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Re: SSH client hang running uncompressed tar on various servers
On Mon, 10 Jan 2005, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Jan 11 00:08, Brett Porter wrote:
> > What's weirder: it works when run from bash, but fails when forked
> > from Java (actually, via the program Ant). If I fork "bash -c 'set'",
> > the environment seems normal, so I assume ssh is also getting the
> > normal environment. If I fork bash from java and run ssh, it still
> > fails. If I run ssh from cmd.exe, it succeeds.
> It could be a simple problem with stdio buffering or it could be the
> same problem which keeps native unison from working over ssh in 1.5.12.
> You could try to switch to unbuffered IO in java before forking ssh,
> just for testing. Is the output from the server side necessary for
> your application to work? If not, you could redirect output on the
> server side to /dev/null.
Also, redirect the *input* on the *client* side from /dev/null (using
either shell redirection, or the -n ssh flag). This is a good idea
whenever you invoke non-interactive ssh from another program.
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