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SystemAdmin | All around the daily business SystemAdmin All around the daily business Skip to content Home ← Older posts Execute multible commands on a remote machine using SSH Posted on February 27, 2017 by Juergen Caris To execute a number of commands on a remote machine you can create a file that contains the commands that you want to execute. This file can then be ‘cat’ed to your ssh command. I wrote one command file to test the functionality and called it ‘remoteCommands’. As you can see it is even possible to use constructs like if clauses. if [ -e /sbin/vxdisk ] then vxdisk list | grep -v disk_0 | awk '{ print $1" "$4" "$3 }' fi The script is getting a list of known LUNs from servers on the network. The output will look like the one below: [root@testclient ~]# cat bin/remoteCommands | ssh testdb1 Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal. DEVICE GROUP DISK emc_clariion0_101 ztkuatjrn_dg ztkuatjrn_dsk emc_clariion0_102 ensuatjrn_dg ensuatjrn_dsk emc_clariion0_201 ztkuatdb_dg ztkuatdb_dsk emc_clariion0_202 ensuated_dg ensuated_dsk emc_clariion0_403 ztkuatewd_dg ztkuatewd_dsk emc_clariion0_501 ztkbase_dg ztkbase_dsk-a emc_clariion0_541 ensbaseed_dg ensbaseed_dsk The warning about the ‘Pseudo-terminal’ can be suppressed by using the ssh option -T. Posted in Bash, Beginner | Leave a comment Send output of a bash script to the console and to a file Posted on June 1, 2016 by Juergen Caris Sometimes it is necessary to send the output of a script to different targets. If you want to send the output to a text but want to be able to see it on the console as well you can use the tee command. Here is an example on how to use it in a bash script: exec > >(tee $OUTPUTFILE) exec 2>&1 The first line uses process substitution to create a pipe which will then be connected to a tee process. The first > is the redirection of the file descriptor(1 stands for stdout) and the second > in combination with the () does the process substitution. The second line redirects the stderr(2) file descriptor to whatever number 1 is already redirected to. Posted in Bash, Beginner | Leave a comment LVM: Howto increase the size of a filesystem on-the-fly Posted on December 22, 2015 by Juergen Caris Oops, that is not good /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol 690G 655G 12K 100% This happened at 4am. What can you do in case that this happens to you? Praying is always a solution. The better solution is checking your free physical space. [root@mymachine ~]# pvs Found duplicate PV fFza0t96dLLdVGnklCVRvIFacmJ1Kd4I: using /dev/sdc not /dev/sdq PV VG Fmt Attr PSize PFree /dev/emcpowera audit_vg lvm2 a-- 2.00t 548.00g /dev/emcpowerb logs_vg lvm2 a-- 500.00g 1020.00m /dev/emcpowerc database_vg lvm2 a-- 1.46t 600.00g /dev/sda3 vg_scloshad2 lvm2 a-- 127.93g 0 Phew 600GB available. So let’s see how the logical drive can be extended by 200GB. [root@mymachine ~]# lvextend -L +200G /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol /dev/emcpowerc Found duplicate PV fFza0t96dLLdVGnklCVRvIFacmJ1Kd4I: using /dev/sdc not /dev/sdq Extending logical volume db_vol to 900.00 GiB Logical volume db_vol successfully resized That was quick. Now we have to resize the filesystem and we can do this while the database is still up and running [root@mymachine ~]# resize2fs /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol resize2fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) Filesystem at /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol is mounted on /trak/sclo/SHADOW/db/data; on-line resizing required old desc_blocks = 44, new_desc_blocks = 57 Performing an on-line resize of /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol to 235929600 (4k) blocks. The filesystem on /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol is now 235929600 blocks long. …. 5 minutes later. /dev/mapper/database_vg-db_vol 886G 655G 187G 78% /trak/sclo/SHADOW/db/data It is quite possible that you already used up all the physical space for your virtual drives. In that case you can easily add more physical disks or LUNs to the disk group in using the ‘vgextend’ command. E.g. vgextend database_vg /dev/emcpowerd Posted in Apps, Beginner, Linux | Leave a comment Copy large files between servers Posted on September 9, 2015 by Juergen Caris If you have to copy large files between systems and security is not an issue you could use netcat. Netcat is a tool that has been developed in 1996 but it is still one of the best tools for this type of job. It is the Swiss army knife for stuff that can be done in using a dedicated network connection. This article will use it to copy files over the network in an easy and fast way. Let’s say that you have a file huge_file.db that you want to copy from server1 to server2. open a server socket on server2 (file will go to the /temp directory) [root@server2 ~]# nc -l -p 11221 > /test/huge_file.db copy the file to the remote socket [root@server1 ~]# dd if=/root/Downloads/huge_file.db | nc server2 11221 3900979+1 records in 3900979+1 records out 1997301556 bytes (2.0 GB) copied, 169.821 s, 11.8 MB/s You will not see any output until the process has finished. To see the progress you can use pv. PV is a tool to look into a pipe and see the data transfer. It is not installed by default but is included in most of the repositories. [root@server1 ~]# dd if=/root/Downloads/huge_file.db | pv | nc server2 11221 3900979+1 records inMB/s] [ ] 3900979+1 records out 1997301556 bytes (2.0 GB) copied, 169.903 s, 11.8 MB/s 1.86GB 0:02:49 [11.2MB/s] [ ] Posted in Bash, Beginner | Leave a comment ← Older posts A Quote from qotd.org A man's best friends are his ten fingers. 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