Home Inventory 3.8.6
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Home Inventory 3.8.6
It helps you organize the receipts, warranty information, product manuals, maintenance schedules, repair and improvement notes, and other important information about your home and its contents. With this, all of this information is in one place, and easy to find.
If you have a custom dynamic inventory script, or a cloud provider that is not yet supported natively in Tower, you can also import that into Tower. Refer to Inventory File Importing in the Ansible Tower Administration Guide.
This tab displays a list of the inventories that are currently available. The inventory list may be sorted and searched by Name, Type, or Organization.
Inventory Sync (): Green indicates successful syncs in the inventory, and red indicates failed syncs. Clicking this icon displays the sync status for the last five inventory source syncs and source information, if the inventory has sources that are able to sync.
The host model has a related endpoint, smart_inventories that identifies a set of all the Smart Inventory a host is associated with. The membership table is updated every time a job runs against a smart inventory.
source_vars that contain plugin: foo.bar.baz as a top-level key will be replaced with the appropriate fully-qualified inventory plugin name at runtime based on the InventorySource source. For example, if ec2 is selected for the InventorySource then, at run-time, plugin will be set to amazon.aws.aws_ec2.
If you already have an inventory source set up, then Tower automatically switches to use the inventory plugins depending on the source and Ansible version, but continue to maintain the same content previously in those scripts. If you need to control the version of Ansible being used, you can use custom virtual environments for the inventory source. Refer to Using virtualenv with Ansible Tower.
Smart Host Filter: (Only applicable to Smart Inventories) Click the button to open a separate Dynamic Hosts window to filter hosts for this inventory. These options are based on the organization you chose.
Variables: Variable definitions and values to be applied to all hosts in this inventory. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two.
After Tower saves the new inventory, you can proceed with configuring permissions, groups, hosts, sources, and view completed jobs, if applicable to the type of inventory. For more instructions, refer to the subsequent sections.
Inventory sources are no longer associated with groups. Prior versions, spawned groups and hosts would be children of our inventory source group. Now, spawned groups are top-level. These groups may still have child groups, and all of these spawned groups may have hosts.
Starting in Ansible Tower 3.5, you can view all your inventory groups at once, or you can filter it to only display the root group(s). An inventory group is considered a root group if it is not a subset of another group.
You may be able to delete a subgroup without concern for dependencies, but if you want to delete a root group, Tower will look for dependencies such as any child groups or hosts. If the root group you want to delete has both, a confirmation dialog displays for you to choose whether to delete the root group and all of its subgroups and hosts; or promote the subgroup(s) so they become the top-level inventory group(s), along with their host(s).
To use an inventory plugin, you must provide an inventory source. Most of the time, this is a file containing host information or a YAML configuration file with options for the plugin. Adding a source to an inventory only applies to standard inventories. Smart inventories inherit their source from the standard inventories they are associated with. To configure the source for the inventory:
Ansible Environment: This field is only present if custom virtual environments (venvs) are setup. Choose the venv with which you want to run your inventory imports. Refer to Using virtualenv with Ansible Tower for details on setting up a custom venvs.
Update on Launch: Each time a job runs using this inventory, refresh the inventory from the selected source before executing job tasks. To avoid job overflows if jobs are spawned faster than the inventory can sync, selecting this allows you to configure a Cache Timeout to cache prior inventory syncs for a certain number of seconds.
Once a source is defined, it displays as an entry in the list of sources associated with the inventory. From the Sources tab you can perform a sync on a single source, or sync all of them at once. You can also perform additional actions such as scheduling a sync process, and edit or delete the source.
Project: Required. Specify the project this inventory is using as its source. Click the button to choose from a list of projects. If the list is extensive, use the search to narrow the options.
Inventory File: Required. Select an inventory file associated with the sourced project. If not already populated, you can type it into the text field within the drop down menu to filter the extraneous file types. In addition to a flat file inventory, you can point to a directory or an inventory script.
In addition to the update options available for cloud inventory sources, you can specify whether or not to update on project changes. Check the Update on Project Update option to refresh the inventory from the selected source after every project update where the SCM revision changes before executing job tasks. For more detail, refer to Update on Project Update in the Ansible Tower Administration Guide.
If you are executing a custom inventory script from SCM, please make sure you set the execution bit (i.e. chmod +x) on the script in your upstream source control. If you do not, Tower will throw a [Errno 13] Permission denied error upon execution.
Use the Source Variables field to override variables found in aws_ec2 plugin and used by the inventory update script. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two. For a detailed description of these variables, view the aws_ec2 inventory plugin in the Ansible documentation.
Use the Source Variables field to override variables found in azure_rm.ini and used by the inventory update script. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two. For a detailed description of these variables, view the azure_rm.ini inventory script in the Ansible Collections GitHub repo.
Use the Source Variables field to configure this inventory source. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two. For a detailed description of these variables, refer to the VMware Guest inventory source in the Ansible Collections documentation.
Starting with Ansible 2.9, VMWare properties have changed from lower case to camelCase. Tower provides aliases for the top-level keys, but lower case keys in nested properties have been discontinued. For a list of valid and supported properties starting with Ansible 2.9, refer to the primary documentation for hostvars from VMWare inventory imports.
If you see the message, "no foreman.id" variable(s) when syncing the inventory, refer to the solution on the Red Hat Customer Portal at: Be sure to login with your customer credentials to access the full article.
Use the Source Variables field to override variables found in openstack.yml and used by the inventory update script. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two. For a detailed description of these variables, view OpenStack inventory source in the Ansible collections documentation.
Red Hat Virtualization (ovirt) inventory source requests are secure by default. To change this default setting, set the key ovirt_insecure to true in source_variables, which is only available from the API details of the inventory source at the /api/v2/inventory_sources/N/ endpoint.
Use the Environment Variables field to set variables in the environment to be used by the inventory update script. The variables would be specific to the script that you have written. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two.
If an inventory was used to run a job, you can view details about those jobs in the Completed Jobs tab of the inventory and click Expanded to view details about each job.
Limit: Enter the limit used to target hosts in the inventory. To target all hosts in the inventory enter all or *, or leave the field blank. This is automatically populated with whatever was selected in the previous view prior to clicking the launch button.
Extra Variables: Provide extra command line variables to be applied when running this inventory. Enter variables using either JSON or YAML syntax. Use the radio button to toggle between the two.
Keep all your household inventory beautifully organized and easily accessible. Store the inventory in its own file. Never miss a thing, specify all needed information about your items, such as price, model, reference number, date of purchase, and etc.
Scope: This standard establishes functional and physical properties for facilities needed to provide an adequate overall emergency response. The properties address a) emergency response facilities, b) facility features and requirements, and c) parameters needed to provide a basis for determining an adequate inventory of equipment and supplies for anticipated emergency responses.
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