#3 port field in etc/clusters

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2006-03-30
2006-03-21
Anonymous
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I searched high an low for the option to specify a port
for every single machine. it seems strange, but since I
am not using cssh in a cluster but as a management tool
in my linux server enviroment, I need something like a
port field in /etc/clusters. This way one could easyly
set (if neccesary) for every single node a different port.
I could programm it myself with your source, but maybe
someone else would choose your programm as first choice
for easy administration.

Tested on Debian 3.1 as Server
Clients: 4 x 64bit 8-cpu opterons + everything I can
get with the new port-option

Discussion

  • Duncan Ferguson

    Duncan Ferguson - 2006-03-21

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    You shouldnt need a port field - you can set the port for
    all clients, or on an individual basis via your
    $HOME/.ssh/config file. Look at "man ssh_config" for
    details on how it is done.

     
  • Duncan Ferguson

    Duncan Ferguson - 2006-03-30

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    This functionality will be added back in the next public
    release (probably 3.19.1).

     
  • Duncan Ferguson

    Duncan Ferguson - 2006-03-30
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