Bootstrap FreeKB - Ansible - Getting Started with Task Execution (Parallelism)
Ansible - Getting Started with Task Execution (Parallelism)

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Parallelism is the concept of numerous managed nodes executing the tasks in a playbook simultaneously. For example, let's say you have 5 managed nodes defined in your inventory, server1 through server5. The default behavior is that server1 through server5 will go through the tasks in the playbook in parallel (simultaneously). Each tasks in the playbook will be completed on all of the managed nodes before moving onto the next task in the playbook.

This behavior can be adjusted, using the following controls.

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