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Setup a LAMP Stack with Ansible using Ubuntu

This is Part-2 of our Ansible-Tutorial and in this post we will cover how to setup a LAMP Stack on Ubuntu using Ansible. We will only have one host in our inventory, but this can be scaled easily by increasing the number of nodes in your invetory configuration file.

Our Playbook:

Our lamp.yml playbook:

# Setup LAMP Stack
- hosts: newhost
    - name: install lamp stack
      sudo: yes
      apt: name={{ item }} state=present update_cache=yes
        - apache2
        - mysql-server
        - php7.0
        - php7.0-mysql

    - name: start services
      service: name={{ item }} state=started enabled=yes
      sudo: yes
        - apache2
        - mysql

    - name: deploy index.html
      sudo: yes
        src: /tmp/index.html
        dest: /var/www/html/index.html

Our index.html that will be deployed on our servers:

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <h1>Deployed with Ansible</h1>

Deploy your LAMP Stack:

$ ansible-playbook -i inventory.ini -u root lamp.yml

PLAY [newhost] ***************************************************************************************************************************

TASK [Gathering Facts] *******************************************************************************************************************
ok: [web-1]

TASK [install lamp stack] ****************************************************************************************************************
ok: [web-1] => (item=[u'apache2', u'mysql-server', u'php7.0', u'php7.0-mysql'])

TASK [start services] ********************************************************************************************************************
ok: [web-1] => (item=apache2)
ok: [web-1] => (item=mysql)

TASK [deploy index.html] *****************************************************************************************************************
changed: [web-1]

PLAY RECAP *******************************************************************************************************************************
web-1                      : ok=4    changed=1    unreachable=0    failed=0

Test our web server:

$ curl

Deployed with Ansible