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# Size of the CoreOS cluster created by Vagrant
$num_instances=1
# Used to fetch a new discovery token for a cluster of size $num_instances
$new_discovery_url="https://discovery.etcd.io/new?size=#{$num_instances}"
# To automatically replace the discovery token on 'vagrant up', uncomment
# the lines below:
#
if File.exists?('user-data') && ARGV[0].eql?('up')
require 'open-uri'
require 'yaml'
token = open($new_discovery_url).read
data = YAML.load(IO.readlines('user-data')[1..-1].join)
if data['coreos'].key? 'etcd'
data['coreos']['etcd']['discovery'] = token
end
if data['coreos'].key? 'etcd2'
data['coreos']['etcd2']['discovery'] = token
end
yaml = YAML.dump(data)
File.open('user-data', 'w') { |file| file.write("#cloud-config\n\n#{yaml}") }
end
#
#
# coreos-vagrant is configured through a series of configuration
# options (global ruby variables) which are detailed below. To modify
# these options, first copy this file to "config.rb". Then simply
# uncomment the necessary lines, leaving the $, and replace everything
# after the equals sign..
# Change basename of the VM
# The default value is "core", which results in VMs named starting with
# "core-01" through to "core-${num_instances}".
#$instance_name_prefix="core"
# Change the version of CoreOS to be installed
# To deploy a specific version, simply set $image_version accordingly.
# For example, to deploy version 709.0.0, set $image_version="709.0.0".
# The default value is "current", which points to the current version
# of the selected channel
#$image_version = "current"
# Official CoreOS channel from which updates should be downloaded
$update_channel='beta'
# Log the serial consoles of CoreOS VMs to log/
# Enable by setting value to true, disable with false
# WARNING: Serial logging is known to result in extremely high CPU usage with
# VirtualBox, so should only be used in debugging situations
#$enable_serial_logging=false
# Enable port forwarding of Docker TCP socket
# Set to the TCP port you want exposed on the *host* machine, default is 2375
# If 2375 is used, Vagrant will auto-increment (e.g. in the case of $num_instances > 1)
# You can then use the docker tool locally by setting the following env var:
# export DOCKER_HOST='tcp://127.0.0.1:2375'
$expose_docker_tcp=2375
# Enable NFS sharing of your home directory ($HOME) to CoreOS
# It will be mounted at the same path in the VM as on the host.
# Example: /Users/foobar -> /Users/foobar
$share_home=false
# Customize VMs
#$vm_gui = false
$vm_memory = 2048
$vm_cpus = 2
# Share additional folders to the CoreOS VMs
# For example,
# $shared_folders = {'/path/on/host' => '/path/on/guest', '/home/foo/app' => '/app'}
# or, to map host folders to guest folders of the same name,
# $shared_folders = Hash[*['/home/foo/app1', '/home/foo/app2'].map{|d| [d, d]}.flatten]
# $shared_folders = {
# }
# Enable port forwarding from guest(s) to host machine, syntax is: { 80 => 8080 }, auto correction is enabled by default.
$forwarded_ports = {
3000 => 3000,
3306 => 3306,
5432 => 5432,
8080 => 8080
}