A CoreOS Cluster in Two Minutes With Four Commands
You may have heard about CoreOS, be wondering what all the fuss is about and want to play with it.
If you have a machine with over 3G memory to spare, then you can be delivered a shell on a CoreOS cluster in under two minutes with four commands. Here they are:
sudo pip install shutit git clone https://github.com/ianmiell/shutit-coreos-vagrant cd shutit-coreos-vagrant ./coreos.sh
It uses ShutIt to automate the stand-up. The script is here.
See it in action here:
Now get going with CoreOS’s quickstart guide
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