I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.5.2 is now available.
MAAS 2.5.2 is currently available for testing in ppa:maas/proposed for Bionic:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maas/proposed
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install maas
NOTE: Please note that after one or two weeks, this will replace MAAS 2.5.1 in ppa:maas/stable.
MAAS 2.5.2 introduces an important fix that address an issue where MAAS would create StaticIPAddress records with a NULL ip address. This was caused by DHCP updates (from a MAAS managed DHCP) not correctly updating the correct DB record, and instead, creating these new StaticIPAddress records.
As part of the fixes, a migration has been introduced to clean-up these NULL records to increase performance. If you encounter an issue in the upgrade process, please do file a bug report and comment on this post to investigate.
Relevant bug reports are: #1816452, #1817056 and #1817305.
Issue fixed in this release
|#1815091||restore-storage-configuration fails when a raid device is part of a bcache|
|#1816452||[2.5, websockets, performance] Loading network related page, such as ‘interfaces’ or ‘add device’ takes too long|
|#1817056||[2.5] StaticIPAddress records with NULL ip keeps adding up|
|#1818132||[2.6, master] Upgrading fails 0182_remove_duplicate_null_ips migration|
|#1809321||[2.5, snap] No support for ‘config --database-port’ in the snap|
|#1811389||[2.5, UI] Setting resource pool for a pod doesn’t work|
|#1811662||[2.5, UI] Pod core counts are inconsistent|
|#1814126||[2.5, UI, regression] Cannot update the domain of a controller over the ui|
|#1814623||Redfish power type single machines should not need power parameter ‘node_id’|
|#1817305||Remove duplicate null ip records for the same interface and subnet|
|#1707562||[2.2] no way to specify testing_scripts on machine creation|
|#1816651||Exception: get() returned more than one StaticIPAddress – it returned 2!|
For more information, please visit https://launchpad.net/maas/+milestone/2.5.2