opauploadall (8) - Linux Man Pages
(Linux) Copies one or more files from a group of hosts to this system. Since the file name is the same on each host, a separate directory on this system is created for each host and the file is copied to it. This is a convenient way to upload log files or configuration files for review. This tool can also be used in conjunction with opadownloadall to upload a host specific configuration file, edit it for each host, and download the new version to all the hosts.
NOTE: To copy files from this host to hosts in the cluster, use opascpall or opadownloadall. user@ style syntax cannot be used when specifying filenames.
Syntaxopauploadall [-rp] [-f hostfile] [-d upload_dir] [-h 'hosts'] [-u user] source_file... dest_file
- Produces full help text.
- Performs copy in parallel on all hosts.
- Performs recursive upload of directories.
- -f hostfile
- File with hosts in cluster. Default is /etc/sysconfig/opa/hosts file.
- -h hosts
- List of hosts to upload from.
- -u user
- User to perform copy to. Default is current user code.
- -d upload_dir
- Directory to upload to. Default is uploads. If not specified, the environment variable UPLOADS_DIR is used. If that is not exported, the default, /uploads, is used.
- Name of files to copy to this system, relative to the current directory. Multiple files may be listed.
- Name of the file or directory on this system to copy to. It is relative to upload_dir/HOSTNAME .A local directory within upload_dir/ is created for each host. Each uploaded file is copied to upload_dir/HOSTNAME/dest_file within the local system. If more than one source file is specified, dest_file is treated as a directory name.
Example# upload two files from 2 hosts
opauploadall -h 'arwen elrond' capture.tgz /etc/init.d/ipoib.cfg.
# upload two files from all hosts
opauploadall -p capture.tgz /etc/init.d/ipoib.cfg.
# upload network config files from all hosts
opauploadall capture.tgz /etc/init.d/ipoib.cfg pre-install
The following environment variables are also used by this command:
List of hosts; used if -h option not supplied.
File containing list of hosts; used in absence of -f and -h.
Directory to upload to, used in absence of -d.
When the -p option is used, maximum concurrent operations are performed.