Getting started

Example inventory

To manage kernel modules on a host, you need to add it to the [debops_service_kmod] Ansible inventory group:


Example playbook

If you are using this role without DebOps, here's an example Ansible playbook that uses the debops.kmod role:


- name: Manage kernel modules
  collections: [ 'debops.debops', 'debops.roles01',
                 'debops.roles02', 'debops.roles03' ]
  hosts: [ 'debops_service_kmod' ]
  become: True

  environment: '{{ inventory__environment | d({})
                   | combine(inventory__group_environment | d({}))
                   | combine(inventory__host_environment  | d({})) }}'


    - role: python
      tags: [ 'role::python', 'skip::python', 'role::kmod' ]
        - '{{ kmod__python__dependent_packages3 }}'
        - '{{ kmod__python__dependent_packages2 }}'

    - role: kmod
      tags: [ 'role::kmod', 'skip::kmod' ]

Ansible tags

You can use Ansible --tags or --skip-tags parameters to limit what tasks are performed during Ansible run. This can be used after a host was first configured to speed up playbook execution, when you are sure that most of the configuration is already in the desired state.

Available role tags:

Main role tag, should be used in the playbook to execute all of the role tasks as well as role dependencies.

Other resources

List of other useful resources related to the debops.kmod Ansible role: