I've installed MAAS to get a set of Ubuntu 12.04 servers running and I used juju to install the hadoop charm on them, but I needed to change some of the configuration settings on one of the machines to make it work. I noticed that after rebooting the machine my changes were removed and the original settings were back.
Is there a non-hacky way (custom shell script that runs on reboot) to define configurations that need to be reloaded? In my case I would like to simply define the file that should be reloaded on reboot. I believe this is an issue that goes beyond the hadoop charm specifically (hopefully).
- 12.04 Stock MAAS
- 12.04 Stock juju (0.5bzr)
- 12.04 Stock Hadoop charm (but my question is for the general case)