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Re: [atomic-devel] Setting a DNS entry

Thank you so much everyone for the feedback! It really helps.

I'm going to debug / test the resolv.conf issues. It seems that when
setting a public IP it screws up at times (I'll have to identify
what's happening within /var/log/boot.log

In regards to the port Colin, is there a place / github / git repo
where I can contribute to the fixing of the port?

On 03/15, Colin Walters wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2016, at 06:19 PM, Charlie Drage wrote:
> > My meta-data I use this:
> > 
> > instance-id: Atomic02
> > local-hostname: atomic-host-002
> > network-interfaces: |
> I'd recommend against using the cloud-init network-interfaces stanza.  It's
> in a messy state of porting against "redhat-initscripts" network configuration
> vs NetworkManager (and then against systemd-networkd...).
> > I'm forced to use in cloud-config
> > 
> > #cloud-config
> > bootcmd:
> >  - echo  > /etc/resolv.conf
> I don't see a serious problem with using `bootcmd`.  The broader role
> of cloud-init should just be a bootstrap tool for authentication and such
> in order to set up a better systems management tool like Ansible.
> > Unfortunatley after a reboot resolv.conf is removed due to network
> > manager autogenerating the resolv.conf file.
> See https://github.com/openshift/training/issues/193#issuecomment-120496871
> for an example of setting dns=none.


Charlie Drage
Red Hat - OSAS Team / Project Atomic
4096R / 0x9B3B446C

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