maas 1.9.5+bzr4599-0ubuntu1~14.04.3 source package in Ubuntu

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maas (1.9.5+bzr4599-0ubuntu1~14.04.3) trusty-proposed; urgency=medium

  * Stable Release Update.
    - debian/patches/harcode-upstart-lp1732703.patch: Running snapd or
      livepatch in Trusty installs systemd. Due to a systemd regressions,
      this causes  MAAS to incorrectly detect the init system. As such,
      hardcode the init system to upstart (as systemd is not supported
      in Ubuntu) (LP: #1732703).

 -- Andres Rodriguez <email address hidden>  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:09:11 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Andres Rodriguez on 2017-12-14
Uploaded to:
Trusty
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
all
Section:
net
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Trusty: [FULLYBUILT] i386

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Binary packages built by this source

maas: MAAS server all-in-one metapackage

 MAAS is "Metal As A Service", a system for dynamic provisioning of physical
 servers that has many of the same characteristics as a cloud. You register
 servers with MAAS by telling MAAS about their IPMI or other control system.
 MAAS can then do hardware inventory, and provision that system on demand
 with whatever OS and software you like. MAAS is standalone software that
 works with any configuration system, but for best results combine MAAS with
 Juju.
 .
 MAAS provides:
  * Hardware inventory of servers
  * Dynamic provisioning based on name or attributes such as disk, RAM cores, sockets
  * DNS and DHCP as needed
  * PXE boot services
 .
 This package is a metapackage which installs all of the separate components
 of MAAS on a single machine.

maas-cli: MAAS command line API tool

 This package contains the MAAS client command line API tool.
 This tool enables automation of tasks in MAAS, remotely, through
 its API.

maas-cluster-controller: MAAS server cluster controller

 This package contains the MAAS cluster controller, which is responsible
 for enabling and controlling remote DHCP/TFTP instances on their own
 subnets.

maas-common: MAAS server common files

 This package contains the common files for any MAAS installation.

maas-dhcp: MAAS DHCP server

 This package installs and configures a DHCP server that can be used by
 MAAS, and enhances the overall MAAS user experience.

maas-dns: MAAS DNS server

 This package installs and configures a DNS server that can be used by
 MAAS, and enhances the overall MAAS user experience.

maas-proxy: MAAS Caching Proxy

 This package installs and configures a Caching Proxy server that can be
 used by MAAS. It enhances the overall MAAS user experience.

maas-region-controller: MAAS server complete region controller

 This package installs and configures the complete MAAS region controller,
 including the minimum setup, plus the database server and messaging queue.

maas-region-controller-min: MAAS Server minimum region controller

 This package installs and configures the minimum region controller
 services provided by MAAS, including the web UI, caching package proxy,
 networking/traffic control, and remote logging system.

python-django-maas: MAAS server Django web framework

 This package provides the Django web framework for MAAS.

python-maas-client: MAAS python API client

 This package contains the MAAS client API Python modules.

python-maas-provisioningserver: MAAS server provisioning libraries

 This package provides the MAAS provisioning server python libraries.