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The Canonical Distribution of Ubuntu OpenStack is based on the same packages Ubuntu OpenStack is, but is deployed as a standard reference architecture using Landscape automation (we call this the OpenStack Autopilot), and is a brand associated with using Ubuntu technologies within Canonical's best practices. One thing is building an Ubuntu OpenStack using ...


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I will answer my own post again. The problem was that the maas nodes didn't have network connectivity. I have turned maas controller into a gateway/router edited resolv.conf on every node and when I got internet connectivity through the maas controller and host resolution charms installed without a problem. I would recommend everyone who faces this problem ...


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I'm not sure about all the downloads that you are seeing but at least lxc images are retrieved over HTTPS so will not be cacheable. See: https://www.mail-archive.com/juju@lists.ubuntu.com/msg01303.html


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Problem resolved. If you ssh to a server and your keyboard layout is not the same as the language settings on the server juju fails to bootstrap the system. I have changed my layout to en_US and bootstrapping worked fine. It's the similar problem when you install postgresql where it fails to install if you don't have the same keyboard layout language as the ...


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Something like this will give you 5 floating ips to choose from, increase seq if you need more neutron net-create --router:external=True --shared ext-net neutron subnet-create --name ext-subnet --gateway 10.0.3.1 --allocation-pool start=10.0.3.200,end=10.0.3.254 --disable-dhcp ext-net 10.0.3.0/24 # create vm network neutron net-create ubuntu-net # if no ...


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Same issue here... I installed 2 days ago and everything was fine until I get a message today saying that there is no boot image available (but they were downloaded back then...) I thought it was a misconfiguration so I reinstalled everything, and I get the same issue. I guess next time I will install a local proxy... there might be an issue currently ...


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I have a similar setup, and let me suggest to your configuration: Reduce the amount of RAM assigned to MAAS, around 2GB will be enough. Add another ceph node, this will help you to demonstrate resilience when using ceph and 1 node goes down. Overcommit in CPU isn't that bad, but you don't want to overcommit in memory, because the system will start swapping ...


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OpenContrail Juju charms are under development here: https://jujucharms.com/q/contrail/robert-ayres With a Juju Deployer config here: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~robert-ayres/+junk/contrail-deployer/view/head:/juju-deployer/contrail.yaml These charms can be used to deploy OpenContrail today. Although speaking as the author of these charms, they ...


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If you have MAAS 1.7 and juju already installed, you can go ahead and install Landscape and try out the OpenStack Autopilot: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-ubuntu-openstack This guide includes instructions on how to install MAAS too, which you seem to already have. Just make sure you have the right versions. Hope this helps.


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From OP's second comment; I resolved the problem with re-installing MaaS via the Ubuntu ISO, without using the CLI.


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The installer sets apt-http-proxy to whatever your MAAS server IP is for an existing MAAS installation. So whenever juju deploys any services which require apt-get installs it'll pull from that proxy.



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