Creating a Linux VM with startup script in Azure(2/2)
This post is a continuation from https://adityagarg94.medium.com/creating-a-linux-vm-with-startup-script-in-azure-8d272f82cf65, specifically its a longer alternative to Step 4 which may/may not be very useful.
ii-Use an extension for Linux:
Choose Custom Script for Linux(By Microsoft).
Click on Create on Next page.
Now,we are prompted for Installation of Extension.
We need to upload a .sh file to Azure Storage.
I am creating a new Storage Account, followed by a container to upload the script as a blob. Note that names must be unique across Azure.
You may choose an existing storage account and container or create a container in an existing storage account.
Select the Storage account and create a Container.
Click on Create above.
Select the container and upload the script as a blob.
Get the script here. This has same content as the previously entered content using ‘Custom Data’ in i.
More details on how to generate same using Windows in a later post.
Choose this script and click Select.
Pheww,that was some work! Lastly, update the Command to reflect the script name.
(Linux can execute scripts using the command sh script-path/name or bash script-path/name )
Click on Ok.
Review+Create ,skipping the Tags section.