Fedora 40 CoreOS Test Day

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aarch64

Username Profile AWS GCP Virtual install Bare Metal install Raspberry Pi 4 Comments
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apiaseck t2.micro, 1vCPU, 20GB, eu-central-1a [1] 1. I successfully ran an instance, but failed ssh'ing into it. Ihad to configure multiple AWS-related mechanisms to run an instance through `aws ec2 run-instances`.
apiaseck Raspberry Pi 4, 4GB
apiaseck t2.micro, 1vCPU, 20GB, eu-central-1a [1] 1. An update of the documentation is required, related to creating VPC, security groups and key pairs. Also, the manual assignment of elastic IP addresses and modification of inbound rules for the security group should be mentioned. I will look into that in the coming week.
hricky Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.4, 8 GB [1] 1. Both U-Boot and EDK2 boot methods work.

ppc64le

Username Profile Virtual install Bare Metal install IBM Cloud Comments
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marmijo libvirt, 40.20240331.1.0-qemu.ppc64le.qcow2

s390x

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dustymabe bx2-2x8

x86_64

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aaradhak libvirt,qemu - Fedora CoreOS 40.20240331.1.0 [1] 1. Expected results : PASSED The system runs in a virtual machine according to the instructions. I can read the IP address of the machine from the serial console. I can connect to the machine via SSH. The linked documentation is clear, all steps are understandable, and nothing important is missing from it.
danniel FCOS Live DVD 40.20240322.1.0
danniel FCOS Live DVD 40.20240322.1.0 - Gigabyte H81M-H , 8GB DDR3 ,
danniel FCOS Live DVD 40.20240322.1.0 - Gigabyte H81M-H , 8GB DDR3 , i5-4440
ersen FCOS 40.20240322.1.0
garrmcnu 40.20240331.1.0 QEMU
hricky CPU: Pentium Dual-Core E6300, MB: Gigabyte G41M-ES2L, RAM: 4GB, 40.20240331.1.0-live.x86_64.iso
hricky libvirt, 40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2
mythcat https://linux-hardware.org/?probe=a0cd8c1b40
plugs qemu,fedora-coreos-39.20240309.3.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2
ydesouza ThinkPad T400 | QEMU | Fedora CoreOS FCOS 40.20240322.1.0

Platforms launch

Username Profile Alibaba AWS Azure DigitalOcean Exoscale GCP Hyper-v IBM Cloud Kubevirt Nutanix OpenStack VirtualBox VMWare Vultr Comments
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apiaseck t2.micro, 1vCPU, 20GB, eu-central-1a [1] 1. I successfully ran the instance using a simple ignition file but failed to ssh into it. had to configure multiple AWS-related mechanisms to run an instance through `aws ec2 run-instances`.
apiaseck 40.20240331.1.0, 2 GB RAM / 60 GB / SFO2 [1] 1. Everything worked as expected, documentation was clear and concise.
apiaseck AWS, m5zn.metal [1] 1. Using bgilbert's script AWS Instance was created successfully, but I failed to establish connection through the xfreerdp in the generated connect.sh script.
apiaseck t2.micro, 40.20240331.1.0 [1] 1. An update of the documentation is required, related to creating VPC, security groups and key pairs. Also, the manual assignment of elastic IP addresses and modification of inbound rules for the security group should be mentioned. I will look into that in the coming week.
brianmcarey Fedora CoreOS 40.20240331.1.0 [1] 1. Tested on KubeVirt v1.2
fifofonix [1] 1. Created and successfully SSH'd to a Fedora40 `next` VMWare vSphere node following the govc-based test case steps for creation from a template (as opposed to a library template).
hhei Borrow account and test fedora-coreos-40.20240331.1.0-aliyun.x86_64.qcow2 with ecs.t6-c1m1.large [1] 1. Launch success.
hhei Test fedora-coreos-40.20240331.1.0-azure.x86_64.vhd on Azure [1] 1. Launch gen1/gen2, both can start.
marmijo t5.large, 1vCPU, 20GB, us-east-2
mnguyen [1] 1. ibmcloud version 2.24 and higher require `Allow source IP spoofing` set to `true` in order to launch an instance. Older versions can launch without issue. https://cloud.ibm.com/docs/vpc?topic=vpc-vni-api-introduction was introduced in March 2024.
mythcat https://linux-hardware.org/?probe=a0cd8c1b40
ravanelli 40.20240331.1.0
ravanelli VirtualBox 7.0.10 r158379

