We have some shell scripts which Internally uses Perl Script to Unzip the source zip files which comes to inbound directory. So now our requirement is to avoid the dependency on Perl Script and us Shell Script to unzip the files.
There are multiple remote linux machines, and I need to write a shell script which will execute the same set of commands in each machine. (Including some sudo operations). How can this be done using shell scripting?
When ssh'ing to the remote machine, how to handle when it prompts for RSA fingerprint authentication.
I'm trying to mount machines that are 'ON' with an expect script. I would put these guys in fstab, but the virtual machine that runs script seems to freeze up/shutdown if one of the machines I'm trying to connect to is 'OFF'. Following the mount, I run a perl script that accesses the 'ON' machines and moves their data to the virtual machine.