Getting error while running an Ansible playbook in aws

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Getting error while running an Ansible playbook in aws

Getting below error:

The error was: botocore.exceptions.NoCredentialsError: Unable to locate credentials

 

when running the playbook, where exactly credentials needs to be stored other vars.yml. Below is the playbook that I am running:

 

- hosts: localhost

  connection: local

  gather_facts: False

 

  roles:

    - role: PaloAltoNetworks.paloaltonetworks

 

  tasks:

    - name: include variables (free-form)

      include_vars: vars.yml

      no_log: 'no'

 

    # Use a template from a URL

    - name: launch ansible cloudformation example

      cloudformation:

        stack_name: "ansible-PANW-NGFW-Deployment"

        state: present

        region: "{{ region }}"

        disable_rollback: true

        template_url: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/pantemplates/VM-Series-BYOLv9.json

      args:

        template_parameters:

          FirewallSSHKey: "{{ key_name }}"

        tags:

          Stack: ansible-cloudformation

      register: cloudformation

    - name: display FirewallManagementEIP

      debug:

         msg: "{{ cloudformation.stack_outputs.FirewallManagementEIP }}"

    - name: wait for SSH prompt (timeout 10min)

      wait_for: port=22 host="{{ cloudformation.stack_outputs.FirewallManagementEIP }}" timeout=600

    - name: set admin password

      panos_admpwd: ip_address="{{ cloudformation.stack_outputs.FirewallManagementEIP }}" key_filename="{{key_filename}}" newpassword="{{admin_password}}"

      register: result

      until: not result | failed

      retries: 10

      delay: 30

    - name: configure ethernet1/1 for DHCP

      panos_interface:

        ip_address: "{{ cloudformation.stack_outputs.FirewallManagementEIP }}"

        password: "{{admin_password}}"

        if_name: "ethernet1/1"

        zone_name: "untrust"

        create_default_route: "yes"

        commit: False

    - name: configure ethernet1/2 for DHCP

      panos_interface:

        ip_address: "{{ cloudformation.stack_outputs.FirewallManagementEIP }}"

        password: "{{admin_password}}"

        if_name: "ethernet1/2"

        zone_name: "trust"

        create_default_route: "no"

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Re: Getting error while running an Ansible playbook in aws

In all the examples for the Palo Alto Networks role, the vars.yml file is located in the same directory as the playbook, which is the same directory that you're executing ansible-playbook in.

 

Seems like you're not using the Palo Alto Networks Ansible Galaxy role in this playbook, so I guess vars.yml just contains the variables that you're referencing in this playbook.

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