This will enable you to run a local version of Marathon, for development purposes, without having to compile and configure a local Mesos environment.
Ensure your local Marathon has been compiled and assembled. In the
Clone the playa-mesos repository. Note that playa-mesos ships with a version of Mesos, Marathon, and ZooKeeper pre-configured.
Sync local folders into Vagrant image
playa-mesos/Vagrantfile and edit the
config.vm.synced_folder '</path/to/marathon/parent>', '/vagrant'
</path/to/marathon/parent> is the absolute path to the folder containing Marathon.
SSH into your Vagrant image
$ vagrant up # if not already running otherwise `vagrant reload`
$ vagrant ssh
Check that your folders are synced correctly
$ cd /vagrant/ $ ls marathon playa-mesos ...
Stop the Marathon that is pre-configured in the Vagrant image
$ sudo stop marathon
start-marathon alias to start your own version of Marathon
$ nano ~/.bash_aliases
add the following in the top of that file and save it:
# setup marathon easy run
alias 'start-marathon'='/vagrant/marathon/bin/start --master zk://localhost:2181/mesos --zk zk://localhost:2181/marathon --assets_path src/main/resources/assets'
Refresh the terminal and run the
start-marathon command in the marathon folder
$ . ~/.bashrc $ start-marathon
Load the Marathon UI in your browser: http://10.141.141.10:8080
When you’re done, use
vagrant halt to shut down the Vagrant instance and spare your battery life.