[pkg-lxc-devel] Bug#916639: LXC AppArmor confinement breaks systemd v240

Pierre-Elliott Bécue peb at debian.org
Fri Jan 11 14:56:02 GMT 2019

Le 11/01/2019 à 15:01, Christian Brauner a écrit :
> On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 12:58:09AM +0100, Pierre-Elliott Bécue wrote:
>> Le dimanche 16 décembre 2018 à 20:22:05+0100, intrigeri at debian.org a écrit :
>>> Package: lxc
>>> Version: 1:3.0.3-1
>>> Severity: normal
>>> Tags: patch
>>> X-Debbugs-Cc: Michael Biebl <biebl at debian.org>, Wolfgang Bumiller <w.bumiller at proxmox.com>
>>> User: pkg-apparmor-team at lists.alioth.debian.org
>>> Usertags: buggy-profile
>>> Hi,
>>> as discussed on https://bugs.debian.org/911806 the current LXC
>>> AppArmor support breaks systemd v240, which now refuses to start units
>>> if it can't set up various sandboxing features, while previously it
>>> would merely start the units without the configured sandboxing.
>>> Michael Biebl originally reported this failure in the context of the
>>> systemd autopkgtests but I expect the same problem will affect regular
>>> full-system containers as well.
>>> Testing confirms that this problem is fixed by backporting 3 commits
>>> (e6ec0a9, e7311a84 and 1800f92) from LXC 3.1.0. I'm attaching the
>>> resulting backported patches. Credit goes to Wolfgang Bumiller who did
>>> the work upstream and to Michael Biebl who reported the problem in
>>> great details.
>>> If Buster is going to be released with LXC 3.0.x, IMO we need to
>>> either apply these patches or disable AppArmor by default for new LXC
>>> containers. And if we're going to ship with LXC 3.1.0 or newer, then
>>> feel free to disregard this request and close this bug with the first
>>> upload of LXC 3.1.0+ :)
>> Hi,
>> Cc-ing Christian to improve the delay of replies.
>> At first I released 3.1.0 in unstable, but it seems unwise to rely on this
>> one when 3.0 is the LTS and 3.1 support won't last for long.
>> Hence I did a 3.1.0+really3.0.3 release today, rollbacking to 3.0.3.
>> This means this bug is no longer fixed.
>> Christian, would you consider releasing a 3.0.4 containing the patchset
>> mentioned in this bug?
> The three commits you linked would be a feature backport which we can't
> do into a stable branch. Wolfgang could however send a custom patch. I
> Cced him. If he does it we can push this into the next release. :)

Do you mean a 3.0.x release?

Would it be possible to have it before the end of the month? Otherwise
it'd be an issue to integrate it before the freeze. :/



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