Re: setting up a CF sandbox

James Bayer

the oss aws docs show a larger deploy with many instances.

there is an in-flight project that sets up a single VM bosh-lite with cf on
AWS here, although it may not be stable yet as dmitriy was stilling working
on CI if i recall:

stark and wayne used to have a simple getting started experience for OSS cf
using bosh-lite called try-cf, but it doesn't look to be available right

this project from stark and wayne shows an alternative terraform
installation with fewer vms than the aws templates in cf-release:

On Sun, May 31, 2015 at 8:52 AM, Tim Dunphy <bluethundr(a)> wrote:

Hey all,

I've started using Pivotal CF at work. And now I want to setup an Open
Source cloud foundry instance on AWS, for my own personal use so I can
learn more about CF. There's also a slight chance my job could go with open
source cloud foundry at some point in the distant future.

So I spun up a new CentOS 7 host on the amazon free tier. I know that CF
will spin up a bunch of new hosts. But one thing I'd like to know is, will
a t2-micro be enough to use CF? I'd like to avoid paying for my sandbox if
at all possible :)

Secondly, is I'm getting an error when I try to initialize the environment:

[cloud:~] bluethundr% bosh aws install

[WARNING] Loading the cli took 14.7 seconds, consider cleaning your gem

Failed to load plugin
cannot load such file -- rake/file_utils_ext

I notice if I list the file I can see that it's there and has the right

bluethundr% ls -l
-rw-rw-r--. 1 bluethundr bluethundr 11406 May 31 15:08

Can someone please tell me what the problem here is and how to get around

GPG me!!

gpg --keyserver --recv-keys F186197B

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Thank you,

James Bayer

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