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From Yingyuan Cheng <yingy...@staff.sina.com.cn>
Subject Re: Hadoop Cluster Administration Tools?
Date Wed, 30 Apr 2008 01:36:36 GMT
sshbatch is a tool simplifying ssh login and cluster management.

http://code.google.com/p/sshbatch/

FYI

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yingyuan


Ted Dunning 写道:
> One of our sysadmins uses a parallel interactive ssh utility.  It opens
> separate windows for output and accepts input from one of the windows.  When
> editing an config file where it would be a pain to build a sed script, this
> is better than pssh or equivalents.  If the starting points are not
> identical this leads to *really* hosed results, of course.  This problem
> afflicts anything of the sort and makes debugging problems really hard
> because the faults are so strange.
>
> My own preference is to edit the files in question locally and then copy
> them to all targets.  I have to understand the problem slightly better for
> that to work, but that seems to me to be a feature.
>
>
> On 4/29/08 2:52 PM, "Khalil Honsali" <k.honsali@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>   
>> I was wondering if any of C3 or Capify offer the capability of doing
>> interactive distributed shell (if that ever makes sense), I am thinking of
>> the example of Yum's update on fedora, say without the default yes option.
>>
>> K. Honsali
>>
>> 2008/4/30 Bryan Duxbury <bryan@rapleaf.com>:
>>
>>     
>>> For commands on multiple machines, you can use Capistrano's shell utility.
>>> An added bonus is that you can write all sorts of more complicated processes
>>> using Ruby if you want to.
>>>
>>> www.capify.org
>>>
>>> -Bryan
>>>
>>>
>>> On Apr 29, 2008, at 1:36 PM, Bradford Stephens wrote:
>>>
>>>  Greetings,
>>>       
>>>> I'm compiling a list of (free/OSS) tools commonly used to administer
>>>> Linux
>>>> clusters to help my company transition away from Win solutions.
>>>>
>>>> I use Ganglia for monitoring the general stats of the machines (Although
>>>> I
>>>> didn't get the hadoop metrics to work). I also use ntop to check out
>>>> network
>>>> performance (especially with Nutch).
>>>>
>>>> What do you all use to run your Hadoop clusters? I haven't found a good
>>>> tool
>>>> to let me run a command on multiple machines and examine the output,
>>>> yet.
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Bradford
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>       
>> -
>>     
>
>   


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