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Re: [atomic-devel] Fedora atomic host 23 and ansible

On 16 October 2015 at 19:50, Tobias Florek <atomic ibotty net> wrote:
>>> How could a containerized python 2 work? I don't see a way on how it
> could work. So is the only option to roll your own atomic hosts?
>> I think in this case it wouldn't just be a containerized python2, but a
>> superprivileged container specifically for ansible support.
> How can a spc work seamlessly in that case? Wouldn't it at least need to
> have a `/host` in front of every path you might want to manage in
> ansible? Is there some deep python hacking that is still feasible so we
> don't have to do that?

Arbitrary Ansible commands don't necessarily make sense on a stateless
system like Atomic Host, so it would be a matter of figuring out the
subset that *does* make sense and ensuring those work (e.g. talking to
the Docker daemon, querying rpm-ostree, managing host upgrades and


Nick Coghlan   |   ncoghlan gmail com   |   Brisbane, Australia

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