On Wed, Jan 27, 2021 at 3:23 AM Peter Boy <pboy(a)uni-bremen.de> wrote:
I know, it’s probably the wrong list here, but I asked over on cloud list and couldn’t
induce an answer. I hope the technical experts here can help me.
I’m currently working on a text how to use Fedora cloud images as VM’s for production on
a standalone Fedora Server, intended as part of our work to enhance our documentation.
Specifically, it is about the use of --cloud-init option in virt-install version 3, which
has become available in Fedora 33. It is quite a simple way, especially useful if you only
want to create a few VMs once. And you can use it perfectly in scripts or Ansible
I have already got it to work with CentOS cloud image.
Now I am looking for information on what the differences are between the Fedora Base Raw
image and the Openstack Base qcow2 image (beyond the file format). What different usage
rationale underlies the construction of the images.
There are no differences. The only one that's different from the
others is our GCP image.
The documentation I found is quite old (Fedora 25 here in docs, or
from about 2016 over at https://fedoracloud.readthedocs.io
Please could someone give me a hint where I can grap the info I’m seeking.
The Cloud WG only recently restarted. We haven't gotten far enough to
get documentation back in order.
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