I see this commit from github:
Is it safe continue to use this option to pass kargs such as:
Here’s the story behind:
My use case here is try to automatically install coreos (following @dustymabe’s blog post ) on a bare metal machine using the live ISO with ignition file embeded and to have network and DHCP enabled on the installed system.
Reading this: Host Network Configuration
, it seems like the new ignition spec now spupports
Am I correct to understand it like this: the installed os will not have network if the kernal args
rd.neednet=1 is not present when running the
That’s how I understood that I need to supply these 2 args in order to get the network via DHCP working. Or am I totally wrong here?
If I am right, what other alternatives are there to enable the network on the first boot (with ignition file embeded iso)?
Would it be a better approach if I specify these kargs via ignition
kernel_arguments instead of running
Thanks for the help in advance!