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I am trying to install MAAS and Juju on VirtualBox.

The network configuration of VirtualBox is set to NAT Network. Everything is just fine. I am able to PXE boot. But when I start juju bootstrap, the node gets stuck when it is trying to download ubuntu archive mirrors.

  • I set the maas server to manage the DHCP and DNS. It looks like the node cannot access the internet.
  • I have checked the node and it got the correct ip from maas. That means the DHCP works fine. I think the problem is the DNS. Could someone please help?

If you need more details, please let me know.

This is the output of juju bootstrap -v

Launching instance
WARNING picked arbitrary tools &{"1.18.2-precise-amd64" "https://streams.canonical.com/juju/tools/releases/juju-1.18.2-precise-amd64.tgz" "d3770207f2b7767e062d56e47dbe95d1f00c64e6033aad42cfc0a467af066345" %!q(int64=5359827)}
 - /MAAS/api/1.0/nodes/node-9d17c260-d5f9-11e3-b46b-08002781e4ac/
Waiting for address
Attempting to connect to MAAS-Node-0.maas:22
Attempting to connect to 10.0.2.109:22

Then I start my node manually ( because I don't know how to configure the power type of VirtualBox to allow it start automatically ), the node begins to boot and stuck at checking ubuntu archive mirrors.

This is the image showing the stuck screen

The mirror archive is archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu

More details:

I am able to ping google.com on my region-controller. But when I run juju bootstrap and ping google again, it shows that unknown host name google.com.

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Hi Jorqe, I added the output. I hope this is what you want to see. –  Benson May 7 at 15:47
    
I have the same problem. I am using actual servers. It boots up and after it goes through the network detection it gets stuck and times out. –  user2291975 May 7 at 16:08
    
My nodes get network configured successfully, but get stuck when trying to download archive mirrors. –  Benson May 7 at 16:11
    
I just changed to saucy instead of precise and it passed that point. Is the new version of juju compatible with precise. I have been having a lot of issues with it. –  user2291975 May 7 at 16:14
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Take a look at this and see if it helps you with the networking part of the VMs. insights.ubuntu.com/2013/11/15/… –  user2291975 May 7 at 16:42

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