May 212014
 

Ci spiace, ma questo articolo è disponibile soltanto in English.

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  4 Responses to “(English) Run the same command on many Linux servers at once”

  1. I didn’t know this tool. I used “cssh” until now. I’m going to give gsh a try. Thanks for the article! As always, it is good reading material.

  2. Hmmm, I’ve always used something simple like this:
    for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8;do echo “XEN${i}”;ssh 1.1.1.3${i} apt-get upgrade -y ; done
    for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8;do echo “XEN${i}”;ssh 1.1.1.3${i} /etc/init.d/ssh restart ; done

    etc… might give this a go one day, depending on how well it works.
    Personally, I’d like to be able to open a bunck of terminal windows to a group of hosts, send the same command to all of them, and then interact with each individually, or as a group. Like a “group command line” as well as the normal individual command lines.

  3. And the last update to the application was on 2006? and seems like its dead.

  4. If you have a little money SecureCRT from Vandyke software is an awesome connection manager. I use it to manage around 600 linux VM’s and about 50 32 port serial concentrators.

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