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I'm trying to deploy an Ubuntu Openstack Setup with Autopilot. Following the official instructions (https://www.ubuntu.com/download/cloud/autopilot), I've setup a MAAS Server and made PXE Booting working and can deploy a vanilla ubuntu in a VM.

But following the tutorial, in step six after commissioning a VM dedicated for JuJu I should deploy it with conjure up from the terminal with this command conjure-up --bootstrap-to <hostname>. But this process "fails" sort of.

The conjure-up command does nothing on the MAAS Server apart from running apt update and installing curl and a few other tools, while the Juju Controller VM sits around idleing

MAAS Controller Screenshot

JUJU VM Screenshot

I'd appreciate any help or suggestions regarding my errors. Thank You!

  • Does MAAS power on/off those vm's without you needing to do it manually? – battlemidget Apr 17 '17 at 18:38
  • No, it's manual. The developer informed me, that the VM needs to be started automatically, otherwise timing might be off and error occur – Nicolai Schmid Apr 18 '17 at 20:55
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VM needs to be powered on automatically be MAAS

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