> What happens if you use the ansible service module with -vvvv
> - name: Start dirsrv
> sudo: yes
> action: service enabled=yes state=restarted
I will set it up and run it again, but the same thing happened. That's how I
originally found it. Actually, I did it with 'ipa' as the service, and the
dirsrv part was stopping right away. The direct invocation of the startup
scripts were subsequent trouble shooting.
Can I see this with -vvvv on the ansible-playbook run thanks? If you have output
you don't want shared, feel free to send direct to me offlist.
> I think the issue is not with dirsrv at all, but with your ansible
> environment and how you are trying to start / stop the services....
This is a bog-standard ansible environment. Not sure what I would be doing
wrong. All other services started by Ansible remain running after it
Who knows, it could be anything.
For my sanity, if you ssh to the system and run:
sudo service dirsrv start
Does that work and persist?
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