pongon successful contact. It does not make sense in playbooks, but it is useful from
/usr/bin/ansibleto verify the ability to login and that a usable python is configured.
|data ||no||pong|| |
Data to return for the
If this parameter is set to
# Test we can logon to 'webservers' and execute python with json lib. # ansible webservers -m ping # Example from an Ansible Playbook - ping: # Induce an exception to see what happens - ping: data: crash
Common return values are documented here Return Values, the following are the fields unique to this module:
value provided with the data parameter
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