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Old 05-15-2012, 07:17 PM
"Evan Jones"
 
Default MAAS Install issue

I have downloaded the newest Ubuntu server iso image and have problems with setting up the cloud. Here is what has happened so far.
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Using a VMWare 4.0 server as the install platform.
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Attempt #1
·******** created controller on VMWare server. Install went smooth with no problems. IP address for MAAS controller was 192.168.1.9 (from network DHCP server –Endian firewall).
·******** Created maas superuser as per instructions. Worked correctly.
·******** Opened IE9 on Win7 desktop and went to MAAS page 192.168.1.9/MAAS as per instructions. Page opened correctly.
·******** Performed sudo maas-import-isos. Worked correctly.
·******** Created 2 nodes in VMWare. Installed correctly. Nodes shut down correctly.
·******** Opened IE9 on Win7 desktop and went to MAAS page 192.168.1.9/MAAS as per instructions. Page opened correctly.
·******** Attempted to “Accept and Commission” nodes. System hung on me. I had to shutdown controller and reboot.
·******** Could not get back to MAAS Admin page at 192.168.1.9/MAAS.
·******** Deleted all VMWare machines from disk and inventory on VMWare server and started over.
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Attempt #2 through--------
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Did all of the same as above. When I tried to open the webpage at 192.168.1.9/MAAS or any other IP address that I tried during various install attempts I would get an webpage error. If I entered just the controller IP address I would get the Apache
IT WORKS” but there is no content loaded for this webpage notice.
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I have tried this with several different IP addresses, on a bare metal machine, a different subnet on the network and with Firefox, Chrome and IE 8 and IE 9 on different desktop machines. Every attempt has provided the same response: If I entered just the controller IP address I would get the Apache IT WORKS” but there is no content loaded for this webpage notice. If I enter the ip/MAAS address I get a webpage error.
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I have even re-downloaded the Ubuntu 12.04 iso image and tried all over again. Same problem.
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What am I missing?

Thanks.
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Evan
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Old 05-18-2012, 04:18 AM
Michael Hughes
 
Default MAAS Install issue

Hi Evan,

Can you elaborate a little more on getting "a webpage error" please?
What kind of error is it? 404 or security?

On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 2:17 PM, Evan Jones <hmschldad@cox.net> wrote:
> I have downloaded the newest Ubuntu server iso image and have problems with
> setting up the cloud. Here is what has happened so far.
>
>
>
> Using a VMWare 4.0 server as the install platform.
>
>
>
> Attempt #1
>
> ·******** created controller on VMWare server. Install went smooth with no
> problems. IP address for MAAS controller was 192.168.1.9 (from network DHCP
> server –Endian firewall).
>
> ·******** Created maas superuser as per instructions. Worked correctly.
>
> ·******** Opened IE9 on Win7 desktop and went to MAAS page 192.168.1.9/MAAS
> as per instructions. Page opened correctly.
>
> ·******** Performed sudo maas-import-isos. Worked correctly.
>
> ·******** Created 2 nodes in VMWare. Installed correctly. Nodes shut down
> correctly.
>
> ·******** Opened IE9 on Win7 desktop and went to MAAS page 192.168.1.9/MAAS
> as per instructions. Page opened correctly.
>
> ·******** Attempted to “Accept and Commission” nodes. System hung on me. I
> had to shutdown controller and reboot.
>
> ·******** Could not get back to MAAS Admin page at 192.168.1.9/MAAS.
>
> ·******** Deleted all VMWare machines from disk and inventory on VMWare
> server and started over.
>
>
>
> Attempt #2 through--------
>
>
>
> Did all of the same as above. When I tried to open the webpage at
> 192.168.1.9/MAAS or any other IP address that I tried during various install
> attempts I would get an webpage error. If I entered just the controller IP
> address I would get the Apache
> IT WORKS” but there is no content loaded for this webpage notice.
>
>
>
> I have tried this with several different IP addresses, on a bare metal
> machine, a different subnet on the network and with Firefox, Chrome and IE 8
> and IE 9 on different desktop machines. Every attempt has provided the same
> response: If I entered just the controller IP address I would get the Apache
> IT WORKS” but there is no content loaded for this webpage notice. If I enter
> the ip/MAAS address I get a webpage error.
>
>
>
> I have even re-downloaded the Ubuntu 12.04 iso image and tried all over
> again. Same problem.
>
>
>
> What am I missing?
>
> Thanks.
>
>
>
> Evan
>
>
>
>
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