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usr-share-oem-cloud\x2dconfig.yml.service unit failure - ssh lockout #1588

TaiSHiNet opened this Issue Sep 27, 2016 · 5 comments


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TaiSHiNet commented Sep 27, 2016

Issue Report


Instance cannot be accessed for 10 minutes (services timeouts)

CoreOS Version


$ cat /etc/os-release
PRETTY_NAME="CoreOS 1180.0.0 (MoreOS)"


What hardware/cloud provider/hypervisor is being used to run CoreOS?
AWS Instances (several sizes)

Expected Behavior

Boot up normally

Actual Behavior

Instances boot but cannot be accessed for 10~ minutes

Reproduction Steps

  1. Boot instance with any custom userdata
  2. Profit!

Other Information

CoreOS alpha (1180.0.0)
Failed Units: 1

Similar to #1562 #1559


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crawford commented Sep 27, 2016

I've paused automatic updates until we figure out what is going on. Glad to see that the new service timeout for coreos-cloudinit was useful -_-


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wmark commented Sep 28, 2016

In light of #1562, these are the differences between 1164.1.0 and 1180.0.0:

On 1180.0.0 no motd is shown.

Differences in files:

# /usr/lib/systemd/system/locksmithd.service, 1164.1.0 → 1180.0.0
+ Requires=update-engine.service
+ After=update-engine.service

Then contains Requires=system-cloudinit@usr-share-oem-cloud\x2dconfig.yml.service which in turn, I guess, restarts locksmithd (shouldn't it be just reload or try-restart?). ⚪


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crawford commented Sep 28, 2016

The commit mentioned above fixes the issue. When I fixed this the first time, I backported it to the Alpha at the time but forgot to fix it in the master branch. We should have a new image later today.


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TaiSHiNet commented Sep 28, 2016

Thanks for the speed!


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crawford commented Sep 28, 2016

CoreOS Linux 1185.0.0 is now available with the fix. We'll begin rolling it out shortly. Thanks for your patience.

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