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29 Nov 2021
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma Seán C McCord on further digging I found that
# lsblk
NAME  MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sr0   11:0  1 366K 0 rom  <--
vda  253:0  0 93.1G 0 disk 
└─vda1 253:1  0 93.1G 0 part /
The disk sr0 (highlighted above) is where the information about the VM is managed. When we mount that disk, we can find a file named "context.sh" which contains those information.
17:54:55
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma Does this help? 17:55:05
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord Yep, that was the missing link 17:55:32
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord That provides the source information. We can't currently use that in Talos, but that provides mechanism to be able to build a Talos provider for them. 17:56:32
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord If you could open an issue indicating the cloud provider and attaching that file/data, that would be the first place to start. If you want to work on a provider, we have a number of them, and we also include some community-supported ones. 17:58:02
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord If you're interested in working on that, I can show you where to start. 17:58:18
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma sure 17:59:18
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma it mean that we need a new iso release too? Do we have any alpha channel for iso releases? 18:00:25
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord Yeah, but just for testing, you can build your own. 18:03:04
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma Got it, let me know where to start 🙂 18:04:12
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma is it https://github.com/talos-systems/talos/tree/master/pkg/provision/providers 18:04:45
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord https://github.com/talos-systems/talos/tree/master/internal/app/machined/pkg/runtime/v1alpha1/platform 18:08:04
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma To be clear, we only need one implementation like this https://github.com/talos-systems/talos/blob/bf4c81e7da854b7e9491f4ecb6fce89b026f4a[…]p/machined/pkg/runtime/v1alpha1/platform/openstack/openstack.go, which basically mount and fetch required metadata from the file. We would need to create a new image with platform=opennebula harcoded, correct? 18:25:42
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02NFUWREBU:matrix.orgRohit Verma Which platform is more likely behaving in similar way i.e. only have mount file and no metadata apis 18:28:11
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord Good question; I don't know off-hand. Let me take a look 18:58:35
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord nocloud is probably a good choice. It has two options (configfromNetwork and configFromCD), but you'd only need the latter. 19:02:02
@_slack_taloscommunity_U01KBMGPMQD:matrix.orgBjörn Runåker
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_U01URQANXC0:matrix.org
which talos version did you use with sidero?
I think I used the latest, but I had to use 0.4.4 of clusterctl as suggested somewhere in Slack. Client: Tag: v0.13.3 SHA: 193599d7 Built: Go version: go1.17.1 OS/Arch: linux/amd64 Server: NODE: 192.168.0.93 Tag: v0.13.0 SHA: 04ebab93 Built: Go version: go1.17.1 OS/Arch: linux/amd64 Enabled: RBAC
19:06:52
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord That /dev/sr0 device you found should have a filesystem label, which you'll slot in in place of cidata in configISOLabel 19:07:00
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02N5BH94US:matrix.orgJoe Carter
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Yep, reset has options to do selective wipe, but default behavior is to reset the node so it can be reinstalled. Probably not much use for RPi
Safe for me to downgrade from your custom build to https://taloscommunity.slack.com/archives/CEH241STU/p1638209496067100 now that it's made it into a stable release? Or am I better off staying on 0.14.x?
20:49:41
@_slack_taloscommunity_UGL0YU56H:matrix.organdrey
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_U02N5BH94US:matrix.org
Safe for me to downgrade from your custom build to https://taloscommunity.slack.com/archives/CEH241STU/p1638209496067100 now that it's made it into a stable release? Or am I better off staying on 0.14.x?
yep, it should be safe, as the fix was backported to 0.13.4
20:50:33
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02PC1BTSG0:matrix.orgCosmin V. Miron
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_UGL0YU56H:matrix.org
but probably we should do a FAQ like that
Would be really helpfull, in my opinion there is easier for new adopters to addopt anything when properly examples and working are gave in place.
20:56:49
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02PC1BTSG0:matrix.orgCosmin V. Miron Just noticed a new release, is there a simple way to upgrade all nodes? 20:58:36
@_slack_taloscommunity_U02PC1BTSG0:matrix.orgCosmin V. Miron talosctl upgrade? 20:59:21
@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.orgSeán C McCord
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_U02PC1BTSG0:matrix.org
Just noticed a new release, is there a simple way to upgrade all nodes?
talosctl upgrade will upgrade a node at a time, yes. We still have to go back and fix our upgrade controller for full cluster upgrades.
21:05:43
@_slack_taloscommunity_UGL0YU56H:matrix.organdrey
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_UJYGJM76W:matrix.org
talosctl upgrade will upgrade a node at a time, yes. We still have to go back and fix our upgrade controller for full cluster upgrades.
talos.dev doesn't open for me right now, but we have docs there on upgrades
21:06:14
@_slack_taloscommunity_U017CK35MFA:matrix.orgartem
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_UGL0YU56H:matrix.org
talos.dev doesn't open for me right now, but we have docs there on upgrades
https://www.talos.dev/docs/v0.13/guides/upgrading-talos/#talosctl-upgrade
21:06:48
@_slack_taloscommunity_U01KBMGPMQD:matrix.orgBjörn Runåker How is Nvidia GPU enabled? In Kubespray we can use nvidia-docker. How is it done here? Can we use Nvidia GPU Operator? Is it tested? 21:50:06
@_slack_taloscommunity_UGL0YU56H:matrix.organdrey
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_U01KBMGPMQD:matrix.org
How is Nvidia GPU enabled? In Kubespray we can use nvidia-docker. How is it done here? Can we use Nvidia GPU Operator? Is it tested?
Talos atm doesn't have proprietary NVIDIA kernel module
21:51:06
@_slack_taloscommunity_U01KBMGPMQD:matrix.orgBjörn Runåker
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_UGL0YU56H:matrix.org
Talos atm doesn't have proprietary NVIDIA kernel module
Is possible to add machines (Ubuntu) running nvidia-docker to Talos managed cluster? Is it possible to use KubeSpan for this?
22:06:37
@_slack_taloscommunity_U01KBMGPMQD:matrix.orgBjörn Runåker
In reply to@_slack_taloscommunity_U01KBMGPMQD:matrix.org
Is possible to add machines (Ubuntu) running nvidia-docker to Talos managed cluster? Is it possible to use KubeSpan for this?
I see the chapter in Talos doc about customization of the kernel. Has someone got nvidia drivers built using this?
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