Hi  Dave,

So i got this stupid question, where is the library of to put this hpilo ?
i was looking at https://github.com/ansible/ansible/issues/7633, but 
couldnt find the solution.

Thank you

On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 3:38:46 AM UTC, Dave H wrote:
>
> Hi Benny,
>
> There are a couple of development modules in the ansible docs, e.g. 
> https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/devel/modules/hpilo_boot_module.html, 
> but I have not used them.
>
> I use the python package from http://seveas.github.io/python-hpilo to 
> expose a command line interface and use an example playbook like the 
> following. You have to extract data from the output of the cli but it's 
> fairly straightforward and very useful.
>
> ansible-playbook -i "localhost," -c local playbook.yml
>
> ---
>
> - hosts: localhost
>   gather_facts: false
>
>   vars:
>
>     ilo_host: "192.168.0.10"  # IP address / hostname of the iLO interface
>     ilo_user: "xxxxx"         # username for the user to log into the iLO
>     ilo_password: "xxxxxx"    # fetch from vault or other secret storage
>     hpilo_cli_cmd: "hpilo_cli {{ ilo_host }} --json --login='{{ ilo_user 
> }}' --password='{{ ilo_password }}'"
>
>   tasks:
>
>   - name: Get current power status
>     command: "{{ hpilo_cli_cmd }} get_host_power_status"
>     register: hpilo_cli_get_host_power_status
>   
>   - name: Record power status
>     set_fact:
>       power_status: "{% if 'ON' in hpilo_cli_get_host_power_status.stdout 
> %}ON{% else %}OFF{% endif %}"
>
>   - name: Power on server - if it is powered down
>     command: "{{hpilo_cli_cmd}} press_pwr_btn"
>     when: power_status != "ON"
>
>   - name: Reboot server - if it is powered up
>     command: "{{hpilo_cli_cmd}} cold_boot_server"
>     when: power_status == "ON"
>
> Hope that helps.
>
> Dave
>
>
> On Monday, 9 April 2018 09:37:15 UTC+1, Benny Kusman wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> has anyone implemented setting up HP ILO using ansible, when the server 
>> has no OS yet ?
>> if the server has been installed and has hponcfg command, there is 
>> ansible module for it.
>>
>> But wondering, if anyone has tried to setup the server in the ilo using 
>> ansible (just simply specifying the ilo hostname, userid/password, port)
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>

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