Created attachment 213159 [details]
Failed cloud-init output
Yesterday I had to start installing the py37-cloud-init package in my FreeBSD 11 & 12 amd64 Amazon EC2 instances because py27-cloud-init is no longer available.
Other than changing the default_user in /usr/local/etc/cloud/cloud.cfg I am using the default cloud-init config.
The py37-cloud-init package bumps cloud-init to version 20.1 which seems to have a bug in cloud-init's Local stage because when one of my EC2 instances boots its network connection breaks after running the "service routing restart" command at this line.
Reference: cloud-init's Local stage
I attached the last few lines of the cloud-init output to this issue.
While debugging the issue I was able to install the net/cloud-init port and add "GH_TAGNAME= e30599c103ff926e8cbf38f36d1ba071918fc386" to its Makefile so it would use the latest commit from Canonical's cloud-init repo. This built successfully and worked without breaking the network connection.
I prefer to use the package instead of the port so I'm currently working around the broken network issue by disabling cloud-init's network configuration step which doesn't seem necessary for my needs. I'm disabling that step by putting the following config into /usr/local/etc/cloud/cloud.cfg.d/disable-cloud-init-network-configuration.cfg.
Reference: disabling cloud-init network configuration
I'm not familiar enough with FreeBSD's port/package maintenance to know what to suggest for a fix.
If interesting i'm make -devel version port
changing default options doesn't seem to be the best idea for me.
Maybe you should temporarily change the variables in your image template.
This version fix you guest, if yes i'm will try patch for update
(In reply to Andrey Fesenko from comment #2)
I am sorry, I did not test tag ubuntu/20.1-10-g71af48df-0ubuntu3 so I do not know if it would fix the problem I was having. I only tested the commit e30599c103ff926e8cbf38f36d1ba071918fc386 from the master branch.
New release ready Bug #246109
is this still broken on 20.3?