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10:43 <Caterpillar> On an host machine, I have a block device called /dev/vg_1/foo that is empty and it is 500 GB size. How can I install in it a CentOS qemu/kvm virtual machine using a Vagrant box?
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13:49 <nbastin> it is possible to write a vagrantfile that takes variables or loads environment variables from the calling environment?
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13:50 <thunfisch> hi! having trouble with using the coreos supplied vagrantfile. the interface for the internal network sometimes gets assigned _two_ ipv4 adresses, which confuses a ansible playbook, because i can't access the ip defined in the vagrantfile via the ansible facts.
13:51 <thunfisch> any ideas what's going on there? pretty new to vagrant, so it could easily be a noob-error.
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14:23 <pnawracay> nbastin, yes. Using ENV would be the simplest option
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14:27 <nbastin> pnawracay: is there documentation for this somewhere that I can look at?
14:29 <pnawracay> nbastin, maybe not with regard to a Vagrantfile (except for some tutorials maybe, that would explain how to cope with this problem), but generally it's good to know that a Vagrantfile is simply Ruby. And because of that you may use Ruby in that file. ENV is something that's offered by plain Ruby
14:29 <nbastin> ah, I will poke around some ruby docs then
14:30 <nbastin> I do not know ruby
14:30 <pnawracay> Simply put: x = ENV['HOME']
14:30 <pnawracay> Would probably save your home directory to the variable x
14:31 <pnawracay> The path of your home dir
14:31 <nbastin> I need to test whether this variable exists...I presume there's a simple expression for this?
14:31 <nbastin> (we want to allow the user to specify a proxy if they have one, otherwise not use it)
14:31 <nbastin> there's a bunch of vagrant plugins for this, but I can't assume the user has a given plugin
14:32 <pnawracay> It looks like ENV['x'] returns nil, which will evaluate to false if used in a condition
14:33 <nbastin> cool, thanks
14:33 <nbastin> I can cobble something together to test.. :-)
14:33 <pnawracay> Good luck
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14:42 <nbastin> yey, that seems to work.. :-)
14:43 <nbastin> cache = ENV['apt_cache'] || "" and then just fed http_proxy=#{cache} into apt-get calls
14:43 <nbastin> pnawracay: thanks! :-)
14:44 <pnawracay> yw :)
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15:19 <Caterpillar> On an host machine, I have a block device called /dev/vg_1/foo that is empty and it is 500 GB size. How can I install in it a CentOS qemu/kvm virtual machine using a Vagrant box?
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