» Vagrant Settings

Config namespace: config.vagrant

The settings within config.vagrant modify the behavior of Vagrant itself.

» Available Settings

  • config.vagrant.host (string, symbol) - This sets the type of host machine that is running Vagrant. By default this is :detect, which causes Vagrant to auto-detect the host. Vagrant needs to know this information in order to perform some host-specific things, such as preparing NFS folders if they're enabled. You should only manually set this if auto-detection fails.

  • config.vagrant.plugins - (string, array, hash) - Define plugin, list of plugins, or definition of plugins to install for the local project. Vagrant will require these plugins be installed and available for the project. If the plugins are not available, it will attempt to automatically install them into the local project. When requiring a single plugin, a string can be provided:

    config.vagrant.plugins = "vagrant-plugin"

    If multiple plugins are required, they can be provided as an array:

    config.vagrant.plugins = ["vagrant-plugin", "vagrant-other-plugin"]

    Plugins can also be defined as a Hash, which supports setting extra options for the plugins. When a Hash is used, the key is the name of the plugin, and the value is a Hash of options for the plugin. For example, to set an explicit version of a plugin to install:

    config.vagrant.plugins = {"vagrant-scp" => {"version" => "1.0.0"}}

    Supported options are:

    • entry_point - Path for Vagrant to load plugin
    • sources - Custom sources for downloading plugin
    • version - Version constraint for plugin
  • config.vagrant.sensitive - (string, array) - Value or list of values that should not be displayed in Vagrant's output. Value(s) will be removed from Vagrant's normal UI output as well as logger output.

    config.vagrant.sensitive = ["MySecretPassword", ENV["MY_TOKEN"]]