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From "Z W" <mpc8...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: rexec and setting env variables on remote host
Date Tue, 29 Jan 2008 04:15:50 GMT
Also within "try" shrell script, I have a nohup command

ie inside try.sh. I have

nohup ./start &

where "start" is another shell script

On Jan 28, 2008 8:03 PM, Z W <mpc8250@gmail.com> wrote:

> Rob
>
> Appreciate your response there.
> Your approach does allow the env variables read but
> I'm not sure why rexec hangs when it reaches the end of command execution.
>
>
> <
> rexec userid="${a_user}"
>
> password="${a_word}"
>
> server="${a_host}"
>
> command=". ./.profile;
>
> cd ${a_dir};
>
> pwd;
>
> echo $MD $JAM;
>
> nohup ./try ${Test} \u038 ;
>
> echo 2;
>
> exit;
> ">
>
> </
> rexec>
>
> <
> echo message=" end of target"/>
>
>
>
> Output
>
>     [rexec] stty: : Invalid argument
>     [rexec] /root
>
>     [rexec] /mdm /opt
>     [rexec] Starting prstat.
>     [rexec] pid = 1985
>     [rexec] 2                <---------- hangs there, it doesn't move on
> to echo message.
>
>
>
> Is there a way to get out of <rexec> task or is it a defect of <rexec>
> task ?
>
> Thanks
>

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