Running two hosts on the beta in my lab and so far have had no issues at all (touch wood). Looking forward to this hitting production.
@badrAZ Yep.. that did the trick..
All working now.. nice.
I'm trying to follow the directions here Docker-in-XCP-ng to get a core.os host working to play with docker on xcp.
However, I'm not getting far.
I have finally managed to get the coreos VM installed but I'm not seeing any sign of docker on the interface anywhere.
I'm can't ssh into the vm because it seems the ssh keys have been ignored from the cloud config (and I see from the core.os docs that cloud-config is deprecated anyway, not sure if that's the issue) so I'm stuck using the XEO console for the moment which is a pain because you can't paste into it.
I manually added my ssh keys to the core users .ssh/authorized_keys file, but to no avail.
Has anyone managed to get this working? I'm curious how.
I might also say, that although the coreOS vm is not saying that tools are not installed, I'm not seeing an IP address in the networking tab either.
OK, seems I wasn't trying hard enough.
I was trying to mount the tools under the iso list, but when I look further down the list to xc-ng Tools it turns out I can mount the tools from there as long as I do it manually (mount /dev/sr0 /media/blahblah).
Installed now, all good.
Groan... maybe testing with a machine what actually boots in kvm to start with would be a good idea... trust me to pick a broken machine to test with... now.. lets try that again shall we? Sorry for wasting your time all... will report back how I go with a working machine.