Module Maintenance & Support¶
To help identify maintainers and understand how the included modules are officially supported, each module now has associated metadata that provides additional clarity for maintenance and support.
Core Maintained modules are maintained by the Ansible Engineering Team. These modules are integral to the basic foundations of the Ansible distribution.
Network Maintained modules are are maintained by the Ansible Network Team. Please note there are additional networking modules that are categorized as Certified or Community not maintained by Ansible.
If you believe you have found a bug in a module and are already running the latest stable or development version of Ansible, first look at the issue tracker in the Ansible repo to see if an issue has already been filed. If not, please file one.
Should you have a question rather than a bug report, inquiries are welcome on the ansible-project Google group or on Ansible’s “#ansible” channel, located on irc.freenode.net.
For development-oriented topics, use the ansible-devel Google group or Ansible’s #ansible and #ansible-devel channels, located on irc.freenode.net. You should also read Community Information & Contributing, Testing Ansible, and Developing Modules.
The modules are hosted on GitHub in a subdirectory of the Ansible repo.
NOTE: If you have a Red Hat Ansible Engine product subscription, please follow the standard issue reporting process via the Red Hat Customer Portal.
- Modules by category
- A complete list of all available modules.
- Introduction To Ad-Hoc Commands
- Examples of using modules in /usr/bin/ansible
- Working With Playbooks
- Examples of using modules with /usr/bin/ansible-playbook
- Should you develop a module?
- How to write your own modules
- List of Ansible Certified Modules
- High level list of Ansible certified modules from Partners
- Mailing List
- Questions? Help? Ideas? Stop by the list on Google Groups
- #ansible IRC chat channel