»Experimental Feature Flag
Some features that aren't ready for release can be enabled through this feature flag. There are a couple of different ways of going about enabling these features. It is also worth noting that Vagrant will not validate the existence of a feature flag.
For example if you are on Linux or Mac, and you wish to enable every single experimental feature, you can set the flag
to "on" by setting it to
You can also enable some or many features if there are specific ones you would like, but don't want every single feature enabled:
# Only enables feature_oneexport VAGRANT_EXPERIMENTAL="feature_one"
# Enables both feature_one and feature_twoexport VAGRANT_EXPERIMENTAL="feature_one,feature_two"
»Valid experimental features
Advanced topic! This is an advanced topic for use only if you want to use new Vagrant features. If you are just getting started with Vagrant, you may safely skip this section.
This is a list of all the valid experimental features that Vagrant recognizes:
Enabling this feature allows Vagrant to use the
cloud-init feature. More
information about these options can be found on the cloud-init documentation page
Enabling this feature allows all provisioners to specify
options. These options allow provisioners to be configured to run before or after
any given "root" provisioner. More information about these options can be found
on the base provisioner documentation page
Enabling this feature will allow Vagrant to manage and configure virtual hard disks for certain providers. More information about supported providers and how to configure disks can be found on the disk documentation page
Enabling this feature allows triggers to recognize and execute
More information about how these should be used can be found on the trigger documentation page