From: Mark A. Grondona <mgrondona@ll...> - 2011-03-01 16:05:03
A new release of pdsh is available for download on googlecode:
Notable updates in this release are better handling of arguments
passed to ssh, new PDSH_REMOTE_PDCP_PATH environment variable for
use with pdcp, and a new mode for dshbak(1) which writes output
to a single file per host.
As usual please feel free to contact us with any questions or
* Changes in pdsh-2.24 (2011-02-28)
-- Resolve issue 7: Allow PDSH_REMOTE_PDCP_PATH to set default path
to remote pdcp program (pdcp -e).
-- Resolve issue 9: Fix use of PDSH_SSH_ARGS_APPEND.
-- Resolve issue 10: dshbak: Support writing output to file-per-host.
Adds new -d DIR and -f options to dshbak.
-- genders: Allow relative paths to genders files with -F and
-- genders: Don't print an error if genders file is missing, unless
a genders optin (-F, -a, -g, -i, -X) is explicitly used.
-- genders: Allow -g to be used with other node selection options as
a filter. For example: pdsh -w host[0-1024] -g attr1 ...
-- ssh: Better preservation of remote command args in ssh module.
Previous versions of pdsh would alwas collapse all args into
a single argument passed to ssh: "cmd arg1 arg2 ..." With this
fix the argv list will more closely match the form passed to pdsh.
-- Refactored large portions of dshbak, improve usage output,
and update manpage.
-- Expanded testsuite.