Chapter 7. Reviewing your Ansible configuration with Automation content navigator
As a content creator, you can review your Ansible configuration with Automation content navigator and interactively delve into settings.
7.1. Reviewing your Ansible configuration from Automation content navigator
You can review your Ansible configuration with the Automation content navigator text-based user interface in interactive mode and delve into the settings. Automation content navigator pulls in the results from an accessible Ansible configuration file, or returns the defaults if no configuration file is present.
- You have authenticated to the Red Hat registry if you need to access additional automation execution environments. See Red Hat Container Registry Authentication for details.
Start Automation content navigator
ansible-navigator configfrom the command line to access the Ansible configuration settings.
Review the Ansible configuration.
Some values reflect settings from within the automation execution environments needed for the automation execution environments to function. These display as non-default settings you cannot set in your Ansible configuration file.
Type the number corresponding to the setting you want to delve into, or type
:<number>for numbers greater than 9.
ANSIBLE COW ACCEPTLIST (current: ['bud-frogs', 'bunny', 'cheese']) (default: 0│--- 1│current: 2│- bud-frogs 3│- bunny 4│- cheese 5│default: 6│- bud-frogs 7│- bunny 8│- cheese 9│- daemon
The output shows the current
setting as well as the
default. Note the
source in this example is
env since the setting comes from the automation execution environments.
Review the configuration output.