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Vagrantfile
# -*- mode: ruby -*-
# vi: set ft=ruby :
dir = Dir.pwd
vagrant_dir = File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__))
Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
# Store the current version of Vagrant for use in conditionals when dealing
# with possible backward compatible issues.
vagrant_version = Vagrant::VERSION.sub(/^v/, '')
# Configurations from 1.0.x can be placed in Vagrant 1.1.x specs like the following.
config.vm.provider :virtualbox do |v|
v.customize ["modifyvm", :id, "--memory", 512]
end
# Forward Agent
#
# Enable agent forwarding on vagrant ssh commands. This allows you to use identities
# established on the host machine inside the guest. See the manual for ssh-add
config.ssh.forward_agent = true
# Default Ubuntu Box
#
# This box is provided by Vagrant at vagrantup.com and is a nicely sized (290MB)
# box containing the Ubuntu 12.0.4 Precise 32 bit release. Once this box is downloaded
# to your host computer, it is cached for future use under the specified box name.
config.vm.box = "precise32"
config.vm.box_url = "http://files.vagrantup.com/precise32.box"
config.vm.hostname = "vvv"
# Local Machine Hosts
#
# If the Vagrant plugin hostsupdater (https://github.com/cogitatio/vagrant-hostsupdater) is
# installed, the following will automatically configure your local machine's hosts file to
# be aware of the domains specified below. Watch the provisioning script as you may be
# required to enter a password for Vagrant to access your hosts file.
#
# By default, we'll include the domains setup by VVV through the vvv-hosts file
# located in the www/ directory.
#
# Other domains can be automatically added by including a vvv-hosts file containing
# individual domains separated by whitespace in subdirectories of www/.
if defined? VagrantPlugins::HostsUpdater
# Capture the paths to all vvv-hosts files under the www/ directory.
paths = []
Dir.glob(vagrant_dir + '/www/**/vvv-hosts').each do |path|
paths << path
end
# Parse through the vvv-hosts files in each of the found paths and put the hosts
# that are found into a single array.
hosts = []
paths.each do |path|
new_hosts = []
file_hosts = IO.read(path).split( "\n" )
file_hosts.each do |line|
if line[0..0] != "#"
new_hosts << line
end
end
hosts.concat new_hosts
end
# Pass the final hosts array to the hostsupdate plugin so it can perform magic.
config.hostsupdater.aliases = hosts
end
# Default Box IP Address
#
# This is the IP address that your host will communicate to the guest through. In the
# case of the default `192.168.50.4` that we've provided, VirtualBox will setup another
# network adapter on your host machine with the IP `192.168.50.1` as a gateway.
#
# If you are already on a network using the 192.168.50.x subnet, this should be changed.
# If you are running more than one VM through VirtualBox, different subnets should be used
# for those as well. This includes other Vagrant boxes.
config.vm.network :private_network, ip: "192.168.50.4"
# Drive mapping
#
# The following config.vm.synced_folder settings will map directories in your Vagrant
# virtual machine to directories on your local machine. Once these are mapped, any
# changes made to the files in these directories will affect both the local and virtual
# machine versions. Think of it as two different ways to access the same file. When the
# virtual machine is destroyed with `vagrant destroy`, your files will remain in your local
# environment.
# /srv/database/
#
# If a database directory exists in the same directory as your Vagrantfile,
# a mapped directory inside the VM will be created that contains these files.
# This directory is used to maintain default database scripts as well as backed
# up mysql dumps (SQL files) that are to be imported automatically on vagrant up
config.vm.synced_folder "database/", "/srv/database"
if vagrant_version >= "1.3.0"
config.vm.synced_folder "database/data/", "/var/lib/mysql", :mount_options => [ "dmode=777", "fmode=777" ]
else
config.vm.synced_folder "database/data/", "/var/lib/mysql", :extra => 'dmode=777,fmode=777'
end
# /srv/config/
#
# If a server-conf directory exists in the same directory as your Vagrantfile,
# a mapped directory inside the VM will be created that contains these files.
# This directory is currently used to maintain various config files for php and
# nginx as well as any pre-existing database files.
config.vm.synced_folder "config/", "/srv/config"
# /srv/www/
#
# If a www directory exists in the same directory as your Vagrantfile, a mapped directory
# inside the VM will be created that acts as the default location for nginx sites. Put all
# of your project files here that you want to access through the web server
if vagrant_version >= "1.3.0"
config.vm.synced_folder "www/", "/srv/www/", :owner => "www-data", :mount_options => [ "dmode=775", "fmode=774" ]
else
config.vm.synced_folder "www/", "/srv/www/", :owner => "www-data", :extra => 'dmode=775,fmode=774'
end
# Customfile - POSSIBLY UNSTABLE
#
# Use this to insert your own (and possibly rewrite) Vagrant config lines. Helpful
# for mapping additional drives. If a file 'Customfile' exists in the same directory
# as this Vagrantfile, it will be evaluated as ruby inline as it loads.
#
# Note that if you find yourself using a Customfile for anything crazy or specifying
# different provisioning, then you may want to consider a new Vagrantfile entirely.
if File.exists?(File.join(vagrant_dir,'Customfile')) then
eval(IO.read(File.join(vagrant_dir,'Customfile')), binding)
end
# Provisioning
#
# Process one or more provisioning scripts depending on the existence of custom files.
#
# provison-pre.sh acts as a pre-hook to our default provisioning script. Anything that
# should run before the shell commands laid out in provision.sh (or your provision-custom.sh
# file) should go in this script. If it does not exist, no extra provisioning will run.
if File.exists?(File.join(vagrant_dir,'provision','provision-pre.sh')) then
config.vm.provision :shell, :path => File.join( "provision", "provision-pre.sh" )
end
# provision.sh or provision-custom.sh
#
# By default, Vagrantfile is set to use the provision.sh bash script located in the
# provision directory. If it is detected that a provision-custom.sh script has been
# created, that is run as a replacement. This is an opportunity to replace the entirety
# of the provisioning provided by default.
if File.exists?(File.join(vagrant_dir,'provision','provision-custom.sh')) then
config.vm.provision :shell, :path => File.join( "provision", "provision-custom.sh" )
else
config.vm.provision :shell, :path => File.join( "provision", "provision.sh" )
end
# provision-post.sh acts as a post-hook to the default provisioning. Anything that should
# run after the shell commands laid out in provision.sh or provision-custom.sh should be
# put into this file. This provides a good opportunity to install additional packages
# without having to replace the entire default provisioning script.
if File.exists?(File.join(vagrant_dir,'provision','provision-post.sh')) then
config.vm.provision :shell, :path => File.join( "provision", "provision-post.sh" )
end
end
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