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Easily run commands and gather info across multiple servers

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quickrun is a module designed to make it easy to run commands and gather info from multiple servers.


  • python3.8
  • jq
  • aws cli (v1)

Getting started


$ git clone ...
$ cd quickrun
$ python -m venv venv
$ source venv/bin/activate
$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Defining new scripts

All scripts live in the run/ directory.
There are a few ways to use this module.

Option 1: Basic script using some of the functions

You can just write a normal python script and use some of the functions from this module.
See run/ as an example.

Option 2: Calling out to QuickRun

There is also the base QuickRun class which can be configured and called.
See run/ and run/ as examples.

Option 3: Extending QuickRun

You could also create your own class extending from QuickRun.
This is handy since you can override the hook methods.
See run/ as an example.


There are a few core helpers built in to quickrun.


There are a few formatters defined in quickrun/lib/

  • default: Just prints out the python object
  • none: Does nothing
  • fake_shell: Formats the run as if it was ran directly
  • table: Outputs the run as a table

In quickrun/lib/ there is also a helpful find_instances() function that takes a string and region and returns all instances with the name tag containing that string.



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