vagrant up [name|id]
This command creates and configures guest machines according to your Vagrantfile.
This is the single most important command in Vagrant, since it is how any Vagrant machine is created.
name- Name of machine defined in Vagrantfile. Using
nameto specify the Vagrant machine to act on must be done from within a Vagrant project (directory where the Vagrantfile exists).
id- Machine id found with
vagrant global-status. Using
idallows you to call
vagrant up idfrom any directory.
--[no-]destroy-on-error- Destroy the newly created machine if a fatal, unexpected error occurs. This will only happen on the first
vagrant up. By default this is set.
--[no-]install-provider- If the requested provider is not installed, Vagrant will attempt to automatically install it if it can. By default this is enabled.
--[no-]parallel- Bring multiple machines up in parallel if the provider supports it. Please consult the provider documentation to see if this feature is supported.
--provider x- Bring the machine up with the given provider. By default this is "virtualbox".
--[no-]provision- Force, or prevent, the provisioners to run.
--provision-with x,y,z- This will only run the given provisioners. For example, if you have a
:chef_soloprovisioner and run
vagrant provision --provision-with shell, only the shell provisioner will be run.