cygwin shell scripting - how to pass values from command line to ssh remote command
Tue Oct 14 21:16:00 GMT 2008
Thanks for the response.
I think you understood my question.
I like to pass parameters from tesh.sh as command line arguments and
then pass them into the ssh remote command string. I'm just not sure
of the syntax so that I could pass the paramter values to the remote
command string from test.sh
On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 1:10 PM, Thorsten Kampe
> * Z W (Tue, 14 Oct 2008 11:59:07 -0700)
>> I'm have a shell script, test.sh below to run with cygwin in a Windows
>> ssh qa@load01 'export MAX_MS=100; export OFFSET_MS=89900; export
>> THREADS=4; export RAMP=1; export LOOPS=2; echo load01 ; cd
>> /cygdrive/c/apps/bin ; pwd ; nohup ./start.sh \& ; ps -efW | grep
>> java ; exit '
> That's not a shell script - it's just a single command. The multiple
> export statements are superfluous. The "cd" looks superfluous, too. Also
> the "pwd". Also the "exit".
>> This script in turn ssh into another cygwin Windows box which contains
>> another shell script start.sh to be invoked.
>> As one can see, the variables MAX_MS, OFFSET_MS, THREADS, RAMP and
>> LOOPS are hardcoded inside this ssh remote command.
>> How can I pass arguments on command line with test.sh such that
>> variables MAX_MS, OFFSET_MS, THREADS, RAMP and LOOPS
>> could receive the argument parameters as opposed to hardcoding the numbers ?
> http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/internalvariables.html -> Positional
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