Ansible Basics – Interview Preparation

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1) How to check the connectivity of all the nodes?
2) How to control whether an ansible playbook should prompt for a sudo password or not?
3) What is the filename where we store all the hosts ip ?
4) How to control whether an ansible playbook should prompt for a password or not?
5) How to check whether package is installed or not ?
6) How to reboot all the system in a group ?
7) What is the goal of the Ansible?
8) Using which option we can run parallel processes to spawn when communicating with
remote hosts?
9) Is it possible to configure the settings via environment variables?
10) What is the default location ansible looks to find module_utils?
11) What is the use of Ansible?
12) What is an ad-hoc command?
13) How to transfer a file to multiple servers ?
14) How to disable the deprecating warnings?
15) Is it true command module doesn't support shell variables, pipes or quotes?
16) What ansible tower provides ?
17) What is the name of the configuration file of ansible?
18) How to gather ad-hoc information about your system ?
19) How to remove the user of the same name from the multiple hosts ?
20) Where the ansible log exist?
21) Is it possible to assign the permission mode of the remote host?
22) What is the name of the plugins which is used to log activity from the command line and
send notifications?
23) How to control whether an ansible playbook should prompt for the vault password or
not?
24) In Ansible, Is it possible to use multiple inventory files at the same time ?
25) what would happen if we keep the value of internal_poll_interval high?
26) In which folder of the remote hosts we need to store the public key of the controlling
machine ?
27) How to check whether the service is started or not on all the webservers ?
28) What is Ansible?
29) Is it true most versions of the sshpass do not deal particularly well with BSD login
prompts?
30) Why we use ad-hoc command instead of the playbook?


Ramdev

Ramdev

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