I just upgraded to Vagrant 1.5.1, and first command I run (vagrant destroy) gives me this:
An unexpected error occurred while loading the Vagrant VMware
provider. Please contact support with the following
error code: '7'.
Vagrant failed to initialize at a very early stage:
The plugins failed to load properly. The error message given is
Here's a gist of the run with VAGRANT_LOG=debug: https://gist.github.com/ubermuda/d0e8944390614d212ed4
Same problem here. I thought it was caused by migrating my MacBook. Any invocation of the vagrant command yields this error. Also vagrant 1.5.1
I'm unsure what is causing this, but I've heard that nuking the home directory ~/.vagrant.d fixes things. You can save your boxes by preserving ~/.vagrant.d/boxes
Actually I reverted to vagrant 1.4.3, upgraded my plugins and re-upgraded to 1.5.1, and it worked.
I upgraded to 1.5.3 on windows and I had this problem. I previously had the workstation plugin installed, but rerunning that command solved the issue.
vagrant plugin install vagrant-vmware-workstation
This worked for me too initiale, but with version 1.5.3 vagrant up with the vmware box gives me ruby errors complaining about the version. I also upgraded the plugin, uninstalled and re-installed it. Doesn't help. As far as I'm concerned 1.5.3. with the VMware provider is broken.
Just got this error when upgrading from 1.5 to 1.6
rm -rf ~/.vagrant.d/plugins.json
And I was able to move on. Then Vagrant ran an upgrade script.
FYI the only plugin I have installed is the vmware_fusion provider
I have just re-install my vmware Provider
vagrant plugin install vagrant-vmware-fusion
I had this error when upgrading from Vagrant 1.5 to 1.6.5 as well.
I removed the ~/.vagrant.d/plugins.json file and ran vagrant plugin install vagrant-vmware-fusion and everything is back to normal.
rm ~/.vagrant.d/plugins.json worked for me too, didn't have to do any plugin install