Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/GENIExperimentEngine/Execute


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03/16/15 12:39:37 (5 years ago)
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acb@cs.princeton.edu
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    109109|| [[Image(wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/Graphics:tip.png, nolink, 50px, bottom)]] || '''Pro Tip:''' The '''ansible''' command-line tool is a good way to try out Ansible tasks before putting them in your playbook.  Look at the examples in part 1 above. ||
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    111 || [[Image(wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/Graphics:tip.png, nolink, 50px, bottom)]] || '''Pro Tip:''' Usually in an Ansible playbook you reference a variable by surrounding it in double curly brackets: ''{{ ansible_eth0.ipv4.address }}''.  You can see a couple of examples of how variables are referenced in tasks in [https://github.com/ansible/ansible-examples/blob/master/language_features/get_url.yml this playbook]. ||
     111|| [[Image(wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/Graphics:tip.png, nolink, 50px, bottom)]] || '''Pro Tip:''' Usually in an Ansible playbook you reference a variable by surrounding it in double curly brackets: ''{{ ansible_eth0.ipv4.address }}''.  You can see examples of how variables are referenced in tasks in [https://github.com/ansible/ansible-examples/blob/master/language_features/get_url.yml this playbook]. ||
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    113113|| [[Image(wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/Graphics:tip.png, nolink, 50px, bottom)]] || '''Pro Tip:''' When you run an Ansible command in a playbook, you can save the output into a new variable using '''register: varname'''  Then you can retrieve the value later in the playbook using ''{{ varname }}'' or, for shell command output, ''{{ varname.stdout }}''.  You can see an example of how to register a variable in [https://github.com/ansible/ansible-examples/blob/master/language_features/register_logic.yml this playbook]. ||