I’ve read that reconfiguration of sysroot is possible via ignition. I’ve gotten as far as feeding coreos-installer an ignition file, resulting in a reformatted root, but since it’s empty, startup faiis. Either I’m missing a step, or ignition is missing a step, but in either case I’m confused.
- boot fedora-coreos-31.20200113.3.1-live.x86_64.iso
- Create config.fcc and convert to ign using fcct. fcc contents:
variant: fcos version: 1.0.0 storage: filesystems: - path: /sysroot device: /dev/disk/by-label/root format: btrfs wipe_filesystem: true label: pool systemd: units: - name: debug-shell.service enabled: true
- sudo coreos-installer install /dev/vda --ignition config.ign
So yeah that works, installs FCOS, but during the reboot, soon after the btrfs format, it blows up and… I’m pretty much feeling like this is an Underpants Gnome episode where I’m entirely missing step 2.