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README.md

Magento2 Vagrant Box

A simple way to get magento2 up and running. It consists of a Debian Wheezy box provised via Puppet. The provider is Virtual Box. It will install apache2 +fastcgi, php, php-fpm, mysql and any other necessary dependancies.

The Magento 2 repository is a git submodule and can be edited/explored from the host machine. It is accessed by the guest via shared directories.

Usage

Installation

  1. Clone this repository: git clone --recursive https://github.com/rgranadino/mage2_vagrant.git
  2. Navigate into the repository via cd
  3. IMPORTANT: If you cloned the repository without the --recursive param, you need to initialize the required submodules: git submodule update --init --recursive
  4. Start up virtual machine: vagrant up
  5. Point a host name to 192.168.56.10 in /etc/hosts echo '192.168.56.10 mage2.dev' >> /etc/hosts

NOTE: Some composer dependancies require git. Agent Forwarding over SSH is enabled in the Vagrant file but you must have ssh-agent running and your key added. Running ssh-add should add the default key to the identities list, which presumably is the same key used to access github/bitbucket. You'll may also need to create a API access token in github, instructions can be found here:

  1. Once the machine completes provisioning, SSH to the server (vagrant ssh).
  2. Add your Magento Connect authentication credentials to the global composer auth.json:
  • Open or create the file ~/.composer/auth.json
  • Add the Magento Connect authentication credentials (if you don't have any, please check here on how to create them):
{
    "http-basic": {
        "repo.magento.com": {
            "username": "<public key>",
            "password": "<private key>"
        }
    }
}
  • Or you can use the composer config command: composer.phar global config http-basic.repo.magento.com <public_key> <private_key>
  1. Install Magento 2 by running:
  • Via CLI (recommended)

    • reinstall (Magento without sample data) or reinstall -s (Magento with sample data).
  • Via Web Installer

    • Please go to the Magento directory within the vagrant box (cd /vagrant/data/magento2/) and run composer install. Then open 'http://mage2.dev/setup' in your browser and go through the installation process.

Updating

  1. From the host machine run git pull && git submodule update --init && vagrant provision.
  • If there is an update to the manifests/mage.pp or files/* files it is recommended to provision the guest machine. This can be done by running: vagrant provision. There is also a cron that runs every 15 minutes to provision within the guest machine in the event it's not done after updating.
  1. If you want to start from a clean slate run: reinstall from within the guest machine. This will uninstall the application and reinstall it from scratch.

Shell Aliases / Scripts

  • m - cd into the base magento directory: /vagrant/data/magento2
  • reinstall - run magento shell uninstall script with the cleanup_database flag and run installation again, uses http://mage2.dev as base URL
  • reinstall -s - install magento with sample data
  • mt - run bulk magento test suites

Status and Debug utilities

A status vhost on port 88 has been setup to view apache's server status, php-fpm status as well as some other utilities.

Magento Admin User

  • Username: admin
  • Password: password123

Database Info

  • Username: root
  • Password: mage2
  • DB Name: mage2

SSH Info

  • username: vagrant
  • password: vagrant

It's also possible to use vagrant ssh from within the project directory

File Structure

Host Machine / Project directory

  • manifests/mage.pp - Puppet manifest file
  • files/ - contains various service configuration files
    • bash_aliases - vagrant user bash aliases script
    • fastcgi.conf - fastcgi configuration
    • reinstall.sh - magento reinstall wrapper script
    • site.conf - apache virtual host configuration
    • www.conf - php-fpm pool configuration
    • xdebug.ini - php xdebug configuration file
  • data/magento2 - Git submodule to Magento2 Github repository: https://github.com/magento/magento2
  • data/magento2-sample-data - Git submodule to Magento2 Sample Data Github repository: https://github.com/magento/magento2-sample-data

Guest Machine

  • /vagrant/data/magento2 - Apache Document Root
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