cloud-init 20.2-45-g5f7825e2-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


cloud-init (20.2-45-g5f7825e2-0ubuntu1) groovy; urgency=medium

  * d/control: drop python3-six, python3-unittest2, python3-pep8,
    python3-pyflakes and python3-nose from Build-Depends.
  * New upstream snapshot.
    - test: fix all flake8 E241 (#403) [Joshua Powers]
    - test: ignore flake8 E402 errors in (#402) [Joshua Powers]
    - cc_grub_dpkg: determine idevs in more robust manner with grub-probe
      (#358) [Matthew Ruffell] (LP: #1877491)
    - test: fix all flake8 E741 errors (#401) [Joshua Powers]
    - tests: add groovy integration tests for ubuntu (#400)
    - Enable chef_license support for chef infra client (#389) [Bipin Bachhao]
    - testing: use flake8 again (#392) [Joshua Powers]

 -- Chad Smith <email address hidden>  Tue, 02 Jun 2020 09:51:50 -0600

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cloud-init: initialization and customization tool for cloud instances

 Cloud-init is the industry standard multi-distribution method for
 cross-platform cloud instance initialization. It is supported across all major
 public cloud providers, provisioning systems for private cloud infrastructure,
 and bare-metal installations.
 Cloud instances are initialized from a disk image and instance data:
  * Cloud metadata
  * User data (optional)
  * Vendor data (optional)
 Cloud-init will identify the cloud it is running on during boot, read any
 provided metadata from the cloud and initialize the system accordingly. This
 may involve setting up the network and storage devices to configuring SSH
 access key and many other aspects of a system. Later on the cloud-init will
 also parse and process any optional user or vendor data that was passed to
 the instance.