With the release of Ansible 2.4, Ansible requires that managed nodes have a Python version of at least 2.6. Most notable, this leaves RHEL 5 users wondering how to manage RHEL 5 systems in the future – given it only provides Python 2.4.
I covered this topic in a recent blog post at ansible.com/blog, read more at “USING ANSIBLE TO MANAGE RHEL 5 YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW“.
Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: Roland Wolters: [Howto] Using Ansible to manage RHEL 5 systems.
This full article can be read at: Roland Wolters: [Howto] Using Ansible to manage RHEL 5 systems.