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A Mistral action to execute Ansible playbooks

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Mistral Actions for Ansible

Note: This project is experimental and in infancy. It might work for you.

Install

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*;

Usage

Calling ansible:

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

Plans/Ideas

  • “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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