Kayobe provides a Vagrantfile that can be used to bring up a virtual machine for use as a development environment. The VM is based on the centos/8 CentOS 8 image, and supports the following providers:
The VM is configured with 4GB RAM and a 20GB HDD. It has a single private network in addition to the standard Vagrant NAT network.
First, ensure that Vagrant is installed and correctly configured to use the required provider. Also install the following vagrant plugins:
vagrant plugin install vagrant-reload vagrant-disksize
If using the VirtualBox provider, install the following vagrant plugin:
vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
Note: if using Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, you may be unable to install any plugins. To work around this install the upstream version from www.virtualbox.org.
Later sections in the development guide cover in more detail how to use the development VM in different configurations. These steps cover bringing up and accessing the VM.
Clone the kayobe repository:
git clone https://opendev.org/openstack/kayobe.git -b master
Change the current directory to the kayobe repository:
Vagrantfile, noting the provisioning steps:
Bring up a virtual machine:
Wait for the VM to boot, then SSH in: