I have the following yaml file:
- hosts: all
- name: Check the date on the server.
action: command touch /opt/b
- name: cat the Content
action: command cat /opt/b
It gets executed without any errors but it's supposed to create a file but it hasn't.
Hey @Nisha, you've mentioned this line on your playbook:
It means this is getting executed in your local system and hence the file created must be in your local system.
Remove that line and try again.
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