If you do not have a BOSH-Lite installed with bosh2 locally on your VirtualBox yet, you can follow Bootstrap BOSH on VirtualBox with BOSH 2.0 to do so. If you already have BOSH-Lite installed, make sure you are logged into your director as
admin user. Also make sure your are using bosh cli v2. In this blog we are assuming that the BOSH-Lite is using IP
192.168.50.6 and the alias is
If you’ve installed the
bosh2 CLI, then for the sake of future proofing this article, we will alias it to
bosh (which will be its future name):
If you followed one of our previous articles on Bootstrapping BOSH2, you can login to your BOSH2 director using environment variables:
cd path/to/bosh-deployment export BOSH_CLIENT=admin export BOSH_CLIENT_SECRET=`bosh int ./creds.yml --path /admin_password` cd -
Deploy Cloud Foundry
First clone the cf-deployment repo and cd into the directory.
git clone https://github.com/cloudfoundry/cf-deployment cd cf-deployment
Upload a base server image (called a "stemcell"):
bosh -e vbox upload-stemcell https://bosh.io/d/stemcells/bosh-warden-boshlite-ubuntu-trusty-go_agent
Configure your VirtualBox BOSH with appropriate networking/vm type information (called "cloud-config"):
bosh -e vbox update-cloud-config iaas-support/bosh-lite/cloud-config.yml
Deploy CF by running the follow command:
bosh -e vbox -d cf deploy cf-deployment.yml \ -o operations/bosh-lite.yml \ --vars-store deployment-vars.yml \ -v system_domain=bosh-lite.com
bosh -e vbox -d cf instances and you will see:
Deployment 'cf' Instance Process State AZ IPs api/20a3fa6f-9f5a-4de2-a8ca-768b2f4386ba running z1 10.244.0.134 blobstore/c2758b58-dea0-45a3-911c-9701273b623b running z1 10.244.0.133 cc-bridge/c4c1d381-6b62-49e7-ba2f-be7de97a039d running z1 10.244.0.140 cc-clock/f300ac6d-a93c-418e-9f93-9b6e9845b191 running z1 10.244.0.139 consul/843f1048-2dfa-4767-8bc9-ed68d52e5103 running z1 10.244.0.128 diego-bbs/cc2c41df-ffa3-4081-9aee-d507dbff0b7f running z1 10.244.0.135 diego-brain/bd5a5843-b7ea-4c15-aa10-0599bc4472e8 running z1 10.244.0.136 diego-cell/f1eb8bc4-a0f8-4430-9eef-21616b443f9d running z1 10.244.0.137 doppler/8b6ccc50-fe95-449b-8e75-d28de9a4477b running z1 10.244.0.141 etcd/0da55d0e-acb3-40f4-9800-c69e1dbb1932 running z1 10.244.0.130 log-api/b3d30ac5-822d-4b26-931e-055d8d64f04c running z1 10.244.0.142 nats/1f680c67-51b0-41d8-9475-1fbfe0e5f5a0 running z1 10.244.0.129 postgres/f00865c7-1a1a-42eb-9b63-5c1559e8123e running z1 10.244.0.131 route-emitter/76a97ceb-d930-4085-be8c-f050bd635843 running z1 10.244.0.138 router/e9fed71a-7f51-4a58-9151-790c98be1c11 running z1 10.244.0.34 smoke-tests/fb636f19-f2e3-4ab3-9795-5c495a8f3f9e - z1 - uaa/9d015e66-47d2-4c73-9d8e-742dfc9fa281 running z1 10.244.0.132 17 instances
Logging into the CF API
Add the following route so you will be able to reach the CF API and also
bosh ssh to the instances you deployed.
sudo route add -net 10.244.0.0/16 192.168.50.6 # Mac OS X sudo route add -net 10.244.0.0/16 gw 192.168.50.6 # Linux route add 10.244.0.0/16 192.168.50.6 # Windows
Set up CF api and login as admin. If you do not have
cf cli installed yet, you can follow Install CF CLI.
cf api https://api.bosh-lite.com --skip-ssl-validation export CF_ADMIN_PASSWORD=$(bosh2 int ./deployment-vars.yml --path /cf_admin_password) cf auth admin $CF_ADMIN_PASSWORD
bosh ssh to CF
When you run
bosh ssh, there is no list of instances anymore, so you have to specify your specific instance otherwise it will complain
Running SSH:Interactive SSH only works for a single host at a time.
For example, you can run
bosh -e vbox -d cf ssh uaa/0 to access the container of
cf deployment on your BOSH-Lite Director.
Congratulations! Your CF is ready to go!