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comment ansible and reloading AWS dynamic inventory
Fantastic, thanks @jukka. I didn't know about meta: refresh_inventory.
Dec
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comment ansible and reloading AWS dynamic inventory
That's what I'm trying to understand :-) How do I get ec2.py to populate the inventory when I jump in halfway through a play, without setting cache to zero? Use "gather_facts: true" and just filter on the tags?
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comment ansible and reloading AWS dynamic inventory
Thanks @jukka - see my clarification.
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Jul
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comment better way to loop through a list of servers
@MichaelMartinez the trap is nice, and I wasn't aware of the 'continue N' syntax in bash - great.
Jul
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comment better way to loop through a list of servers
Thanks Nitz, clusterssh looks useful.
Jul
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comment better way to loop through a list of servers
Thanks ptman, lots of useful tools (in addition to the multixterm tool I already use).
Jul
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comment better way to loop through a list of servers
Thanks dawud, I didn't know of mussh.
Jul
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comment better way to loop through a list of servers
Thanks Michael, I wasn't aware of the -I option in xargs - nice.
Jul
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comment better way to loop through a list of servers
"Easier" - less typing, or a "better/more correct" way. I hadn't considered doing it in parallel - how would you do that using xargs? I usually use multixterm (one of the scripts in the expect package).