As part of the FCOS / Butane config v1.3.0 there is a new field
boot_device for easily configuring well… the boot device.
variant: fcos version: 1.3.0 boot_device: luks: tpm2: true
is equivalent to:
variant: fcos version: 1.3.0 storage: luks: - name: root label: luks-root device: /dev/disk/by-partlabel/root clevis: tpm2: true wipe_volume: true filesystems: - device: /dev/mapper/root format: xfs wipe_filesystem: true label: root
Now, Clevis and so on stays configurable, however one thing does not – in contrast to when you do it manually without that syntax:
format: xfs, i.e. the actual filesystem.
Given all others like Fedora Workstation and AFAIK server now default to using
btrfs (since Fedora 33 IIRC), why don’t you do it here, too?
Is there any special reason to choose
xfs as a filesystem for root?
If not, why don’t you make the root filesystem also configurable in