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How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun

   
GNU/LinuxAlso from LinuxBSDos.com: How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun explains how to set up a cluster of virtual machines using CoreOS, VirtualBox and Vagrant.

According to FreshPorts, Vagrant is available in FreeBSD ports: sysutils/vagrant, even though it might depend on a unsupported version of Ruby just now (Vagrant is written in Ruby). VirtualBox is available as emulators/virtualbox-ose. etcd (devel/etcd) and etcdctl (devel/etcdctl) from CoreOS is also available.
 

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How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun
Authored by: tingo on Sunday, October 12 2014 @ 19:05 CEST
A few pointers to getting FreeBSD to run on Vagrant: wunki/vagrant-freebsd and xironix/freebsd-vagrant.
How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun
Authored by: tingo on Sunday, October 12 2014 @ 19:11 CEST
Over at Vagrantbox.es you have a list of available base boxes (or templates) for Vagrant. Useful.
How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun
Authored by: tingo on Sunday, October 12 2014 @ 19:23 CEST
For FreeBSD ther is BSDploy, which is good for jails at least.
How to set up a 3-node CoreOS cluster, just for fun
Authored by: tingo on Sunday, October 12 2014 @ 19:46 CEST
The blog post Getting Started with Vagrant explains how to get Vagrant going, and use a FreeBSD vm as an example.
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