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9d138d3... by Chad Smith

releasing cloud-init version 23.2-0ubuntu0~18.04.1

03c6eed... by Chad Smith

update changelog (new upstream snapshot)

7f703be... by Chad Smith

sync released debian/changelog from upstream/ubuntu/bionic-23.1.x

82e7291... by Chad Smith

refresh patches against 23.2


ef447a3... by Chad Smith

merge from 23.2 at 23.2

cdc24d8... by Chad Smith

Release 23.2

Bump the version in cloudinit/ to 23.2 and
update ChangeLog

- sync ChangeLog docs from upstream/23.1.x branch

2f83ab4... by =?utf-8?q?Mina_Gali=C4=87?= <email address hidden>

BSD: simplify finding MBR partitions by removing duplicate code

Sponsored by: The FreeBSD Foundation

Co-authored-by: Alberto Contreras <email address hidden>
Co-authored-by: Chad Smith <email address hidden>

Fixes: #2168

1072102... by Chad Smith

tests: bump pycloudlib version for mantic builds

f663e94... by Anirban Sinha

network-manager: Set higher autoconnect priority for nm keyfiles (#3671)

cloud init generated keyfiles by network manager renderer for network
interfaces can sometimes conflict with existing keyfiles that are left as an
artifact of an upgrade process or are old user generated keyfiles. When two
such keyfiles are present, the existing keyfile can take precedence over the
cloud init generated keyfile making the later ineffective. Removing the old
keyfile blindly by cloud init would also not be correct since there would be
no way to enforce a different interface configuration if one needs it.

This change adds an autoconnect-priority value for cloud init generated keyfile
so that the cloud init configuration takes precedence over the existing old
keyfile configuration in the default case. The priority values range from 0
to 999. We set a value of 120 so that it would be high enough in the default
case and result in cloud init keyfile to take precedence but not too high so
that if the user generated keyfile needs to take precedence, the user can do
so by using a higher value than the one used by cloud init key file, between
the values 121 and 999.

RHBZ: 2196231

Signed-off-by: Ani Sinha <email address hidden>

2a92773... by Dermot Bradley change the locale file used (#4139)

Rather than modifying the standard Alpine-managed locale file instead
create a new cloud-init specific locale file in the same directory.
This file will be read/processed by Alpine in sequence and take effect
- this avoids modifying the OS-packaged file.