Tag Archives: Run

gsh – Run linux commands on many other linux server at once

gsh – Run linux commands on many other linux server at once Group Shell (also called gsh) is a remote shell multiplexor. It lets you control many remote shells at once in a single shell. Unlike other commands dispatchers, it is interactive, so shells spawned on the remote hosts are persistent. GSH is a pluggable… Read More »

Clover and Maven working with Distributed Applications

1.       Configure maven clover plugin. 2.       Build the all components with clover enabled. 3.       Deploy the clover enabled build to test server. 4.       Run the tests. 5.       Create & Review the Code Coverage Report. Configure Maven Clover Plugin Configure the maven plugin in pom.xml .If you are having multi module projects; you can configure the… Read More »

Running MSBuild 4.0 and MSBuild 3.5 on Continuous Integration

With Visual Studio 2010 RC released recently, we jumped on the release and began to code with VS2010.  One issue that popped up was that now all builds were targeting MSBuild 4.0. That doesn’t seem to be a big problem until our CruiseControl CI server kicked in, downloaded our updated code and failed building the… Read More »

How to run Remote Desktop Console by using command line?

How to run Remote Desktop Console using command line If you may want to run Desktop Console from a batch file, for example RDC over VPN, you can use mstsc /v:servername /console command. Mstsc Creates connections to terminal servers or other remote computers, edits an existing Remote Desktop Connection (.rdp) configuration file, and migrates legacy… Read More »

Ant Script with Shell script, How to run shell script from Ant Script?

Ant Script with Shell script How to set files Permission in Ant | How to set files Permission in Unix | Set files Permission in Ant in Unix Environment Command:     Ant Script to Replace some character in any files     How to run shell script using ant/   To Remove Some Special… Read More »

Running Native Programs in Ant

Running Native Programs in Ant Ant, while extremely powerful and flexible, can’t always offer everything you want to do. If this is the case, you can use the <exec> task, which can run any command-line program.  The <exec> Task’s Attributes Attribute Description appends Sets whether to append the output to the end of a file… Read More »