[Rdo-list] CentOS 6.5 Guest image file available now
jpeeler at redhat.com
Mon Jan 20 18:52:56 UTC 2014
On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 04:43:05PM -0700, Steven Dake wrote:
> On 01/17/2014 03:20 PM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> >hi Guys,
> >Worth noting that we are going to be pushing OpenStack specific images
> >in a few days as well from the centos.org side; These are also the
> >images we will work with vendors to upstream into various public
> >openstack offerings.
> Would you be opposed to adding the heat-cfntools RPM in the pre-built CentOS
> image that is OpenStack specific? We do this for Fedora 20+ as well as RHEL
> 6.5. The RPM is very small and has only one dependency IIRC and has no init
> scripts or any default startup that would result in breakage of the
> Also, I'm unclear if your planning to add cloud-init to the image, but I
> would highly recommend cloud-init for your default images and this is
> mandatory to have Heat + CentOS + OpenStack integration.
> The heat_cfntools package is necessary for using Heat with Openstack guest
> If your not opposed, I've copied Jeff Peeler (Heat Core developer) to sort
> out the implementation details from an engineering perspective.
heat-cfntools seems to be in the kickstart file already (as well as
cloud-init), is there anything else that needs to be done?
> >One big difference is that we push an etc/cloud snippet to disable
> >cloud-user and enable root logins ( without passwords ).
> >These images ( for c5/c6 on 32bit/64bit ) are due to be pushed on the
> >22nd Jan, and will go via the regular distribution channels.
> >- KB
> >On 01/17/2014 05:59 PM, Mike Burns wrote:
> >>Thanks to Joey Boggs for putting this together.
> >>A prebuilt guest-image for CentOS 6.5 has been posted to the RDO yum
> >>repository along with the kickstart used to generate it.  This was
> >>done in response to the conversation on IRC earlier.
> >>The eventual plan would be to have this image owned and generated by the
> >>CentOS community, perhaps as part of the Cloud SIG. This is just a
> >>stopgap measure until the SIG is up and running.
> >>Let us know if you find any issues with it.
> >> http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/openstack/guest-images/
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