[Twisted-Python] SSH connection, redux!
michael.l.schneider at ugsplm.com
Mon Mar 1 11:34:38 EST 2004
I just posted some code for review for spawning jobs off
and capturing jobs.
I posted this code for review, since I am new to twisted, and
trying to lean the "twisted way".
This approach may work for you,
Senior Software Engineering Consultant
UGS PLM Solutions - an EDS Company
"The Greatest Performance Improvement Is the transitioning from a non-working state to the working state"
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> Thanks for the support, so far... I downloaded the
> precompiled version of the PyCrypto and everything is working fine...
> Except for the fact, that I am attempting to figure out
> how to make this work the way, that I *believe* it needs to work...
> By the way, I was unable to get the "Writing a client with
> Twisted.Conch" FAQ to work.... I did find the sshSimpleClient.py
> example, and that is working okay...
> But I am having a problem, trying to figure out how to
> adapt the
> reactor model with my program...
> The application has, for example, 6 "ssh queries" that
> it needs to
> send, for example a "/usr/sbin/prtconf -v", and then
> "capture" the output,
> and return the output
> for processing...
> Then it proceeds to the next query....etc...
> Is there a method that I can setup the communication,
> and say....
> reactor.send ("asdfasdf")
> data = reactor.recv ()
> More along the telnetlib design? This way, I could branch the
> telnet code
> I use?
> Once, I start the reactor, I do not see where I can get
> data in and
> without using some form of a global variable... (Or
> embedding the reactor
> another object)
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