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stage1: update coreos image to 1068.0.0 #2821

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lucab commented Jun 21, 2016

This introduces support for arm64 and aligns to the current base of
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stage1: update coreos image to 1068.0.0
This introduces support for arm64 and aligns to the current base of
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lucab commented Jun 21, 2016

arm64 ref #2758 (comment)

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LGTM if green.

Both images 1032.0.0 and 1068.0.0 have the same version of systemd: v229, so I don't expect regressions.

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LGTM if green.

Both images 1032.0.0 and 1068.0.0 have the same version of systemd: v229, so I don't expect regressions.

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On 21 June 2016 at 14:28, Alban Crequy notifications@github.com wrote:

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Both images 1032.0.0 and 1068.0.0 have the same version of systemd: v229,
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Tested locally and didn't spot any issue. Systemd stayed the same and libs seem unchanged, without further manifest changes.

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Tested locally and didn't spot any issue. Systemd stayed the same and libs seem unchanged, without further manifest changes.

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