This plug-in enables CoreOS and Flatcar updates using The Foreman without using the public update infrastructure. To follow along with common Foreman architecture, you need this Foreman plug-in installed and a Smart-Proxy plugin. The smart-proxy plug-in does all the heavy lifting. The Foreman plug-in shows facts and reports for your hosts. Foreman core already supports deploying CoreOS hosts and is great for on-premise setups. This plug-in enables you to better manage your servers.
|Foreman Version||Plugin Version|
|>= 1.12||~> 0.0|
|>= 1.17||~> 1.0|
|>= 1.18||~> 2.0|
|>= 1.20||~> 3.0|
|>= 1.24||~> 4.0|
|>= 3.0||~> 5.0|
See Plugins install instructions
for how to install Foreman plugins.
You need to install the package
tfm-rubygem-foreman_omaha or use foreman-installer.
To prepare the Foreman database, issue the following command:
foreman-rake db:migrate SCOPE=foreman_omaha
This plugins adds a global method
transpile_container_linux_config to the template renderer that transpiles yaml to ignition. Make sure the binary ct is in your
PATH when you want to use this feature.
You need to revert all database changes made when installing this plug-in:
foreman-rake db:migrate SCOPE=foreman_omaha VERSION=0
You can then safely remove the operating system package and restart Foreman.
Copyright (c) 2016 The Foreman developers
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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