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Re-run provisioning on a created machine.
Sometimes it may be helpful to re-run Machine’s provisioning process on a created machine. Reasons for doing so may include a failure during the original provisioning process, or a drift from the desired system state (including the originally specified Swarm or Engine configuration).
docker-machine provision [name]. Multiple names may be specified.
$ docker-machine provision foo bar Copying certs to the local machine directory... Copying certs to the remote machine... Setting Docker configuration on the remote daemon...
The Machine provisioning process will:
- Set the hostname on the instance to the name Machine addresses it by, such
- Install Docker if it is not present already.
- Generate a set of certificates (usually with the default, self-signed CA) and configure the daemon to accept connections over TLS.
- Copy the generated certificates to the server and local config directory.
- Configure the Docker Engine according to the options specified at create time.
- Configure and activate Swarm if applicable.