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

ansible-galaxy - Perform various Role related operations.

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

command to manage Ansible roles in shared repositories, the default of which is Ansible Galaxy https://galaxy.ansible.com.

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


-c, --ignore-certs

Ignore SSL certificate validation errors.


-h, --help

show this help message and exit


-s 'API_SERVER', --server 'API_SERVER'

The API server destination


-v, --verbose

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


info
prints out detailed information about an installed role as well as info available from the galaxy API.

--offline

Don't query the galaxy API when creating roles


-p, --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
searches for roles on the Ansible Galaxy server

--author 'AUTHOR'

GitHub username


--galaxy-tags 'GALAXY_TAGS'

list of galaxy tags to filter by


--platforms 'PLATFORMS'

list of OS platforms to filter by


-p, --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)


setup
Setup an integration from GitHub or Travis for Ansible Galaxy roles

--list

List all of your integrations.


--remove 'REMOVE_ID'

Remove the integration matching the provided ID value. Use --list to see ID values.


list
lists the roles installed on the local system or matches a single role passed as an argument.

-p, --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)


remove
removes the list of roles passed as arguments from the local system.

-p, --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
creates the skeleton framework of a role that complies with the galaxy metadata format.

--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


--role-skeleton 'ROLE_SKELETON'

The path to a role skeleton that the new role should be based upon.


--type 'ROLE_TYPE'

Initialize using an alternate role type. Valid types include: 'container', 'apb' and 'network'.


-f, --force

Force overwriting an existing role


install
uses the args list of roles to be installed, unless -f was specified. The list of roles

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can be a name (which will be downloaded via the galaxy API and github), or it can be a local .tar.gz file.

--force-with-deps
Force overwriting an existing role and it's dependencies


-f, --force

Force overwriting an existing role


-g, --keep-scm-meta

Use tar instead of the scm archive option when packaging the 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

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




import
used to import a role into Ansible Galaxy

--branch 'REFERENCE'

The name of a branch to import. Defaults to the repository's default branch (usually master)


--no-wait

Don't wait for import results.


--role-name 'ROLE_NAME'

The name the role should have, if different than the repo name


--status

Check the status of the most recent import request for given github_user/github_repo.


login
verify user's identify via GitHub and retrieve an auth token from Ansible Galaxy.

--github-token 'TOKEN'

Identify with github token rather than username and password.


delete
Delete a role from Ansible Galaxy.

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 https://docs.ansible.com/. or use the ansible-config command.

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

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

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

As mentioned above, the ANSIBLE_CONFIG environment variable will override all others.

Ansible was originally written by Michael DeHaan.

Copyright © 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-inventory (1), ansible-playbook (1), ansible-pull (1), ansible-vault (1)

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