LiNUX Lab

Ad Hoc Commands Lab 1

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Time required: 1 Hours

Scope

Use the setup command to pull back all the information about the server.  Examine the output and see what information is provided.

Suggested Pre Requisites

 

Standard tasks for all lab servers to set them up for self use.

 

Log into the lab server as user then sudo to the root user.

 

sudo su -

 

Install ansible with

 

yum install ansible

 

Add the local server as a local group.

 

Edit the /etc/ansible/hosts file.  Put the following at the top.

 

[local]
localhost

[single]
localhost

[databases]
localhost

[other]
localhost

[temp]
localhost

 

Save the /etc/ansible/hosts file.

 

Create an ansible user to use with the labs. 

 sudo useradd -G wheel ansible

Log out and log in as the ansible user.

Create an ssh key for your user.

 

ssh-keygen

Use the ssh-copy-id command to copy your own ssh key to your own user's authority file.

 


ssh-copy-id localhost

Use the ansible all -m ping command to test connectivity to the localhost.   You should now be ready to use the lab server.

 

 

 

Objectives

Use the setup command to pull back all the information about the server.  Examine the output and see what information is provided.

Overview

Use the setup command to pull back all the information about the server.  Examine the output and see what information is provided.

Scenarios

1. Setup Lab server as per prerequisites.
2. Use ansible commands to pull information about the server.
3. Use individual commands to pull separate information about the server.

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