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supervisorctl - Manage the state of a program or group of programs running via supervisord

Synopsis

  • Manage the state of a program or group of programs running via supervisord

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • supervisorctl

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
config
(added in 1.3)
The supervisor configuration file path
name
required
The name of the supervisord program or group to manage.
The name will be taken as group name when it ends with a colon :
Group support is only available in Ansible version 1.6 or later.
password
(added in 1.3)
password to use for authentication
server_url
(added in 1.3)
URL on which supervisord server is listening
state
required
    Choices:
  • present
  • started
  • stopped
  • restarted
  • absent
The desired state of program/group.
supervisorctl_path
(added in 1.4)
path to supervisorctl executable
username
(added in 1.3)
username to use for authentication

Notes

Note

  • When state = present, the module will call supervisorctl reread then supervisorctl add if the program/group does not exist.
  • When state = restarted, the module will call supervisorctl update then call supervisorctl restart.
  • When state = absent, the module will call supervisorctl reread then supervisorctl remove to remove the target program/group.

Examples

# Manage the state of program to be in 'started' state.
- supervisorctl:
    name: my_app
    state: started

# Manage the state of program group to be in 'started' state.
- supervisorctl:
    name: 'my_apps:'
    state: started

# Restart my_app, reading supervisorctl configuration from a specified file.
- supervisorctl:
    name: my_app
    state: restarted
    config: /var/opt/my_project/supervisord.conf

# Restart my_app, connecting to supervisord with credentials and server URL.
- supervisorctl:
    name: my_app
    state: restarted
    username: test
    password: testpass
    server_url: http://localhost:9001

Status

This module is flagged as preview which means that it is not guaranteed to have a backwards compatible interface.

Maintenance

This module is flagged as community which means that it is maintained by the Ansible Community. See Module Maintenance & Support for more info.

For a list of other modules that are also maintained by the Ansible Community, see here.

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