path: root/clusters/installer-build-system-x86_64.morph
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* Move extensions into a subdirectoryAdam Coldrick2015-06-021-4/+4
| | | | Change-Id: I12e7c03b30da78da1eb220d2826ce0003d6efe2e
* Add initramfs to outer installer for build-systemRichard Maw2015-03-311-1/+7
| | | | | | | It needs an initramfs to support UUID, without which you can't reliably determine which device should be used as the rootfs. Change-Id: If5f62428a299c1e06f55e15d0a0d8e3329362ab8
* Add the ability to deploy installer systems and add examples.Pedro Alvarez2014-12-101-0/+46
The installer-x86_64 system is a system that can be used to install other systems in an storage device. This system is intended to be booted by usb, pxeboot... to install a Baserock system in your local disk. The installer system requires the installer.configure extension to generate a configuration file located in /etc/install.conf. With this extension you can specify the following variables in a cluster morphology: - INSTALLER_TARGET_STORAGE_DEVICE: Target storage device to install the Baserock system. - INSTALLER_ROOTFS_TO_INSTALL: The location of the root filesystem that is going to be installed. - INSTALLER_POST_INSTALL_COMMAND: Commands that will be run after the installation finishes. It defaults to `reboot -f`. The installer-utils stratum is required to contain the installer-scripts chunk. This chunk contains the installer script that is going to be installed in /usr/lib/installer/ The clusters/installer-build-system-x86_64.morph file defines the deployment of a installer system as a rawdisk image. This installer system will install a build-system-x86_64 located in /rootfs into the /dev/sda device. Also this cluster defines a subsystem which is the build-system that is going to end up in /rootfs on the installer system.