Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Cant get responsive terminal when I ssh from Windows to Linux using putty.exe Post 303042320 by mohtashims on Saturday 21st of December 2019 09:40:08 AM
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Originally Posted by RudiC
Two ideas off the cuff that can't be tested as there's no windows machine within reach:
- run the ssh_commands.txt from within your shell's rc / login file, possibly after a plausibility check
- run / exec your shell at the end of ssh_commands.txt. I see it in your file, but are you sure execution gets to it? The exit in the line before might close the session but leave the teminal window open and unresponsive.
Removed the "-t" argument
Removed the exit from ssh_commands.txt

Ran the C:\putty\putty.exe -ssh -i "C:\putty\my_id_rsa_putty.ppk" myuser@10.8.66.126 -m "C:\putty\ssh_commands.txt"

All good and done however this leaves me with an interactive terminal on sftp prompt instead of a shell.

Same is observed when running ssh_commands.txt directly on Linux host

Kindly suggest.
 
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PARALLEL-SLURP(1)														 PARALLEL-SLURP(1)

NAME
parallel-slurp - copy files from listed hosts SYNOPSIS
parallel-slurp [OPTIONS] -h hosts.txt -L destdir remote local DESCRIPTION
pssh provides a number of commands for executing against a group of computers, using SSH. It's most useful for operating on clusters of homogenously-configured hosts. parallel-slurp gathers specified files from hosts you listed. OPTIONS
-r --recursive recusively copy directories (OPTIONAL) -L --localdir output directory for remote file copies -h --hosts hosts file (each line "host[:port] [user]") -l --user username (OPTIONAL) -p --par max number of parallel threads (OPTIONAL) -o --outdir output directory for stdout files (OPTIONAL) -e --errdir output directory for stderr files (OPTIONAL) -t --timeout timeout (secs) (-1 = no timeout) per host (OPTIONAL) -O --options SSH options (OPTIONAL) -v --verbose turn on warning and diagnostic messages (OPTIONAL) EXAMPLE
An example to copy /home/irb2/foo.txt from each host. Files gathered will be stored in /tmp/outdir/hostname/foo.txt. # prallel-slurp -h hosts.txt -L /tmp/outdir -l irb2 /home/irb2/foo.txt foo.txt ENVIRONMENT
All four programs take similar sets of options. All of these options can be set using the following environment variables: o PSSH_HOSTS o PSSH_USER o PSSH_PAR o PSSH_OUTDIR o PSSH_VERBOSE o PSSH_OPTIONS SEE ALSO
parallel-ssh(1), parallel-scp(1), parallel-nuke(1), parallel-rsync(1), ssh(1) AUTHOR
Brent N. Chun <bnc@theether.org> COPYING
Copyright: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Brent N. Chun NOTES
1. bnc@theether.org mailto:bnc@theether.org 03/30/2009 PARALLEL-SLURP(1)

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