aniAny feedback on this PR? https://github.com/canonical/cloud-init/pull/439511:03
-ubottu:#cloud-init- Pull 4395 in canonical/cloud-init "net: fix ipv6_dhcpv6_stateful/stateless/slaac configuration for rhel" [Open]11:03
SchrostfutzHi, I'm trying to figure out how to have a cloud-config that simply defines an authorized ssh key for the root user, and does not create additional users. Is there a way to do this? I have trouble finding the proper documentation 11:43
meenaani: i reckon most committers are currently held up in SRU.12:15
meenaSchrostfutz: you could change the default_user in /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg — or possibly in user-data, too, and then just use ssh_authorized_key: in user-data12:22
toabctlhow does cloud-init netplan config passthrough work? I have a cloud-init config (see https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/zj2CSchSTv/) which I use to generate a config-drive seed (cloud-localds cloud-init-config-node1.img cloud-init-config-node1.yaml) but after booting the node with that, the network config is not in /etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml (but setting the password worked so the config in general worked)12:25
toabctlthat's on Ubuntu 22.04 ^^12:25
meenatoabctl: what do the logs say?12:26
meena(i ask, instead of explaining how cloud-init netplan config pass-through works, because i have no idea.)12:27
meena(i mostly work on BSDs)12:27
Schrostfutzmeena: Thanks! I'll look into that.12:27
toabctllooks like userdata can not override network config?!12:35
toabctlmeena, the logs are here: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/dp9yfzjggb/12:37
meenatoabctl: yes, you have to provide network config seperately12:37
toabctlcan I do that with a nocloud datasource?12:38
meenatoabctl: yes.12:38
toabctlah. "cloud-localds -N". I'll try that. 12:39
toabctlmeena, works. thanks!12:46
meenatoabctl: yay! \o/12:46
blackboxswtoabctl: netplan passthough just means cloud-init sees network "version: 2" from the datasource and knows if it is on a system with netplan installed. In that case, it does not attempt to convert that dictionary into cloud-init's internal NetworkState first for processing. It  just writes the version: 2 config directly to /etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml14:12
blackboxswand glad you found the cloudlocalds --network-config option. NoCloud datasource just looks for a yaml file network-config in the same directory as user-data and meta-data files14:13

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