Yes, that is just a variable that has specific meaning with that
playbook (and yes, it does stand for Openshift Origin). If you';re
just learning Ansible, you've picked one of the most complex examples
of usage available to learn (which is good!). You'll notice that
g_etcd_hosts, for example is referenced. That gets set in the
individual cloud providers (aws, gce, byo, etc) cluster_hosts.yml.
In the openshift-ansible project, you'll also notice something called
oo_option being used - that's a lookup plugin written in Python.
IMO, similar functionality should be part of Ansible core, but that's
a different topic :)
On Mon, Dec 26, 2016 at 11:38 AM, Stéphane Klein
<contact stephane-klein info> wrote:
> I have a simple question: what the oo_ is meaning example here
openshift-ansible/blob/master/ playbooks/common/openshift- cluster/evaluate_groups.yml# L44
> Is it meaning Openshift Origin?
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