March 17, 2018

Control multiple machines with ClusterSSH

Control multiple machines at the same time using xterm with ClusterSSH.

Installation: control multiple machines

Download and install EPEL repository:

yum install -y

Install ClusterSSH using Yum:

yum install clusterssh -y


Create a file named clusters in /etc/:

vi /etc/clusters
clusters = clustername
clustername = Linux1 Linux2 Linux3 Linux4

Make sure to have passwords less, login through all the Linux1, 2,3,4:

for i in Linux1 Linux2 Linux3 Linux4;ssh-copy-id $i;done


At the terminal, run the following command:


This article allows you to control multiple machines, you can check also how to install a NIS server:

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