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env/linux-arm64/aws/README.md

AWS Linux ARM64 Builders

Machines

The AWS builders use the m6 instance types which are arm64 based machines of varying specifications. The base type used will be m6g.xlarge 4 vCPUs, 16384 MiB.

Machine Image

Machine images are stored on AWS EBS service as a snapshot. New VMs can use the snapshot as an image by providing the AMI ID as the base image when a new VM is created. The machine image will be configured to install and initialize rundockerbuildlet.

Creating a New Image

Requirements:

Two environmental variables are required to be set before initiating the command: AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY should be set with the appropriate values.

The packer binary should be in PATH.

Command:

make create-aws-image

or

AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=<id> AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=<secret> make create-aws-image

Buildlet Container Image

Buildlet container images must be build on an arm64 instance with the proper credentials. The instructions are as follows:

  • In your normal gcloud dev environment, retrieve a short-lived access token:

you@dev:~$ gcloud auth print-access-token

  • On an arm64 instance, clone the build repository.

  • cd into the env/linux-arm64/aws directory.

  • Execute: make prod-push

  • When prompted for your password, paste in the access token from the first step.

  • Ensure /root/.docker/config.json has been deleted.