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If all you want to do is track changes and not manage the whole process (i.e., via Chef or Puppet), just rsync your etc directory (wherever that might be) into a local git repo. for HOST in alpha bravo charlie delta ...; do rsync -avz --exclude-from=exclusions -e ssh admin@$HOST:/opt/local/etc/ ./$HOST done You can, of course, add other sources as ...


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It's really simple now: - name: get github key(s) and update the authorized_keys file authorized_key: user: "{{ username }}" key: "https://github.com/{{ username }}.keys" for detail, check this github role



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