[Baypiggies] Finding a reliable Python SSH client
nigel.stolting at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 07:43:15 CET 2009
Thank you for the responses.
I had a quick look at Fabric and after only a short amount of time was
running commands against my remote Linux server.
On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 6:18 PM, Brent Tubbs <brent.tubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> +1 for Fabric. I first set it up about a week ago for deploying a Django
> project I'm working on. Besides uploading and unpacking my source, it uses
> ssh to restart my apache instance and run my database migrations.
> On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 5:09 PM, Keith Dart <keith at dartworks.biz> wrote:
>> === On Tue, 12/08, Nigel Stolting wrote: ===
>> > I’m looking to see if anyone has had any experience (and success) with
>> > using a Python based SSH client.
>> I've done this successfully using my own library (includes an expect.py
>> module that is not pexpect.py but a whole new implementation).
>> It's part of the Pycopia collection.
>> Use subversion to get it.
>> The actual SSH wrapper is here:
>> and the expect-like module:
>> Works in conjunction with the proctools module:
>> -- Keith Dart
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