The canonical-livepatch Snap had added a new plug called “read-run-cloud-init-instance-data-json” to read cloud-init data stored in
/run/cloud-init/instance-data.json. This is in order for the client to gather what cloud/region/availability-zone the machine is running on. This information will be used as part of new functionality to roll-out patches in a tiered way across public/private clouds.
This is the third system-files interface on the client, further, we haven’t yet uploaded a Snap that includes the new plug - should that be done first?
No need to upload now the new revision of the snap since it will fail the review-tools check and fall under the manual review queue. As I understand your request, the snap wants to add this new plug
I agree with the use-case and +1 on granting system-files interface
can other @reviewers please vote too.
+1 from me too but for consistency, can you please drop the
read- prefix so it is just called
run-cloud-init-instance-data-json - thanks.
Perfect, I’ll change the name as desired. Thanks
Just poking the thread, I’ve changed the plug name as suggested. Any further votes needed?
@kian90 there is a 7 day voting period - so after a couple more days this can be actioned.
+2 for, 0 against. Granting auto-connect for
system-files interface named
run-cloud-init-instance-data-json. This is now live. thanks