Getting more done with less: Using scripts and utilities to run commands across all your IBM AIX servers quickly

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Brian K. Smith

Date archived: November 7, 2016 | First published: July 08, 2013

System administrators are increasingly required to manage more servers, decreasing the amount of time they are able to dedicate to each server. Time-saving utilities are crucial in ensuring efficiency in managing these servers. Simple, serially run one-line Secure Shell (SSH) loops and parallel-run commands using utilities, such as dsh and parallel SSH, drastically improve efficiency, especially in large-enterprise environments.

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