Juju 2.4.1 has been released


The Juju team is pleased to announce the release of Juju 2.4.1 .

This is primarily a bug fix release. In particular, it contains a fix for a critical issue involving the removal of Juju binaries on units. However, there are also a few new features such as support for the upcoming Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic) release as well as constraints for the LXD provider. For the full list of fixes and additions, see the 2.4.1 milestone.

If you were affected by any of the bugs fixed in this release, your feedback is appreciated. Please contact the Juju team using the communication channels specified in the feedback section.

Get Juju
The easiest way to get Juju is using the snap package:

sudo snap install juju --classic

Those already using the stable snap should be upgraded automatically. Other packages are available for a variety of platforms (see the install documentation).

Feedback appreciated
We encourage everyone to let us know how you’re using Juju. You can send us a message on Twitter using #jujucharms, join us in the freenode IRC channel #juju, or subscribe to the Juju Discourse forum.

More information
To learn more about Juju visit https://jujucharms.com.


This release advertised cosmic support, but I can’t see any agent binaries published for this series?


/me checks and notes we probably missed the update to the actual release builders as part of making it all work…


@wallyworld can folks please check the jobs for the release process and highlight what we need to update for the cosmic streams please?


@james-page the team is working on it. We’ve built agents and are working on a full CI run to verify/validate them now that they’re there. There’s some images we’re not seeing in some clouds but going forward. Should be complete once the CI run is good.