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I had more time to investigate and run some tests. I can't see how this code has been in the wild for years. Are we missing something? Not only have the errors I posted about above been in the wild for years, but I think there is a logic bug as well. Is there a scenario where enable_configsvr and enable_mongos are called? They are both in an if block that ...


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For me it was a dnssec issue. Look at this and see if this helps: I am able to get rid of the message by commenting the dnssec-validation auto; and adding dnssec-enable no; dnssec-validation no; below it. On Ubuntu/Debian, the named.conf is located in /etc/bind/named.conf.options file. ...


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You'll want to run the installer with --edit-placement $ sudo openstack-install --edit-placement From there the placement screen will be displayed once bootstrap is complete and let you define what machines has which services and allow you to place them either on bare metal, kvm, or lxc.


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I don't know what you mean by "I would like to add a new network to a connection to one of the existing network nodes". You can access the inner juju environment directly, and then use juju to add nodes, outside of autopilot. It's not supported, but should work for compute and storage nodes. Not sure about the rest, really depends on what you want to do. ...


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The key you are entering in the preferences page is the key that will be added by juju to each of the units it creates. Therefore, you do not need to explicitly log into each unit and add the the key, as juju has done for you. The documentation is correct, even if it does not read well. I agree it should be updated to be more explicit.


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The Autopilot will pick any machine with two connected NICs for bootstrap and neutron-gateway. There is no other way to direct placement in Autopilot for now.


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Adding neutron-api and neutron-openvswitch charms - followed by reboot of cloud controller and rabbit servers - did the trick. (There is a new problem, i.e., Error: Unable to retrieve security groups; however, will open a separate thread on that.)


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Conrad, I haven't yet ran the test with the corrections I commented on above but it might also solve the log file issue you mentioned most recently. Juju is still very valuable. I'm hoping my bug catch fixes the problem we are experiencing and allows us to deploy our sharded mongo cluster correctly. With Juju, we'll be able to scale horizontally very ...


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I am surprised most people have not encountered this problem. I installed juju-gui so that I can monitor my services visually. I noticed that the file path to the (--dbpath-/mnt/var/lib/mongodb/configsvr and log path /mnt/var/log/mongodb/configsvr.log) configuration did not exist on my machine so I tried to create the path by ssh into the machines but this ...


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I found one bug in in the mongodb charm's hooks.py script. On line 1053, we see a call to enable_configuresvr function: enable_configsvr(config_data['config_server_port']) However, enable_configuresvr's function parameter list does not match: def enable_configsvr(config_data, wait_for=default_wait_for, max_tries=default_max_tries): The ...


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Just set the Time zone to UTC, and bootstrap it again, it works.


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I had same error check your time zone and set all to UTC, after installation you can return it back in any local time zone


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The next step is force node to commissioning, you can find Node pages as actions, it will power on the servers and commission it and power it off again. after you install any service on that node it will power-on and ....


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Try this: wget -c https://streams.canonical.com/juju/tools/releases/juju-1.20.11-trusty-amd64.tgz sudo mkdir -p /var/www/html/juju-metadata/tools/releases mv juju-1.20.11-trusty-amd64.tgz /var/www/html/juju-metadata/tools/releases sudo juju --debug metadata generate-tools -d /var/www/html/juju-metadata sudo chmod 644 ...


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You can start simple, install juju in the same server where you have MaaS. What you want now is to get the latest juju from the ppa: apt-get install python-software-properties sudo add-apt-repository ppa:juju/stable sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install juju-core Now the juju configuration: juju generate-config Follow the documentation ...


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The text quoted in the comment shows that at least the documentation is non-free. The Launchpad page for MAAS, which seems to be the most detailed source, says on 2015-05-21 GNU Affero GPL v3, Other/Proprietary (temporary) ... This project’s licence is proprietary. So it seems that MAAS is at least partially under a proprietary licence. It's hard to find ...


