Re: how to logon to 30+ machines and put a job run in background and then logout automatically in a script file?
Date: 27 Sep 2003 01:15:58 GMT
in comp.unix.misc i read:
>I am facing a problem that needs your help... I need to run a simulation in
>part on about 30+ unix workstations, servers, etc. We use ssh here.
please do not multi-post.
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