I've been playing with MAAS and juju (using 14.04 LTS) for the first time and have a single node in my cluster which PXE boots fine via WOL when I do a juju bootstrap.
I'm having an issue where after destroying the juju environment, bootstrapping it again errors out because the juju-db service is still running on that node.
The node reverts from Allocated to Ready within MAAS once the environment is destroyed, but needs a manual reboot before a subsequent bootstrap can take place. There are no entries in maas.log following the destroy.
It doesn't feel right to have to do this - surely MAAS should power down the node down once juju has finished with it? Or at the very least juju should properly clean up after itself during the destroy? Or am I missing something here?