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Date:      Wed, 16 May 2007 16:17:25 +0100
From:      Alex Zbyslaw <xfb52@dial.pipex.com>
To:        Nino Ivanov <niivanov@gmx.net>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: Piping across machines? - a suggestion
Message-ID:  <464B2085.6010700@dial.pipex.com>
In-Reply-To: <000501c797c8$2492c3c0$d900000a@eniac>
References:  <000501c797c8$2492c3c0$d900000a@eniac>

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Nino Ivanov wrote:

>Dear Sir or Madam,
>
>I am still a newbie in some respects, so maybe this idea is a moot point
>or done already, but in case it is not, I'd like to suggest it:
>
>One nice thing about unix is this piping, like programX | programY |
>programZ...
>
>Well, I just thought: Wouldn't it be interesting if this were possible -
>in the same simplicity - over several machines as well? Like, something
>similar to: machine1:programX | machine2:programY | machine3:programZ...
>Machines could be identified by a name or an IP-Address.
>  
>
programX | ssh machine2 programY | ssh machine3 programZ

works for pretty much any reasonable(*) choice of programY or programZ

--Alex

(*) terminal-based programs like less won't always work.





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