foreman – Sends events to Foreman

New in version 2.2.

Synopsis

  • This callback will report facts and task events to Foreman https://theforeman.org/
  • Before 2.4, if you wanted to use an ini configuration, the file must be placed in the same directory as this plugin and named foreman.ini
  • In 2.4 and above you can just put it in the main Ansible configuration file.

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the local master node that executes this callback.

  • whitelisting in configuration
  • requests (python library)

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Configuration Comments
client_cert
-
Default:
"/etc/foreman/client_cert.pem"
ini entries:

[callback_foreman]
ssl_cert = /etc/foreman/client_cert.pem

[callback_foreman]
client_cert = /etc/foreman/client_cert.pem

env:FOREMAN_SSL_CERT
X509 certificate to authenticate to Foreman if https is used

aliases: ssl_cert
client_key
-
Default:
"/etc/foreman/client_key.pem"
ini entries:

[callback_foreman]
ssl_key = /etc/foreman/client_key.pem

[callback_foreman]
client_key = /etc/foreman/client_key.pem

env:FOREMAN_SSL_KEY
the corresponding private key

aliases: ssl_key
url
- / required
Default:
"http://localhost:3000"
ini entries:

[callback_foreman]
url = http://localhost:3000

env:FOREMAN_URL
URL to the Foreman server
verify_certs
-
Default:
1
ini entries:

[callback_foreman]
verify_certs = 1

env:FOREMAN_SSL_VERIFY
Toggle to decide whether to verify the Foreman certificate.
It can be set to '1' to verify SSL certificates using the installed CAs or to a path pointing to a CA bundle.
Set to '0' to disable certificate checking.

Status

Authors

  • UNKNOWN

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