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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
-
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
-
password to use for authentication
server_url
-
URL on which supervisord server is listening
signal
-
added in 2.8
The signal to send to the program/group, when combined with the 'signalled' state. Required when l(state=signalled).
state
- / required
    Choices:
  • present
  • started
  • stopped
  • restarted
  • absent
  • signalled
The desired state of program/group.
supervisorctl_path
-
path to supervisorctl executable
username
-
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

# Send a signal to my_app via supervisorctl
- supervisorctl:
    name: my_app
    state: signalled
    signal: USR1

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