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bigjoolsgmb: sorry dude, qa-bad. https://bugs.launchpad.net/maas/+bug/133840205:35
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1338402 in MAAS "Static IP range can be changed with no checks that it would exclude currently allocated IPs" [Critical,Fix committed]05:35
bigjoolswell, qa-almost-good would be more accurate :)05:36
bigjoolsgmb: also is this one actually in progress? https://bugs.launchpad.net/maas/+bug/131284405:38
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1312844 in MAAS "MAAS commissioning page shows distributions that are not available" [High,In progress]05:38
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gmbbigjools: That last one should be Fix Committed, I think. I’ll check.07:49
gmbWill check out the QA issue now.07:49
gmbbigjools: That’s very weird. The query clearly uses <= and >=…07:54
* gmb investigates07:54
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jtvgmb: the card about the find_nodegroup query not dealing with a mix of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses has your face on it, and has landed in the Archive.  But I don't see any fix to that query.  Do you know what happened?08:13
jtvIt went through Review and Done, but the code hasn't been touched for a month.  Did a branch disappear somehow?08:14
jtvOr did two cards get confused?08:14
gmbjtv: ISTR that in fact that card was a question masquerading as a statement (i.e. “Does that query handle mixed stuff? IDK…”) and that I wrote tests that prove that yes, it does. But I could be making that up.08:23
jtvAh.  And we got this overnight: http://paste.ubuntu.com/7769133/08:25
bigjoolsgmb: yeah it's odd - easy to recreate08:28
bigjoolsgmb: also the other bug has no branch on it so I was confused08:28
bigjoolsit was in the QA lane on the board08:28
gmbbigjools: Okay. Here’s a fix for the first issue: over-use of >= and <= :) https://code.launchpad.net/~gmb/maas/static-ip-sanity-checks/+merge/22607408:28
bigjoolsgmb: lol08:29
jtvI don't see any test on find_nodegroup with mixed IPv4/IPv6 addresses... only a scenario test that runs once for IPv4, once for IPv6.08:29
bigjoolsanyone fancy QAing the DB isolation level card?09:25
bigjoolsit's been there too long09:25
bigjoolswould like it OKed before release if you can09:25
bigjoolsjtv: ^ ?09:25
jtvI can try — will need to get my setup here working though.09:25
jtvAlthough it has stood up well in practice.09:26
jtvrharper basically QA'ed that one.09:26
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rvbaallenap: since you're working on the Celery removal… Not sure what your plan is but if you could move the power-related tasks over to twisted, that would be great.10:04
jake6abigjools: you there?11:05
jake6aAnybody know where should I run the "virsh" command for virtual machines/11:17
jake6aOn the virtual machine (node) or on the Maas (server)?11:17
rvbajake6a: on the MAAS server, you might find some interesting additional info on http://askubuntu.com/questions/292061/how-to-configure-maas-to-be-able-to-boot-virtual-machines11:20
jtvThanks for the review, gmb.12:52
breze411Could anyone tell me how to log in to maas nodes physical console ? I need to stop networking to configure nic bonding but cannot figure what login to use for the console13:28
breze411This is actually for maas nodes used by the juju13:30
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roadmrcan maas be deployed using juju? or is that too "chicken-and-egg"?16:51
rbasakroadmr: chicken and egg. But it has been considered. I still want to try and make it work one day.17:44
rbasakIt's be nice to be able to scale HA MAAS with Juju. But no, not possible right now.17:45
roadmrrbasak: ok, makes sense. So the easiest way to deploy maas is to just manually install ubuntu server, then apt-get install maas, right?17:45
rbasakroadmr: right. Or for MAAS + OpenStack on top of it, look at the cloud-installer package17:46
roadmrrbasak: oh I'll look at that! I've usually just installed maas, then juju deployed all the openstack charms one by one. Will look at cloud-installer though!17:47
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sp2940i'm getting the error "One or more MAC addresses is invalid"; the node powers up and commissions fine -- get the maas login screen fine -- but then after about 30 seconds prints this error and powers off the server. I looked at the Python source and got a better idea of what's going on. Does anyone have any experience with this issue? Causes/remedies? Happens in both 12.04.4 LTS and 14.04 LTS.20:21
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sp2940still getting the "One or more MAC addresses is invalid"... Best I can guess is that something is conflicting with the dhcp server on the maas control node.23:23

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