New release candidates: ansible-core 2.11.5rc1, ansible-base 2.10.14rc1, ansible 2.9.26rc1

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Matt Martz

Sep 8, 2021, 4:06:36 PMSep 8
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Hi all- we're happy to announce the following release candidates:

- ansible-core 2.11.5rc1
- ansible-base 2.10.14rc1
- ansible 2.9.26rc1

How to get it

$ pip install ansible-core==2.11.5rc1 --user
$ pip install ansible-base==2.10.14rc1 --user
$ pip install ansible==2.9.26rc1 --user

The tar.gz of the release can be found here:

* ansible-core 2.11.5rc1
  SHA256: 02a50bf19c4215aa919a695ff3b6553bc58d510642b839ccc8e50086a7547a8a

* ansible-base 2.10.14rc1
  SHA256: 33d26bcef0b12ce21847a496721dd328994c869f42ef3c983c70ec4190dc5d18

* ansible 2.9.26rc1
  SHA256: ec9ff9e80561d604a33b6dc4ed697d09287b3b774cfd5c22be897d178e8d1cdf

What's new

This release is a maintenance release containing numerous bugfixes. The full
changelog is at:

* ansible-core 2.11.5rc1

* ansible-base 2.10.14rc1

* ansible 2.9.26rc1

What's the schedule for future maintenance releases?

These release candidates will become general availability releases on 13 September 2021.

The next batch of release candidates is planned to be released on 4 October 2021.
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


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