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Go Reference

golang.org/x/build/cmd/makemac

The makemac command manages creating & destroying macOS VMs for the builders. See the README in x/build/env/darwin/macstadium for some more background.

Deploying makemac

* On Linux,
  $ go install golang.org/x/build/cmd/makemac
  $ scp -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519_golang1 $GOPATH/bin/makemac gopher@macstadiumd.golang.org:makemac.new
  $ ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519_golang1 gopher@macstadiumd.golang.org 'cp makemac makemac.old; install makemac.new makemac'
  $ ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519_golang1 gopher@macstadiumd.golang.org

On that host,
  * sudo systemctl restart makemac
  $ sudo journalctl -f -u makemac     # watch it

Updating makemac.service

* On Linux,
  $ scp -i ~/.ssh/id_ed25519_golang1 cmd/makemac/makemac.service gopher@macstadiumd.golang.org:makemac.service

On that host,
  $ sudo mv makemac.service /etc/systemd/system/makemac.service
  $ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
  $ sudo systemctl restart makemac
  $ sudo journalctl -f -u makemac     # watch it

Checking that it's running:

$ curl -v http://macstadiumd.golang.org:8713

(Note that URL won't work in a browser due to HSTS requirements on *.golang.org)

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Documentation

Overview

    The makemac command starts OS X VMs for the builders. It is currently just a thin wrapper around govc.

    See https://github.com/vmware/govmomi/tree/master/govc

    Usage:

    $ makemac <macos_version>  # e.g, darwin-10_10, darwin-10_11, darwin-10_15, darwin-amd64-11_0
    

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