2 modules to manage OpenVZ containers. Originally developed in ansible-role-openvzmod, and regularly employed in my production environment.
I'm not sure if this module naming is appropriate. Any suggestions?
New modules: openvz, openvz_exec
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Also: I don't know that I have any immediate feedback on the naming used -- perhaps someone else has an opinion. :)
Adding the new module community process info for anyone who may want to review these for inclusion.
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Closing due to contributor inactivity.