I have 3 commands that i need to run on a remote server.
The 2 commands are simple version checks and 3rd command is basically a short program that checks version of my database. This is how it goes
#!/bin/sh ssh -t user@server << EOF #AIP_version domaininfo -d $GLOBAL_DOMAIN -history | head -n -3 | tail -1 > /home/abc/aip_version.txt ## Fetching AIP Online Details ## variable1=$( echo "set feed off set pages 0 select * from system_parameters where name like '%VERS%'; exit " | sqlplus /@aipprealias01 ) echo "$variable1" > aipo_version.txt #Fetching RPAS-AIP Details domaininfo -d $GLOBAL_DOMAIN -version | sed -n '4,7p' > /home/abc/rpas-aip_version.txt EOF
When I try to run this script, it gives me below errors :
Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
-bash: line 8: SQL*Plus:: command not found
-bash: line 10: syntax error near unexpected token `c'
-bash: line 10: `Copyright (c) 1982, 2014, Oracle. All rights reserved.'
I'd need help in understanding how can this error be resolved and secondly how can I run this script to do ssh on multiple servers rather than just 1 ? Thanks!