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a0cc273... by Dan Watkins

distros/freebsd: clean up variable name for consistency

176b755... by Dan Watkins

distros: fix confusing variable names

Building the subp arguments for a `useradd` call in a variable named
`adduser_cmd` is extremely confusing; let's not do that.

(This also changes the snap variable to something more apropos.)

7f67425... by Chad Smith

azure/net: generate_fallback_nic emits network v2 config instead of v1

The function generate_fallback_config is used by Azure by default when
not consuming IMDS configuration data. This function is also used by any
datasource which does not implement it's own network config. This simple
fallback configuration sets up dhcp on the most likely NIC. It will now
emit network v2 instead of network v1.

This is a step toward moving all components talking in v2 and allows us
to avoid costly conversions between v1 and v2 for newer distributions
which rely on netplan.

1558472... by Rick Wright

Add support for publishing host keys to GCE guest attributes

This adds an empty publish_host_keys() method to the default datasource
that is called by cc_ssh.py. This feature can be controlled by the
'ssh_publish_hostkeys' config option. It is enabled by default but can
be disabled by setting 'enabled' to false. Also, a blacklist of key
types is supported.

In addition, this change implements ssh_publish_hostkeys() for the GCE
datasource, attempting to write the hostkeys to the instance's guest
attributes. Using these hostkeys for ssh connections is currently
supported by the alpha version of Google's 'gcloud' command-line tool.

(On Google Compute Engine, this feature will be enabled by setting the
'enable-guest-attributes' metadata key to 'true' for the
project/instance that you would like to use this feature for. When
connecting to the instance for the first time using 'gcloud compute ssh'
the hostkeys will be read from the guest attributes for the instance and
written to the user's local known_hosts file for Google Compute Engine
instances.)

4dfed67... by Chris Glass

New data source for the Exoscale.com cloud platform

- dsidentify switches to the new Exoscale datasource on matching DMI name
- New Exoscale datasource added

Signed-off-by: Mathieu Corbin <email address hidden>

6718b86... by Dan Watkins

doc: remove intersphinx extension

We don't use it in our doc builds, and if sphinx.pocoo.org is down then
it causes doc build issues.

88092ee... by Dan Watkins

cc_set_passwords: rewrite documentation

What we had previously was inaccurate in a few respects.

LP: #1838794

496aaa9... by Dan Watkins

net/cmdline: split interfaces_by_mac and init network config determination

Previously "cmdline" network configuration could be either
user-specified network-config=... configuration data, or
initramfs-provided configuration data. Before data sources could modify
the order in which network config sources were considered, this
conflation didn't matter (and, indeed, in the default data source
configuration it will continue to not matter).

However, it _is_ desirable for a data source to be able to specify that
its network configuration should be preferred over the
initramfs-provided network configuration but still allow explicit
network-config=... configuration passed to the kernel cmdline to
continue to override both of those sources.

(This also modifies the Oracle data source to use read_initramfs_config
directly, which is effectively what it was using
read_kernel_cmdline_config for previously.)

1dbede6... by Dan Watkins

stages: allow data sources to override network config source order

Currently, if a platform provides any network configuration via the
"cmdline" method (i.e. network-data=... on the kernel command line,
ip=... on the kernel command line, or iBFT config via /run/net-*.conf),
the value of the data source's network_config property is completely
ignored.

This means that on platforms that use iSCSI boot (such as Oracle Compute
Infrastructure), there is no way for the data source to configure any
network interfaces other than those that have already been configured by
the initramfs.

This change allows data sources to specify the order in which network
configuration sources are considered. Data sources that opt to use this
mechanism will be expected to consume the command line network data and
integrate it themselves.

(The generic merging of network configuration sources was considered,
but we concluded that the single use case we have presently (a) didn't
warrant the increased complexity, and (b) didn't give us a broad enough
view to be sure that our generic implementation would be sufficiently
generic. This change in no way precludes a merging strategy in future.)

a02c0c9... by Ryan Harper

cloud_tests: updates and fixes

- Update paramiko and cryptography module versions (2.4.2) to
  address issues with algo and deprecation warnings.
- Modify ssh keypair generation to work with updated paramiko
- tools/xkvm sync with newer version from curtin
- Update NoCloudKvm instance.py to work with updated xkvm
  - pass -name to instance, useful for debugging on shared host
  - Add cache_mode platform config; default to cache=none,aio=native
- Switch to yaml.safe_load() in platforms.py