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make.bash creates a Google Compute Engine VM image to run the Go
Plan 9 builder, booting up to run the buildlet.
make.bash should be run on a Linux box with qemu.
After it completes, it creates a file plan9-386-gce.tar.gz
The make.bash script depends on the following packages:
$ sudo apt-get install bzip2 curl expect qemu
$ sudo yum install bzip2 curl expect qemu
It has been tested with QEMU 1.4.2 to 2.2.0, as provided with:
- Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) and above
- Debian 8.0 (Jessie) and above
- Fedora 19 and above
Also, due to an ATA bug affecting QEMU 1.6 and 1.7, the
Plan 9 CD can't be booted with these versions.
To create the image:
$ ./make.bash
$ gsutil cp -a public-read plan9-386-gce.tar.gz gs://go-builder-data/plan9-386-gce.tar.gz
$ gcloud compute --project symbolic-datum-552 images create plan9-386-v6 --source-uri gs://go-builder-data/plan9-386-gce.tar.gz
To test the image before deploying it to prod, use x/build/cmd/debugnewvm.
Then update x/build/dashboard/builders.go with the new image version
(e.g. "plan9-386-v5" to "plan9-386-v6").