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How to create a droplet with an ignition script larger than 64kb?
I am trying to install OpenShift on Fedora CoreOS machines.
I uploaded the image from https://getfedora.org/coreos/download?tab=cloud_operators&stream=stable
and generated my ignition files with the openshift-installer:
Unfortunately the bootstrap.ign embeds encoded scripts which sums up to a ~300KB file size.
When I copy/paste it in the user-data of the droplet creation form, I get the error message that the file size exceeds the 64KB limit…
I tried to make another ignition file which download bootstrap.ign and then run coreos-installer with systemd but the filesystem (dev/vda) is busy (running the unit happens too late in the installation process).
What can I do? How can I get around that limitation?
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