Don't disable SELinux in cloud-init's boothook.sh

This is a first step towards fixing #1257410 as outlined in the bug
report.

Disabling SELinux is not necessary, but the fact that we're using both
the `user` directive in cloudinit/config and `useradd` in boothook.sh
is a bit confusing so this documents the reasons for both.

Change-Id: Ife4fec99650341de698eb51741d96f95de00dcf0
Partial-Bug: #1257410
changes/69/73669/2
Tomas Sedovic 9 years ago
parent 7100cfa147
commit 00e574e595

@ -1,5 +1,9 @@
#!/bin/bash
command -v setenforce >/dev/null 2>&1 && setenforce 0
# FIXME(shadower) The `useradd` and `sudoers` lines are a workaround for
# cloud-init 0.6.3 present in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS:
# https://bugs.launchpad.net/heat/+bug/1257410
# Once we drop support for it, we can safely remove them.
useradd -m @INSTANCE_USER@
echo -e '@INSTANCE_USER@\tALL=(ALL)\tNOPASSWD: ALL' >> /etc/sudoers

@ -1,3 +1,7 @@
# Set the SSH key provided by Nova to this user.
# On cloud-init 0.7.x (anything except Ubuntu 12.04 LTS which ships 0.6.3) this
# also creates the user and sets up passwordless sudo if the user isn't present
# already.
user: @INSTANCE_USER@
# Capture all subprocess output into a logfile

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