Or something like Salt: http://github.com/saltstack/salt/

(Full disclosure: I am a Salt developer.)


On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 6:00 PM, Jan Larres <jan@majutsushi.net> wrote:
On 20/08/13 06:25, Nair, Ashok wrote:
> I used tmux over the last weekend for  patching a ton of Solaris systems. Although, pane sync helped to some extent, I wish there was windows sync, because due to the lack of screen space with one windows. Reasonably, I could put 4 servers in a window using panes, beyond that it becomes very difficult to work with. If I have 100+ servers to patch and if I can open 25 windows and 4 panes and sync with all of them. That would be a game changer as far as the amount of time.

If you have that many servers to administer it's probably better to use
a dedicated tool like sshpt for that instead of opening dozens of tmux
panes/windows:
http://code.google.com/p/sshpt/

Jan


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