Juju newbie questions

Robbie Williamson robbie at ubuntu.com
Fri Jun 22 14:53:34 UTC 2012

(cross-posting to main juju list)

On 06/22/2012 03:44 AM, Thomas Leonard wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm evaluating Juju as a way to deploy and manage some of our services.
> From the About page, it sounds like just what we're looking for. I read
> quite a bit of the documentation and made a test installation, but I
> have a few questions:
> - I deployed using the "local" LXC type (using Juju from 12.04). This
> uses virbr0, which means the services aren't accessible from other
> machines. Is there a way to change this? I had a look at the code, but
> it was also hard-coding 192.168.122 in various places.
> - Juju doesn't say much about security. I found an interesting issue.
> Can security bugs be discussed here on the list, or should they be
> reported privately?
We prefer you report them via our launchpad tool. Assuming you are
running 12.04 (Precise Pangolin), you can open a bug here:
After filling in the description, there is a section where you can
change the bug from "Public" to "Embargoed Security" (right above the
Submit button).  This will keep the info open to only you and our juju
development and security teams.

> - From skimming the list archives and checking out bzr, it seems that
> Juju is being re-written in Go. How complete is this? Should I be
> testing using that version? Will charms be compatible with the new system?
> Thanks,

Robbie Williamson <robbie at ubuntu.com>

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