Pssh – Execute Commands on Multiple Remote Linux Servers Using Single Terminal

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22 Responses

  1. Green says:

    If you use windows desktop, download nic from, good tool for run remote commands on multiple UNIX/Linux hosts.

  2. Deepak says:

    Am trying to copy file from my local machine to remote servers , i need it to copy using pscp i have tried above command in my linux terminal. can you suggest me

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Have you created PSSH host file with IP address of remote host? If yes, try to run the following command to copy file from local to remote location.

      # pscp -h myscphosts.txt -l tecmint -Av wine-1.7.55.tar.bz2 /tmp/

      If you still unable to do so, please post the output of the command here, so that we can help you out..

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