Tag Info

New answers tagged

3

Ok try with this command line: pdsh -w n032 sed -i.bak -e '"\$aGATEWAY=10.0.10.1"' test/test1; With ssh it works. If it works locally (on the nodes) the simple command, it should work this line too. When you try without quote ', the shell locally (on the current shell on entry computer) will expand and transform for the node the line in: sed -i.bak -e ...


2

I don't have an answer to all your questions but I have some thoughts on some of them; perhaps this will allow you to narrow it down and get more specific. the same user accounts (and passwords, if that makes sense) In your context the easiest way to do that would be to just create user accounts with the same password. While there may be tools to sync ...


0

GNU tar has --append: tar -f foo.tar --append newfiles Unfortunately it reads the full tar file.


2

You can start the creation of the final tar file before all output files are created: Maybe that achieves the speed up you want. You can call tar this way: tar -cf foo.tar -T file-list file-list would be a FIFO. You need a script which detects new files in the source directory (inotifywatch) when each of these new files is finished (fuser) If a file ...


5

You can't have multiple processes adding to the same tar archive (or any other usual archive format, compressed or not). Each file is stored contiguously, and there is no way to insert data in a file, only to append or overwrite, so continuing to write to a file that isn't the last one would overwrite subsequent files. If you know the file size in advance, ...



Top 50 recent answers are included