Today I was released a new version of dtools. Distributed tools, aka dtools is a project written in bash coding to create a suite of programs to allow running different UNIX comamnds parallelly in a list of tagged hosts.
- Fully written in bash, no third party software required (except ssh, obviously).
- Based in module architecture, easy to extend.
- Full integration with ssh.
- Easy to group hosts by tags or search by regular expression.
- Manage of ssh hosts
- Parseable output, but human-readable
- Thinking in system admin, no special development skills required to extend the software.
$ dt tag:linux ssh date okay::dt:ssh:myhostlinux1.domain:Mon Nov 16 23:54:04 CET 2009 okay::dt:ssh:myhostlinux3.domain:Mon Nov 16 23:54:04 CET 2009 okay::dt:ssh:myhostlinux2.domain:Mon Nov 16 23:54:04 CET 2009
As usual, you can download the code from the project page, or if you wish you can download the code via git:
git clone git://git.connectical.com/ajdiaz/dtools