Class: VagrantPlugins::Skytap::Command::Up

Inherits:
CommandUp::Command
  • Object
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Defined in:
lib/vagrant-skytap/command/up.rb

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#executeObject


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# File 'lib/vagrant-skytap/command/up.rb', line 13

def execute
  # This implementation of the "up" command overrides
  # the default implementation due to load order.
  if @env.default_provider == :skytap
    @logger.debug("Executing Skytap 'Up' implementation.")
  else
    @logger.debug("Calling default 'Up' implementation.")
    return super
  end

  options = {}
  options[:destroy_on_error] = true
  options[:parallel] = true
  options[:provision_ignore_sentinel] = false

  opts = OptionParser.new do |o|
    o.banner = "Usage: vagrant up [options] [name]"
    o.separator ""
    o.separator "Options:"
    o.separator ""

    build_start_options(o, options)

    o.on("--[no-]destroy-on-error",
         "Destroy machine if any fatal error happens (default to true)") do |destroy|
      options[:destroy_on_error] = destroy
    end

    o.on("--[no-]parallel",
         "Enable or disable parallelism if provider supports it") do |parallel|
      options[:parallel] = parallel
    end

    o.on("--provider PROVIDER", String,
         "Back the machine with a specific provider") do |provider|
      options[:provider] = provider
    end
  end

  # Parse the options
  argv = parse_options(opts)
  return if !argv

  # Validate the provisioners
  validate_provisioner_flags!(options)

  # Go over each VM and bring it up
  @logger.debug("'Up' each target VM...")

  machines = []
  names = argv
  if names.empty?
    autostart = false
    @env.vagrantfile.machine_names_and_options.each do |n, o|
      autostart = true if o.key?(:autostart)
      o[:autostart] = true if !o.key?(:autostart)
      names << n.to_s if o[:autostart]
    end

    # If we have an autostart key but no names, it means that
    # all machines are autostart: false and we don't start anything.
    names = nil if autostart && names.empty?
  end

  if names
    with_target_vms(names, provider: options[:provider]) do |machine|
      @env.ui.info(I18n.t(
        "vagrant.commands.up.upping",
        name: machine.name,
        provider: machine.provider_name))

      machines << machine
      machine.action(:create, options)
      machine.action(:update_hardware, options)
    end

    initial_states = machines.inject({}) {|acc, m| acc[m.id] = m.state.id ; acc }

    machines.each_with_index do |machine, i|
      machine.action(:run_vm, options.merge(
        first_machine:  i == 0,
        machines:       machines,
        initial_states: initial_states
      ))
    end
  end

  if machines.empty?
    @env.ui.info(I18n.t("vagrant.up_no_machines"))
    return 0
  end

  # Output the post-up messages that we have, if any
  machines.each do |m|
    next if !m.config.vm.post_up_message
    next if m.config.vm.post_up_message == ""

    # Add a newline to separate things.
    @env.ui.info("", prefix: false)

    m.ui.success(I18n.t(
      "vagrant.post_up_message",
      name: m.name.to_s,
      message: m.config.vm.post_up_message))
  end

  # Success, exit status 0
  0
end