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NAME

       ansible-galaxy - manage roles using galaxy.ansible.com

SYNOPSIS

       ansible-galaxy [delete|import|info|init|install|list|login|remove|search|setup] [--help]
       [options] ...

DESCRIPTION

       Ansible Galaxy is a shared repository for Ansible roles. The ansible-galaxy command can be
       used to manage these roles, or for creating a skeleton framework for roles you’d like to
       upload to Galaxy.

COMMON OPTIONS

       -h, --help
           Show a help message related to the given sub-command.

INSTALL

       The install sub-command is used to install roles.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy install [options] [-r FILE | role_name(s)[,version] | tar_file(s)]

       Roles can be installed in several different ways:

       ·   A username.rolename[,version] - this will install a single role. The Galaxy API will
           be contacted to provide the information about the role, and the corresponding .tar.gz
           will be downloaded from github.com. If the version is omitted, the most recent version
           available will be installed.

       ·   A file name, using -r - this will install multiple roles listed one per line. The
           format of each line is the same as above: username.rolename[,version]

       ·   A .tar.gz of a valid role you’ve downloaded directly from github.com. This is mainly
           useful when the system running Ansible does not have access to the Galaxy API, for
           instance when behind a firewall or proxy.

   OPTIONS
       -f, --force
           Force overwriting an existing role.

       -i, --ignore-errors
           Ignore errors and continue with the next specified role.

       -n, --no-deps
           Don’t download roles listed as dependencies.

       -p ROLES_PATH, --roles-path=ROLES_PATH
           The path to the directory containing your roles. The default is the roles_path
           configured in your ansible.cfg file (/etc/ansible/roles if not configured)

       -r ROLE_FILE, --role-file=ROLE_FILE
           A file containing a list of roles to be imported, as specified above. This option
           cannot be used if a rolename or .tar.gz have been specified.

REMOVE

       The remove sub-command is used to remove one or more roles.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy remove role1 role2 ...

   OPTIONS
       -p ROLES_PATH, --roles-path=ROLES_PATH
           The path to the directory containing your roles. The default is the roles_path
           configured in your ansible.cfg file (/etc/ansible/roles if not configured)

INIT

       The init command is used to create an empty role suitable for uploading to
       https://galaxy.ansible.com (or for roles in general).

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy init [options] role_name

   OPTIONS
       -f, --force
           Force overwriting an existing role.

       -p INIT_PATH, --init-path=INIT_PATH
           The path in which the skeleton role will be created.The default is the current working
           directory.

       --offline
           Don’t query the galaxy API when creating roles

LIST

       The list sub-command is used to show what roles are currently instaled. You can specify a
       role name, and if installed only that role will be shown.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy list [role_name]

   OPTIONS
       -p ROLES_PATH, --roles-path=ROLES_PATH
           The path to the directory containing your roles. The default is the roles_path
           configured in your ansible.cfg file (/etc/ansible/roles if not configured)

SEARCH

       The search sub-command returns a filtered list of roles found on the remote server.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy search [options] [searchterm1 searchterm2]

   OPTIONS
       --galaxy-tags
           Provide a comma separated list of Galaxy Tags on which to filter.

       --platforms
           Provide a comma separated list of Platforms on which to filter.

       --author
           Specify the username of a Galaxy contributor on which to filter.

       -c, --ignore-certs
           Ignore TLS certificate errors.

       -s, --server
           Override the default server https://galaxy.ansible.com.

INFO

       The info sub-command shows detailed information for a specific role. Details returned
       about the role included information from the local copy as well as information from
       galaxy.ansible.com.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy info [options] role_name[, version]

   OPTIONS
       -p ROLES_PATH, --roles-path=ROLES_PATH
           The path to the directory containing your roles. The default is the roles_path
           configured in your ansible.cfg file (/etc/ansible/roles if not configured)

       -c, --ignore-certs
           Ignore TLS certificate errors.

       -s, --server
           Override the default server https://galaxy.ansible.com.

LOGIN

       The login sub-command is used to authenticate with galaxy.ansible.com. Authentication is
       required to use the import, delete and setup commands. It will authenticate the user,
       retrieve a token from Galaxy, and store it in the user’s home directory.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy login [options]

       The login sub-command prompts for a GitHub username and password. It does NOT send your
       password to Galaxy. It actually authenticates with GitHub and creates a personal access
       token. It then sends the personal access token to Galaxy, which in turn verifies that you
       are you and returns a Galaxy access token. After authentication completes the GitHub
       personal access token is destroyed.

       If you do not wish to use your GitHub password, or if you have two-factor authentication
       enabled with GitHub, use the --github-token option to pass a personal access token that
       you create. Log into GitHub, go to Settings and click on Personal Access Token to create a
       token.

   OPTIONS
       -c, --ignore-certs
           Ignore TLS certificate errors.

       -s, --server
           Override the default server https://galaxy.ansible.com.

       --github-token
           Authenticate using a GitHub personal access token rather than a password.

IMPORT

       Import a role from GitHub to galaxy.ansible.com. Requires the user first authenticate with
       galaxy.ansible.com using the login subcommand.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy import [options] github_user github_repo

   OPTIONS
       -c, --ignore-certs
           Ignore TLS certificate errors.

       -s, --server
           Override the default server https://galaxy.ansible.com.

       --branch
           Provide a specific branch to import. When a branch is not specified the branch found
           in meta/main.yml is used. If no branch is specified in meta/main.yml, the repo’s
           default branch (usually master) is used.

DELETE

       The delete sub-command will delete a role from galaxy.ansible.com. Requires the user first
       authenticate with galaxy.ansible.com using the login subcommand.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy delete [options] github_user github_repo

   OPTIONS
       -c, --ignore-certs
           Ignore TLS certificate errors.

       -s, --server
           Override the default server https://galaxy.ansible.com.

SETUP

       The setup sub-command creates an integration point for Travis CI, enabling
       galaxy.ansible.com to receive notifications from Travis on build completion. Requires the
       user first authenticate with galaxy.ansible.com using the login subcommand.

   USAGE
       $ ansible-galaxy setup [options] source github_user github_repo secret

       ·   Use travis as the source value. In the future additional source values may be added.

       ·   Provide your Travis user token as the secret. The token is not stored by
           galaxy.ansible.com. A hash is created using github_user, github_repo and your token.
           The hash value is what actually gets stored.

   OPTIONS
       -c, --ignore-certs
           Ignore TLS certificate errors.

       -s, --server
           Override the default server https://galaxy.ansible.com.

       --list
           Show your configured integrations. Provids the ID of each integration which can be
           used with the remove option.

       --remove
           Remove a specific integration. Provide the ID of the integration to be removed.

AUTHOR

       Ansible was originally written by Michael DeHaan. See the AUTHORS file for a complete list
       of contributors.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2014, Michael DeHaan

       Ansible is released under the terms of the GPLv3 License.

SEE ALSO

       ansible(1), ansible-pull(1), ansible-doc(1), ansible-playbook(1), ansible-vault(1)

       Extensive documentation is available in the documentation site: http://docs.ansible.com.
       IRC and mailing list info can be found in file CONTRIBUTING.md, available in:
       https://github.com/ansible/ansible