So my current fly app deploys using GH github Actions and follows the instructions here
But I notice
flyctl deploy --remote-only, so I assume 99% of the CPU to make the docker image, is running on a Fly VM, and not a GH VM. Can someone explain pros or cons, of why 2 VMs are running? How come the standard recipe doesn’t use the GH VM for heavy lifting? Is the fly VM faster than a GH Vm or base builder root fs image is somehow magically better start up/lower cpu/low ram/etc?
Could I cut out github actions and flyctl binary, and just run a REST/fetch() command from Cloudflare Workers or Chrome Browser or curl to run the Fly image builder VM?