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Description

Mrtools (Multi remote tools) are a set of multi-threaded system tools to manage large distributed environments including file distribution collection and concurrent shell script or command execution. MrTools is written in Perl and utilizes ssh and rsync.

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Features

  • distribution of files to multiple hosts via rsync asynchronously
  • backup of files from multiple hosts via rsync asynchronously
  • execute scripts no multiple hosts asynchronously over ssh without an agent

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Financial and Insurance Industry, System Administrators, Quality Engineers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Perl

Registered

2007-05-03

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