A number of our buildlets on Google Cloud Platform run in docker images. Rather than running manual commands for each image, we could kick off periodic cloud build jobs to build images, and then update builder configurations as necessary.
Regularly updating images would also help us match what user's are more likely using, and also allow us to create builders that are up to date with upcoming OS releases.
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Also, update to the latest tag rather than one from 2019. This is in
preparation for changing the host config to use a specific image tag
instead of baking the image tag into every docker image.
This change will allow us to keep a separate 'cloudbuild' tag from the
tag used for the main bulder. This tag can be updated weekly, allowing
us to run a second builder in parallel to determine when we want to
update to a newer image.
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