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~ # for i in 0 1 2; do
cbsd bcreate jconf=/root/instance.jconf jname="controller-$i" \
ci_ip4_addr="10.240.0.1${i}/8" ci_jname="controller-$i" \
ci_fqdn="controller-${i}.hardk8s.local" ip_addr="10.240.0.1${i}" \
imgsize="30g" vm_cpus="2" vm_ram="8g"
done
Global VM ZFS guid: 18240384265212679365
To edit VM properties use: cbsd bconfig jname=controller-0
To start VM use: cbsd bstart controller-0
To stop VM use: cbsd bstop controller-0
To remove VM use: cbsd bremove controller-0
For attach VM console use: cbsd blogin controller-0
Creating controller-0 complete: Enjoy!
auto-generate cloud-init settings: /usr/cbsd/jails-system/controller-0/cloud-init
[ similar output for controller-1 and controller-2 ]
~ # for i in 0 1 2; do cbsd bstart jname="controller-$i"; done
cloud-init: enabled
Looks like /usr/cbsd/vm/controller-0/dsk1.vhd is empty.
May be you want to boot from CD?
[yes(1) or no(0)]
1
Temporary boot device: cd
vm_iso_path: 0
No such media: /usr/cbsd/src/iso/cbsd-cloud-cloud-Ubuntu-x86-20.04.1.raw in /usr/cbsd/src/iso
Shall i download it from: https://mirror.bsdstore.ru/cloud/?
[yes(1) or no(0)]
1
Download to: /usr/cbsd/src/iso/cbsd-cloud-cloud-Ubuntu-x86-20.04.1.raw
[ download output skipped ]
Eject cloud source: media mode=detach name=cloud-ubuntu-x86-20.04.1 path=/usr/cbsd/src/iso/cbsd-cloud-cloud-Ubuntu-x86-20.04.1.raw type=iso jname=controller-0
DELETE FROM media WHERE name="cloud-ubuntu-x86-20.04.1" AND path="/usr/cbsd/src/iso/cbsd-cloud-cloud-Ubuntu-x86-20.04.1.raw" AND jname="controller-0"
vm_iso_path: changed
Detach to: controller-0
All CD/ISO ejected: controller-0
VRDP is enabled. VNC bind/port: 127.0.0.1:5900
For attach VM console, use: vncviewer 127.0.0.1:5900
Resolution: 1024x768.
bhyve renice: 1
Waiting for PID.
PID: 76286
CBSD setup: bhyve ipfw counters num: 99/100
[ similar output for controller-1 and controller-2 ]
~ # for i in 0 1 2; do
cbsd bcreate jconf=/root/instance.jconf jname="worker-$i" \
ci_ip4_addr="10.240.0.2${i}/24" ci_jname="worker-$i" \
ci_fqdn="worker-${i}.hardk8s.local" ip_addr="10.240.0.2${i}" \
ci_pod_cidr="10.200.${i}.0/24"
done
Global VM ZFS guid: 11960195993976622261
To edit VM properties use: cbsd bconfig jname=worker-0
To start VM use: cbsd bstart worker-0
To stop VM use: cbsd bstop worker-0
To remove VM use: cbsd bremove worker-0
For attach VM console use: cbsd blogin worker-0
Creating worker-0 complete: Enjoy!
auto-generate cloud-init settings: /usr/cbsd/jails-system/worker-0/cloud-init
[ similar output for worker-1 and worker-2 ]
~ # for i in 0 1 2; do cbsd bstart jname="worker-$i"; done
[ similar output to controllers above ]
~ # cbsd bls
JNAME JID VM_RAM VM_CURMEM VM_CPUS PCPU VM_OS_TYPE IP4_ADDR STATUS VNC
controller-0 28798 8192 511 2 10 linux 10.240.0.10 On 127.0.0.1:5900
controller-1 30446 8192 506 2 14 linux 10.240.0.11 On 127.0.0.1:5901
controller-2 32153 8192 511 2 28 linux 10.240.0.12 On 127.0.0.1:5902
worker-0 8967 4096 868 1 0 linux 10.240.0.20 On 127.0.0.1:5903
worker-1 10657 4096 997 1 27 linux 10.240.0.21 On 127.0.0.1:5904
worker-2 12555 4096 975 1 28 linux 10.240.0.22 On 127.0.0.1:5905
# Prepare controller VMs -- does not boot the VM
for i in 0 1 2; do
cbsd bcreate jconf=/root/instance.jconf jname="controller-$i" \
ci_ip4_addr="10.240.0.1${i}/8" ci_jname="controller-$i" \
ci_fqdn="controller-${i}.hardk8s.local" ip_addr="10.240.0.1${i}" \
imgsize="30g" vm_cpus="2" vm_ram="8g"
done
# Boot the controller VMs
for i in 0 1 2; do cbsd bstart jname="controller-$i"; done
# Prepare the worker VMs -- note the additional ci_pod_cidr parameter
# Disk, cpu, and RAM settings use defaults in instance.jconf
for i in 0 1 2; do
cbsd bcreate jconf=/root/instance.jconf jname="worker-$i" \
ci_ip4_addr="10.240.0.2${i}/24" ci_jname="worker-$i" \
ci_fqdn="worker-${i}.hardk8s.local" ip_addr="10.240.0.2${i}" \
ci_pod_cidr="10.200.${i}.0/24"
done
# Boot the worker VMs
for i in 0 1 2; do cbsd bstart jname="worker-$i"; done
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