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The first time a container is created, per environment, a somewhat large image download happens (a few hundred megabytes). Depending on your connection, it can take a while. After that, if new containers of the same ubuntu series are created in that environment, a cloning process is used and that's much faster than downloading an image. That's why it was ...


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Apparently the issue was not enough time. Solved after adding bootstrap-timeout: 1800 to .juju/environments.yaml file.


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If you're asking if the MAAS server counts as one of the 5 servers required to use Autopilot, you're correct. 1. You can't add maas as a node as far as I am aware. Autopilot is meant to build the stack in an automated way, if you're capable of adding maas, you'll be doing it against the will of autopilot. Additionally, your landscape server will not be ...


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Here is the official guide. If you have issues, please post a new question here with specifically what went wrong. http://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/install-openstack-with-autopilot


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You 'external' connection should be set by using... sudo dpkg-reconfigure maas-cluster-controller Your 'internal' connection should be set using... sudo dpkg-reconfigure maas-region-controller Whatever you set your internal to, is the network that your nodes should exist within. You shouldn't have to add any mac addresses, aslong as PXE is enabled on ...


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The first network configuration is pretty clear. The /etc/network/interfaces file is familiar to everyone and of course IP forwarding through iptables is need while using MAAS, to provide internet to nodes that are being managed by MAAS. The second configuration other than the DNS part and the br0 part is understandable. The DNS part is to actually make the ...


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Both configurations are pretty much the same with some nuances. iface lo inet loopback dns-nameservers 127.0.0.1 pre-up iptables-restore < /etc/network/iptables.rules This configuration will guarantee that even if your eth0 cable is off while booting, you will still have a DNS resolver and firewall rules set (it's difficult to get rid of loopback ...


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There isn’t a single guide to point you towards, mainly due to the size of the project and subsequent ways it can be tailored for an individual’s needs. The question itself spans four different software projects and multiple fields of technology including networking, virtualisation and storage configuration. The most basic of guides can be found on ...


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You should be able to find the recenly installed packages in your local cache: /var/cache/apt/archive you can backup them from there in a directory and use dpkg -i PACKAGENAME.deb to install them.



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