I have an ansible script, and i want to exit 0 if some condition is met.
How can I do it?

- name: Exit if no pkg update
   fail: msg="No new packages for update"
   when: (ncs_db_ccm_pkg_update.rc != 100 and ncs_db_common_pkg_update.rc !=
100 and
          hostvars[groups['server1'][0]]['old_yum_result'] == "0" and
          hostvars[groups['server2'][0]]['new_yum_result'] == "0" and
          force_upgrade == false and upgrade == true)

Now I use fail: but this is not a good way as the return code is 3 instead
of 0.


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