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What’s a handler?

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A Handler is a regular playbook task, but the difference is that playbook tasks occur sequentially while a handler is executed when called by some event or a task. Handlers get executed once only once all the tasks in a specific play get completed. As an example, initiating a new service when the configuration setting changes or installation completes.

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