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      • jk12h
        hi
      • vagrant up complains about the hostname here, what's the problem? http://pastebin.com/eWAxq9Qv
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      • jtreminio
        you should consider updating to v2 api jk12h
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      • jk12h
        these are the examples I find on the internet
      • I'm just testing things
      • that looks like a valid entry to me though
      • everything else works
      • teukka
        jk12h:in v1 config api it has to be `host_name`, not `hostname`
      • jk12h
        ah
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      • teukka
        but +1 for upgrading to v2
      • should be almost igual in that case
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      • rawfodog
        Hey Guys. Loving Vagrant. I was wondering though, I have speed issues. My site taks a long time to process a request. I did some research and the internet sayd the file system should be NFS. I feel that there is more to the problem then that. Does anyone have any speed guides or tweeks or have heard of problematic vagrant setups ?
      • jtreminio
        rawfodog: if you're not using vmware, you should
      • it'll boost performance by quite a bit
      • rawfodog
        ok
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      • Can I use the free version ? Can I load my image into vmware or do I have to reconfigure it ?
      • jk12h
        I think he's saying if you're not using vmware you should use NFS
      • o_O
      • rawfodog
        Is this for sure a file system thing ? It seems more like a network issue. When I open firebug, my files don't even begin to be retrived until about several seconds in.
      • Would it be quicker to use ubuntu as a host ?
      • or any other gnu/linux distro instead of windows ?
      • teukka
        also with vmware the nfs can be much faster than vmware's shared folders
      • but nfs is not an option on windows host. at least I have no idea how to run an NFS server on it :)
      • and I don't think Vagrant even tries to support it on windows hosts
      • rawfodog
        yeah
      • teukka
        rawfodog: I think you can use the trial version of vmware workstation/fusion, but you have to buy the vmware provider for vagrant: http://www.vagrantup.com/vmware
      • rawfodog
        I feel like the bottle neck is in the network.
      • k
      • when I do my tests I see that it takes ages to respond. once it does the thing is quick as a fiddle
      • jtreminio
        mitchellh: any chance of me paying you with paypal for the vmware plugin?
      • teukka
        rawfodog: maybe a dns resolution thing then?
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      • jtreminio: hey mr. php, I have a question for you. is PEAR still a thing or has composer deprecated it? I have understood they are both package managers
      • rawfodog
        maybe teukka
      • jtreminio
        pear still has some things not found via composer
      • pear installs php extensions
      • composer is more plug-and-play code that doesn't affect the php installation
      • I've been railing against that for years, btw. There was a time you could load php extensions without needing to compile or add via php.ini, just load at runtime
      • teukka
        jtreminio: ok, I'm wondering if vagrant-proxyconf should try to support pear. someone told me that it doesn't supoprt `http_proxy` env vars. composer seems to support them
      • jtreminio
        it still works for cli, but not cgi
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      • what about pear does vagrant-proxyconf need to support?
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      • teukka
        setting http proxy configuration for it
      • jtreminio
        gotcha
      • yeah pear is still widely used by more serious devs
      • teukka
        pear users don't smile?
      • half_brick
        anyone have any idea why my vagrant VMs are crashing before the vagrant SSH stage? I'm running the precise32 box on OS X Mavericks fresh install
      • jtreminio
        half_brick: virtualbox 4.3?
      • half_brick
        yeah, but downgraded to 4.2 and having the same issue
      • anything special i need to do when i downgrade?
      • teukka
        jtreminio: problem is that pear isn't normally installed at the time that vagrant-proxyconf kicks in. so it should hook to run after each provisioner. but vagrant doesn't support that yet. fgrehm made a PR though
      • but still you wouldn't be able to install pear and use it in the same provisioner run
      • if you are behind a proxy that is
      • half_brick: you need 4.3 on mavericks
      • even with that there seem to be a lot of issues :/
      • half_brick
        yeah, i was running 4.3 with the same issue
      • yeeeaaah, it's not fun
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      • back to 4.3 I go
      • any idea how to debug this?
      • teukka: there
      • *there's nothing in the virtual box logs
      • the box dies before vagrant realises it's gone and just before it tries to SSH
      • jtreminio
      • half_brick
        yeah, i've tried that
      • i'll do it again
      • I don't even have a file at /Library/StartupItems/VirtualBox/VirtualBox
      • teukka
        half_brick: sorry, I don't have many ideas... I'm just really convinced to wait before upgrading to mavericks :/
      • half_brick
        yeah, good plan, unfortunately I couldn't resist a juicy retina MacBook pro
      • teukka
        sure, a new machine is another thing
      • half_brick: have you tried to run a vm without vagrant?
      • half_brick
        yeah, that works sweet
      • teukka
        I guess it crashes just the same
      • really?
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      • half_brick
        i can extract one of the vagrant boxes, load it into virtual box, and it runs
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      • i've been able to get as far as provisioning once
      • i ran vagrant up, it failed, i tweaked the config in virtual box (removed CD/DVD from boot order) and then i was able to provision