On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 4:29:19 AM UTC-5, Kai Stian Olstad wrote:
> "You still may need to call rsync directly via command or shell
> depending on your use case. synchronize does not provide access to the
> full power of rsync, but does make most invocations easier to follow."
That is good to know.
> > Is, what I am trying to do, beyond Ansible's scope?
> No, but the module have not implemented everything and what you are
> trying to do is probably not implemented yet.
> It OK to use command and shell module, they are included for a reason.
> > If not, how should
> > I do it? If yes, is there a better tool to achieve this?
> - If you have the skills, you could make the changes to the module and
> send a pull request on Github.
> - Alternative is to pay someone to do it for you.
> - Or just use command module and rsync.
> Sounds good, thanks!
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