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Ansible: unpack a file on the remote host - Ansible version 2.2

A while ago I posted about a nasty problem in the Ansible "unarchive" module: in version 2.0.x, if you do not specify "copy=no", Ansible will happily copy the file again from the Ansible host.

Turns out, that problem was fixed in version 2.2, but now the Playbook runs into an error:

fatal: [xxx]: FAILED! => {"changed": false, "failed": true, "msg": "parameters are mutually exclusive: ('copy', 'remote_src')"}

Even if "copy" is set to "no", Ansible no longer accepts both parameters.

 

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