cloud-init:ubuntu/disco

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ca12313... by Chad Smith on 2019-12-03

releasing cloud-init version 19.3-41-gc4735dd3-0ubuntu1~19.04.1

15559ef... by Chad Smith on 2019-12-03

update changelog (New upstream snapshot 19.3-41-gc4735dd3).

fddd421... by Chad Smith on 2019-12-03

merge from origin/master at 19.3-41-gc4735dd3

c4735dd... by Eric Lafontaine <email address hidden> on 2019-12-03

Fix linting failure in test_url_helper (#83)

f69d33a... by Chad Smith on 2019-12-02

url_helper: read_file_or_url should pass headers param into readurl (#66)

Headers param was accidentally omitted and no longer passed through to
readurl due to a previous commit.

To avoid this omission of params in the future, drop positional param
definitions from read_file_or_url and pass all kwargs through to readurl
when we are not operating on a file.

In util:read_seeded, correct the case where invalid positional param
file_retries was being passed into read_file_or_url.

Also drop duplicated file:// prefix addition from read_seeded because
read_file_or_url does that work anyway.

LP: #1854084

f1a73f5... by Eric Lafontaine on 2019-12-02

lp-to-git-users: adding elafontaine (#74)

Mapped from eric-lafontaine1

4280c98... by Xiaofeng Wang on 2019-12-02

lp-to-git-users: adding xiaofengw-vmware

Mapped from xiaofengw

10885c5... by Igor Galić <email address hidden> on 2019-11-27

dmidecode: log result *after* stripping \n

This makes for a slightly prettier and less confusing log.

aa3e496... by Ahmed on 2019-11-26

cloud_tests: add azure platform support to integration tests

Added Azure to cloud tests supporting upstream integration testing.

Implement the inherited platform classes, Azure configurations
to release/platform, and docs on how to run Azure CI.

b6055c4... by Igor Galić <email address hidden> on 2019-11-26

set_passwords: support for FreeBSD (#46)

Allow setting of user passwords on FreeBSD

The www/chpasswd utility which we depended on for FreeBSD installations
does *not* do the same thing as the equally named Linux utility.

For FreeBSD, we now use the pw(8) utility (which can only process one
user at a time)

Additionally, we abstract expire passwd into a function, and override it
in the FreeBSD distro class.

Co-Authored-By: Chad Smith <email address hidden>