metsukehey all, we just set up maas with a bunch of nodes successfully pxe booting.  The nodes come up and I can see them in netstat, but they don't appear in the dashboard.  Is there a particular log I should be looking at to see why they aren't appearing?00:25
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ionutbalutoiuHello, a dev environment for MAAS (https://maas.ubuntu.com/docs/hacking.html) can be done on trusty ?13:38
kikoionutbalutoiu, well, it depends13:44
kikoionutbalutoiu, 1.9 is the last version of MAAS that will run on Trusty13:45
kikoif you are looking to do a bugfix against 1.9, trusty should be fine13:45
kikoif you are looking at feature development, trunk is now based against xenial13:45
kikoso that may be the saner longer-term choice13:45
ionutbalutoiuThank-you, kiko, I'll be going with xenial, as I need to submit a patch for trunk13:46
kikoionutbalutoiu, you can work in a xenial container running on trusty, incidentally13:46
mupBug #1522790 changed: MAAS API needs to provide a way to discover which is the default space <MAAS:Invalid> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1522790>13:49
ionutbalutoiuI have another question guys. I'm willing to submit a power driver for Ravello Virtual Machines. But this has a python dependecy "ravello-sdk" (https://github.com/ravello/python-sdk) which is pip installable. Will this have any problem getting merged ?13:53
ionutbalutoiuI noticed that the VMware driver has a notification to install a dependency from apt before you can use the driver. Wanted to do the same to notify the user to do a "pip install ravello-sdk". Is that ok ? Or it must be from apt.13:54
ionutbalutoiusee: https://bugs.launchpad.net/maas/+bug/154421113:54
roaksoaxwin 414:03
roaksoaxionutbalutoiu: it is14:04
roaksoaxionutbalutoiu: the python package at least needs to be in the Ubuntu archive14:04
QCCkiko, this is Quentin from Caringo.  Are you in the central time zone?14:11
roaksoaxQCC: Hi Quentin. THis is Andres from Canonical. Kiko is based in Brasil, so I think he is in Sau Paulo tz14:18
QCCGood morning Andres.  tks for that.  What is your TZ?  I'm CST6CDT14:42
roaksoaxQCC: I'm on EST14:48
mupBug #1273382 changed: should be able to set default arch for unknown hardware <hwcert-server> <MAAS:Fix Released> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1273382>15:55
mupBug #1273382 opened: should be able to set default arch for unknown hardware <hwcert-server> <MAAS:Fix Released> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1273382>15:58
mupBug # changed: 1273382, 1305907, 1473473, 1490865, 1510334, 151161016:07
mupBug # opened: 1305907, 1473473, 1490865, 1510334, 151161016:10
mupBug # changed: 1305907, 1473473, 1490865, 1510334, 151161016:16
Razvais there any way to tail a juju deployment via autopilot? I cannot really find any logs of the ingoing installation...18:46
mupBug #1547185 opened: backtrace in node.create_bcache <kanban-cross-team> <landscape> <MAAS:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1547185>19:25
mupBug #1547185 changed: backtrace in node.create_bcache <kanban-cross-team> <landscape> <MAAS:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1547185>19:28
mupBug #1547185 opened: backtrace in node.create_bcache <kanban-cross-team> <landscape> <MAAS:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1547185>19:31
metsukeSo my maas dashboard does not see any of the nodes that booted via pxe.  Where should I be looking for this issue?19:43
Lyncos1After upgrading to 1.9  It seems that regiond cannot sync my custom images.. is it a known bug ? I didn't find much19:52
Razvametsuke dhcp logs, tcpdump. did your machines connected to the maas-dhcp?19:56
Lyncos1I can't see why this happening... I don't see any errors in the logs20:01
Lyncos1If I delete that custom image.... the cluster come back in sync.. when I re import it .. it become out of sync.. but I see no errors in the logs20:09

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