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<jdoss> I ran sgdisk --zap-all again while in the emergency shell and it worked fine.
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<jdoss> Blah. More issues. Timeouts on partitioning now. https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/VdBMuHvg/image.png
<jdoss> err on making the filesystems
<bgilbert> jdoss: haven't seen the first error before, odd
<bgilbert> could you post your Ignition config?
<bgilbert> or Butane, preferably
<jdoss> I ran into another one where you can't have the md named `/dev/md/root` specifically.
<jdoss> yah let me toss it up on a gist and clean it of my super secret secrets
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<jdoss> I figure this is the only important thing since it is what is failing.
<bgilbert> jdoss: hmm. is the idea that you're booting from a different disk than any of these?
<jdoss> booting from the RAID
<bgilbert> well, you're not using the boot_device sugar, which is okay, but then you're responsible for _all_ of the partitioning
<bgilbert> this doesn't have /boot or the ESP
<bgilbert> (or the BIOS boot partition, in case you're BIOS booting)
<jdoss> ok I can add that in, but it's not timing out on that stuff
<jdoss> I will add it in and give it another go
<bgilbert> I understand
<bgilbert> but I can guarantee that this config won't work :-)
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<bgilbert> any reason you don't want to use the sugar?
<jdoss> fair, fair.
<jdoss> I don't know what I don't know at this point. This is my first shot at using the RAID features in FCOS.
<bgilbert> I'd recommend you use the sugar if you don't have a reason to do otherwise
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<bgilbert> and the other problem is that "device: /dev/disk/by-partlabel/var-home" isn't correct
<bgilbert> there's a var-home RAID array but no var-home GPT partition
<jdoss> I guess I am not following.
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<bgilbert> line 45 should be "device: /dev/md/var-home"
<jdoss> Yep, gahh!
<jdoss> Can I use by-id/wwn- IDs for the boot sugar?
<jdoss> or do I need to use /dev/sda etc
<bgilbert> I think the WWNs should work
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<jdoss> I'll give it a shot
<jdoss> Stupid mistake on my end on that partition. Thanks for that.
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<bgilbert> np!
<jdoss> bgilbert: Reprovisoning now. I will let you know how it goes
<bgilbert> +1
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<jdoss> bgilbert No dice. Another error I think related to adding in the boot sugar with old partitions already present https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/8WDGQ824/image.png
<bgilbert> could you post your new config?
<bgilbert> jdoss: ^
<jdoss> updating that gist sec
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<bgilbert> jdoss: if you run that through Butane, you'll see it produces a bit of a mess wrt partition tables
<bgilbert> you have some redundant stuff in there
<bgilbert> Butane will let you do some overriding of the desugared output, but you have to match it
<bgilbert> I'd drop the wipe_table on the rootfs disks (technically correct, but confusing) and the start_mib and number on raid-root-1, then rename it to root-1 to match Butane
<bgilbert> doesn't work, hmm
<jdoss> updated that gist
<bgilbert> does work; I had typoed my copy
<jdoss> Story of my life.
<bgilbert> oh, and stop defining fcos-root
<bgilbert> raid or filesystem. Butane will do that
<jdoss> Remove the filesystem directives for fcos-root
<jdoss> and remove wipe_table on partitions
<bgilbert> also removed a few redundant keys
<jdoss> how does butane know that I want RAID1 or is that the default?
<jdoss> on the root
<bgilbert> boot_device.mirror only supports RAID1
<bgilbert> however
<bgilbert> I think you can define a RAID device matching the name Butane picks, and specify a different RAID level
<bgilbert> sugar is supposed to be overridable in a natural way
<jdoss> your example is confusing at first
<jdoss> I thought you ditched some raid directives but they are just combo'ed (line 14 for example)
<bgilbert> I ditched some stuff that just restates the defaults
<jdoss> I am going to try and document that better.
<bgilbert> sure
<jdoss> bgilbert: Reprovisoning
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<jdoss> bgilbert: hell yeah we are up
<bgilbert> 🎉
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<aleskandro[m]> hello, some time ago, I overrode the kernel package to use in an installation via rpm-ostree override replace --experimental --from repo=..... Now, I want to upgrade to a new base image that ships a new kernel and I get into an error as the new kernel packages conflict with the layered ones. The update is being done from a base image to the new one available in a remote registry with rpm-ostree update (ie., not rebasing to a
<aleskandro[m]> new image-tag pair). Is there a specific procedure I should follow to avoid removing the layered kernel, upgrade and layering again?
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<travier[m]> aleskandro: If you have a local override and want to use the new kernel from the new image then you need to rpm-ostree override reset to remove the local override
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<aleskandro[m]> Hi travier I don't want to use the new kernel but want to keep on that. It's actually a remoteOverride, not a local one
<aleskandro[m]> s/that/the version I overrode with/
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<travier[m]> aleskandro: I don't understand what you have, what you're pulling, what you want. Maybe you should write a more descriptive post on the forums so that we can answer that
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