Presian1
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CH02S08 Error/Problem

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Hello,

When I try to run the playbook in CH02S08 i get the following error that is in the screenshot, any ideas why this happens? Tried re-creating the workstation by deletion and creation again- it did not helped.

 

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Travis
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You most likely deleted the ansible-navigator.yml file by accident. I didn't see if you ran the "lab start XXX" command for this exercise, but I'm assuming you did and it didn't create or specify the correct EEI. 

The workstation system should already have the appropriate execution environment downloaded, so you might be able to type "podman images" and look for the correct execution environment image. It should be something like below. If the tag isn't latest, it might be 2.0 or 2.2, but you need the :tag when you specify the image.

utility.lab.example.com/ee-supported-rhel8:latest

I can't see above what is in your screenshot, but always check to ensure that you run the lab start commands. If you have verified that and it still isn't working, use the podman command above to see the execution environment images that are available to you. Then you can append the following to the ansible-navigator run command.

 

ansible-navigator run <playbook.yml> --eei utility.lab.example.com/ee-supported-rhel8:latest

Currently the reason it isn't working is it can't find a configuration file or a default execution environment so it is falling back to the "default" product execution environment which is hosted on redhat.com and requires a login.

 

Travis Michette, RHCA XIII
https://rhtapps.redhat.com/verify?certId=111-134-086
SENIOR TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR / CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR AND EXAMINER
Red Hat Certification + Training

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Travis
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You most likely deleted the ansible-navigator.yml file by accident. I didn't see if you ran the "lab start XXX" command for this exercise, but I'm assuming you did and it didn't create or specify the correct EEI. 

The workstation system should already have the appropriate execution environment downloaded, so you might be able to type "podman images" and look for the correct execution environment image. It should be something like below. If the tag isn't latest, it might be 2.0 or 2.2, but you need the :tag when you specify the image.

utility.lab.example.com/ee-supported-rhel8:latest

I can't see above what is in your screenshot, but always check to ensure that you run the lab start commands. If you have verified that and it still isn't working, use the podman command above to see the execution environment images that are available to you. Then you can append the following to the ansible-navigator run command.

 

ansible-navigator run <playbook.yml> --eei utility.lab.example.com/ee-supported-rhel8:latest

Currently the reason it isn't working is it can't find a configuration file or a default execution environment so it is falling back to the "default" product execution environment which is hosted on redhat.com and requires a login.

 

Travis Michette, RHCA XIII
https://rhtapps.redhat.com/verify?certId=111-134-086
SENIOR TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR / CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR AND EXAMINER
Red Hat Certification + Training
Presian1
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Hi,

Thanks for your help. What you are saying is correct.

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