Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.2 -> Backport it from Ubuntu 18.10

Bug #1796027 reported by Andrej Urvantsev
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Bug Description

Please see https://launchpad.net/bugs/1814133 for the current tracking bug.

Original Bug Report
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Ubuntu 18.04 provides JDK 10 packages as JDK 11.

Since JDK 11 went GA in September and current JDK version is 11.0.2, openjdk-11 package has to be upgraded to openjdk 11.0.2.

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in openjdk-lts (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
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David Karlsen (davi4) wrote :

Is there any ETA on this?

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Sina (sinadoom) wrote :

Should now be 11.0.1. Is Ubuntu usually this slow with updates? I was expecting the upgrade to be automated. One or two days is acceptable, but this is just ridiculous, especially given that JDK 10.0.2 is end of life.

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Lukasz Lech (lechlukasz) wrote :

While I'd like the package openjdk-11-jdk to install openjdk version 11 (I find it somehow intuitive), I'd like to have an option to use openjdk 10 without adding openjdk ppa.

Actually I have docker builds for apps working with Java 10, but likely to fail with Java 11 because of illegal access warnings in external libs not fixed yet, and those builds will magically break once the version will be fixed. Is there a solution for that? For example, current openjdk-11-jdk renamed to openjdk-10-jdk?

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David Kam (davidkam) wrote :

What is going on? This should absolutely install Java 11, not 10:

apt-get -y install default-jdk

but the packages that get installed all refer to Java 11, and yet they are actually 10. This is highly confusing.

When will this be fixed?

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relgames (relgames) wrote :

Java 11 is out for more than a month. Still, openjdk-11 installs java 10.
Who is sabotaging it?

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Mike Gresens (msg-72) wrote :

Still no openjdk-11 in Ubuntu 18.04. This is sad...

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svan001 (stephane-gronowski) wrote :

Agree, lost some time wondering what's wrong with my IDE, I understand why it's been done, but it should be fixed by now.

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Romain Moreau (romainmoreau) wrote :

This easy workaround can be used until this issue is fixed:
1) Download jdk-11.0.1_linux-x64_bin.deb here:
https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk11-downloads-5066655.html
2) Run these two commands:
apt install ./jdk-11.0.1_linux-x64_bin.deb
update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /usr/lib/jvm/jdk-11.0.1/bin/java 1

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Andrej Urvantsev (urvancevav) wrote :

DO NOT follow workaround mentioned above!

Due to the license changes Oracle JDK can not be used for free in production! You can use it for free only for development purposes.

If you follow that workaround you might violate license agreement!

summary: - Update openjdk-11 to 11+28
+ Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.1
description: updated
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Romain Moreau (romainmoreau) wrote : Re: Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.1

The workaround using OpenJDK instead is equally simple:
wget https://download.java.net/java/GA/jdk11/13/GPL/openjdk-11.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz
tar xzv -C /opt -f openjdk-11.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz
update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /opt/jdk-11.0.1/bin/java 1

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Alexey (feudenfer) wrote :

When is this going to be fixed? How longer users will have to use ugly workarounds?
Just wasted an hour trying to realize why my buildmachine won't build same configuration as on the desktop. That's quite pathetic for such a popular server distribution...

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Martin Dünkelmann (nc-duenkekl3) wrote :

Is there an ETA for the fix?
BACKPORT IT FROM UBUNTU 18.10!

summary: - Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.1
+ Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.1 -> Backport it from Ubuntu 18.10
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Mike Gresens (msg-72) wrote : Re: Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.1 -> Backport it from Ubuntu 18.10

Still no openjdk-11 in Ubuntu 18.04.
And no comments from the maintainers.
This is sad...

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Martin Dünkelmann (nc-duenkekl3) wrote :

+1
Could we mark them somehow, so that they will get a notification?

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Thomas (tux12fun) wrote :

+1
Hit the same Bug. The Package Name is openjdk11 so it should be openjdk11 and not 10!.

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Romain Moreau (romainmoreau) wrote :

They probably plan to stick with Java 10 for a while because if one read the latest changelog, it's stated they backported security fixes from Java 11.0.1 so it doesn't make sense to do that and then to upgrade to the full Java 11.0.1 soon after: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openjdk-lts/10.0.2+13-1ubuntu0.18.04.3

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Thomas (tux12fun) wrote :

But I have a Application that needs JDK 11 for TLS1.3 and a view other Features.

And as I anderstood JDK10 is out of support. - Was only supported until xx.09.2018

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Martin Dünkelmann (nc-duenkekl3) wrote :

You can't put a "Out of Support" Java into an Ubuntu LTS release
We want the Java 11 LTS version!

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Andrea Del Bene (an-delbene) wrote :

+1 to switch to Java 11

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Jeremy Bicha (jbicha) wrote :

The intent is to upgrade openjdk-11 to 11 in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. That's why it was named that way. It is a major change and will take some time to prepare. There is no need to ask for it to be done since it will be done.

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS was released several months before OpenJDK 11 was released so it wasn't possible to provide OpenJDK 11 before Ubuntu 18.04 LTS was released.

https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2018-March/004364.html

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Georg Abenthung (georg-0) wrote :

+1 Does anybody know when it's backported?

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Jeremy Bicha (jbicha) wrote :

Please don't ask for an ETA. That sends out an email to everyone subscribed to this bug and does not help fix the bug.

This bug is being worked on. openjdk 11.0.1 was updated in 18.10 and there was a security update that needed to be handled quickly in 18.04 LTS. 11.0.1 will come to 18.04 LTS when it's ready but it is a major change that needs careful coordination.

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Thomas (tux12fun) wrote :

Is there any information about this topic?

I have to do a update planing for hundreds of Ubuntu Systems for February and this is
a critical (current blocking) topic. A manual installation is not a solution as our
policy specifies the use of the Ubuntu/Repo. JDK10 is a big problem, because of the
missing TLS1.3 support and the End of Support state.

No ETA and no Status update for 2 months is not satisfying. Only if people ask for
a status the ticket will be recognized with it's importance to the users.

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Alexey (feudenfer) wrote :

This issue completely devaluates the conception of LTS releases as stable and reliable. That's shame, @Canonical.

Max Huang (maximilia)
description: updated
summary: - Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.1 -> Backport it from Ubuntu 18.10
+ Update openjdk-11 to 11.0.2 -> Backport it from Ubuntu 18.10
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Maurice Meyer (maurice.meyer) wrote :

Preamble: I read the request to not ask for an ETA here.

However, the Canonical support did not reply to our email about this topic, so I unfortunately need to ask here again:

Will this bug be fixed and if yes, when will there be an ETA for the fix?

Can we in any way provide support to get this bug get fixed faster? If yes, please let us know.

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Thomas (tux12fun) wrote :

I would need this information too, because currently we discuss to switch the Distribution, because this Bug is blocking production Deployments and we like to have a supported environment.

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Gergely Molnar (nexwo) wrote :

+1 Java 10 won't receive updates

Jeremy Bicha (jbicha)
tags: added: bionic rls-bb-incoming
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Jeremy Bicha (jbicha) wrote :

This bug is already being handled in bug 1814133 so I'm marking it a duplicate. Further discussion should happen on that bug instead of here.

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Jeremy Bicha (jbicha) wrote :

I am having difficulty marking this bug as a duplicate with Launchpad. Maybe it's because it is such a popular bug so I updated the bug description instead.

Changed in openjdk-lts (Ubuntu):
status: Confirmed → Invalid
description: updated
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