How to Automate Simultaneous WordPress Deployments in Multiple Linux Servers Using Ansible – Part 3

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4 Responses

  1. khwaja says:

    Where is the 4th part from the Ansible series

  2. Shubham Agarwal says:

    It is possible to set root password (mysql_secure_installation). I’ve created my own playbook and i am able to do the all configuration.

    I have set root password, removed anonymous user, remove test database from Ansible.

    Please check again and mention these steps also in this article.

  3. vic says:

    Hi I am getting this error:

    TASK: [wp-dependencies | Create MysqlDB database] *****************************
    failed: [] => {“failed”: true}
    msg: the python mysqldb module is required

    FATAL: all hosts have already failed — aborting

    I have already installed MySQL-python.x86_64 0:1.2.3-11.el7 on ansible server. Can you please help?

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