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You can provision a FCOS instance using the Exoscale https://portal.exoscale.com/compute/instances/add[Web Portal] or via the https://community.exoscale.com/documentation/tools/exoscale-command-line-interface/[Exoscale CLI].
You will need to use at least version https://github.com/exoscale/cli/releases/tag/v1.54.0[v1.54.0] of the Exoscale CLI.
Do not use the `--cloud-init-compress` argument to the CLI. It causes the Ignition config to be passed compressed to the instance and https://github.com/coreos/fedora-coreos-tracker/issues/1160[Ignition doesn't tolerate that].
Launching a new instance with Exoscale CLI
NAME='worker'
TYPE='standard.medium'
DISK='10' # in GiB
SSHKEY='mykey'
TEMPLATE=$TEMPLATE # template name set above
exo compute instance create $NAME \
--disk-size $DISK \
--ssh-key $SSHKEY \
--template $TEMPLATE \
--template-visibility private \
--cloud-init "path/to/ignition-file.ign"
If just SSH access is desired and no further customization is required, you don't need to pass any Ignition file and you can omit the `--cloud-init` argument.
You can find out the instance's assigned IP by running `exo compute instance show $NAME`
You now should be able to SSH into the instance using the associated IP address.
Example connecting
ssh core@<ip address>