Almost all interaction with Vagrant is done through the command-line interface.
The interface is available using the
vagrant command, and comes installed
with Vagrant automatically. The
vagrant command in turn has many subcommands,
vagrant destroy, etc.
If you run
vagrant by itself, help will be displayed showing all available
subcommands. In addition to this, you can run any Vagrant command with the
-h flag to output help about that specific command. For example, try
vagrant init -h. The help will output a one sentence synopsis of
what the command does as well as a list of all the flags the command
In depth documentation and use cases of various Vagrant commands is available by reading the appropriate sub-section available in the left navigational area of this site.
You may also wish to consult the documentation regarding the environmental variables that can be used to configure and control Vagrant in a global way.
Vagrant provides the ability to autocomplete commands. Currently, the
zsh shells are supported. These can be enabled by running
vagrant autocomplete install --bash --zsh.