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Jan
27
answered Installing Ubuntu Openstack unable to add hardware
Jan
26
comment Node Enlistment for the Canonical Distribution of Ubuntu Openstack
Can MAAS turn the node on and off? In other words, have you configured the power aspect correctly? But even without that, if you boot the node up manually, and with pxe boot selected first, it should boot off MAAS, and MAAS should list it. So what happens when you turn the node on manually and have it PXE boot?
Jan
22
answered How do I install Landscape on an existing server?
Jan
9
answered Certificate issues when using Landscape python API.
Jan
5
answered 14.04 LTS openstack install fails on multi-node installations
Dec
27
answered juju deploy fails with “lookup store.juju.ubuntu.com: no such host”
Dec
27
comment How to add a new vnode with Juju 1.20.13 in a environment
To "reserve" a specific MAAS node for your juju environment, I think the best practice is to use this syntax: juju add-machine <env-name>:<node-hostname>. For example, in your case, it would be "juju add-machine maas:CloudMaaSRCNode1.maas". That being said, the only reason to do this is when you know you will need a specific machine beforehand. Normally you would just juju deploy services and juju would pick a machine from the environment at random, if no constraints were speficied.
Dec
11
comment How to add a new vnode with Juju 1.20.13 in a environment
You didn't say anything about the node name, it also has to match CloudMaaSRCNode1.maas, in the case of your error message from earlier.
Dec
8
answered How to add a new vnode with Juju 1.20.13 in a environment
Dec
1
comment problem with juju on Ubuntu Openstack - Canonical Distribution
Try bootstrapping on MAAS with juju directly, without the cloud installer. That has to work before the cloud installer can be tried.
Nov
27
awarded  Yearling
Nov
26
comment The “OpenStack” package ignores system-wide network proxy settings
Just to be clear, you are talking about the Cloud Installer, and not the OpenStack Autopilot, right? OSA is the one inside Landscape.
Nov
25
comment openstack-install stuck after aborted install
bugs.launchpad.net/cloud-installer
Nov
24
answered openstack-install stuck after aborted install
Nov
22
awarded  Critic
Nov
22
comment How to Install Juno Openstack
Landscape has "10+10" seats, that is, 10 seats for bare metal machines, and 10 seats for virtual machines, which include containers.
Nov
21
answered Where to install Juju
Nov
21
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
20
answered How to Install Juno Openstack
Nov
18
revised How do I install Landscape for personal use?
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