The settings within
config.vm modify the configuration of the machine that Vagrant manages.
config.vm.boot_timeout - The time in seconds that Vagrant will wait for the machine to boot and be accessible. By default this is 300 seconds.
config.vm.box_check_update - If true, Vagrant will check for updates to the configured box on every
vagrant up. If an update is found, Vagrant will tell the user. By default this is true. Updates will only be checked for boxes that properly support updates (boxes from Vagrant Cloud or some other versioned box).
config.vm.box_download_checksum - The checksum of the box specified by
config.vm.box_url. If not specified, no checksum comparison will be done. If specified, Vagrant will compare the checksum of the downloaded box to this value and error if they do not match. Checksum checking is only done when Vagrant must download the box.
If this is specified, then
config.vm.box_download_checksum_type must also be specified.
config.vm.box_download_checksum_type - The type of checksum specified by
config.vm.box_download_checksum (if any). Supported values are currently "md5", "sha1", and "sha256".
config.vm.box_download_client_cert - Path to a client certificate to use when downloading the box, if it is necessary. By default, no client certificate is used to download the box.
config.vm.box_download_insecure - If true, then SSL certificates from the server will not be verified. By default, if the URL is an HTTPS URL, then SSL certs will be verified.
config.vm.box_url - The URL that the configured box can be found at. If
config.vm.box is a shorthand to a box in Vagrant Cloud then this value doesn't need to be specified. Otherwise, it should point to the proper place where the box can be found if it isn't installed.
This can also be an array of multiple URLs. The URLs will be tried in order. Note that any client certificates, insecure download settings, and so on will apply to all URLs in this list.
The URLs can also be local files by using the
file:// scheme. For example: "file:///tmp/test.box".
config.vm.box_version - The version of the box to use. This defaults to ">= 0" (the latest version available). This can contain an arbitrary list of constraints, separated by commas, such as:
>= 1.0, < 1.5. When constraints are given, Vagrant will use the latest available box satisfying these constraints.
config.vm.graceful_halt_timeout - The time in seconds that Vagrant will wait for the machine to gracefully halt when
vagrant halt is called. Defaults to 300 seconds.
config.vm.guest - The guest OS that will be running within this machine. This defaults to
:linux, and Vagrant will auto-detect the proper distro. Vagrant needs to know this information to perform some guest OS-specific things such as mounting folders and configuring networks.
config.vm.hostname - The hostname the machine should have. Defaults to nil. If nil, Vagrant won't manage the hostname. If set to a string, the hostname will be set on boot.
config.vm.network - Configures networks on the machine. Please see the networking page for more information.
config.vm.provider - Configures provider-specific configuration, which is used to modify settings which are specific to a certain provider. If the provider you're configuring doesn't exist or is not setup on the system of the person who runs
vagrant up, Vagrant will ignore this configuration block. This allows a Vagrantfile that is configured for many providers to be shared among a group of people who may not have all the same providers installed.
config.vm.provision - Configures provisioners on the machine, so that software can be automatically installed and configured when the machine is created. Please see the page on provisioners for more information on how this setting works.
config.vm.synced_folder - Configures synced folders on the machine, so that folders on your host machine can be synced to and from the guest machine. Please see the page on synced folders for more information on how this setting works.
config.vm.usable_port_range - A range of ports Vagrant can use for handling port collisions and such. Defaults to