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I tried to build an openstack deployment from scratch starting with 7 physical servers and Ubuntu 16.04. I've had no issues using 14.04 on the same setup.

After the initial setup in MAAS 2.0 beta3 (which is substantially different than 1.99) I had my machines in a ready state, installed openstack with apt-get. When I go to run openstack-install, it complains that I don't have openstack installed, when I try to apt-get openstack again, it shows that I already have the most up to date version.

Is there something I'm missing?

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Not yet, you'll want to follow this bug for status of MAAS 2.0 and Juju 2.0 https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju-core/+bug/1564577

As for OpenStack on 16.04 you'll want to do:

sudo apt install conjure-up
conjure-up openstack
  • which is the situation now? is it possible to deploy Openstack Autopilot on MAAS 2.0 and JUJU 2.0? thanks – Riccardo Magrini Dec 27 '16 at 15:03
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finally that is arrived: official guide

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