On 13.06.2019 21:21, 'Georg Großmann' via Ansible Project wrote:
/var/tmp is defined as a persistent tmp, and changing this to tmpfs might break other software that depends on /var/tmp being persistent.
And changing them on a running system is not recommended since other software might be using the tmp.
The best approach is to use state: present and reboot.
Default they are pointing to ~/.ansible/tmp
A grep in the source it seams that some module and plugins have /tmp hard coded and maybe the code you are running is creating files in tmp.
> 2. Am I doing something wrong?
Sort of, use present and reboot.
> 3. Is a workaround possible?
> 4. Has it something to do with the BTRFS filesystem? On Ubuntu this mount
> task is working...
Kai Stian Olstad
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