awk remote multiple hosts print remote hostname and output

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I don't understand what you get and what you're after, and where and how they disagree.

My awk proposal prints a <TAB> char in front of every line, and thus has an "empty first column" if the field separator is <TAB>. Your uniq -c approach will print the count as the first field; additional measures have to be taken to prefix a field separator.
Why don't you print the remote server name just outside the ssh line, prefixing it to the entire output?
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Hi RudiC,
finally i switched to this,
awk -F ";" -v var=$(hostname) '"'"'{print","$2","$5","var}

and this works perfectlty for what i need,
thank a lot for the support.
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