Cloudstack has config drive support for shared network without service.
1. Create a shared network offering without any service (In advanced zone)
2. Create a shared network using above offering.
3. Deploy VM in this network. log in to the VM and see the device by label
(config). You will find the config drive.
On Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 4:06 PM, Helge Waastad <he...@waastad.org> wrote:
> Im testing out RancherOS in ACS and have a couple of issues.
> First, it seems that RancherOS does not support cloudstack datasource for
> meta/userdata but that I need to take with Rancher guys.
> But, in openstack I can always use configdrive to get userdata to my vm.
> Is it possible to use configdrive in acs? (i have'nt had any luck yet)
> Br hw
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