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Ansible version for a single-node Vagrant deployment?

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Ansible version for a single-node Vagrant deployment?

I got wind that Ansible 2.0.2.0 (the one pulled automatically by a homebrew) is not compatible with the single-node Vagrant deployment v1.8.1 (osx). Can someone please confirm? I was never able to complete the steps (stops after a service start attempt).

On a side note, it's not trivial to downgrade Ansible to 2.0.x in homebrew, as other versions don't seem to be available (only older 1.9 and 1.8).

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Re: Ansible version for a single-node Vagrant deployment?

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Confirmed.

For reference, here's the current version list:

@nallen has a PR up with a more complete readme for the Singlenode Vagrant install. Until it gets merged in, you can see it here:

Singlenode Vagrant Readme

I was able to easily downrev Ansible by using the directions here: Downrev Ansible. Please let me know if that works for you.

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Re: Ansible version for a single-node Vagrant deployment?

Rising Star

Confirmed.

For reference, here's the current version list:

@nallen has a PR up with a more complete readme for the Singlenode Vagrant install. Until it gets merged in, you can see it here:

Singlenode Vagrant Readme

I was able to easily downrev Ansible by using the directions here: Downrev Ansible. Please let me know if that works for you.

Re: Ansible version for a single-node Vagrant deployment?

Thanks Dave, installing via pip workaround worked. Here, take some internet points :)

Re: Ansible version for a single-node Vagrant deployment?

Rising Star

Thanks! I need 'em.

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