meenacjp256: any chance i could get access to one of these for my project: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/workloads/hpc/enable-infiniband ?00:31
zaphod_bhiya lads; I am trying to use cloud-init on a bare-metal Dell server using the ubuntu cloud image and Dell's Redfish API to expose a nocloud config08:12
zaphod_bMy first attempts are a little disconcerting; I am new to cloud-init I should add08:13
zaphod_bI was kind of assuming that mounting a 'cidata' ISO image in the drac environment would suffice for cloud-init to find my config, but it does not seem to08:14
zaphod_bso I guess my first question is, is this scheme supposed to work at all ?08:14
acibaHello zaphod_b: that should work, assuming Nocloud is detected as datasource. One can see that in the file: /run/cloud-init/result.json08:29
acibadocumentation about Nocloud: https://cloudinit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/reference/datasources/nocloud.html08:30
acibaa good source of information is: /var/log/cloud-init.log08:31
zaphod_baciba: thank you; it's already a great help to know that it's feasible !08:35
zaphod_bMy next issue then would be to gain access to the OS so that I can inspect these locations; since my config is not found I don't know how to enter the OS at all08:35
zaphod_bok sorry, I found my way through an alternate console... thanks !08:38
waldiand was what the cause?08:40
acibazaphod_d: a useful command to collect debugging informat: https://cloudinit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/howto/bugs.html#collect-logs08:45
acibaif you could minimally share the log (redacting any sensible information) we could try to see what's going on08:46
zaphod_baciba: so actually a lot more than I thought was working ! cloud-init did find my input !08:49
zaphod_bI guess I've been confused because (*) I could see for a long time a message at boot-time saying "connecting.... waiting for cloud-init..."08:50
zaphod_band also because the ubuntu boot went on and asked for a language; but I guess this is something that I can now configure08:51
zaphod_bso I guess I'll just do my homework and come back here if anything goes south08:52
acibathat sounds great! maybe the locale module can help there: https://cloudinit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/reference/modules.html#locale08:53
acibaplease tell us if you find any problem/difficulty08:53
zaphod_bjust one last question maybe: I was interested in provisioning fedora also with a similar approach; is there any publicly available fedora image that comes with cloud-init ?08:55
zaphod_bit looks like fedora has their own ignition thing...08:55
zaphod_bin any case aciba: thanks for your help !09:01
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holmanbzaphod_b: nice nick :)14:32
holmanbzaphod_b: fedora has cloud images with cloud-init, but not autoinstall support14:35
cjp256meena: will see what i can do, anything in particular that you need to see?15:24
meenacjp256: I need a few hours with freebsd on a machine with infiniband, because programming from hearsay isn't working out so great15:38
blackboxswcommunity notice: upstream release 23.1 published https://github.com/canonical/cloud-init/releases/tag/23.1. Thanks aciba for driving the release this round19:54
blackboxswupload of 23.1 accepted and published to Ubuntu 23.04:  cloud-init 23.1-0ubuntu1 (Accepted)  expect it available in tomorrow's cloud-images.19:56
blackboxswOur plan is start  StableReleaseUpdate of 23.1 to Ubuntu Bionic. Focal, Jammy and Kinetic over the next week.19:56
blackboxswthank you all for the contributions to various clouds and improved distribution support this release!19:58
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meenaanyone know if lxd --vm will run a current (or soon to be released) FreeBSD? 20:33
meena(CURRENT is the development branch… it's a bit confusing)20:33
falcojrmeena: if there are no published images for it, there are ways of importing your own images. IIRC, people can gotten windows running through LXD20:35
* meena snap installs lxd20:35
meenaThis laptop has 64 GiB of RAM, so I better make good use of that20:35
meenai don't see any published ones: https://us.lxd.images.canonical.com/ so I'll just grab a current image and resize it and use that20:39
meenafalcojr: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=26976721:30
-ubottu:#cloud-init- bugs.freebsd.org bug 269767 in Base System "13.1-RELEASE VM IMAGE panics on boot under LXC / LXD" [Affects Only Me, New]21:30
meenai'm hoping to test 14.0-CURRENT or STABLE…21:37
meenaBut, alas, someone broke the release / mirror: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=26976421:38
-ubottu:#cloud-init- bugs.freebsd.org bug 269764 in Services "14.0-CURRENT CI-IMAGES yield 404" [Affects Only Me, New]21:38
meena(and, while I could use the not-CI-IMAGES images, they are awful)21:39

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