Juju Team Updates - Week #6 2022

Hi everyone, below you can find the updates from the Canonical Juju Team for the week starting on the 07/02/2022. Have a great weekend!

cc @pedroleaoc @jameinel

This is the 2nd week of my rotation with the Bootstack team.

  • Fixed LP 196023, preventing model migration or juju upgrade on machines where a container had been removed.
  • Updated documentation around agent introspection capabilities with juju.
  • Working on LP 1960276 where upgrades can fail on private clouds with slow connectivity between the cloud and juju.
  • Fixed test-unit-lxd by making it run on ephemeral AWS nodes instead of our pets (it hadn’t worked for months)
  • Updating Pebble health checks API and CLI per code review: https://github.com/canonical/pebble/pull/86
  • provide comments and suggestions to ‘Juju Service Locator’ specification
  • provide a series of internal discussions on the Juju Network Model
  • research and evaluate existing network models for network equipment and cloud infrastructures
  • Collaborated on final review for update to juju.is homepage.
  • Continued restructuring SDK bundle docs, portioning content out in a series of inter-connected Reference, Explanation, and How-to guides.
  • Gave feedback on new SDK doc on from hooks to Ops.
  • Assisted Daniele with Documentation workshop part II.
  • Presented / led hands-on real docs practice at community workshop.
  • Agreed to secondment in Multipass team. Coming up soon.
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Did a long-running diagnostic exercise deploying a large bundle to OpenStack, which I ran through a series of upgrades and deliberate Mongo primary, switches looking to diagnose reported failures and performance issues.

A couple of patches:

  • Remove large websocket buffers from clients.
  • Fix a regression that caused O7k FIPs from being assigned to machines.
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