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2019-03-26Mysql: add databaseRestored to create a database and populate itmysqlNicolas Schodet
2019-03-26Mysql: add missing documentation markupNicolas Schodet
2019-03-26Mysql: wait for server to be startedNicolas Schodet
2018-10-19Mysql: do not install the server to remove a database/userNicolas Schodet
2018-10-19Mysql: changes following Joey's reviewNicolas Schodet
- add a comment about database names, - do not use Show to generate configuration, - use Enum for privileges, - safely quote strings given as SQL parameters. Also always use uppercase for SQL.
2018-08-31Mysql: grant global privileges to an userNicolas Schodet
2018-08-30Mysql: handle classic databases for web applicationsNicolas Schodet
2018-05-17Merge branch 'joeyconfig'Joey Hess
2018-05-17Apt.installedBackport replaced with Apt.backportInstalledSean Whitton
Apt.installedBackport would do this: apt-get install -t stretch-backports foo bar Apt.backportInstalled does this: apt-get install foo/stretch-backports bar/stretch-backports The Apt.installedBackport behaviour can install the dependencies of foo and bar from stretch-backports even when the versions in stretch will satisfy the dependencies of the backports of foo and bar. So this property can result in very many more backports being installed on the host when intended. But the number of installed backports should always be minimised. Worse, whether this happens is highly dependent on the system state, and the order in which other properties get ensured. For example, & Apt.installed ["dgit"] & Apt.installedBackport ["dgit"] will install only dgit from stretch-backports, but unless debhelper and devscripts happen to already be installed, & Apt.installedBackport ["dgit"] & Apt.installed ["dgit"] will install dgit, debhelper, devscripts and maybe more from backports. This is surprising, difficult to debug, and breaks the expectation that when the order in which properties are ensured is not specified with connectives like `requires` and `before`, ensuring them in any order will produce the same result. Property renamed because user configs should not silently break, as they would if they did not list dependencies that must be installed from stable-backports. Signed-off-by: Sean Whitton <>
2018-05-17Restic.installed: stop trying to install a backport on jessieSean Whitton
No such backport exists in the archive. Signed-off-by: Sean Whitton <>
2018-05-09propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-07propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-06Merge remote-tracking branch 'felix/unbound' into joeyconfigJoey Hess
2018-05-05propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-05propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-05Unbound: move haddock comment to cachingDnsServerFélix Sipma
2018-05-05propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-04propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-04updateJoey Hess
2018-05-04Unbound: add a warning note for CNAMEFélix Sipma
2018-05-04Unbound: handle missing recordsFélix Sipma
2018-05-04Unbound: simplify existing recordsFélix Sipma
2018-05-04Unbound: handle SRV recordFélix Sipma
2018-05-03propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-03Merge branch 'master' into joeyconfigJoey Hess
2018-05-03Update shim each time propellor is run in a container, to deal with library ↵Joey Hess
version changes. Surprised this didn't come up before, since propellor was run against progressively old versions of libraries when propelling eg, a chroot. It finally broke on an arm box, where libm got updated to a new version and propellor used a symbol from the new version. The comment says that propellor may be running from an existing shim in which case it's reused. That could be a nested chroot or other container, or perhaps propellor was deployed via a precompiled tarball which is built using a shim. The code used to use "checkAlreadyShimmed shim" which I don't see how it deals with either of those scenarios. Changed to "checkAlreadyShimmed propellorbin", which I think will deal with them, but I've not tested such scenarios. Added code to delete old versions of libraries out of the shim directory to avoid masses of old ones piling up over time. Property.Chroot sets up the shim directory and then bind mounts it into the chroot. To avoid deleting the source of a bind mount, made this only delete files in the shim directory, but not the shim directory itself.
