High-performance parallel remote shell utility
Pdsh is a high-performance, parallel remote shell utility. It has built-in,
thread-safe clients for Berkeley and Kerberos V4 rsh and can call SSH
externally (though with reduced performance). Pdsh uses a "sliding window"
parallel algorithm to conserve socket resources on the initiating node and to
allow progress to continue while timeouts occur on some connections.
| Description |
Pdsh is a multithreaded remote shell client which executes commands on
multiple remote hosts in parallel. Pdsh can use several different
remote shell services, including standard "rsh", Kerberos IV, and ssh.
See the man page in the doc directory for usage information.
| Configuration |
Pdsh uses GNU autoconf fo
To build the *API only* on an SP with AIX 4.2.1 / PSSP 2.4 and install in
/usr/local/krb4, use the following manual procedure or run the attached script
(but look at it first: set paths appropriate to your environment and note
that it destroys an old copy of the API if it is in the way).
- This has not been tested in a long while. We have stopped using KRB4
for pdsh on our SP's because
Running Elan MPI jobs on QsNet Clusters
If built with --with-qshell or --with-mqshell, pdsh may be used to run
MPI jobs on a QsNet interconnect. This option requires that you have
the Elan user space libraries installed (qsnetlibs or qswelan-r RPM for
Linux) and that your kernel be patched to run the 'elan3' or 'elan4' and
'rms' device drivers. Pdsh can ru
This file describes the current list of modules distributed with
pdsh. Pdsh modules come in two fla
This file describes changes in recent versions of pdsh. It primarily
documents those changes that ar
dshbak - format
pdcp - copy file
pdsh - issue com
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