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As discussed on IRC this is a limitation of using WOL with MAAS, which can only power on nodes and not power them off (Sleep on LAN anyone? ;) ). Juju will ask MAAS to power off the node but MAAS can't.


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Found this post as I just happen to have had the same symptoms. Maybe you have after all the same problem then. When bootstrapping Juju I got the same ssh login attempt displayed as you. Then I had a look at my virt-manager and noticed that the machine was not start. I then tried to start the machine by using MAAS GUI. Although, within the MAAS GUI, it ...


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I found solution: 1) Install lpadmin 2) using lpadmin commands to add default printer 3) here is useful links https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/cups.html http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1423730 4) There is another solution: https://pdfbox.apache.org/


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I don't believe MAAS will setup such routing by itself. You should be able to tell the MAAS machine to NAT your 10.0.* network, though. I would suggest getting that working manually as a test case, then trying with MAAS once the MAAS machine networking is right. Good luck!


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this is how it is done: do this on the maas/region cluster controller. this only for those who have maas/region cluster running on one server. sudo nano nat.sh then: copy and paste the contents of the link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router#Enable_IP_forwarding_and_Masquerading save file nat.sh After configuring the 2 variables, if necessary, ( ...


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Deploy cinder, cinder-ceph and ceph charms: juju deploy cinder juju deploy cinder-ceph juju deploy ceph Relate cinder with cinder-ceph and cinder-ceph with ceph: juju add-relation cinder-ceph cinder juju add-relation cinder-ceph ceph


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Work is currently under way to enable you to bind an IP address to a machine so that it is always used whenever that machine is brought up. Similarly, it will be possible to declare additional (unmanaged) machines (MAC and IP) so that you can have DNS and DHCP for them provided by MAAS rather than having them statically assigned and unrecorded in MAAS.


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Maybe if you let install of Juju GUI to provide adequately more what type of network balancing you need then you could find your answer faster. Using Juju with GUI This advanced guides very close to your problem: MAAS: Cluster Configuration Additional Manual Configuration


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If you want to write a charm, a good place to start is with the official documentation: https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/authors-intro.html Specifically in your case, you will need to add a requirement to your charm's metadata.yaml file to indicate that it needs to access the RabbitMQ interface of the rabbit charm. requires: amqp: interface: rabbitmq ...



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