Paramiko

Posted : admin On 1/26/2022
  1. Paramiko Expect provides an expect-like extension for the Paramiko SSH library which allows scripts to fully interact with hosts via a true SSH connection. The class is constructed with an SSH Client object (this will likely be extended to support a transport in future for more flexibility).
  2. See full list on minvolai.com.
  1. Paramiko Autoaddpolicy
  2. Paramiko Ssh

Note

Paramiko get_pty

This module is part of ansible-base and included in all Ansibleinstallations. In most cases, you can use the short module nameparamiko_ssh even without specifying the collections: keyword.Despite that, we recommend you use the FQCN for easy linking to the moduledocumentation and to avoid conflicting with other collections that may havethe same module name.

Paramiko.ChannelFile from paramiko.Channel. Etc Is there a simple way for me to only get the 'clean' stdout output returned from execcommand? I know I can parse the present output (to obtain only 0 in this particular case), but I believe there must be another solution by paramiko's design. It is explain about: What is paramiko? Python module to connect with remote server? I am going to release complete videos on paramiko module.

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  • Use the python ssh implementation (Paramiko) to connect to targets

  • The paramiko transport is provided because many distributions, in particular EL6 and before do not support ControlPersist in their SSH implementations.

  • This is needed on the Ansible control machine to be reasonably efficient with connections. Thus paramiko is faster for most users on these platforms. Users with ControlPersist capability can consider using -c ssh or configuring the transport in the configuration file.

  • This plugin also borrows a lot of settings from the ssh plugin as they both cover the same protocol.

Paramiko

Paramiko Autoaddpolicy

ParameterChoices/DefaultsConfigurationComments
host_key_auto_add
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes
ini entries:

[paramiko_connection]
host_key_auto_add = None

TODO: write it
host_key_checking
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
ini entries:

[defaults]
host_key_checking = yes

[paramiko_connection]
host_key_checking = yes

env:ANSIBLE_HOST_KEY_CHECKING
env:ANSIBLE_SSH_HOST_KEY_CHECKING
env:ANSIBLE_PARAMIKO_HOST_KEY_CHECKING
var: ansible_host_key_checking
var: ansible_ssh_host_key_checking
var: ansible_paramiko_host_key_checking
Set this to 'False' if you want to avoid host key checking by the underlying tools Ansible uses to connect to the host
look_for_keys
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
ini entries:

[paramiko_connection]
look_for_keys = yes

TODO: write it
password
string
var: ansible_ssh_pass
var: ansible_paramiko_pass
var: ansible_paramiko_password
Secret used to either login the ssh server or as a passphrase for ssh keys that require it
Can be set from the CLI via the --ask-pass option.
proxy_command
string
Default:
ini entries:

[paramiko_connection]
proxy_command =

Proxy information for running the connection via a jumphost
Also this plugin will scan 'ssh_args', 'ssh_extra_args' and 'ssh_common_args' from the 'ssh' plugin settings for proxy information if set.
pty
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
ini entries:

[paramiko_connection]
pty = yes

TODO: write it
record_host_keys
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
ini entries:

[paramiko_connection]
record_host_keys = yes

TODO: write it
remote_addr
string
Default:
var: ansible_host
var: ansible_paramiko_host
remote_user
ini entries:

[defaults]
remote_user = None

[paramiko_connection]
remote_user = None

env:ANSIBLE_REMOTE_USER
env:ANSIBLE_PARAMIKO_REMOTE_USER
var: ansible_user
var: ansible_paramiko_user
Can be set from the CLI via the --user or -u options.
use_persistent_connections
boolean
    Choices:
  • yes
ini entries:

[defaults]
use_persistent_connections = no

Toggles the use of persistence for connections

Paramiko Ssh