ansible.windows.win_wait_for – Waits for a condition before continuing¶
This plugin is part of the ansible.windows collection (version 1.7.2).
To install it use:
ansible-galaxy collection install ansible.windows.
To use it in a playbook, specify:
You can wait for a set amount of time
timeout, this is the default if nothing is specified.
Waiting for a port to become available is useful for when services are not immediately available after their init scripts return which is true of certain Java application servers.
You can wait for a file to exist or not exist on the filesystem.
This module can also be used to wait for a regex match string to be present in a file.
You can wait for active connections to be closed before continuing on a local port.
- name: Wait 300 seconds for port 8000 to become open on the host, don't start checking for 10 seconds ansible.windows.win_wait_for: port: 8000 delay: 10 - name: Wait 150 seconds for port 8000 of any IP to close active connections ansible.windows.win_wait_for: host: 0.0.0.0 port: 8000 state: drained timeout: 150 - name: Wait for port 8000 of any IP to close active connection, ignoring certain hosts ansible.windows.win_wait_for: host: 0.0.0.0 port: 8000 state: drained exclude_hosts: ['10.2.1.2', '10.2.1.3'] - name: Wait for file C:\temp\log.txt to exist before continuing ansible.windows.win_wait_for: path: C:\temp\log.txt - name: Wait until process complete is in the file before continuing ansible.windows.win_wait_for: path: C:\temp\log.txt regex: process complete - name: Wait until file is removed ansible.windows.win_wait_for: path: C:\temp\log.txt state: absent - name: Wait until port 1234 is offline but try every 10 seconds ansible.windows.win_wait_for: port: 1234 state: absent sleep: 10
Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module: