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01:13 <olympionex> shadoxx: ok, so the issue actually seems pretty clear. When using the docker provider ( at least ), the UID/GID of the synced folder are exactly the same as they are on the host. On Ubuntu, the first default user has UID 1000. If you are logged in as UID 1000 on the host to UID 1000 on the guest, then there is no problem. My problem arises when I am trying to login from UID 1001 on the host to UID 1000 on the guest. In the current scenario, there
01:13 <olympionex> is no host to guest mapping and thus the UID/GIDs between host and container are tightly coupled. I believe this is supposed to be resolved by the parameters that set the owner/group for the synced folder, but unforunately that is not currently supported by the docker provider.
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06:57 <adga> hi i have setup vagrant box with something
06:57 <adga> now i want to save this state
06:57 <adga> will vagrant package work for me?
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10:40 <adga> synced folders are not working
10:40 <adga> it used to work
10:40 <adga> could someone help me out
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13:32 <sters> Hey vagrant thanks for having me!
13:34 <sters> Working with a Linux Centos environment in vagrant mounting a shared folder from the windows Host machine, and it looks like directory seperators and case sensitivity (linux specific requirements) are being ignored because the filesystem is initially on windows. Has anyone else dealt with anything like this before? How did you get around it?
13:35 <sters> Ideally I want this environment to act like production, there has to be something that can be done
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14:15 <casdr> hi
14:15 <casdr> I'm running vagrant with vbox headless, and I'm having issues with the performance
14:16 <casdr> I've set the amount of CPU's to the max and execution cap to 100%
14:16 <casdr> but it's barely using anything
14:16 <casdr> although when running it on my iMac, it does use more resources and works faster
14:17 <casdr> any ideas what to check?
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18:21 <boxrick1> I am having some problems using Ansible 2.3 with vagrant when 2.2 works fine
18:21 <boxrick1> usings hosts: all
18:21 <boxrick1> And no defined inventory
18:21 <boxrick1> I get this: [WARNING]: provided hosts list is empty, only localhost is available <--
18:22 <boxrick1> Which seems that it is not generating an inventory file properly?
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18:29 <superspring> hey, is this a good place to ask questions about writing Vagrantfiles?
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18:32 <rullie> is it possible to have different string for vagrant ssh and actual hostname of the vm?
18:34 <superspring> rullie, you mean like "vagrant ssh myvms.hostname.com" ?
18:35 <rullie> superspring: vagrant ssh box1 but box1 has hostname of superlong.hostname.for.application
18:36 <superspring> rullie, you could replace 'box1' with the ID possibly? or if you're using Linux, then replace the whole thing by using the "alias" command
18:48 <rullie> superspring: what do you mean by ID? the hash?
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19:38 <shadoxx> how do i troubleshoot a post-processor failing?
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