A Mistral action to execute Ansible playbooks
Mistral Actions for Ansible
Note: This project is experimental and in infancy. It might work for you.
The actions can be installed via pip, then we need to tell Mistral about them and restart Mistral:
pip install mistral-ansible-actions; sudo mistral-db-manage populate; systemctrl restart openstack-mistral*;
action: ansible input: hosts: '*' module: copy module_args: 'src=file.txt dest=/root/file.txt' remote_user: stack become: true become_user: root tags: tag1 skip_tags: tag2
Call ansible playbook:
action: ansible-playbook input: limit_hosts: overcloud-controller-0 playbook: /home/stack/ansible/my_playbook.yaml remote_user: stack become: true become_user: root tags: tag1 skip_tags: tag2
- “directory” should probably be renamed to “cwd” or something
- We only support the ansible-playbook command, others should be added.
- We only support the very minimum options for the ansible-playbook command, more should be exposed.
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