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Unfortunately the way it is done for testing is plugging in usb sticks to all nodes. You have to get small ones so they clear the housing when it's closed.


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OP posted: It just wanted the IP not the full URL. Problem solved by entering 10.14.4.1 instead of 10.14.4.1/MAAS


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Currently the landscape autopilot (Release: 15.01) does not fully support an http_proxy setting. You will need to have direct internet access from all machines you are testing with. This answer has a good listing of the sites that you will need access to: How should I setup MAAS so that it can be used by the Canonical OpenStack Autopilot?


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I got the way of doing the same: Actually After listing the services I needed to click enter. Then it was listing log. After that I need to press ctrl + C. So that service is stopped. Now I can be able to press up arrow and can run the command to start the same.


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Unfortunately, the easiest for now is to access Landscape on the ip address given. You can use something like sshuttle or ssh -D to get access to an environment quite easily with almost no setup. If you need to create an external IP, the IP address you create needs to be accessible to all the nodes, and the outside.Then you can make a change to the ...


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If you can juggle servers, I would recommend building a new cloud and then figuring out how to migrate the content. A future version of the autopilot (thanks for the feedback :) will support building additional regions in the same cloud, so in future you could make the second region, which would I'm sure be able to migrate glance and cinder content between ...


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I needed to make certain that port 5240 was available between my desktop and the maas server. It was not open which caused the failure. After making port 5240 available it worked fine.


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If I understand you right, it seems like you have disabled Unity. I did the same in Ubuntu 15.04. If you can see your mouse, right-click to access the terminal, otherwise hit Ctrl+Alt+t. From there, enter the following in terminal: dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ then setsid unity I found this answer here. Hope it helps. P.S. To reboot, type sudo reboot ...


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I got passed this error with the pollinate command by modifying ~/.cloud-install/userdata.yaml There is a line that constructs arguments for the pollinate command including the proxy server. To this list I added '--insecure' so that when curl is called by the execution of the pollinate command it ignores the proxy server's self signed certificate.


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Thank you for raising this issue. To track status, please check the launchpad bug. Additionally, I am curious if you observe this with Juju 1.24.5? That is the current version available in the Juju stable ppa.


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Thanks for getting in touch. My name is James Wengraf and you can reach me on james.wengraf@canonical.com or 0044 207 630 2463 and I sit on the Cloud Platforms team at our HQ. In answer to your questions: No Yes Automated installation better route to go, for many reasons. Please refer to Ubuntu OpenStack Autopilot, which will automate the installation for ...


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We really appreciate contributions and we are happy to help guide developers toward a successful code merge. Unit test and Amulet test coverage are indeed going to help speed up the review process. I can confirm that the issue that you described is a known issue. We have merge proposals in flight to address those amulet test dependency issues ahead of the ...


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"Outage" is referring to the days left until Landscape thinks RAM or CPU is exhausted (which is likely invalid given a small sample size). If you want to see license information, click on View Licenses under the main account page, titled Standalone along the top of the page. Hope that helps you.


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1) It depends on whether you need that cluster to be open to the world. If that is the case, you can either make the switch your "uplink" (plug you r outside network into the switch), or you can set up the MAAS server as a proxy for the other machines. The simplest way to only connect your maas server to the outside world and make it a proxy for the ...



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