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Marco Janssen
@marcojanssen
after that it's used in the guest machine in /tmp/vagrant-cache
anyway to keep the files in /tmp/vagrant-cache on the host machine as well?

example:

config.cache.enable :generic, {
"logs" => { cache_dir: "/home/vagrant/apps/foo/app/logs" },
}

gets copied to guest:
/var/vagrant-cache/logs

then symlinked:
logs -> /var/vagrant-cache/logs

now i can't access my logs on the host machine considering /var/vagrant-cache/logs doesn't exist on the host machine, makes sense but would be great if i had some easy way too get the logs on my host though

Marco Janssen
@marcojanssen
ah it's actually still in the .vagrant dir
Marco Janssen
@marcojanssen
never mind figured it out by myself, always helps to write it down :D
Gaspar Chilingarov
@gasparch
hi all! any way to cache npm files which go under /root/.npm ??? puppet with global installation mode downloads all npm packages there . seems default npm bucket detects cache only under ~vagrant :(
Srikanth Viswanathan
@srikanth-viswanathan
Hi all, is there a way to configure a cache bucket to only cache a single file under a directory? I'm trying to cache /var/cache/oracle-jdk7-installer/<java-tarball>.tar.gz, but there's other files under there that I don't want to cache (they interfere with the install if cached)
Cameron Braid
@cameronbraid
is there any way to turn on/off the cache for individual machines in a multi-machine vagrant setup ?
Cash Williams
@CashWilliams
hello gang :D
just found this and trying to get it setup, however I'm not seeing a ~/.vagrant.d/cache directory created
I used Vagrantfile.local instead of Vagrantfile
Cash Williams
@CashWilliams
ha, I just saw the timestamps on previous messages in here...
Fabio Rehm
@fgrehm
@CashWilliams sorry but the plugin is currently unmaintained :( https://github.com/fgrehm/vagrant-cachier#help-needed
Cash Williams
@CashWilliams
@fgrehm no worries, I think we got it working. Thanks
Fabio Rehm
@fgrehm
:thumbsup:
Amo Chumber
@sysadmiral
hello chat. I've seen all the recent conversations about the project being unmaintained but wanted to get an update. Are there perople working on this project?
"recent"
Tom Hodder
@tolland
erm, am I missing something. enabling "c.cache.scope = :box" seems to create the symlink from /var/cache/yum to /tmp/vagrant-cache/yum and a local dir gets created
in ~/.vagrant.d/cache, but there is nothing in there, either before or after a vagrant run
do I need to create the synced folder manually?
Tom Hodder
@tolland
oh, seems like it needed a destroy/create
sed -i 's/keepcache=0/keepcache=1/g' /etc/yum.conf
fails on fedora 27
Deepanshu Gajbhiye
@d78ui98
I am using vagrant-cachier. It does not create copy of all the packages that I install in ~/.vagrant.d/cache. Also tend to download same packages again when I do vagrant destroy && vagrant up
Achala Bhatt
@AchalaSB
Hi, Im new to vagrant. I run the command vagrant up and vagrant ssh
After vagrant ssh the root of the file is changed. But i wanted to access some files what is command to access to files. Tried with cd but its not working.