Ansible Tutorial Class 7 | Ansible Conditional Variables & Loops | Tech Arkit



Ansible Tutorial Class 7 How the conditional can be used in ansible is below is the best example. As per above ansible playbook we have multiple groups such as Database servers, Web Application Servers and All together. If I would like to run start and stop services in both categories I have to write multiple ansible playbooks separately instead of writing separate playbooks for both we can include condition in single playbook itself so that both conditions will be satisfied

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6 thoughts on “Ansible Tutorial Class 7 | Ansible Conditional Variables & Loops | Tech Arkit”
  1. The error said that you entered the value for node 2 as RESTARED instead RESTARTED, but still you thought something wrong and didn't check the Spelling and changed to STARTED.. Lol..

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