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I am trying to write a bash script that will ssh to a machine, run a command, display the result back to me and then exit. Right now i am not having much luck, and was wanting to know if i could get some help. Thanks in advance.
You can provide remote host commands on the invocation line for ssh.
You might want to enclose the whole command in single quotes to prevent the local shell from expanding the glob pattern "server[1-4]" (in the case where there exists some local files which match this pattern).
There is also no need to exit from the ssh connection - when you provide a command in this way, the ssh session terminates when the command is complete.
The -p22 in your example is redundant, as port 22 is the default port for ssh.
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