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comment How to use private-key to setup password-less ssh on new machine
yes..I am using root user
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revised Shell script to validate mount point status in the linux server
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comment Shell script to validate mount point status in the linux server
The script which I am trying to copy above doesnot follow indentation !! sorry about it ..is there better way to put my script in this post
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comment Shell script to validate mount point status in the linux server
Sure Chris,I understand...This is what I am trying in one of the server. It would let me know which mountpoint is currently missing. But same script has to be executed from one server and it should login to each server and provide output. So is it that it has to be copied to destination server, run it there and send the output back to original server ?
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comment find total ram memory and swap memory
output is in this way redhat1 Mem: 7855M redhat1 Swap: 3371M can you tell me how to get in this way redhat1 7855M 3371M
Feb
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comment find total ram memory and swap memory
output is in this way redhat1 Mem: 7855M redhat1 Swap: 3371M can you tell me how to get in this way redhat1 7855M 3371M
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comment find total ram memory and swap memory
this would help if I am executing in each server Here i have to do in 2000 server, it would be like logging to each server and execute command. [root@master /]# ssh redhat1 'printf "%s\t%d\t%d\n" $(hostname) $(awk '/^(MemTotal|SwapTotal)/{print $2}' /proc/meminfo)' bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('