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using parallel for remote host processing


From: Maracic, Jay
Subject: using parallel for remote host processing
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2013 20:33:27 +0000

Hi

 

When using parallel to execute a process on a set of remote hosts, the process is prompted  by ssh ;  as this is run as a background task w no attached terminal, there is no execution of the desired process on any remote host:

 

parallel: Warning: $SHELL not set. Using /bin/sh

Could not create directory '/ms/dist/optimus/PROJ/prodid/optdsqa/common/.ssh'.

Host key not found from the list of known hosts.

You have no controlling tty.  Cannot read confirmation.I get  prompted

 

 

 

So what I want is to be able to pass the following ssh options into  parallel:

 

-o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null

 

 

Parallel complains when seeing these options:

 

###     my $rc = `head -n2  $hostsfile | /ms/dist/fsf/PROJ/parallel/20120522/parallel -v --nonall -j 1 --sshlogin -  -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null    "/ms/dist/ets/PROJ/clean-colo/qa/bin/clean.pl --group optimus"`;

 

 

I have modified parallel to include the options, and this works as desired.

 

sub sshcommand_of_sshlogin {

    # 'server' -> ('ssh -S /tmp/parallel-ssh-RANDOM/host-','server')

    # 'address@hidden' -> ('ssh','address@hidden')

    # 'myssh address@hidden' -> ('myssh','address@hidden')

    # 'myssh -l user server' -> ('myssh -l user','server')

    # '/usr/bin/myssh -l user server' -> ('/usr/bin/myssh -l user','server')

    # Returns:

    #   sshcommand - defaults to 'ssh'

    #   address@hidden

    my $self = shift;

    my ($sshcmd, $serverlogin);

    if($self->{'string'} =~ /(.+) (\S+)$/) {

        # Own ssh command

        $sshcmd = $1; $serverlogin = $2;

    } else {

        # Normal ssh

        if($::opt_controlmaster) {

            # Use control_path to make ssh faster

            my $control_path = $self->control_path_dir()."/address@hidden:%p";

            $sshcmd = "ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -S ".$control_path;

            $serverlogin = $self->{'string'};

            my $master = "ssh -MTS $control_path $serverlogin sleep 1";

            if(not $self->{'control_path'}{$control_path}++) {

                # Master is not running for this control_path

                # Start it

                my $pid = fork();

                if($pid) {

                    $Global::sshmaster{$pid}++;

                } else {

                    ::debug($master,"\n");

                    `$master`;

                    ::wait_and_exit(0);

                }

            }

        } else {

            $sshcmd = "ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null "; $serverlogin = $self->{'string'};

        }

    }

    $self->{'sshcommand'} = $sshcmd;

    $self->{'serverlogin'} = $serverlogin;

}

 

 

I am wondering if parallel can accept these ssh options thus obviating the need for modifying parallel?

 

Thanks for any assistance…..

 

 

 

Jay Maracic

 





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