Check for certain package with specific version exists - Ansible

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Suppose I have a group called webservers which consists of 3 servers. I would like to check if a certain package with specific version exists or no. How do I do that?
Mar 6, 2019 in Ansible by Kavya
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Hey @Kavya, to check if a package is installed to a specific version, you can use the command in a similar manner:

$ ansible webservers -m yum -a "name=acme-1.5 state=present"
answered Mar 6, 2019 by Devika

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