Control more servers at once – via Putty and PuTTYCS

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Have you ever thought about how to control more servers at once? For example, you need to update few or more Linux servers. In Linux, you can use great tool called Cluster SSH, which controls a number of xterm windows via a single graphical console window to allow commands to be interactively run on multiple servers over an ssh connection.

When you’re running Windows, and want to do something like this, you can use great little application PuTTYCS.
Just start your PuTTY sessions, and then start PuTTYCS. Here is how it looks like:

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Now just type command you need, and click Send. For example, I use it to control my CentOS servers. When I want to update all of them, I just type in here: yum update 

Makes life easier.

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