Is it possible to provision a Windows VM via SSH? I need an SSH server installed for my purposes anyway, so it'd save having to install/configure winrm too
I've got it so it can run commands, but it tries using /sbin/ip and then aborts
Looks like Vagrant wants to use the linux guest plugin, even if I bodge the windows detect? method to always return true
Heading to bed, will look at this again tomorrow
To answer my earlier question, no, provisioning a Windows VM with SSH doesn't appear to be supported (or configuring network interfaces at the least)
Not sure why it keeps detecting it as things other than Windows though. I had to move all the other guest plugins aside to stop it from being detected as 'atomic' (whatever that is), linux, etc
is anybody able to `vagrant box add ferhaty/win7ie10winrm`? the last four windows boxes i tried to get get less than a second into the download, then give: https://gist.github.com/jamiejackson/86c121edb9a89bc01f9c31eb994560ff
(bsdtar: Error opening archive: Unrecognized archive format)
if you are able to see the download happening for at least 10 seconds, you're probably having the successful experience that i'm not having
created a ticket: https://github.com/mitchellh/vagrant/issues/8478
I'm getting EXTREMELY slow guest disk IO using osx as the host, and linux as the guest, virtual box, any tips on things I can set in my vagrant file to make this better? :\
The shared folder or the guests disk?
Joel: Try changing from IDE to SATA or SCSI
But in my experience virtualbox is slow as molasses - especially on OSX
And shared folders even more so
dxtr, how does one do that from vagrant?
I have no idea. Try it in the virtualbox UI and see if it makes a difference and then go from there
hi guys.. can anyone give me a hadn. I am trying to create a vagrant setup with a simple docker image using the docker provider. For some reason I keep getting the error Stderr: Got permission denied while trying to connect to the Docker daemon socket I can't figure out why
seme: not that i'll necessarily be able to help, but at what point in the process do you get that?
in my vagrant provisioning process, i need to pull a database backup off of s3. i see a couple of ways to do it. i can call out to the `aws` cli (installed on the host), or i could do it through some ruby s3 api. i could use some input on which way to go.