Write playbook to apply condition date wise comparison

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How to write playbook to compare dates between March and September and to write conditions here
Oct 21, 2020 in Ansible by anonymous
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It depends on your use case. For example, you need to run some tasks on a particular date. For that, you need to gather the date first using the shell or command module. The output of that task you need to store in a register and then apply if-else conditions.

answered Oct 21, 2020 by MD
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