Vagrant

This chapter shows how to set up and use our Icinga Vagrant boxes that we’ve created for development, tests and demo cases.

Requirements

  • Vagrant >= version 1.5
  • VirtualBox or Parallels Desktop

Note: The deployment of the virtual machine is tested against Vagrant starting with version 1.5. Unfortunately older versions will not work.

Parallels requires the additional provider plugin vagrant-paralells to be installed:

$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-parallels

General

The Icinga Web 2 project ships with a Vagrant virtual machine that integrates the source code with various services and example data in a controlled environment. This enables developers and users to test Livestatus, MySQL and PostgreSQL backends as well as the LDAP authentication. All you have to do is install Vagrant and run:

vagrant up

Note: The first boot of the vm takes a fairly long time because you’ll download a plain CentOS base box and Vagrant will automatically provision the environment on the first go.

After you should be able to browse localhost:8080/icingaweb2.

Log into Icinga Web 2

Both LDAP and a MySQL are configured as authentication backend. Please use one of the following login credentials:

LDAP:

Username: jdoe

Password: password

MySQL:

Username: icingaadmin

Password: icinga

Testing the Source Code

All software required to run tests is installed in the virtual machine. In order to run all tests you have to execute the following command:

vagrant ssh -c "icingacli test php unit"