1. 17 Dec, 2019 2 commits
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  6. 04 Jul, 2018 5 commits
    • Chris's avatar
      Update required_utils default value in README · de98387d
      Chris authored
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      Rename OS spceific task files · d66482bd
      Chris authored
      Instead of being postfixed with '_' followed by an identifier, OS specific files
      will now be postfixed with '.' followed by an identifier.
    • Chris's avatar
      Remove an unnecessary Fedora specific vars file · 0303d82c
      Chris authored
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      Update the default 'common_utils' in the README · e2de827b
      Chris authored
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      Update the bootstrap tasks to fail if Python is not available · 5fc7ad68
      Chris authored
      Initially, this role would check if Python was available in the default location
      of '/usr/bin/python', and would install Python 2 if it wasn't. I didn't like the
      idea of installing Python 2 so I updated the role to look for a usable Python
      interpreter in other standard locations, including Python 3's default location
      of '/usr/bin/python3'. Then it would tell the user to set
      'ansible_python_interpreter' to one of the interpreters it found. I liked this
      because it gave the user the choice of how to resolve the issue. However, this
      role was running all the Python finding/checking tasks for every host and that
      struck me as inefficient, so I changed it.
      Now, the role checks if the host is pingable. If it is not, then it runs tasks
      to determine why that specific host is not pingable. It then relays that
      information to the user by failing out with the fail module and a descriptive
      message. Hosts that are pingable do not run these tasks.
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