This command will tell you the state of all active Vagrant environments on the system for the currently logged in user.
This command does not actively verify the state of machines, and is instead based on a cache. Because of this, it is possible to see stale results (machines say they're running but they're not). For example, if you restart your computer, Vagrant would not know. To prune the invalid entries, run global status with the
The IDs in the output that look like
a1b2c3 can be used to control the Vagrant machine from anywhere on the system. Any Vagrant command that takes a target machine (such as
destroy) can be used with this ID to control it. For example:
vagrant destroy a1b2c3.
--prune- Prunes invalid entries from the list. This is much more time consuming than simply listing the entries.
If your environment is not showing up, you may have to do a
vagrant destroy followed by a
If you just upgraded from a previous version of Vagrant, existing environments will not show up in global-status until they are destroyed and recreated.
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