Commit 0076adb1 authored by Bartłomiej Piotrowski's avatar Bartłomiej Piotrowski
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plugins: add auto_tags plugin

parent cfda2ad7
......@@ -7,6 +7,7 @@ nocows = 1
roles_path = roles
vault_password_file = misc/get-vault-pass.sh
retry_files_enabled = False
callback_plugins = plugins/callback
callback_whitelist = profile_tasks
[ssh_connection]
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"""
Source: https://gist.github.com/rkrzr/f5387167fa7b4869e2dca8b713879562
This module implements an Ansible plugin that is triggered at the start of a playbook.
The plugin dynamically generates a tag for each role. Each tag has the same name as its role.
The advantage of this is that it saves you some boilerplate, because you don't have to wrap
all tasks of a role in an additional block and assign a tag to that.
Additionally, it works automatically when you add new roles to your playbook.
Usage is exactly the same as without this plugin:
ansible-playbook --tags=some_tag provision.yml
Here, the "some_tag" tag was generated dynamically (assuming there is a "some_tag" role).
Installation:
1. Place this file in `plugins/callbacks/auto_tags.py` (relative to your playbook root)
2. Add the following two lines to your `ansible.cfg` file:
callback_plugins = plugins/callbacks
callback_whitelist = auto_tags
"""
from __future__ import print_function
from ansible.plugins.callback import CallbackBase
class CallbackModule(CallbackBase):
"""
Ansible supports several types of plugins. We are using the *callback* type here, since
it seemed the best choice for our use case, because it allows you to hook into the start
of a playbook.
"""
def v2_playbook_on_start(self, playbook):
"""
Dynamically add a tag of the same name to each role.
Note: Plays, roles, task_blocks and tasks can have tags.
"""
plays = playbook.get_plays()
# Note: Although identical roles are shared between plays we cannot deduplicate them,
# since Ansible treats them as different objects internally
roles = [role for play in plays for role in play.get_roles()]
# Note: Tags for roles are set dynamically in `_load_role_data` instead of in __init__
# I don't know why they do that.
for role in roles:
role_name = role._role_name
if role_name not in role.tags:
role.tags += [role_name]
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