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What was the remsh fix????

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What was the remsh fix????

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Acclaimed Contributor

Re: What was the remsh fix????

It seems there was nothing to fix. You need to use -n or redirect stdin to /dev/null.
This seems related to your other thread:
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1335002
Super Advisor

Re: What was the remsh fix????

Yes, but it does not answer the question
as to why moving this system, that has
been running okay without the -n for over
10 years, to another network, would cause it
to start failing.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: What was the remsh fix????

>but it does not answer the question as to why moving this system, that has been running okay without the -n for over 10 years, to another network, would cause it to start failing.

Sometimes it is a waste of time trying to track things down if what you were doing was illegal in the first place. And you have something that changed.
Super Advisor

Re: What was the remsh fix????

It is prefectly leagal to use

remsh -l

I believe it HP's implementation of
remshd.

Sun to Sun works okay when running the
same command.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: What was the remsh fix????

>It is perfectly legal to use
remsh -l

Not if you don't want stdin to be eaten up by . I've seen this happen by terminal sensing commands and scummy C shell.
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Re: What was the remsh fix????