On Sep 22, 2016 12:49 PM, "bruce" <badoug...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys.
> Trying to get my heads around something. I'm looking to automate a
process. Basically, I want to kick off/initiate a number of processes on
remote boxes. I've looked at different online sites, but I'm missing
> I can ssh into the box, trivial.
> I know I can create a "screen" process, that allows me to then later
access the 'screen' session to see the progress of the action. And of
course I can access the screen and fire up my process.
> However, (and here's where I'm not getting how to do it) - I'd like to be
able to auto/programatically :
> ssh into the remote box
> create the screen session (with a name I define)
> access the screen session, and then fire up/start my process
> If I can figure out how to do all of this initially for a test, I can of
course roll out the rest of my tests...
> Hope this makes sense.
> (if someone has a chunk of code, or pointers to any code I can look at,
that would be great.)
> I suspect this is really trivial.
> Thanks again...
Do you need to interact with this automated process? If not, running it as
a oneshot service unit might be a better fit. I'm curious what the thing
does, and what led you to screen as a way of doing it.
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