Version 0.0.3 of the vagrant-service-manager plugin has been released by Project Atomic.

The vagrant-service-manager plugin works in conjunction with the Atomic Developer Bundle (ADB) to provide a Linux container development environment. The plugin is used to display the configuration information of services present in ADB. This plugin replaces the previously released vagrant-adbinfo plugin.

The plugin displays the configuration details for the Docker and other container-related services running inside of the ADB. This information can be used by a CLI client, such as docker or oc, or by an IDE, such as Eclipse, to interact with the ADB.

Notable changes in this release include:

  • New sub-command for displaying OpenShift provider information

    $ vagrant service-manager env openshift

  • New sub-command for displaying the version information of the ADB box and services

    $ vagrant service-manager box version

  • New option to display the version information in --script-readable form

  • Adds exit codes as per status of the executed command for better integration with tools consuming the plugin

Example Execution

$ curl > Vagrantfile
$ vagrant up

# Obtain docker configuration information:

$ vagrant service-manager env docker
# Copying TLS certificates to /home/bexelbie/Repositories/vagrant-service-manager/.vagrant/machines/default/virtualbox/docker
# Set the following environment variables to enable access to the
# docker daemon running inside of the vagrant virtual machine:
export DOCKER_HOST=tcp://
export DOCKER_CERT_PATH=/home/bexelbie/Repositories/vagrant-service-manager/.vagrant/machines/default/virtualbox/docker
export DOCKER_MACHINE_NAME=3cd8ff6
# run following command to configure your shell:
# eval "$(vagrant service-manager env docker)"

# Printing the version of the vagrant box
$ vagrant service-manager box version
Atomic Developer Bundle (ADB) 1.7.0

Additionally, the information for contributors has been expanded to make it even easier to become a contributor.

Users of the previous plugin, vagrant-adbinfo, should know of the following significant changes:

  • The docker certificate directory was renamed from .docker to docker

  • There is now a sub-command structure in place. The functionality of vagrant-adbinfo is now accessed as follows:

    vagrant service-manager env docker

vagrant-service-manager is available via the standard method of plugin installation, vagrant plugin install vagrant-service-manager. You may upgrade from previous versions with vagrant plugin update vagrant-service-manager. It is also is packaged for Fedora and available from COPR.

Please join us by using, testing, and contributing to the vagrant-service-manager plugin.