Comments on MAAS & Juju docs
sherman.boyd at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 19:33:20 UTC 2012
So I followed the MAAS docs, and even have what seems to be a provisioned
machine. But how do I log in to it? The docs have good step by step, but
are short on describing the big picture.
Has some errors. The .juju/environments.yaml file is quite finicky, it
would be good to add a warning that it's whitespace sensitive and requires
the port number for 'maas-server'. Also:
Didn't work for me. But:
did. I'm also getting the strong impression that juju/maas relies on DNS,
but it's not clear how I should set that up:
2012-06-04 14:11:57,489 INFO Connecting to environment...
2012-06-04 14:11:57,896 ERROR Invalid host for SSH forwarding: ssh: Could
not resolve hostname chromeomagnon.red.internal: Name or service not known
I thought maybe MAAS would be serving up the hostnames with dnsmasq.
resolv.conf is pointing to 127.0.0.1, but even when I set the DNS server
to use dnsmasq I still get the error above. Strange because I can ping the
So three questions at this point. 1) How do I log in to the provisioned
servers? (Should I have set up an SSH key in preferences?) 2) How do
I re-provision a server in MAAS or change the hostname once it is running?
3) How do I fully scrap MAAS and start over, or prepare for a clean
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