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Conrad, I'm having the exact same problem when deploying a sharded mongo cluster with Juju. I've read through the log files and what stands out to me is that there are no pid files for mongos or configsvr on their respective nodes when the relationship between them is triggered: unit-configsvr-0[29422]: 2015-05-19 20:11:32 INFO unit.configsvr/0.juju-log ...


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Until you have option to add windows as custom image to your cluster you have another solution: 1) There is a charm "virtme" which can provide VM services 2) You can have Windows on those VMs https://javacruft.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/virtme/ MIXING PHYSICAL AND VIRTUAL SERVERS WITH JUJU AND MAAS


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Assuming that you are experiencing an issue related with proxy authentication, Here is a simple way to set proxy authentication in Ubuntu: Here is a link to a python program named UBPROXY . Given below are the steps to set proxy Authentication. http://code.google.com/p/ubproxy/downloads/detail?name=ubproxy command to use-> 1.download this program. ...


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MaaS server NIC1 <------> switch1 (connected to Internet) Nodes ilo ports <------> switch2 (not connected to Internet) MaaS server NIC2 <-----> switch2 This is the main concept if you want to separate the management traffic from regular public traffic, but there is more to it than just this simple connection.


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I will divide your question in two parts: Is it possible to have a Windows Server as a MAAS node? Yes, as this is FLOSS (Free/Libre Open Source Software) anything is possible as long as you find enough people willing to develop something. In the near future? Yes, MAAS can provision Windows Server 2012 RT/Hyper-V since 2014...


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I did find a workaround. Rather then doing a "deploy --config ... -n 3 ceph ..." I did "juju machine add --constraints ..." This deployed the machine and installed the juju client software on the machine. I could then go in and add the "ifup ethx" lines to /etc/network/interfaces and "ifup" the interfaces. Then I could do my deploy one machine at a ...


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the 3 nodes fail in the same manner while being comissioned. So when you used a proxy and 2 NIC on your Maas Server you HAVE TO set iptables rules !! For me it was: eth0 internet eth1 private network iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE and after that My nodes was able to have "Node changed status — From 'Commissioning' to 'Ready'"


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please see the following answer, I believe it's exactly what you are looking for: Add node to existing landscape openstack


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The issue was that, as I was set up, my MaaS server did not have an APT cache. Because there was not a cache, it did not have the libraries needed to recognize IPMI. Once I connected the MaaS server to the net, it had access to the libs and worked correctly. My next move is to create a apt cache on the server.


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It was my fail in configuration steps of MaaS. I've resolved that.


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It was a problem with my network, I've resolved that.


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I've resolved that installed MaaS directly using an Ubuntu ISO clear and from boot selected MaaS.


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I just add "dns-nameservers" and "dns-search" to /etc/network/interface, after restart it got synced: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.110.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 network 192.168.110.0 broadcast 192.168.110.255 dns-nameservers 10.196.?.? 192.168.110.2 dns-search 10.196.?.? ...


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MAAS currently does not support this feature. We are actively working on the ability for MAAS to perform this operation. This is a key feature in MAAS 1.9 and will be released with Ubuntu 15.10.


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The import operating is dependent on the version of MAAS that you are using. I would recommend using version 1.7 or higher. In version 1.7 starting the images import can be done on the images page or using the API. maas root boot-resources import The error you are seeing is because MAAS is unable to reach maas.ubuntu.com to download the images. Check your ...


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At the moment MAAS does not support this ability. We are working towards this feature in MAAS 1.9, which will be released with Ubuntu 15.10.


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MAAS will be on its own node, and most people usually run the installer from the MAAS machine. You'll still need 7 machines as stated in the requirements section from that document.


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The actual command that performs this operation is built into curtin in the partitioning_commands. Curtin by default will call "curtin block-meta simple". The command searches for a disk to perform the installation on, the error you are seeing is because your system has no disks that curtin can install to. Make sure that the system you are deploying to has a ...



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