Example of Runner
$ runner -r web1 -c "whoami" -s
RUNNER [INFO]: MATCHING HOSTNAMES WITH 'web1'
RUNNER: 1 HOSTS HAVE BEEN SELECTED
RUNNER [INFO]: LOGFILE SET - logs/runner.log.2015-01-17.03:10:00
RUNNER [INFO]: USER SET - tuxninja
RUNNER [INFO]: SSH CONNECT TIMEOUT is: 5 seconds
RUNNER [INFO]: THREADS SET - 20
RUNNER [INFO]: SUDO IS ON
RUNNER [INPUT]: Please Enter Site Pass:
web1.tuxlabs.com: [tuxninja@web1 ~]$
RUNNER [RESULT]: Successfully logged into 1/1 hosts and ran your commands in 0:00:08 second(s)
RUNNER [RESULT]: There were 0 login failures.
Why Runner ? I have been working as a Systems & Network Administrator since 1999. In that time I have repeatedly had the need for rapidly executing commands across thousands of servers. There are many applications out there that solve this problem in various ways…to