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Global ignore_errors #7852
My playbooks take quite a while to run (a couple minutes for no-change runs) and if I add 10 tasks while developing and they have errors, I need to re-run the playbook over and over to fix each iterative issue, making a small change take possibly a very long time. It would be nice if I could set a configuration setting to continue on error globally so that I can have all the tasks run, fix the red ones, then vagrant destroy/up and ensure nothing is still red.
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While it's true what @mpdehaan stated, it would be a nice feature for the check mode.
Consider an example where you have a large role or playbook and want to run your check until the end, so you can fix occuring errors in one go and not iterative. Also, you could see what would fail because of previous tasks failing.
Ignore what I mentioned, I just saw there's something like that already. You can specify
It is rather disappointing that it is not possible to set ignore_errors on the command-line. This renders the