2018-05-03propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-05-02make Schroot.overlaysInTmpfs revertableSean Whitton
Useful when a build fails on a tmpfs (usually a package's test suite). Signed-off-by: Sean Whitton <>
2018-05-02updateJoey Hess
2018-04-30Revert "Added dependency on concurrent-output; removed embedded copy."Joey Hess
This reverts commit 02eca2ae4cf51d8e83d94d8359e15ac053451109. This seems to have broken propellor badly, in testing I'm seeing it crash at the end of a run with "thread blocked indefinitely in an STM transaction" and also during the run it printed out some odd output like: apache2: apache2: dummy IN SSHFP 4 1 35df80973f5877e4041f1b70947385eb2f6a0822 dummy IN SSHFP 4 2 3a0bb426e76eebc5c56e3b0f1428aa9d18539e9621bf8f9e3b7f56a4e7d81c85 Which seems like it might be output of commands that propellor is supposed to be reading? Seems likely that there's a bug or two that have crept into then concurrent-output library since the version embedded in propellor.
2018-04-30Merge branch 'master' into joeyconfigJoey Hess
2018-04-30fix broken SemigroupMonoid transition <<loop>>Joey Hess
Turns out that with ghc 8.2.2, the instructions given on the page don't work. And the cppless variant that I had compiles, but into effectively mappend = mappend so it loops. The only way I can see to make it work without cpp is to use mappend = (Sem.<>) which is ugly and a land mine waiting to explode if someone changes it to a nicer mappend = (<>) with a newer version of ghc which will compile it and work ok, while breaking it with 8.2.2. Sigh. I posted to haskell-cafe about this.
2018-04-30Merge branch 'master' into joeyconfigJoey Hess
2018-04-30fix build with ghc 8.2Joey Hess
Seems newer ghc can figure out that metatypes is SingI, but not this one?
2018-04-29Merge branch 'master' into joeyconfigJoey Hess
2018-04-29propellor spinJoey Hess
2018-04-23more ghc 8.4 build fixesJoey Hess
Tested build with ghc 8.4 now.
2018-04-23stack.yaml: Updated to lts-9.21.Joey Hess
Also tested with lts-11.6 / ghc 8.2.2 and it does build, however the stack in debian stable (and even unstable currently) does not support that version's data.
2018-04-23Added dependency on concurrent-output; removed embedded copy.Joey Hess
Removed deps on transformers, text, stm. Updated debian/control and Propellor.Bootstrap accordingly. Sorted the lists of deps to make it easier to keep them in sync. This commit was sponsored by Nick Daly on Patreon.
2018-04-23Added dependency on concurrent-output; removed embedded copy.Joey Hess
Removed deps on transformers, text, stm. Updated debian/control and Propellor.Bootstrap accordingly. Sorted the lists of deps to make it easier to keep them in sync.
2018-04-23update note about singletons libraryJoey Hess
ghc version is ok to use it now. However, seems debian has not packaged it, so it won't be in stable for years, so I can't even think about using it for propellor. Proably ghc will get built-in singletons support before I can drop the current singletons code.
2018-04-23semigroup monoid change fallout; drop ghc 7 supportJoey Hess
Fix build with ghc 8.4, which broke due to the Semigroup Monoid change. See Dropped support for building propellor with ghc 7 (as in debian oldstable), to avoid needing to depend on the semigroups transitional package, but also because it's just too old to be worth supporting. If we indeed drop ghc 7 support entirely, some code to support "jessie" can be removed; concurrent-output can be de-embedded, and the Singletons code can be simplified. This commit was sponsored by Jack Hill on Patreon.
2018-04-22simplify constraints for new ghcJoey Hess
ghc started warning about the IsProp (Property i) constraint; removing it the code builds. This may break building with older ghc.
2018-04-22separate Hs-Source-Dirs for binariesJoey Hess
This is a trick I only just learned about, see Significantly increased propellor build speed when your config.hs is in a fork of the propellor repository, by avoiding redundant builds of propellor library. Also avoids needing to list all the build deps 3 times. Also avoids cabal 2.x wanting every module to be listed 3 times. Note that the bulk of wrapper.hs had to move into the propellor library, since that code depended on stuff not exposed by the library. This commit was sponsored by Henrik Riomar on Patreon.
2018-04-18Merge branch 'joeyconfig'Joey Hess
2018-04-18Apt.stdSourcesList now adds stable-updates suiteSean Whitton
Signed-off-by: Sean Whitton <>
2018-04-12I tested the banana pi earlier, forgot to move it to the tested sectionJoey Hess
2018-04-11Merge branch 'joeyconfig'Joey Hess
2018-04-11move 1-wire to different gpio pinJoey Hess
2018-04-08propellor spinJoey Hess