On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 3:56 PM, Thomas Goirand <email@example.com
> On 01/08/2014 04:55 PM, Juerg Haefliger wrote:
> > Hi Thomas,
> >> Hi,
> >> I have uploaded an up-to-date Wheezy image using the
> >> build-openstack-images package currently available in Wheezy. Here's the
> >> IDs:
> >> region-a.geo-1:
> >> 4f3a6b69-dd27-4ad1-8307-def66c436f8c
> >> region-b.geo-1:
> >> 9c86049c-06cf-4f96-ba46-1eba57cc65ff
> >> These images have the public flag, so they are available for everyone.
> >> They are up-to-date regarding security updates.
> > Very cool! Thanks for doing this.
> > I noticed that /dev/vdb doesn't get mounted automatically. This is due
> > to the 'nobootwait' mount option in /etc/fstab which Debian doesn't
> > understand (it's an Ubuntu extension). You need to add the following
> > line to /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg:
> > mount_default_fields: [~, ~, 'auto', 'defaults,nofail', '0', '2']
> I did that, added it in the openstack-debian-images package, and
> uploaded this to Sid. I will upload to backports when the package
> migrates to Testing.
> > Also, you should set some additional image properties using 'glance
> > image-update <image ID> --property <key>=<val>':
> > - architecture=x86_64 (I'm actually surprised that the image boots
> > without this. The scheduler uses this property to find a node that
> > supports the image's architecture. I guess there's a sane default...)
> > And the following are required if you want users of the management
> > console (manage.hpcloud.com
>) to be able to
> > use the image:
> > - com.hp__1__bootable_volume=true
> > - com.hp__1__image_lifecycle=active
> > - com.hp__1__image_type=disk
> > - com.hp__1__os_distro=debian
> > You might also want to consider to protect the image (glance
> > image-update <ID> --is-protected=true) so that it can't be deleted
> > accidentally. Although I trust you not to do that :-)
> > Best
> > ...Juerg
> Added the properties as you suggested (and fixed that in my upload
> script to make sure it will be there on further uploads), and the new
> images are now:
Works like a charm now and the images are visible in the management console.
> Thomas Goirand (zigo)
> P.S: I deleted the other 2 old images.