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The nodes are set up with your user's ssh key do a juju ssh 0 to ssh to the bootstrap node.


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Run this command on both landscape/0 and landscape-msg/0: sudo lsctl status Looks like the landscape services are down. Or at least the path from apache to them, which looks like this: apache ---> haproxy ---> backend services (app, msg, ping, etc)


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From your 2nd attempt paste, looks like you hit https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju-core/+bug/1425435. Can you try upgrading your python-jujuclient package to the version in this PPA and see if it fixes your problem? https://launchpad.net/~ahasenack/+archive/ubuntu/python-jujuclient


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I thought I would share the answer I found, thanks to this excellent post: http://www.travnewmatic.com/2015/02/ubuntu-maas-maas-image-builder-centos-6.html Once CentOS images are generated one should import them using the api after login: maas root boot-resources create name=centos/centos6 title="CentOS-6" architecture=amd64/generic ...


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I've resolved that added the second vnic on vnode where Landscape requests. After to complete all its requests (green status) the installation of openstack-autopilot is going head without problem. and Juju deployed all charms in right way.


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You can ssh to each node as ubuntu@ip using the ssh-rsa key you installed or generated during setup of MaaS


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did you try juju destroy-machine --force? To debug what happened when running the hook, try juju debug-log, or juju ssh ceph/0 (or whatever the failing unit is), then look in /var/log/juju for a log file named after the service, that will show exactly why the hook failed.


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According to this bug report, the downloading progress feature was added since MAAS 1.7.0. However, if you use Ubuntu Trusty, the current MAAS version is 1.5.x. You may try to use the newer version MAAS of PPAs of maas maintainers . For example, you may try Experimental PPA, dailybuild PPA, or Stable PPA. If you have any problem to use PPAs, please let me ...


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What is a machine in Juju? What a machine is, is context-sensitive. A machine is an instance of the provider. If you're using digitalocean as your provider, a machine will be a digitalocean VPS. If you're using the local provider, it will be an LXC container. Or in your case, you're using MAAS as a provider, it is a MAAS machine (a VM in your case). Why ...


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You install Juju on your machine, the client. If you follow the instructions here you should be ready to go https://jujucharms.com/docs/#introduction


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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've found this solution Landscape OpenStack Installation Requirements Checklist changed the bus disk from virtio in IDE on virt-manager for each vnode I've resolved that. Now all Checklist are green


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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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I had this question myself and newell from the IRC channel helped me out in realising that the PPA was missing, but this might not be your case. These steps will help you get the update without compromising your other packages (please read the answers to the linked questions, they might be useful to your case and needs). You should check if there are any ...


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I contacted the seller, Conceptronic, and they said this specific device is a dump switch and cannot have the protocol changed or tweaked.


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FWIW, the new MAAS 1.7 image download process is much smoother, and you should have fewer issues installing the node. You can grab it from this PPA: https://launchpad.net/~maas-maintainers/+archive/ubuntu/stable


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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 have exactly the same problem, juju boostrapping is stuck. I tried to change the locale setting, but nothing helped. here is what I did: check your settings locale temporary fix export LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8 export LANG=en_US.UTF-8 export LANGUAGE=en_US.UTF-8 export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 locale-gen en_US.UTF-8 make it permanent nano ...


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I looked at http://marsweather.ingenology.com/ and found this example curl -X GET http://marsweather.ingenology.com/v1/latest/ plus other shell code using "curl". I think that will get you started. You still need to have tools to deal with JSON, but that seems out of scope for this question.


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The first clue to the answer lies in the log /var/log/maas/pserv.log on the cluster-controller. The problem was essentially an authentication failure. 2015-02-02 20:36:57+0900 [Uninitialized] ClusterClient connection established (HOST:IPv4Address(TCP, '172.16.10.3', 46209) PEER:IPv4Address(TCP, u'172.16.10. 1', 39492)) 2015-02-02 20:36:57+0900 ...


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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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make sure you don't have any dhcp server on eth0, either by disabling the dhcp, or configuring in an isolated network environment before you pick an interface to deploy maas on with dhcp enabled



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