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A tool for running commands on remote servers

Project description

A tool for running commands on remote servers.

The original ssh-run was a small bash script for running a command using your current directory on a remote server using SSH. This is being merged with a Python script of the same name for running a command across multiple servers.

Installation

Requires Python 3. The pycrypto library (required by paramiko) does not work if installed globally on Python 3.4.

Author

Written by Sam Clements at DataSift.

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