Created by Ryan Harper on 2016-06-06 and last modified on 2016-06-06
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287. By Ryan Harper on 2016-06-06

Add cloud-config-drive utility

286. By Ryan Harper on 2016-03-28

from trunk.config-drive

285. By Scott Moser on 2016-03-11

support --vendor-data

284. By Scott Moser on 2016-03-11

improvements to tar seed

dsmode does not mean which to seed in interestingly.
we likely want to seed dslocal and use dsmode=net

283. By Scott Moser on 2016-03-03

add support for 'tar' output file

282. By Scott Moser on 2016-02-25

add --network-config to support feeding network config

As part of cloud-init networking, we want to support a
network config yaml.

281. By Scott Moser on 2016-02-01

ubuntu-cloudimg-query: support arch input of 'powerpc' and 's390x'

cloud images are now available for s390 and support powerpc there also.

280. By Scott Moser on 2016-01-27

mount-image-callback: better waiting for devices

on power8 systems we were failing to mount partitioned images.
The reason was mostly that we were looking for nbd0p1 too quickly.
The change here is to wait with 'sfdisk' to return success on the
nbd device. That should then indicate it is ready to use.

We use it to determine if 'auto' (no --partition flag) should
be 0 or 1. We can then wait more intently for the block device
to appear as we know whether or not nbd0p1 *should* appear.

279. By Scott Moser on 2016-01-19

sync packaging with what is in xenial and split euca2ools pieces

Syncing the packaging with Ubuntu will just make management easier.
Then, we split the cloud-publish-* packages to a cloud-utils-euca
package. Because these were a part of cloud-image-utils, anything
that used that (such as for cloud-image-query) would end up pulling
in euca2ools. The largest pain of that was in getting python2 into
ubuntu cloud images.

278. By Scott Moser on 2015-11-04

mount-image-callback: use qemu-nbd --read-only for safer read only

use qemu-nbd --read-only when using qemu and mounting read-only.
The value in this is that the block device appears read-only in this

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