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Re: [Rdo-list] FYI: F19 RC1 cloud images available in EC2 and for download



FWIW: F19 RC2 has been released but there should be absolutely no change to the cloud images. But just for the sake of completeness, you can now find them at: https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/19-RC2/Images/

Since there's currently no release blocking bugs left and the change between RC1 and RC2 (which affected live media only) is very minimal, this might very well be the last RC and be declared gold later this week (that is, in some 36h). IMHO.

-- Sandro



On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 4:00 PM, Sandro "red" Mathys <red fedoraproject org> wrote:
So as you can see below, the first release candidate for the F19 cloud images is ready to be tested. To make F19 RC1 available in your OpenStack, simply do something like:

glance image-create --name "Fedora 19 RC1" --disk-format qcow2 --container-format bare --is-public true --copy-from https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/19-RC1/Images/x86_64/Fedora-x86_64-19-20130624-sda.qcow2

-- Sandro

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From: Matthew Miller <mattdm fedoraproject org>
Date: Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 3:41 PM
Subject: [Test-Announce] F19 RC1 cloud images available in EC2 and for download
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Fedora 19 Release Candidate 1 cloud images are now available from:

  http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/stage/19-RC1/Images/

in either qcow2 or raw.xz format. You should be able to use Glance in
OpenStack to just import the qcow2 images directly and go.

They're also in Amazon EC2 in the US East region (us-east-1):

  ami-79196a10 for x86_64
  ami-ef1b6886 for i386

Thanks to Dennis Gilmore in Fedora Release Engineering for the extra work to
make this happen.

The images are configured with "fedora" as the default user with
passwordless sudo. You can change this behavior by passing different
configuration data via the user-data in either OpenStack or EC2. For
example, to allow direct root login and to suppress the creation of the
'fedora' user, use

#cloud-config
users:
disable_root: 0

(The first line is identifying the userdata type, not a comment.)



--
Matthew Miller  ☁☁☁  Fedora Cloud Architect  ☁☁☁  <mattdm fedoraproject org>
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