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vagrant-coprhd

Description

Vagrantfile to create a single node CoprHD controller. CoprHD will be build from sources.

Requirements

  • 4 vCPU
  • 6 GB of free RAM
  • Vagrant
  • Virtualbox or VMware Fusion

Usage

Either use the "Download ZIP" link on the right side of this page and unpack the zipfile somewhere on your computer, or clone using git: git clone https://github.com/vchrisb/vagrant-coprhd.git Now open a shell and change directory to vagrant-coprhd Finally issue vagrant up. Depending on your Vagrant Provider you may want to add --provider virtualbox or --provider vmware_fusion. Depending on your download bandwidth does the installation and build take some time. Once Vagrant is done you should be able to connect to CoprHD a few minutes later by opening https://192.168.100.10. Username: root Password: ChangeMe Documentation for CoprHD is currently the same as the commercial ViPR Product: https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-41200

Troubleshoot

If you experience an error please look at the logs. The CoprHD build process will download artifacts from the CoprHD Jenkins server and many other ones. I've tested with Vagrant 1.7.2 and Virtualbox 4.3.28 on Windows 7.

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    vagrant-coprhd

    Description

    Vagrantfile to create a single node CoprHD controller. CoprHD will be build from sources.

    Requirements

    • 4 vCPU
    • 6 GB of free RAM
    • Vagrant
    • Virtualbox or VMware Fusion

    Usage

    Either use the "Download ZIP" link on the right side of this page and unpack the zipfile somewhere on your computer, or clone using git: git clone https://github.com/vchrisb/vagrant-coprhd.git Now open a shell and change directory to vagrant-coprhd Finally issue vagrant up. Depending on your Vagrant Provider you may want to add --provider virtualbox or --provider vmware_fusion. Depending on your download bandwidth does the installation and build take some time. Once Vagrant is done you should be able to connect to CoprHD a few minutes later by opening https://192.168.100.10. Username: root Password: ChangeMe Documentation for CoprHD is currently the same as the commercial ViPR Product: https://community.emc.com/docs/DOC-41200

    Troubleshoot

    If you experience an error please look at the logs. The CoprHD build process will download artifacts from the CoprHD Jenkins server and many other ones. I've tested with Vagrant 1.7.2 and Virtualbox 4.3.28 on Windows 7.

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