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How to apply the update statement in multiple servers on multiple dbs at a time .?

Hi ,

Can any please help the below requirement on all multiple servers and multiple dbs.

 update configuration set value='yes' ;


the above statement apply on 31 Databases at a time on different Ip address

eg : (unix ip address )
the above ip box contains 4 db's eg : db instance name : live1,live2,live3,live4 ip address 
the above ip box contains 3 data base are running i.e live1,live2,live3

can any pls suggest how to apply the update stmt on all db using shell script and having the different Ip address.

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