Before you run a task in your environment, inspect the task to determine what effect it has on your targets.
Run in no operation mode
You can run some tasks in no-operation mode (
noop) to view changes without
taking any action on your targets. This way, you ensure the tasks perform as
designed. If a task doesn't support no-operation mode, you get an error.
bolt task run package name=vim action=install --noop -n example.com
Show a task list
View a list of what tasks are installed in the current module path. Note that
tasks marked with the
private metadata key are not shown:
bolt task show
Show documentation for a task
View parameters and other details for a task, including whether a task supports
bolt task show <TASK NAME>