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dsh.conf - configuration file for distributed shell, or dancer’s shell
/etc/dsh/dsh.conf contains default values used in the dsh program
An entry in dsh.conf comes in the following format:
where value is "1" or "0" when it requires boolean value. 0 means NO,
and 1 means YES.
Specify rsh as remote shell
Specify rsh-opt as an extra option for the invoked remote shell.
Specify the number of parallel connection to create at the same
Specify 1 to to make the shell wait for each individual
invocation. See -c and -w option for dsh(1)
Show machine names in front of each output. See -M option for
Give verbose output.
Configuration for dsh
dsh was written by Junichi Uekawa <firstname.lastname@example.org>