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Short Description
Bootstrap CoreOS cluster via PXE in seconds
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docker-coreos-pxe-installer

Bootstrap CoreOS cluster via PXE in seconds

Getting started

docker run --net=host quanlong/coreos-pxe-installer

If you run docker under VM, make sure the VM's network is bridged to the network of your DHCP server. For vagrant, it's config.vm.network "public_network"

Use ENV INTERFACE to customize your interface if it's not eth1 in your host

docker run --net=host -e INTERFACE=eth0 quanlong/coreos-pxe-installer

Customizations

You can override /config dir to customize coreos-pxe-installer's behavior. To get started you can simply link via

docker run -v myconfig:/config quanlong/coreos-pxe-installer

The default configurations will installed under myconfig dir, you can edit the default config to start quickly.

There are some template variables you can use in the configurations, coreos-pxe-installer will replace them to real value when provisioning.

Templates variables

  • server_ip, current server ipv4 address
  • client_ip, current client ipv4 address
  • client_ip_dash, replace . to - of client_ip
  • etcd_discovery_token, etcd Discovery Token

Adding a Custom OEM

To add cloud config in initramfs, see https://coreos.com/docs/running-coreos/bare-metal/booting-with-pxe/

Install on disk

Test

test cloud-config with coreos-cloudinit -validate, see https://coreos.com/validate

Contribution

vagrant for dev environment, link app/config into container for quick debuging

vagrant up; vagrant ssh
cd /vagrant
docker build -t installer .
docker run -v /vagrant/app/config:/config --net=host installer

References

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