How to ignore failed commands in Ansible?

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Suppose I want to ignore failed commands and continue with the execution of the playbook, how do I do this in Ansible?
Feb 7 in Ansible by Neha
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Usually, if even one command fails to execute, the playbook execution stops. Write a task to ignore errors:

- name: this will not be counted as a failure
  command: /bin/false
  ignore_errors: yes

This does not ignore syntax errors though.

answered Feb 7 by Patt

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