I’m running MAAS (MAAS version: 2.9.1 (9153-g.66318f531)) on a XCP-ng VM. I can access dashboard and everything appears to work there.
May be related : cloud-init: Did not find any data sources
It appears they had same error, something to do with LXC. Don’t know if this applies to xcp-ng.
I’m stuck at the next stage, which is provisioning a bare metal machine or a VM created on XCP-ng.
All attempts are made using ga-20.04 LTS kernel.
On the Bare Metal (Dell R415):
Settings in MAAS: provided MAC address, provided iDRAC6 address, user name, password, ip.
I can’t get it to start an install. MAAS boots up the server, but then it goes to “No bootable devices found”. I tried to press PXE Boot during start up on the bare metal, and it didn’t change a thing.
On the VM:
Settings in MAAS : provided MAC address, power type “manual”.
It would start the install, get to the very last stage of cloud-init and fail, it skims pretty fast but from what I could see, it couldn’t start openssh. If I press “enter” on the console, it loads up login on the command line. I cannot ssh into it though.
This is where I think some of the issue may lie:
Local network 10.0.0.0/24, Gateway 10.0.0.1 (my router)
I have enabled DHCP on MAAS and created a IP reservation range. (10.0.0.100-10.0.0.150)
I’m wondering if it’s because I haven’t separated out my networks and running everything on my home network.
Any tips or information I can provide to get this working? I was really hoping to try running openstack &/or kubernetes with Juju + MAAS.