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sovereign-stack/install.sh

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
# see https://www.sovereign-stack.org/management/
. ./defaults.sh
# the DISK variable here tells us which disk (partition) the admin wants to use for
# lxd resources. By default, we provision the disk under / as a loop device. Admin
# can override with CLI modifications.
DISK="rpool/lxd"
#DISK="/dev/sda1"
export DISK="$DISK"
# let's check to ensure the management machine is on the Baseline ubuntu 21.04
if ! lsb_release -d | grep -q "Ubuntu 22.04"; then
echo "ERROR: Your machine is not running the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS baseline OS on your management machine."
exit 1
fi
# install snap
if ! snap list | grep -q lxd; then
sudo snap install lxd
sleep 3
# run lxd init on the remote server./dev/nvme1n1
#
cat <<EOF | lxd init --preseed
config: {}
networks:
- config:
ipv4.address: auto
ipv4.dhcp: true
ipv4.nat: true
ipv6.address: none
description: "Default network bridge for ss-mgmt outbound network access."
name: lxdbr0
type: "bridge"
project: default
storage_pools:
- config:
source: ${DISK}
description: ""
name: sovereign-stack
driver: zfs
profiles:
- config: {}
description: ""
devices:
enp5s0:
name: enp5s0
network: lxdbr0
type: nic
root:
path: /
pool: sovereign-stack
type: disk
name: default
projects: []
cluster: null
EOF
fi
# pull the vm image down if it's not there.
if ! lxc image list | grep -q "$UBUNTU_BASE_IMAGE_NAME"; then
lxc image copy "images:$BASE_LXC_IMAGE" local: --alias "$UBUNTU_BASE_IMAGE_NAME" --vm --auto-update
fi
if ! lxc list --format csv | grep -q ss-mgmt; then
lxc init "images:$BASE_LXC_IMAGE" ss-mgmt --vm -c limits.cpu=4 -c limits.memory=4GiB
# mount the pre-verified sovereign stack git repo into the new vm
lxc config device add ss-mgmt sscode disk source="$(pwd)" path=/home/ubuntu/sovereign-stack
fi
if lxc list --format csv | grep -q "ss-mgmt,STOPPED"; then
lxc start ss-mgmt
sleep 15
fi
. ./management/wait_for_lxc_ip.sh
# TODO wait for cloud-init to finish (but in the VM)
# while [ ! -f /var/lib/cloud/instance/boot-finished ]; do
# sleep 1
# done
# now run the mgmt provisioning script.
SSH_PUBKEY_PATH="$HOME/.ssh/id_rsa.pub"
if [ -f "$SSH_PUBKEY_PATH" ]; then
lxc file push "$SSH_PUBKEY_PATH" ss-mgmt/home/ubuntu/.ssh/authorized_keys
else
echo "ERROR: You need to generate an SSH key."
exit 1
fi
lxc file push ./management/bash_profile ss-mgmt/home/ubuntu/.bash_profile
lxc file push ./management/bashrc ss-mgmt/home/ubuntu/.bashrc
lxc file push ./management/motd ss-mgmt/etc/update-motd.d/sovereign-stack
lxc exec ss-mgmt apt-get update
lxc exec ss-mgmt -- apt-get install -y openssh-server
lxc file push ./management/sshd_config ss-mgmt/etc/ssh/sshd_config
lxc exec ss-mgmt -- sudo systemctl restart sshd
# make the Sovereign Stack commands available to the user via ~/.bashrc
# we use ~/.bashrc
ADDED_COMMAND=false
if ! < "$HOME/.bashrc" grep -q "ss-manage"; then
echo "alias ss-manage='$(pwd)/manage.sh \$@'" >> "$HOME/.bashrc"
ADDED_COMMAND=true
fi
wait-for-it -t 300 "$IP_V4_ADDRESS:22" > /dev/null 2>&1
# Let's remove any entry in our known_hosts, then add it back.
# we are using IP address here so we don't have to rely on external DNS
# configuration for the base image preparataion.
ssh-keygen -R "$IP_V4_ADDRESS"
ssh-keyscan -H -t ecdsa "$IP_V4_ADDRESS" >> "$SSH_HOME/known_hosts"
ssh "ubuntu@$IP_V4_ADDRESS" sudo chown -R ubuntu:ubuntu /home/ubuntu
ssh "ubuntu@$IP_V4_ADDRESS" /home/ubuntu/sovereign-stack/management/provision.sh
lxc restart ss-mgmt
if [ "$ADDED_COMMAND" = true ]; then
echo "NOTICE! You need to run 'source ~/.bashrc' before continuing. After that, type 'ss-manage' to enter your management environment."
fi