Good day everyone,
I’m excited to migrate several VVV setups to bedrock/trellis!
Unfortunalely I run into early stage (windows) setup issues atm.
I hope there is someone who can help me out
I created a local setup by following all steps documented at https://roots.io/docs/getting-started/windows/
During the initial vagrant up, I get an error at the task wordpress-install : Install Dependencies with Composer:
dependencies (including require-dev) from lock file Package operations: 11 installs, 0 updates, 0 removals - Installing roots/wordpress-core-installer (1.1.0): Downloading (100%) Plugin installation failed, rolling back - Removing roots/wordpress-core-installer (1.1.0) [ErrorException] include(/srv/www/homedeal/current/vendor/roots/wordpress-core- installer/src/WordPressCorePlugin.php): failed to open stream: No such file
After an extensive search I found a possible cause for this:
So apparently the mix of composer and using virtualbox shared folders isn’t a good combination.
I confirmed this by adding
prefer_source: true to the composer role. After that it worked fine. That’s a (non ideal) workaround, not a solution.
Using NFS instead of virtualbox shared folders would be my preferred solution.
The doc states that it can be set up inside WSL.
This doesn’t work for me. I get the same errors as mentioned in Vagrant-winnfsd not working in WSL.
There is also an open ticket for this:https://github.com/winnfsd/vagrant-winnfsd/issues/111
Is there someone with a mounted volume on a windows host that works sucessfully?
I think that the docs might need an update. If we can collect some experiences here I’m willing to contribute to that as well.
Thanks in advance!