Create a directory at a specific path using ansible

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I need to create a directory called testing at a specific location. How do I do this using Ansible?
Jan 9 in Ansible by Zunaid
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To create a directory using Ansible, you need to set two parameters:

Path - absolute path, where you want to create the directory

state - by default, this is set to file, change it to directory since you need to create a directory.

Something like this:

- hosts: all
  tasks:
  - name: directory-name
    file:
      path: absolute-path
      state: directory
answered Jan 9 by Jason

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