Hello,

try: ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx007 'halt;' &

with white space between the hostname and the command to be executed on the remote server

Yiannis

On Wed, 7 Nov 2007 11:20:00 +0100
Christian Hennig wrote:

> Hallo,
>
> i have the a problem with ssh:
>
> i try to shutdown 30 or more systems, i generate a shell script (death.sh) to do this. It looks like this:
>
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx001'halt;' &
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx002'halt;' &
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx003'halt;' &
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx004'halt;' &
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx005'halt;' &
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx006'halt;' &
> ssh -T -l root -i /home/regman/.ssh/id_dsa.linuxprt -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -oProtocol=2 -q -n -oBatchMode=yes lnx007'halt;' &
>
> If i start it direct i a term, all is fine and all systems are down. But i have to schedule the task by a php-script.
> This php-script start with exec("death.sh) the shell-script, the php-script is start by cron ( i have to use php, because of the framework i use, i have no choice ;-(
> The a got this errors:
>
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
> tput: unknown terminal "unknown"
>
> and all systems are alive, no "halt" reach a system ;-(
>
> If i dont use the "-T" flag i got this error too:
>
> "Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal"
>
> i try the "-t" flag to, same error, and all alive.
>
> I hope you can help me, thx
>
> --
> Christian Hennig



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