New release: ansible-core 2.15.0 - Ten Years Gone

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Matt Martz

May 15, 2023, 1:46:45 PM5/15/23
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Hi all- we're happy to announce the general release of:

ansible-core 2.15.0

How to get it

$ python3 -m pip install --user ansible-core==2.15.0

The release artifacts can be found here:

# Built Distribution: 2235110 bytes
# SHA256: 723ef347b55ac48bb70951124d0b1e71d799cf7488924d484c3e88aaf9a8c14c
# Source Distribution: 10801327 bytes
# SHA256: cf690fd4ebb40590e00c5acdc0624758ca4c58d1e4b2b02ec026a034070ebf4d

What's new

This release is a major release. The full changelog can be found here:

Important Changes:

* Added new tech preview dnf5 module
* Added new deb822_repository module
* Multiprocessing workers have a new mechanism for prompting for user input, instead of direct stdin access
* ansible-galaxy collection install performance and reliability improvements
* ansible-test improved container compatibility with hosts using cgroup v2

Schedule for future releases

The next release candidate is planned to be released on 12 June 2023. The next general availability release will be one week after.

Porting help

If you discover any errors or if any of your working playbooks break when you upgrade, please use the following link to report the regression:

In your issue, be sure to mention the version that works and the one that doesn't.

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