Send Remote Commands via SSH with variables

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Send Remote Commands via SSH with variables

Hi there

I found the Command to send commands to other servers like:
sv01> ssh user@sv02 'ps -ef'

But I cant use Variables from a script i want to execute on another server like:
sv01> ssh user@sv02 'cd $SCRIPTHOME'

although the variable is set on sv01.

How can I run commands on sv02 with variables from sv01?

Thx 4 your help

Greez Roger
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Double quotes.
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ow... that easy..^^

Thank you! It works!
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