SB> +1 here; having ansible-playbook return a 0 exit code when tasks fail
SB> make automating with a CI server more difficult then it has to be.
Do you have an example of this behavior? I feel like Ansible generally
exits non-zero if a task fails. This playbook, for example:
- hosts: host1
- command: touch /tmp/exit-code-test
- hosts: host1:host2
- command: rm /tmp/exit-code-test
The rm fails on host2, where the file doesn't exist, and ansible-playbook
ansible host1 -a 'rm /tmp/exit-code-test'
(when the file doesn't exist) exits non-zero.
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