This is part 5 of my ongoing “Deploying OpenStack on MAAS 1.9+ with Juju” series. In the last post – Nodes Networking: Deploying OpenStack on MAAS 1.9+ with Juju – I described how to configure all 4 nodes in MAAS 1.9/2.0, so they have multiple network …

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This is part 4 of my ongoing “Deploying OpenStack on MAAS 1.9+ with Juju” series. The last post, MAAS Setup: Deploying OpenStack on MAAS 1.9+ with Juju, described the steps to deploy MAAS 1.9 itself and configure it with the fabrics, subnets, and …

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Having to test code in multiple Juju providers one can forget which environment you’re currently working on. So yesterday I came up with this little snippet in my $HOME/.bashrc file:

This gives you a nice prompt like this: [local] …

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