Upgraded guest with do_release_upgrade and MAAS Kernel not updated in overview

Asked by ppm netadmin on 2021-02-18

All guests were upgraded from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 LTS via command line do_release_upgrade

Now in the overview on MAAS the kernel version hasn't updated and can't find a way to update it.

When trying to edit anything in the configuration the below error is displayed.

Error:{"distro_series": ["'ubuntu/bionic' is not a valid distro_series. It should be one of: '', 'ubuntu/focal'."]}

Short of deleting over 100 guests and recreating them which is impossible due to loss of data, how are guests upgraded that MAAS stays in sync or how do we post upgrade update MAAS?

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2021-02-22
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2021-02-18
ppm netadmin (ppmnetadmin) said : #2

When trying to change in the configurations tab this is where the error is encountered

Error:{"distro_series": ["'ubuntu/bionic' is not a valid distro_series. It should be one of: '', 'ubuntu/focal'."]}

ppm netadmin (ppmnetadmin) said : #3

Ended up updating the values in the back end via postgresql database (maasdb)

updated values distro_series='focal', hwe_kernel='ga-20.04' in the maasserver_node table