This repository includes the inventory and playbooks for using ansible to manage lxd/lxc based containers as well as common files used to maintain suspect devices environment.
Installing Ansible on lxd server.
The hosts file serves to categorize and document the containers running on kb2018 and bs2020.
Using Ansible to update containers.
root@kb2018:/etc/ansible# ansible pets -m raw -a "update.sh"
Ansible backups are DEPRECIATED.
cd /etc/ansible ;screen -L time ansible-playbook playbooks/backup-lxd-containers.yml -vvv -i importants
A python based script which is run by cron at midnight maintains warm spares on bs2020:
Creation of containers
Container creation is simply a matter of adding the container info to /etc/ansible/hosts. under local_containers.
root@kb2018:/etc/ansible# nano hosts ... # variables used by playbooks to create/maintain containers # Host Variables # ip_address # purpose # # Lan Variables # ip_netmask # ip_gateway # ip_dns_server (default server) # Base Image alias to create container # image_alias # Profiles # net_and_disk_profile - profile defining disk pool and network connection # system_profile - base users and other cloud-config items ... [local_containers] ... agoodauthor ip_address=184.108.40.206 purpose="Sample Server" image_alias="ubuntu/focal/cloud" ...
Then run the create-lxc-containers playbook.
root@kb2018:/etc/ansible# ansible-playbook playbooks/create-lxd-containers.yml
Making your changes perminant
Perminant modifications to this directory should be followed by
git commit -a m"Reason for change" git push.