Vagrant boxes with Juju now available
antonio.rosales at canonical.com
Thu Dec 5 19:08:01 UTC 2013
On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 9:59 AM, Daniele Stroppa
<daniele.stroppa at joyent.com> wrote:
> Hi Jorge,
> I've tried the Vagrant boxes and they look great.
> However, I'm having a small issue. I've spin up a Saucy (amd64) box, boots
> up fine, I can access the GUI and 'juju status' shows the 'juju-gui' service
> deployed. If I try to deploy my charm from /vagrant (juju deploy
> --repository /vagrant/charms local:precise/node-app) it just gets stuck,
> nothing happens and I need to Ctrl-C to go back to the console. Same happens
> if I do a simple 'ls /vagrant'. (This works in a plain Ubuntu box with Juju
Talking with Ben you may be running into:
Thus the recommendation is to use a 12.04 vbox image with latest
vagrant and current vbox.
Let us know if this helps resolve the issue you are seeing, and thanks
for the feedback.
> Any suggestions?
> My Environment:
> Mac OS X 10.8.5
> VirtualBox 4.2.18
> Vagrant 1.3.3
> On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 6:04 PM, Jorge O. Castro <jorge at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> Ben's been working on providing Vagrant images with Juju built in:
>> This is particularly important for those of you on Windows or OSX we
>> share the /vagrant directory, allowing you to quickly hack on your
>> charm locally and deploy to running Ubuntu Cloud instances just as you
>> would to a provider. (Except without the cost!)
>> Please feel free to send feedback to this list!
>> Jorge Castro
>> Canonical Ltd.
>> http://juju.ubuntu.com/ - Automate your Cloud Infrastructure
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