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as per documentation i have created 1st config file enviroments.yaml by juju generate-config -w command.

Do I need to create separate" .yaml" file for ceph or openstack services? or i can just add new environment to existing config file?

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You do not need to add new files, you can just add new environments in the same file. The example generates a section for openstack already, you can just edit it and uncomment the sections that make sense for your cloud.

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I am installing ceph, so can you show me e.g. enviorments.yaml along with maas environment? I am not getting how to do it? – SaM Jul 26 '13 at 11:57
Or is it like i have to create seprate .yaml file for installing ceph on MAAS machines? I am so confused, Plz give me a sample .yaml file to install ceph in maas enviornment – SaM Jul 26 '13 at 12:13
Can you ask that as a new question please? – Jorge Castro Jul 26 '13 at 16:02
I got it working, only thing juju maas is lacking on not good documentation. Its so annoying, no where specified you have to create separate .ymal file for installing services on maas enviornment! – SaM Jul 26 '13 at 19:23
My contact information is in my profile, can you send me along what you did to fix it? I can certainly add it to the documentation! – Jorge Castro Jul 26 '13 at 19:39

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