Skipping core tasks

Skipping core tasksΒΆ

Core tasks are the tasks defined by Fuel, as opposed to plugin tasks.

You can disable core tasks from running on target nodes either completely or to overrun the core tasks with your plugin tasks.

For example, networking plugins often disable creation of the default networks, which are usually created by Fuel during deployment. You can do this by describing the task with the same ID as the existing one and the type skipped:


- id: openstack-network-networks
  type: skipped


If you try to redefine a core task by creating a new task with same ID as the one of the existing, the deployment will fail.

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