infinidat.infinibox.infini_fs – Create, Delete or Modify filesystems on Infinibox

Note

This plugin is part of the infinidat.infinibox collection.

To install it use: ansible-galaxy collection install infinidat.infinibox.

To use it in a playbook, specify: infinidat.infinibox.infini_fs.

New in version 2.3: of infinidat.infinibox

Synopsis

  • This module creates, deletes or modifies filesystems on Infinibox.

Requirements

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

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
name
string / required
File system name.
password
string
Infinibox User password.
pool
string / required
Pool that will host file system.
size
string
File system size in MB, GB or TB units. See examples.
state
string
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
Creates/Modifies file system when present or removes when absent.
system
string / required
Infinibox Hostname or IPv4 Address.
user
string
Infinibox User username with sufficient priveledges ( see notes ).

Notes

Note

  • This module requires infinisdk python library

  • You must set INFINIBOX_USER and INFINIBOX_PASSWORD environment variables if user and password arguments are not passed to the module directly

  • Ansible uses the infinisdk configuration file ~/.infinidat/infinisdk.ini if no credentials are provided. See http://infinisdk.readthedocs.io/en/latest/getting_started.html

  • All Infinidat modules support check mode (–check). However, a dryrun that creates resources may fail if the resource dependencies are not met for a task. For example, consider a task that creates a volume in a pool. If the pool does not exist, the volume creation task will fail. It will fail even if there was a previous task in the playbook that would have created the pool but did not because the pool creation was also part of the dry run.

Examples

- name: Create new file system named foo under pool named bar
  infini_fs:
    name: foo
    size: 1TB
    pool: bar
    state: present
    user: admin
    password: secret
    system: ibox001

Authors

  • Gregory Shulov (@GR360RY)