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sh – POSIX shell (/bin/sh)

Synopsis

  • This shell plugin is the one you want to use on most Unix systems, it is the most compatible and widely installed shell.

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Configuration Comments
admin_users
list
Default:
["root", "toor"]
ini entries:

[defaults]
admin_users = ['root', 'toor']

env:ANSIBLE_ADMIN_USERS
var: ansible_admin_users
list of users to be expected to have admin privileges. This is used by the controller to determine how to share temporary files between the remote user and the become user.
async_dir
-
Default:
"~/.ansible_async"
ini entries:

[defaults]
async_dir = ~/.ansible_async

env:ANSIBLE_ASYNC_DIR
var: ansible_async_dir
Directory in which ansible will keep async job information
environment
dictionary
Default:
{}
dictionary of environment variables and their values to use when executing commands.
remote_tmp
-
Default:
"~/.ansible/tmp"
ini entries:

[defaults]
remote_tmp = ~/.ansible/tmp

env:ANSIBLE_REMOTE_TEMP
env:ANSIBLE_REMOTE_TMP
var: ansible_remote_tmp
Temporary directory to use on targets when executing tasks.
system_tmpdirs
list
Default:
["/var/tmp", "/tmp"]
ini entries:

[defaults]
system_tmpdirs = ['/var/tmp', '/tmp']

env:ANSIBLE_SYSTEM_TMPDIRS
var: ansible_system_tmpdirs
List of valid system temporary directories for Ansible to choose when it cannot use ``remote_tmp``, normally due to permission issues. These must be world readable, writable, and executable.

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