MAAS 2.3.4 released!

Hello MAASters!

I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.3.4 is now available.

MAAS 2.3.4 will be SRU’d into Ubuntu Bionic in the coming weeks, but it will be available in the PPA. For more details please see below:

PPA’s Availability

MAAS 2.3.4 is currently available in ppa:maas/stable for Bionic:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maas/stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install maas

Issues & enhancements fixed in this release

A list of issues fixed in this release are available in the 2.3.4 milestone. A summary of bugs available here:

  • LP: #1774058 - [2.4] Creating bcache partitions fails in some situations
  • LP: #1740442 - [2.2+] MD raid doesn’t install grub on both disks
  • LP: #1740925 - centos cannot boot UEFI
  • LP: #1755060 - [2.3] Cannot download multiple test results with API/CLI client
  • LP: #1768659 - [2.3+] Testing Fails due to Power Issue with Manual Power Type
  • LP: #1779712 - [enhancement] maas-proxy port should be configurable
  • LP: #1749210 - node powered off after reboot from rescue mode
  • LP: #1778710 - [2.3] Allow telling MAAS image import to not use proxy.

Known issues and work arounds

It has been reported that after the upgrade from older version, the built-in MAAS proxy port was not set. For more information please refer to

While we are working to address the issue, you can work around the issue by manually setting the port:

maas < user > maas set-config name=maas_proxy_port value=8000