Check status of an operation running in the background - Ansible

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I want to check the status of an operation that is running background in Ansible. How do I achieve this?
Mar 6, 2019 in Ansible by Neel
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Hey @Neel, According to the documentation,

Long running operations can run in the background, and it is possible to check their status later. For example, to execute long_running_operation asynchronously in the background, with a timeout of 3600 seconds (-B), and without polling (-P):

$ ansible all -B 3600 -P 0 -a "/usr/bin/long_running_operation --do-stuff"
answered Mar 6, 2019 by Yesha

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