[Tutor] Python and Pstools (was: Remote processes)
python at bernardlebel.com
Mon Aug 23 23:44:13 CEST 2004
I was thinking at executing Pstools commands. So far I have used them
through DOS shells, but would like to do so through the Python interpreter.
That brings me to another question: has anyone got experience with using the
Pstools from Python command line? Any pointer in the right direction would
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kent Johnson" <kent_johnson at skillsoft.com>
To: <tutor at python.org>
Sent: Monday, August 23, 2004 9:05 PM
Subject: Re: [Tutor] Remote processes
> Can you use telnet or SSH to do what you want? There are Python wrappers
> for both...
> If not one of these, is there some other protocol already available to
> control the remote servers?
> At 07:35 PM 8/20/2004 +0200, Bernard Lebel wrote:
> >Is there any way to launch and kill processes on remote computers using
> >Python? I'd like to build an utility to do just that (to control my
> >The only I found so far is os.path.spawn*( ), wich create a local
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