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ANSIBLE-PLAYBOOK(1)	System administration commands	   ANSIBLE-PLAYBOOK(1)

       ansible-playbook	 - Runs	Ansible	playbooks, executing the defined tasks
       on the targeted hosts.

       ansible-playbook	[options] playbook.yml [playbook2 ...]

       the tool	to run	Ansible	 playbooks,  which  are	 a  configuration  and
       multinode   deployment	system.	   See	 the   project	home  page  (- for more information.

	  ask for vault	password

       --become-method 'BECOME_METHOD'
	  privilege escalation method to  use  (default=%default),  use	 ansi-
	  ble-doc -t become -l to list valid choices.

       --become-user 'BECOME_USER'
	  run operations as this user (default=root)

	  clear	the fact cache for every host in inventory

	  run handlers even if a task fails

	  outputs a list of matching hosts; does not execute anything else

	  list all available tags

	  list all tasks that would be executed

       --private-key, --key-file
	  use this file	to authenticate	the connection

       --scp-extra-args	'SCP_EXTRA_ARGS'
	  specify extra	arguments to pass to scp only (e.g. -l)

       --sftp-extra-args 'SFTP_EXTRA_ARGS'
	  specify extra	arguments to pass to sftp only (e.g. -f, -l)

	  only run plays and tasks whose tags do not match these values

       --ssh-common-args 'SSH_COMMON_ARGS'
	  specify common arguments to pass to sftp/scp/ssh (e.g. ProxyCommand)

       --ssh-extra-args	'SSH_EXTRA_ARGS'
	  specify extra	arguments to pass to ssh only (e.g. -R)

       --start-at-task 'START_AT_TASK'
	  start	the playbook at	the task matching this name

	  one-step-at-a-time: confirm each task	before running

	  perform a syntax check on the	playbook, but do not execute it

	  the vault identity to	use

	  vault	password file

	  show program's version number, config	file location, configured mod-
	  ule search path, module location, executable location	and exit

       -C, --check
	  don't	make any changes; instead, try to predict some of the  changes
	  that may occur

       -D, --diff
	  when	changing  (small) files	and templates, show the	differences in
	  those	files; works great with	--check

       -K, --ask-become-pass
	  ask for privilege escalation password

       -M, --module-path
	  prepend colon-separated path(s) to module library  (default=~/.ansi-

       -T 'TIMEOUT', --timeout 'TIMEOUT'
	  override the connection timeout in seconds (default=10)

       -b, --become
	  run operations with become (does not imply password prompting)

       -c 'CONNECTION',	--connection 'CONNECTION'
	  connection type to use (default=smart)

       -e, --extra-vars
	  set  additional  variables  as  key=value  or	YAML/JSON, if filename
	  prepend with @

       -f 'FORKS', --forks 'FORKS'
	  specify number of parallel processes to use (default=5)

       -h, --help
	  show this help message and exit

       -i, --inventory,	--inventory-file
	  specify inventory host path or comma separated host  list.  --inven-
	  tory-file is deprecated

       -k, --ask-pass
	  ask for connection password

       -l 'SUBSET', --limit 'SUBSET'
	  further limit	selected hosts to an additional	pattern

       -t, --tags
	  only run plays and tasks tagged with these values

       -u 'REMOTE_USER', --user	'REMOTE_USER'
	  connect as this user (default=None)

       -v, --verbose
	  verbose mode (-vvv for more, -vvvv to	enable connection debugging)

       The following environment variables may be specified.

       ANSIBLE_CONFIG -- Specify override location for the ansible config file

       Many more are available for most	options	in ansible.cfg

       For  a  full  list  check  or use the ansi-
       ble-config command.

       /usr/local/etc/ansible/ansible.cfg -- Config file, used if present

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

       ./ansible.cfg  --  Local	config file (in	current	working	directory) as-
       sumed to	be 'project specific' and overrides the	rest if	present.

       As mentioned above, the ANSIBLE_CONFIG environment variable will	 over-
       ride all	others.

       Ansible was originally written by Michael DeHaan.

       Copyright  A(C) 2018 Red	Hat, Inc | Ansible.  Ansible is	released under
       the terms of the	GPLv3 license.

       ansible (1), ansible-config (1),	ansible-console	(1), ansible-doc  (1),
       ansible-galaxy  (1),  ansible-inventory	(1),  ansible-pull  (1), ansi-
       ble-vault (1)

       Extensive documentation is available  in	 the  documentation  site:  <->.   IRC	 and mailing list info can be found in
       file,	     available	       in:	    <->

Ansible	2.8.11						   ANSIBLE-PLAYBOOK(1)


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