ejat<ejat> i just tried the canonical-kubernetes-elasticsearch bundle08:21
ejat<ejat> got error at the elasticsearch08:21
ejat<ejat> https://paste.ubuntu.com/26408473/08:21
ejat<ejat> log from elasticsearch/008:21
ejat<ejat> in trusty only have jdk 7 in repo?08:21
ejat<ejat> then when i tried manually install openjdk 8 n set it as default java ,08:21
ejat<ejat> get this:08:21
ejat<ejat> sg: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM warning: INFO: os::commit_memory(0x0000000085330000, 2060255232, 0) failed; error='Cannot allocate memory' (errno=12)08:21
ejatanyone tried n working?08:21
kjackal_botHello, we are behind a proxy and when doing juju deploy ssl authentication is failing11:56
kjackal_botis there a way to bypass this?11:56
tylerderosagrundHi all I need some help! I am trying to bootstrap juju on a openstack cloud and I am getting ERROR fetching hosted model spaces: subnet exist. What flags can I use to fix this?16:45
tylerderosagrundTried searching through the docs but nothing is really clear16:48
kwmonroeadmcleod: does ^ that ring any bells?16:49
kwmonroetylerderosagrund: i haven't run into that, but i'm also a simple man and don't get too fancy with bootstrapping.  it might help if you could pastebin the output of your juju bootstrap command, preferably with  the --debug flag.16:51
tylerderosagrundRight on let me do that real fast.16:52
admcleodkwmonroe: hmm nope16:53
admcleodtylerderosagrund: you may also want to ask in #openstack-charms16:53
tylerderosagrundAh didnt know that channel existed16:54
tylerderosagrundI'll ask there too16:54
admcleodtylerderosagrund: is it your own openstack cloud or someone elses?16:56
tylerderosagrundIt's rackspace's16:56
admcleodtylerderosagrund: ah then #openstack-charms may not be so helpful to you.16:56
tylerderosagrundThe actual error is ERROR fetching hosted model spaces: adding subnet "": subnet "" already exists16:56
admcleodtylerderosagrund: what juju version are you using?16:56
tylerderosagrundI just dont know what to use to change the subnet16:56
admcleodtylerderosagrund: i see a similar issue here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju/+bug/169993016:56
mupBug #1699930: Subnets are not associated with VPCs when using AWS <juju:Fix Released by wpk> <juju 2.2:Fix Released by wpk> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1699930>16:56
admcleodtylerderosagrund: juju --version ?16:57
hmltylerderosagrund: i wonder if you’re hitting this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/juju/+bug/173326617:03
mupBug #1733266: Autodetection of subnets prevents bootstrap when there are duplicate subnet ranges <network> <openstack-provider> <juju:Triaged> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1733266>17:03
hmltylerderosagrund: for rackspace - there is a lot of overlap with the openstack provider17:03
tylerderosagrundSorry all I got disconnected17:32
tylerderosagrundThe juju version is 2.3.1-xenial-amd6417:32
tylerderosagrundAnd yes I think I am running into that bug hml17:33
hmltylerderosagrund: is it possible to change the subnets on your racksapce config?  as a work around17:35
tylerderosagrundI am going to see if that might work. I am also going to try a different region too17:35
hmltylerderosagrund: or have a user that can only see one of the networks?17:35
gunixis this support channel for conjure-up too ?17:46
tylerderosagrundso hml, changing it to a different region seemed to work18:12
hmltylerderosagrund: okay - the network config must be different there18:13
tylerderosagrundYea, each tennant has its own networks so when I look doesnt exist there18:13
tylerderosagrundsorry g/tennant/region/18:13

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