Commands by mgutierrez (1)

  • clush (cluster sh) is a very powerful tool to perform this kind of tests. The [a-b] syntax is expanded by clush. You can also play with names: cn[001-010] expands to cn001, cn002, cn003 .. cn010. Note that does not expands to cn1, cn2, etc., which is very useful, cause normally servers are named cn001, cn002... cn100


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    clush -w 192.168.100.[1-50] -t 10 'uptime'
    mgutierrez · 2013-11-29 12:20:04 0

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