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I am trying to use the example in #6 to read a file with pairs of machine names to do a diff. The list looks like this:
Here is the relevant code section for that:
cat /path/to/filename | while read -r aside bside
echo $aside >> localDiffList
echo $bside >> localDiffList
diff <(ssh root@$aside '/bin/cat /path/to/configfile') <(ssh root@$bside '/bin/cat //path/to/configfile') >> localDiffList
echo >> localDiffList
The problem seems to be that after it reads the first pair I guess it gets a return of 0 and then exits out. How can I get this to read all of the lines in the file? Thanks.
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