On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 10:14 AM, arnaud gaboury
<arnaud gaboury gmail com> wrote:
> So my idea is to "share" what I added in one machine (/etc settings and
> layered packages, let's call the machine "origin") to other machines
> (targeted VM) in an automatic way.
> It seems that articles about automate building atomic host will indeed do
> the trick.
Note that blog post is about composing your own Atomic Host, instead of
building on top of what Fedora ships. If you look at the playbook, you will see
that it does an `rpm-ostree rebase`, which switches you to the built
tree. So then,
e.g. `rpm-ostree upgrade` will not get you updates from Fedora
be maintaining your own stream of updates. There's a related issue
making "layered" streams easier to create:
Honestly, I am lost :-(
Not sure if I am on the right path, but I read papers on "build-atomic-host" like these ones, or  ?
Is it the way I shall go to deploy Atomic on all my VM in the cluster?