Atomic Host 101 Lab Part 1: Getting Familiar

Introduction In Part 0 of this series we helped get a Fedora 26 Atomic Host system set up for the rest of this lab. In this section we will cover the following topics from the outline: Getting Familiar With Atomic Host Viewing Changes To A Deployed System Getting Familiar Atomic Host is built on top of underlying technology known as OSTree and leveraged by an RPM aware higher level technology known as rpm-ostree. [Read More]

Atomic Host 101 Lab Part 0: Preparation

Introduction While Atomic Host has been around since 2014 there are still a lot of people that aren’t as familiar with the technology. The Atomic team within Red Hat, along with numerous other upstream contributors, have brought the OSTree and RPM-OSTree technology a long way. At the Fedora user and contributor conference (known as Flock) this week we will be giving a lab on Atomic Host designed to let new users learn about Atomic Host. [Read More]

Fedora 26 Atomic Host August 08 Release

cross posted with this Project Atomic blog post A new Fedora Atomic Host update is available via an OSTree commit: Commit: f6331bcd14577e0ee43db3ba5a44e0f63f74a86e3955604c20542df0b7ad8ad6 Version: 26.101 In this release we have fixed an issue with our qcow and vagrant images from the 20170723 release. If you used the qcow or vagrant images from that release then please make sure you are following the fedora/26/x86_64/atomic-host ref. See this Atomic Working Group issue for more details. [Read More]

How Do We Create OSTree Repos and Artifacts in Fedora

a more permanent version of this content lives here Introduction NOTE: For background on OSTree check out the docs. When you want to create a new OSTree using rpm-ostree you usually define a few yum repos, and then a json file that says what rpms you want to be composed in the tree. You then run an rpm-ostree compose tree command to create the commit in the ostree repo. Once the ostree commit has been created you can then create installer images (ISOs) and cloud/VM images (qcow, etc) from that ostree. [Read More]

Fedora 25->26 Atomic Host Upgrade Guide

cross posted with this Project Atomic blog post and this Fedora Magazine post Introduction In July we put out the first and second releases of Fedora 26 Atomic Host. In this blog post we’ll cover updating an existing Fedora 25 Atomic Host system to Fedora 26. We’ll cover preparing the system for upgrade and performing the upgrade. NOTE: If you really don’t want to upgrade to Fedora 26 see the later section: Appendix B: Fedora 25 Atomic Host Life Support. [Read More]

F26 Atomic/Cloud Test Day June 20th!

cross posted from this_ fedora magazine post Now that the Fedora Beta has been officially released the Fedora Atomic Working Group and Fedora Cloud SIG would like to get the community together next week to find and squash some bugs. We are organizing a test day for Tuesday, June 20th. For this event we'll test both Atomic Host content and Fedora Cloud Base content. Vagrant Boxes will be available to test with as well. [Read More]

Fedora Atomic Host Available in DigitalOcean

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post --- With the latest release of Fedora Atomic Host we are now live in DigitalOcean! This was a popular user request and thanks to the folks at DigitalOcean and the Fedora Atomic Working Group we now have Fedora Atomic Host as an option when creating a droplet. Go ahead and spin up a droplet in the web interface or via the doctl CLI today! [Read More]

Matching Fedora OSTree Released Content With Each 2 Week Atomic Release

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post TL;DR: The default Fedora cadence for updates in the RPM streams is once a day. Until now, the OSTree-based updates cadence has matched this, but we're changing the default OSTree update stream to match the Fedora Atomic Host image release cadence (once every two weeks). --- In Fedora we release a new Atomic Host approximately every two weeks. In the past this has meant that we bless and ship new ISO, QCOW, and Vagrant images that can then be used to install and or start a new Atomic Host server. [Read More]

Fedora BTRFS+Snapper - The Fedora 25 Edition

History I'm back again with the Fedora 25 edition of my Fedora BTRFS+Snapper series. As you know, in the past I have configured my computers to be able to snapshot and rollback the entire system by leveraging BTRFS snapshots, a tool called snapper, and a patched version of Fedora's grub2 package. I have updated the patchset (patches taken from SUSE) for Fedora 25's version of grub and the results are available in this git repo. [Read More]

Installing an OpenShift Origin Cluster on Fedora 25 Atomic Host: Part 2

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post Introduction In part 1 of this series we used the OpenShift Ansible Installer to install Openshift Origin on three servers that were running Fedora 25 Atomic Host. The three machines we'll be using have the following roles and IP address configurations: +-------------+----------------+--------------+ | Role | Public IPv4 | Private IPv4 | +=============+================+==============+ | master,etcd | | | +-------------+----------------+--------------+ | worker | 52. [Read More]