On 1/22/19 3:08 PM, Bob Gustafson wrote:
> On 1/22/19 12:02 PM, Dusty Mabe wrote:
>> On 1/22/19 12:48 PM, Bob Gustafson wrote:
>>> I seem to be collecting boxes loaded up with atomic|coreos. Every two
>>> weeks, I download and install a few copies of the latest Release.
>> That's awesome!
>>> I have local servers I could use for a local repository. Any
>>> recommendations on a script for offloading the downloads to a local
>> What specifically are you downloading? The ISO images? The Cloud images?
>> The repo itself?
> I just type 'atomic host upgrade' and then a few minutes later 'sudo
> systemctl reboot' and then a couple minutes later, reconnect with ssh.
> Originally, I used the iso bootstrap image to get things going from bare
> metal, but now the upgrade process just grabs what it needs.
Right. For atomic host you can set up your own ostree server and use that
as a mirror in your local network if you like.
Vadim provided some commands  you can run to mirror things
For your case you will want to mirror the `fedora/29/x86_64/atomic-host` ref
and then update your remote file under /etc/ostree/remotes.d/ directory to point
to your host in your local network.
See also the following two sections from a previous blog post I did  on
hosting your own server:
- Hosting The OSTree Repository Over HTTP
- Rebasing Clients To The New OSTree