[ANN] juju-core 1.9.9 has been released

Antonio Rosales antonio.rosales at canonical.com
Thu Feb 28 08:18:08 UTC 2013

Sharing some of my notes from getting Go Juju set up.

cp ~/.juju/environments.yaml environments.yaml-working-bkup ~/
(just in case)

sudo apt-get remove juju
(if you previously had Python version of Juju installed)

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gophers/go

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install juju-core

remember to remove "juju-orgin:ppa" from your environment.yaml file for AWS.

new in Go Juju is to create a template environment.yaml:
 juju generate-config

juju deploy away on AWS. If you find any bugs be sure to submit them at:

Note deploying on HP Cloud has an issue with the control bucket, but I
hear it should be resolved in 1.9.10

reference links:

Antonio Rosales
Ubuntu Server & Cloud Workloads
Canonical Ltd

On 02/23/2013 11:11 PM, David Cheney wrote:
> juju-core 1.9.9
> ===============
> A new release of Juju, juju-core 1.9.9, is now available for testing.
> Getting Juju
> ------------
> juju-core 1.9.9 is available from the Gophers PPA
> https://code.launchpad.net/~gophers/+archive/go
> New and Notable
> ---------------
> * destroy-machine (terminate-machine) is now implemented.
> * improvements to the OpenStack provider.
> Configuration changes
> ---------------------
> nil
> Known bugs and limitations
> --------------------------
> As this is an early release of Juju in Go there are a number of features
> which are still to be implemented. A non exhaustive list of known issues
> is as follows.
> * Most types of relations are supported, but are not displayed in juju
> status. #1073966
> * The juju-core package currently cannot be installed in parallel with
> juju 0.5/0.6 due to conflicting ownership of /usr/bin/juju (and others).
> This may be mitigated in the future with alternatives. The current
> workaround is to remove the juju 0.5/0.6 package before installing
> juju-core 1.9.9.
> * Constraints are not yet implemented. #1027873
> As an unstable release we do not yet guarantee a clean upgrade path of
> running environments from on 1.9.x version to another. However,
> live-upgrades may work now, and will be a supported feature of 2.0.
> We encourage everyone to subscribe the mailing list at
> juju-dev at lists.canonical.com, or join us on #juju-dev on freenode.
> Dave Cheney
> On behalf of the Juju team
> https://launchpad.net/juju-core

Antonio Rosales
Ubuntu Server & Cloud Workloads
Canonical Ltd

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