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The OpenStack Autopilot is built for server-class hardware. If you want to use NUCs you'll have to modify them to act like server-class hardware (add USB keys that act like second disks, add a USB NIC to one of them so it has two wired NICs to use for Neutron, etc). In terms of bootstrapping the orange box, you can use some helper scripts found at ...


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I'm going to append a slight bundle modification below that should get you up and running. sample: services: ubuntu: charm: "cs:trusty/ubuntu" num_units: 1 mysql: to: lxc:ubuntu=0 charm: "cs:precise/mysql-27" num_units: 1 annotations: "gui-x": "139" "gui-y": "168" wordpress: to : ...


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Landscape queries MAAS to determine which nodes have multiple network devices. Does MAAS show at least one of the nodes as having two or more MAC addresses connected to networks e.g. if you go on the node page, it should say something like 'AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF (on maas-eth1)' If your nodes are on a secondary network which is not MAAS managed, you will have to ...


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The issue you are running into is that MAAS requires authentication before it will return the node listing. MAAS normally authenticates API requests through OAuth, not HTTP Basic Authentication which is what curl -u uses by default for web URLs. Luckily, MAAS also provides a Python client library called apiclient which is included in the python-maas-client ...


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I think you need to backup the MAAS database (postgres), bits in /etc/maas/ as well as any custom templates or other changes you might have made in /var/lib/maas/. Sorry to be so vague, I did this upgrade a long time ago :)



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