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NAME

       ansible-playbook - run an ansible playbook

SYNOPSIS

       ansible-playbook <filename.yml> ... [options]

DESCRIPTION

       Ansible playbooks are a configuration and multinode deployment system. Ansible-playbook is
       the tool used to run them. See the project home page (link below) for more information.

ARGUMENTS

       filename.yml
           The names of one or more YAML format files to run as ansible playbooks.

OPTIONS

       --ask-become-pass
           Ask for privilege escalation password.

       -k, --ask-pass
           Prompt for the connection password, if it is needed for the transport used. For
           example, using ssh and not having a key-based authentication with ssh-agent.

       --ask-su-pass
           Prompt for su password, used with --su (deprecated, use become).

       -K, --ask-sudo-pass
           Prompt for the password to use with --sudo, if any (deprecated, use become).

       --ask-vault-pass
           Prompt for vault password.

       -C, --check
           Do not make any changes on the remote system, but test resources to see what might
           have changed. Note this can not scan all possible resource types and is only a
           simulation.

       -c CONNECTION, --connection=CONNECTION
           Connection type to use. Most common options are paramiko (SSH), ssh, winrm and local.
           local is mostly useful for crontab or kickstarts.

       -D, --diff
           When changing any templated files, show the unified diffs of how they changed. When
           used with --check, shows how the files would have changed if --check were not used.

       -e EXTRA_VARS, --extra-vars=EXTRA_VARS
           Extra variables to inject into a playbook, in key=value key=value format or as quoted
           YAML/JSON (hashes and arrays). To load variables from a file, specify the file
           preceded by @ (e.g. @vars.yml).

       --flush-cache
           Clear the fact cache.

       --force-handlers
           Run handlers even if a task fails.

       -f NUM, --forks=NUM
           Level of parallelism.  NUM is specified as an integer, the default is 5.

       -h, --help
           Show help page and exit

       -i PATH, --inventory=PATH
           The PATH to the inventory, which defaults to /etc/ansible/hosts. Alternatively you can
           use a comma separated list of hosts or single host with traling comma host,.

       -l SUBSET, --limit=SUBSET
           Further limits the selected host/group patterns. You can prefix it with ~ to indicate
           that the pattern in a regex.

       --list-hosts
           Outputs a list of matching hosts; does not execute anything else.

       --list-tags
           List all available tags; does not execute anything else.

       --list-tasks
           List all tasks that would be executed; does not execute anything else.

       -M DIRECTORY, --module-path=DIRECTORY
           The DIRECTORY search path to load modules from. The default is /usr/share/ansible.
           This can also be set with the ANSIBLE_LIBRARY environment variable.

       --private-key=PRIVATE_KEY_FILE
           Use this file to authenticate the connection

       --skip-tages=SKIP_TAGS
           Only run plays and tasks whose tags do not match these values.

       --start-at-task=START_AT
           Start the playbook at the task matching this name.

       --step
           One-step-at-a-time: confirm each task before running.

       -S, --su*
           Run operations with su (deprecated, use become)

       -R SU-USER, --su-user=SU_USER
           run operations with su as this user (default=root) (deprecated, use become)

       -s, --sudo
           Run the command as the user given by -u and sudo to root (deprecated, use become).

       --ssh-common-args='-o ProxyCommand="ssh -W %h:%p ..." ...'
           Add the specified arguments to any sftp/scp/ssh command-line. Useful to set a
           ProxyCommand to use a jump host, but any arguments that are accepted by all three
           programs may be specified.

       --sftp-extra-args='-f ...'
           Add the specified arguments to any sftp command-line.

       --scp-extra-args='-l ...'
           Add the specified arguments to any scp command-line.

       --ssh-extra-args='-R ...'
           Add the specified arguments to any ssh command-line.

       -U SUDO_USERNAME, --sudo-user=SUDO_USERNAME
           Sudo to SUDO_USERNAME deafult is root. (deprecated, use become).

       --skip-tags=SKIP_TAGS
           Only run plays and tasks whose tags do not match these values.

       --syntax-check
           Look for syntax errors in the playbook, but don’t run anything

       -t, TAGS, --tags=TAGS
           Only run plays and tasks tagged with these values.

       -T SECONDS, --timeout=SECONDS
           Connection timeout to use when trying to talk to hosts, in SECONDS.

       -u USERNAME, --user=USERNAME
           Use this USERNAME to login to the target host, instead of the current user.

       --vault-password-file=VAULT_PASSWORD_FILE
           Vault password file.

       -v, --verbose
           Verbose mode, more output from successful actions will be shown. Give up to three
           times for more output.

       --version
           Show program’s version number and exit.

ENVIRONMENT

       The following environment variables may be specified.

       ANSIBLE_INVENTORY  — Override the default ansible inventory file

       ANSIBLE_LIBRARY — Override the default ansible module library path

       ANSIBLE_CONFIG — Override the default ansible config file

       Many more are available for most options in ansible.cfg

FILES

       /etc/ansible/hosts — Default inventory file

       /usr/share/ansible/ — Default module library

       /etc/ansible/ansible.cfg — Config file, used if present

       ~/.ansible.cfg — User config file, overrides the default config if present

AUTHOR

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

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2012, Michael DeHaan

       Ansible is released under the terms of the GPLv3 License.

SEE ALSO

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

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