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Ansible Playbook to Install WebSphere MQ on Debian Server
#
# This playbook assumes the WebSphere MQ file provided by IBM has already been
# downloaded to a specific directory (target.wd) on the server.
#
# ${target.wd} is a variable representing the working directory on the target
# server the MQ client will be installed.
#
# Note: Although this playbook is designed to be able to be run independently,
# it is in fact part of a longer playbook and therefore may have some other
# unexpected dependencies not reflected here.
#
#
# WebSphere MQ Settings
#
websphere_mq:
zip_file: mqc7_7.0.1.4_linuxx86.tar.gz
user:
name: mqm
home: /var/mqm
packages:
- alien
- ksh
#
# Install WebSphere MQ
#
- name: Install WebSphere MQ
hosts: ${host}
user: root
vars_files:
- vars.yml
gather_facts: false
tasks:
- name: Install debian packages
apt: pkg=${item} state=installed
with_items: ${websphere_mq.packages}
- name: Untar MQ Client
command: tar zxf ${websphere_mq.zip_file}
chdir=${target.wd}
creates=${target.wd}/mqlicense.sh
# Need to run this with ksh; script syntax is not bash-compliant
- name: Accept MQ Client license
command: ksh mqlicense.sh -accept
chdir=${target.wd}
creates=${target.wd}/mqseriesruntime_7.0.1-5_i386.deb
- name: Setup mqm user
user: name=${websphere_mq.user.name}
home=${websphere_mq.user.home}
state=present
- name: Create MQ series deb packages using alien
command: alien --scripts --to-deb ${item.rpm}-7.0.1-4.i386.rpm
chdir=${target.wd}
creates=${target.wd}/${item.deb}_7.0.1-5_i386.deb
with_items:
- { rpm: 'MQSeriesRuntime', deb: 'mqseriesruntime' }
- { rpm: 'MQSeriesClient', deb: 'mqseriesclient' }
- { rpm: 'MQSeriesSDK', deb: 'mqseriessdk' }
- name: Install MQ series packages
command: dpkg --skip-same-version -i ${item}_7.0.1-5_i386.deb
chdir=${target.wd}
with_items:
- mqseriesruntime
- mqseriesclient
- mqseriessdk
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