Can't bootstrap a Juju controller

I’m trying to deploy Openstack on several MAAS nodes using Juju, following the instructions in the Charm Deployment Guide on the Openstack site. I have 5 nodes commissioned, and I’m to the point of creating the Juju controller. I have one of the nodes tagged with ‘juju’, and I’m using this command:

$ juju bootstrap --bootstrap-series=jammy --constraints tags=juju maas-one maas-controller
Creating Juju controller "maas-controller" on maas-one/default
Looking for packaged Juju agent version 2.9.38 for amd64
Located Juju agent version 2.9.38-ubuntu-amd64 at
Launching controller instance(s) on maas-one/default...
- c4ww6f (arch=amd64 mem=258G cores=48)
Installing Juju agent on bootstrap instance
Fetching Juju Dashboard 0.8.1

I can see the node boot up on my MAAS web site. It sits there for about 15 minutes, and then it turns off and I get this error in my Terminal window:

ERROR failed to bootstrap model: bootstrap instance started but did not change to Deployed state: instance "c4ww6f" is started but not deployed

Any ideas?

@rainwadj, i’d recommend cross-posting this on the juju discourse site. nothing obvious jumps out at me MAAS-wise. also, could you specify which version of MAAS you’re using?