To clone both public and private Git repositories with Ansible, you can use the git module along with the appropriate SSH key configuration. Here's an example playbook that demonstrates how to achieve this:
- name: Clone Git Repositories
  hosts: your_target_hosts
  become: true
    - name: Install Git
        name: git
        state: present

    - name: Clone Public Repository
        dest: /path/to/clone/public-repo
        version: master
        force: yes
      register: clone_public_repo

    - name: Clone Private Repository
        dest: /path/to/clone/private-repo
        version: master
        force: yes
        accept_hostkey: yes
        key_file: /path/to/your/ssh/private/key
      register: clone_private_repo
In the above playbook, make sure to replace your_target_hosts with the appropriate target hosts or group defined in your inventory file. The become: true line indicates that the playbook should run with elevated privileges.
The playbook consists of three tasks:
The first task installs Git on the target hosts if it's not already installed.
The second task clones a public Git repository using the git module. Replace yourusername/public-repo.git with the actual repository URL you want to clone, and specify the destination path where you want to clone it.
The third task clones a private Git repository using the git module. Replace yourusername/private-repo.git with the actual repository URL, and provide the path to the private SSH key file (specified by key_file) that has access to the repository. The accept_hostkey option is used to automatically accept the SSH host key when connecting to the repository server.
After configuring the playbook, you can run it using the ansible-playbook command:
ansible-playbook your_playbook.yaml
Make sure you have the necessary SSH key configured and accessible on the machine running Ansible, and ensure that the target hosts have proper network connectivity to access the Git repositories.