Execute a command using ansible playbook

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I'm trying to execute this command using ansible playbook but I'm not sure where to start writing the playbook.

Command:

curl -X POST -d@mesos-consul.json -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://marathon.service.consul:8080/v2/apps

I need a playbook to execute this. Thank you 

Jan 17 in Ansible by Reshma

edited Jan 18 by Vardhan 42 views

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Hey @Reshma, You can use the URI Module for this purpose. This module interacts with http and https servers supports many authentication mechanism.  

Try something like this:

tasks:
- name: post to consul
  uri:
    url: http://marathon.service.consul:8080/v2/apps/
    method: POST
    body: "{{ lookup('file','mesos-consul.json') }}"
    body_format: json
    headers:
      Content-Type: "application/json"
answered Jan 17 by Sameer

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