On Mon, 9 Jun 2014 10:13:00 -0600
Tim Flink <tflink(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I've generally been using port 222 for real ssh on those hosts.
could set the port in the inventory file. While that would work for
many cases, I've always used the -e directly for 2 reasons:
1) My understanding is that ansible convention discourages putting
stuff like that in the inventory files
Well, it's a bit ugly, but should work I would think.
2) Hosts are listening for ssh on port 22 when initially deployed.
Initial deployments would require changing the inventory
information to use port 22 for initial deployment and then changing
it back to the alternate port after running the playbook/role which
sets up the alternate port for ssh.
True... a bit messy.
If that's the way that we want to go, we'll have some extra
the ansible repo but it'll work.
Yeah, I think a bit of messyness in the repo is better than having to
bother with -P in rbac-playbook... just to make it simplier.