I spent all day yesterday trying to get #terraform to provision some #fedora CoreOS and #RHCOS VMs, but I think I'm going to give up on getting Terraform to generate the ignition files, and injecting them through oVirt. I think the oVirt Ignition support is still a bit buggy.
Instead I'm going to just use terraform to build some blank VMs, and PXE boot them and point them to the ignition scripts.
@mhamzahkhan just out of interest, how do you handle backups in your clusters? It's currently one of my biggest concerns especially since I don't want to develop an own backup mechanism for each application in the cluster.
@sheogorath I'm using https://velero.io/ to backup K8S resources, which drops them into a S3 bucket. It's supposed to be able to backup persistent volume as well, but as I'm using TrueNAS for my persistent storage, I just create a ZFS snapshot of all the PVs, and send the snapshots to another machine.
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