Advanced configuration

Username Profile Static networking Complex partitioning Building containers Containerized service Kernel Tuning (sysctl) Modifying Kernel Arguments OS extensions Comments
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Nemric PXE booted FCOS 40.20240322.1.0 on Baremetal [1] [2] [3] 1. Mount /var for persistent datas for PXE storage: filesystems: - path: /var device: /dev/sda format: xfs label: Var wipe_filesystem: false with_mount_unit: true
2. Facing issue https://github.com/containers/podman/issues/22109 in a Jenkins "podman build" caused by default pasta network use, using rootless podman remote with rootfull server, should be fixed in Podman 5.0.1 Didn't run tests with docker
3. Set kernel.domainname in /etc/sysctl.d/90-domainname.conf
Nemric PXE booted FCOS 40.20240331.1.0 on Baremetal [1] 1. Facing issue https://github.com/containers/podman/issues/22109 in a Jenkins "podman build" caused by default pasta network use, using rootless podman remote with rootfull server, should be fixed in Podman 5.0.1 Didn't run tests with docker
brianmcarey Fedora CoreOS 40.20240331.1.0
danniel FCOS Live DVD 40.20240322.1.0 - Gigabyte H81M-H , 8GB DDR3 , i5-4440
hricky CPU: Pentium Dual-Core E6300, MB: Gigabyte G41M-ES2L, RAM: 4GB, 40.20240331.1.0-live.x86_64.iso [1] 1. Tested various partition configurations on a Bare Metal machine with 4 HHDs attached.
hricky libvirt, 40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2 [1] [2] 1. Change the root filesystem to btrfs and Add a separate /var partition to the primary disk
2. Layer vim and python3. Vim is the default text editor and the Python HTTP server is accessible from the host.
jbtrystram fedora-coreos-40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2 on QEMU

Really Advanced Config

Username Profile Configuring SwapOnZRAM Configuring Time Zone Debugging with Toolbox Customizing NIC name Setting alternatives Node counting KDump via Ignition Nmstate Comments
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Nemric PXE booted FCOS 40.20240322.1.0 on Baremetal [1] 1. Issue https://github.com/coreos/fedora-coreos-tracker/issues/1296 seems to be resolved
Nemric PXE booted FCOS 40.20240331.1.0 on Baremetal
aaradhak libvirt,qemu - Fedora CoreOS 40.20240331.1.0
apiaseck 40.20240331.1.0, 2 GB RAM / 60 GB [1] 1. Tested via DigitalOcean droplet - everything worked as expected.
hhei Test fedora-coreos-40.20240331.1.0 with qemu [1] 1. Result looks good
hricky libvirt, 40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2 [1] [2] 1. It works as expected.
2. systemd Link File and Udev Rules work on two NICs simultaneously, with static IPs assigned.
jbtrystram [1] [2] 1. tested on QEMU with fedora-coreos-40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2
2. work as expected on fedora-coreos-40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2
sumantrom KVM

Upgrade

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aaradhak fedora:fedora/x86_64/coreos/next- 40.20240331.1.0 [1] [2] 1. The system successfully reboots and runs on the next stream. The system is functional The linked documentation is clear, all steps are understandable, and nothing important is missing from it.
2. The system successfully reboots and runs on the next stream with the latest bootloader.
hricky libvirt, 40.20240331.1.0-qemu.x86_64.qcow2 [1] 1. Trying to rebase from stable to next with vim layered results in conflicting requests. Otherwise all rebases, manual and temporary rollbacks work as expected.

Tutorials

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Miscellaneous

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