Hunter McMillen

NAME

App::SSH::Cluster - CLI to Net::OpenSSH that runs the same command via SSH on many remote servers at the same time

VERSION

version 0.004

SYNOPSIS

 use App::SSH::Cluster;
 App::SSH::Cluster->new_with_options;

DESCRIPTION

Simple application to execute the same remote command across one or more remote servers. This module does *not* handle errors that are generated from remote commands and currently does not log the STDERR of the remote commands that are executed. Any error handling will need to implementing in the calling code.

NAME

App::SSH::Cluster

ATTRIBUTES

command

command to run on remote servers

config_file

Absolute path to YAML configuration file that defines the listing of servers, users, and identity-files. If no config_file is supplied, the default file .app-clusterssh.yml is assumed in the users home directory.

METHODS

run

Runs the supplied command (--command <command> or -c <command>) on each remote server. Logging STDOUT to separate files then dumping STDOUT in blocks labelled by the name of the host the STDOUT is from

CONFIGURATION

The follow items are required for *each* server that you wish to run commands on:

identity_file

absolute path to the SSH private key to use to connect

user

name of user to connect to remote server as

hostname

name of remote host

each of these may be defined globally or for each individual server, individual server options take precedence. Global options will be used if any individual options are not listed.

EXAMPLE CONFIGURATIONs

 identity_file: "/home/hunter/.ssh/id_rsa"  
 servers:
   - hostname: bastion
     user: hunter
     identity_file: "/home/hunter/.ssh/bastion_rsa"
   - hostname: asphodel
     user: hades

or

 identity_file: "/home/hunter/.ssh/id_rsa"
 user: hunter
 servers:                                 
   - hostname: bastion                    
   - hostname: asphodel
   - hostname: localhost

AUTHOR

Hunter McMillen <mcmillhj@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Hunter McMillen.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.