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10:22 <_val_> Hello. How can I override the disk size of an image in a Vagrantfile? I've tried machine_virtual_size = 8 but it's not affecting anything: http://sprunge.us/VJEN
10:23 <_val_> As the link shows, the virtual disk of the vm is created to be 41G. I don't get it.
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10:55 <matkatmusic> howdy
10:55 <matkatmusic> how do I configure my Vagrant yaml so that curl extensions are enabled in PHP
10:55 <matkatmusic> Welcome to Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.4.0-45-generic x86_64) is what my vagrant box is configured as
10:57 <matkatmusic> sudo apt-get install php-curl then 'sudo service apache2 restart'?
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11:22 <matkatmusic> is it possible to make the php error_log file a shared file so I can open it with a text editor instead of using terminal?
11:22 <matkatmusic> (when logged into the vagrant box)
11:23 <matkatmusic> like, store the php error_log where my shared folder is?
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11:54 <matkatmusic> anyone?
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17:36 <Guest48068> I have a multinode Vagrant file, is there a way I can use a single ssh key
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21:39 <tynamite> I'm getting "The box 'hashicorp/precise64' could not be found" when I know the box exists
21:39 <tynamite> can anyone help?
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23:18 <aidalgol> I have a Vagrantfile checked into the root of a git repository, and whenever I run a git clean on this, the next time I run `vagrant up`, it creates a new VM. How does Vagrant determine whether there already exists a box for a given Vagrantfile?
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23:22 <shadoxx> aidalgol: it creates a '.vagrant' directory inside the same directory the Vagrantfile is in
23:22 <shadoxx> you should add '.vagrant' to your .gitignore
23:23 <shadoxx> I have a build pipeline that utilizes vagrant, and I have to store the .vagrant directory as an artifact so I can keep track of VMs between builds.
23:26 <aidalgol> shadoxx: Ah, directory, not file. Got caught out by listing directories before files.
23:27 <aidalgol> And we have .vagrant in .gitignore, but it gets nuked when I clean all ignored build artefacts.
23:28 <aidalgol> So I'll just specify -e .vagrant to git clean
23:28 <aidalgol> thanks!
23:28 <shadoxx> aidalgol: np!
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