fleet Documentation

Running fleetd under rkt

The following guide will show you how to run fleetd under rkt.

Building fleet ACI

Just run the build-aci script.

Running fleet ACI

You'll need a /run/fleet/units directory in the host since this is where fleet stores systemd units and it will be mounted as a volume inside the container.

Then you can run fleet under rkt:

# rkt -insecure-skip-verify run -inherit-env -volume machine-id,kind=host,source=/etc/machine-id -volume dbus-socket,kind=host,source=/run/dbus/system_bus_socket -volume fleet-units,kind=host,source=/run/fleet/units -volume etc-fleet,kind=host,source=/etc/fleet fleetd-0.9.0.aci

You can configure it modifying the file /etc/fleet/fleet.conf in your host and with enviroment variables as described in deployment-and-configuration.md.

Example systemd unit file

[Unit]
Description=fleet daemon (rkt flavor)

Wants=etcd.service
After=etcd.service

Wants=fleet.socket
After=fleet.socket

[Service]
ExecStartPre=/usr/bin/mkdir -p /run/fleet/units
ExecStart=/etc/usr/bin/rkt -insecure-skip-verify run -inherit-env -volume machine-id,kind=host,source=/etc/machine-id -volume dbus-socket,kind=host,source=/run/dbus/system_bus_socket -volume fleet-units,kind=host,source=/run/fleet/units -volume etc-fleet,kind=host,source=/etc/fleet /usr/images/fleetd-0.9.0.aci
Restart=always
RestartSec=10s