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KNIFE-SSH(1) Chef Manual KNIFE-SSH(1)
knife-ssh - Run a command or interactive session on multiple remote hosts
knife ssh QUERY COMMAND (options)
-a, --attribute ATTR
The attribute to use for opening the connection - default is fqdn
-C, --concurrency NUM
The number of concurrent connections
QUERY is a space separated list of servers
-P, --ssh-password PASSWORD
The ssh password
-x, --ssh-user USERNAME
The ssh username
-i, --identity-file IDENTITY_FILE
The SSH identity file used for authentication
-p, --ssh-port PORT
The ssh port
Verify host key, enabled by default.
The ssh sub-command opens an ssh session to each of the nodes in the search results of the QUERY. This sub-command requires that the
net-ssh-multi and highline Ruby libraries are installed. On Debian systems, these are the libnet-ssh-multi-ruby and libhighline-ruby pack-
ages. They can also be installed as RubyGems (net-ssh-multi and highline, respectively).
TERMINAL MULTIPLEXING AND TERMINAL TAB SUPPORT
knife ssh integrates with several terminal multiplexer programs to provide a more convenient means of managing multiple ssh sessions. When
the COMMAND option matches one of these, knife ssh will create multiple interactive ssh sessions running locally in the terminal multi-
plexer instead of invoking the command on the remote host.
The available multiplexers are:
A built-in multiplexer. interactive supports running commands on a subset of the connected hosts in parallel
Runs ssh interactively inside screen. ~/.screenrc will be sourced if it exists.
Runs ssh interactively inside tmux.
macterm (Mac OS X only)
Opens a Terminal.app window and creates a tab for each ssh session. You must install the rb-appscript gem before you can use this
Chef was written by Adam Jacob email@example.com with many contributions from the community.
This manual page was written by Joshua Timberman firstname.lastname@example.org. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and / or modify this docu-
ment under the terms of the Apache 2.0 License.
Knife is distributed with Chef. http://wiki.opscode.com/display/chef/Home
Chef 10.12.0 June 2012 KNIFE-SSH(1)