[PVE-User] Proxmox VE 5.x deployments with Ansible

Thomas Lamprecht t.lamprecht at proxmox.com
Wed Oct 4 08:01:27 CEST 2017


Hi,

First thanks for this work!

Second, It looks like some links got scrambled up - maybe through the
fault of your mail editor.

I tried to fix them in this reply here:

On 10/04/2017 02:19 AM, Musee Ullah wrote:
> Hey all,
> 
> It's been a while. I just a cut a release of an Ansible role that now
> supports deploying PVE 5.x nodes (it still supports 4.x), as well as
> configuring HTTPS certificates for the nodes. Most of the requests from
> the previous email thread (back in March)  were also implemented long
> ago, but I happened to not cut a release for them until now. (For more
> info, check the releases page: https://github.com/lae/ansible-role-prox
> mox/releases.)
> 

<https://github.com/lae/ansible-role-proxmox/releases>

> You can see a successful test deployment of 5.x/Debian Stretch here: ht
> tps://travis-ci.org/lae/ansible-role-proxmox/jobs/282937447#L4975 -
> I've also successfully tested creating a cluster with pvecm locally
> using this (I'll eventually add this functionality into the Ansible
> role).
> 

<https://travis-ci.org/lae/ansible-role-proxmox/jobs/282937447#L4975>

> Anyway, if any of you have time to do a 5.x deployment (or even manage
> an existing 4.x deployment) using this role, I'd love to get your input
> as to what could be improved.
> 
> The role is available on Ansible Galaxy at https://galaxy.ansible.com/l
> ae/proxmox/ (the README tab has a quickstart section with an example
> single host deployment).
> 

<https://galaxy.ansible.com/lae/proxmox/>

> Also one more thing to note - this can easily be used to keep 4.x and
> 5.x clusters up to date (it'll upgrade to the latest in their series) -
> but it can't be used for automating an upgrade from 4.x to 5.x (too
> many variables to consider, honestly).
> 
> 

cheers,
Thomas



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