[SOLVED] Deleting the same user in differents servers at the same time...
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Deleting the same user in differents servers at the same time...
I'm out of ideas and I want to know if someone can answer me this question:
I have 15 linux servers, with the same OS, on my network and I have to delete a user (the same in all the servers) but I don't have time to do it one by one.
Some know a way to do this task...???
it's only 15 servers... you could have done it by now instead of posting here surely... From where you are now though, you either already have a solution to run commands simultaneously on multiple machines, e.g. func, puppet or dssh, or you don't, and it'll certainly take longer to configure one than to just do this one thing manually.