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How to integrate an ansible on a dedicated server?


is there a way to define an stackstorm endpoint for the ansible<>stackstorm integration pack?
Means to have stackstorm and ansible installed on different servers


Right now that’s not possible - ansible pack assumes ansible Python library is installed on the server where StackStorm action runner services run (ansible library is installed automatically when installing ansible StackStorm pack).

Having said that - that shouldn’t matter much, because you can use ansible pack to run ansible commands and playbooks on arbitrary servers.

Is there a specific use case / problem you have in mind?

Hi Tomaz,

Not really a specific use case, the reason I was asking is just a design question as we have multiple stackstorm servers with a specific rotation due to versioning. So we need to have also the ansible playbooks distributed in the same way.