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Old 06-29-2015, 12:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Multi-Machine Management Tutorial with DSH


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often find myself needing to run the same command on many boxes at the same time. For example, I値l sometimes need to check the memory usage of a fleet of boxes. Other times, I値l want to quickly grep the logs of multiple machines, for troubleshooting purposes. Once you grow beyond managing one or two servers, you値l find yourself wasting a ton of time if you don稚 have a way to run commands on multiple Linux computers simultaneously. In this post, I値l explain how to quickly run commands on large numbers of Linux machines at once.

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