Command / Script to create touch file in destination server


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Question Command / Script to create touch file in destination server

Hello Team,

Is there any Linux command / script available so that, I could create a simple 0 byte file in destination server by issuing the command from source server.

If yes, Could you please let me know the possible solutions.

in other words I just want to create a touch file in my home directory of server-B from my home directory in server-A.

Note:

1. need password less authentication.
2. i would not like to store password in text file.

Regards,
Madhusudan
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Setup ssh with key access.
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