, retrieving the commit dates from git slows down the process of calculating the updates significantly :-(
[16:13:33] <eschwartz> Rewrite in C with libgit bindings
[16:14:48] <girls> I guess, it's just that slow to retrieve commit dates from repositories which are that huge ...
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[16:44:01] <buildmaster> python-tqdm is broken (says nlopc46).
[17:14:48] <tyzoid> hey girls, you planning on going to fosdem next year?
[17:15:22] <buildmaster> haskell-lucid is broken (says nlopc46).
[17:15:38] <tyzoid> I'm toying with the idea of going
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[18:28:33] <buildmaster> deepin-polkit-agent-ext-gnomekeyring is broken (says rechenknecht).
[20:24:51] <girls> tyzoid: I'm not planning (yet)
[20:26:07] <girls> but it might be a good opportunity to meet in person :-)
[20:30:44] <tyzoid> girls: Only reason I'm planning this far out is because I've allocated all my vacation time this year.
[20:30:59] <tyzoid> but yeah, that was the thinking
[20:31:15] <tyzoid> If both you and abaumann plan to go, I can see about making plans to go
[20:31:50] <tyzoid> speaking of, I haven't seen him on in a while, have you heard much from him?
[20:32:18] <girls> I saw recent commits of him on archbootsrap or how it's called
[20:32:29] <girls> and usually, he just hops on if something is on fire ;-)
[20:38:45] <tyzoid> ah
[20:39:14] <girls> well, at least that was my impression
[20:39:24] <girls> ... I don't know him that well / personally, either
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[20:49:04] <abaumann> me back :-)
[20:49:17] <tyzoid> speak of the devil
[20:49:27] <abaumann> had some trouble finding all my easter eggs in the snow.. ;-)
[20:49:32] <tyzoid> lol
[20:49:53] <tyzoid> we were literally just talking about you 10 minutes before you hopped on
[20:50:22] <abaumann> well.. what a chat log can do.. ;-)
[20:52:13] <abaumann> I was doing some PXE and ISO via NBD testing..
[20:52:20] <girls> abaumann: just don't color your eggs
[20:52:24] <abaumann> ..so far I still need at least 64 MB of RAM, what a waster.
[20:52:38] <abaumann> * humm
[20:52:46] <tyzoid> You will never really need more tha 64k ram
[20:53:37] <girls> tyzoid: Who said that?
[20:54:31] <tyzoid> girls: Nobody, https://www.computerworld.com
[20:54:35] <abaumann> aeh. it's 640k RAM.
[20:54:42] <tyzoid> A similar quote with 640k is falsely attributed to Bill Gates
[20:54:45] <abaumann> "Computer Memory: 640K Ought to be Enough for Anyone"
[20:54:49] <abaumann> that's the one.
[20:54:57] <abaumann> I was not aware of a 64k one. :-)
[20:54:59] <tyzoid> but there's variations on it with all sorts of values
[20:55:09] <tyzoid> I've heard 16, 64, 640, 4M, ...
[20:55:12] <abaumann> today it's 64 GB I reckon..
[20:55:24] <tyzoid> lol, I've actually used 40gb ram once
[20:55:28] <tyzoid> by one program
[20:55:32] <tyzoid> that I wrote
[20:55:48] <girls> MemTotal: 65949284 kB
[20:55:49] <tyzoid> purpidentally
[20:56:09] <tyzoid> lol
[20:56:11] <girls> still managed to flood that
[20:56:28] <abaumann> KASLR adds to virtual address space usage.. ok, I'll switch it off.. should be safe on a i486. :-)
[20:56:40] <tyzoid> abaumann: Not safe to run emacs
[20:56:54] <tyzoid> "Eight Megabytes and Constantly Swapping"
[20:57:04] <abaumann> yes.
[20:57:35] <abaumann> Acutally, systemd is behaving quite good on a i486 with that little RAM, I was quite astonished..
[20:57:42] <tyzoid> that's amazing
[20:57:59] <tyzoid> regardless, abaumann: Any thoughts as to fosdem 2019?
[20:58:08] <abaumann> mmh.. where is it?
[20:58:11] <tyzoid> Brussels
[20:58:20] <abaumann> oh! that's close..
[20:58:21] <tyzoid> iirc that's where it is every year
[20:58:36] <tyzoid> I'm considering going if both you and deep42thought / girls are going
[21:00:32] <abaumann> hum.. I've not been at such events since 2004 Sheffield..
[21:00:50] <girls> And I have not yet been to such an event at all ...
[21:00:56] <girls> I think, that fits ;-)
[21:03:12] <tyzoid> I'm 21, so I haven't traveled much yet outside family vacations. Never been on the other side of the Atlantic, though
[21:04:10] <tyzoid> So yeah, I guess as it gets closer we can start making more concrete plans. Good to know everyone's interested.
[21:04:32] <abaumann> yeah. they have quite a variety of topics.. that's goot..
[21:04:34] <abaumann> *good
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