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Before provisioning an FCOS machine, you must have an Ignition configuration file containing your customizations. If you do not have one, see xref:producing-ign.adoc[Producing an Ignition File].
s3cmd put --acl-public "fedora-coreos-${FCOS_VERSION}-vultr.x86_64.raw" "s3://${BUCKET}/"
Create the snapshot from your object URL, and note its ID.
Creating a snapshot
Example connecting
Fedora CoreOS comes in three streams, with different update schedules per stream. These steps show the `stable` stream as an example, but can be used for other streams too.
Fedora CoreOS has a default `core` user that can be used to explore the OS. If you want to use it, finalize its xref:authentication.adoc[configuration] by providing e.g. an SSH key.
Fetch the latest image suitable for your target stream (or https://getfedora.org/coreos/download/[download and verify] it from the web).
https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-use-s3cmd-with-vultr-object-storage[Use s3cmd to upload] the raw image to your bucket, and note its public URL.
If you do not want to use Ignition to get started, you can make use of the https://coreos.github.io/afterburn/platforms/[Afterburn support].
vultr-cli snapshot create-url -u "${IMAGE_URL}"
Launching an instance from a snapshot
vultr-cli instance create --region "${REGION}" --plan "${PLAN}" \
--snapshot "${SNAPSHOT_ID}" --label "${NAME}" --host "${NAME}" \
--userdata "$(cat example.ign)"
Provisioning Fedora CoreOS on Vultr
See https://www.vultr.com/docs/vultr-object-storage[Vultr documentation] for further details on how to create a bucket and configure `s3cmd` to use it.
ssh core@<ip address>
coreos-installer download -s "${STREAM}" -p vultr -f raw.xz --decompress
These steps show how to download a FCOS image and upload it to an existing storage bucket, in order to create a snapshot from that.
This example creates a 2 vCPU, 4GB RAM instance named `instance1` in the New Jersey region. Use `vultr-cli regions list` and `vultr-cli plans list` for other options.