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Nov
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comment How can I make a one-shot sshd process?
Wow. I had tried that, but it appeared to keep living, so I moved on. Must have been some other problem, because it's working now. Thanks!
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comment How can I make a one-shot sshd process?
Running sshd on an instance in a cluster and connecting to it. On this cluster job/instance lifecycle is tied to the lifetime of the launched process. I want to spawn the instance, connect to it once, and then have it automatically die when the client disconnects. I guess the "only one connection" thing isn't strictly required, but, the bottom line is that the sshd process needs to die when the last client connection goes away.
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asked How can I make a one-shot sshd process?
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comment How can I create a sed command line from diff?
But I do want to use it in a streaming context, like: curl -s http://someurl.com | [Command I'm looking for] > outputFile so sed seems like the natural choice.
Mar
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comment How can I create a sed command line from diff?
I think you're on the right track, but the problem with this solution is that it presupposes the existence of file2. The situation I'm in is that file1 is always available. I make file2 by doing some hand-editing to file1, but file2 is periodically deleted out from under me, so the object is to create a command pipeline such that I can cat file1 | [Command I'm looking for] > file2 to recreate file2 at will.
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comment How can I create a sed command line from diff?
I suppose no, it doesn't have to be.
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comment Force reaping of java zombie processes on OS X 10.7
Upvote for 'no way to meaningfully kill launchd without a reboot'; It's the sad truth, AFAICT.