See also: Space
Juju users are able to create, view, rename, or delete spaces.
- Add a space
- Reload spaces
- View the available spaces
- View details about a space
- Rename a space
- Remove a space
Spaces are created with the
add-space command. The following example creates a new space called
db-space and associates the
172.31.0.0/20 subnet with it:
juju add-space db-space 172.31.0.0/20 added space "db-space" with subnets 172.31.0.0/20
To reload spaces, along with their subnets, use the
This will show you any new spaces (whether added via
add-space or directly on the provider end), or any new subnets of an existing space.
This command is especially relevant for a MAAS cloud. There, you cannot add a space via
juju add-space. Rather, you must add it directly using the MAAS UI/CLI and then run
juju reload-spaces to make it known to Juju.
The spaces known to
juju can be viewed with the
spaces command, as follows:
$ juju spaces Name Space ID Subnets alpha 0 172.31.0.0/20 172.31.16.0/20 172.31.32.0/20 172.31.48.0/20 172.31.64.0/20 172.31.80.0/20 252.0.0.0/12 252.16.0.0/12 252.32.0.0/12 252.48.0.0/12 252.64.0.0/12 252.80.0.0/12
To view details about a space, run the
The command also allows you to specify a model to operate in, an output format, etc.
To rename a space
$ juju rename-space db-space public-space renamed space "db-space" to "public-space"
Spaces can also be renamed during controller configuration, via the
juju-mgmt-space key, or during model configuration, via the
You can delete a space using the
$ juju remove-space public-space removed space "public-space"
Deleting a space will cause any subnets in it to move back to the
alpha space. See How to manage subnets.