On 14.02.2018 00:30, John Harmon wrote:
I don't know if I have a syntax issue or a bug. Thought before filing a bug I would see what you guys thought. I have a bunch of roles/playbooks I
wish to execute against new servers.  Here is what I have come up with.

- hosts: "{{ host }}"

    - ansible_dependencies
    - aliases

<snip />

    - /playbooks/one-offs/bash_history.yml -e host= "{{ host }}"
    - /playbooks/one-offs/dmesg_timestamps.yml -e host= "{{ host }}"
    - /playbooks/one-offs/grub_cmdline.yml -e host= "{{ host }}"

import_playbook is not a directive for a play, since it's a file with one or more play it's a directive on the top level.
So you need a dash in front and move it all the way to the left.

import_playbook doesn't take a list of playbook files, a little hint is that it's _playbook not _playbooks.

-e is misplaced, -e is a command line option so remove that.

It's not allowed to have space in-front or after the equal sign in Ansible yaml syntax.

So try

- import_playbook: /playbooks/one-offs/bash_history.yml host="{{ host }}" - import_playbook: /playbooks/one-offs/dmesg_timestamps.yml host="{{ host }}"

Kai Stian Olstad

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