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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I have nicknames for all my hosts in my ~/.ssh/config.
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    xoa

    • That actually sounds like a cool idea, but in most cases the changes of IP numbers are pretty extreme. So I have to both the previous IP association and create the new IP association, so this wouldn't fit me too much.

      But if you're using more static addresses to your hosts, that's a pretty cool thing. I'll be reading up on it.
      Thanks.
  • That reminded me, although it's not for "massive" amounts of ssh connections, there's this tool called `cssh` that I've used the past few months (since my colleague mentioned it). It opens up a terminal window for each server, and you type into a little command-line window and what you type is echoed to all the term windows. It's not perfect, but useful for making quick updates on servers that should be kept in sync.