Import OS-specific vars from task in common role

We stopped being able to do dynamic includes from the playbooks around
Ansible if I recall correctly. Instead we can create a task to
include the variables and make it always run by using the special tag.

For now the Debian and Ubuntu vars files are the same, but I will keep
them separate so that it is more flexible in the future.
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Alan Orth 2018-04-25 18:00:56 +03:00
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- name: Import OS-specific variables
include_vars: "vars/{{ ansible_distribution }}.yml"
tags: always
- name: Configure network time
import_tasks: ntp.yml

vars/Ubuntu.yml Normal file
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# sshd service name is `ssh` on Debian/Ubuntu, but it's
# `sshd` on CentOS
sshd_service_name: ssh
# provisioning user vars
provisioning_user: { name: 'provisioning', home: '/home/provisioning' }
# vim: set ts=2 sw=2:

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- munin
- vars/ipsets.yml
- vars/Debian.yml
# vim: set sw=2 ts=2: