Ansible is simple IT Automation Tool


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Installation details Click Me
Note: Install Python 2.7.x and Install Ansible

Installation verification:
Logging into server, change the dir to /opt/ansible
[ansible@tutorialbyexample ansible]$ ansible --version
ansible 1.7

Default installation directory /opt/ansible





Creating a basic inventory file
Inventory file in Ansible have list of servers to communicate with. Inventory file known as hosts file located under /etc/ansible/hosts content name of group and IP's.

$ sudo mkdir /etc/ansible
$ sudo touch /etc/ansible/hosts

Edit this hosts file with any editor whatever you like e.g: nano, vim. Note you’ll need to edit it with
sudo/as root. As all data or host are accessible by root/or equivalent user only.

hosts:

 [local]
 127.0.0.1

Save & quit it.

Where as [local] is name of group going to identified by list of IP's. We can add multiple group and respective IP's' E.g:
hosts:

[db]
127.0.0.10
127.0.0.11
127.0.0.12

[app]
127.0.0.20
127.0.0.21
127.0.0.22

[web]
127.0.0.30
127.0.0.31
127.0.0.32

All IP's are example only.

How to execute the simple free -m command in Ansible:

[ansible@tutorialbyexample ansible]$ ansible local -a "free -m" -u ansible -k
SSH password:
127.0.0.1 | success | rc=0 >>
             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
Mem:  15951    15742      208          0       1725      11903
-/+ buffers/cache:       2113      13837
Swap:         1023          4       1019

[ansible@tutorialbyexample ansible]$ ansible local -a "df -h" -u ansible -k
SSH password:
127.0.0.1 | success | rc=0 >>
Filesystem                  Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/tutorialbyexample1     29G   26G  1.9G  94% /tutorialbyexample1
/dev/tutorialbyexample2     29G   15G   13G  54% /tutorialbyexample2

In next tutorial we'll see how ansible playbook.yml work.

Please provide your input if any. Have good day ahead!!!

References

http://www.ansible.com/

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