Bladerunner is a program to send and receive information from any type of ssh enabled text based device. It can run through a jumpbox if there are networking restrictions. You can also provide an additional password to use for any program after logging in, such as MySQL or sudo. bladerunner will attempt to use the host password for everything unless you specify otherwise, allowing it to default through sudo in simple use cases. MySQL, FTP, and telnet prompts are included as well as the default Ubuntu and CentOS bash shells and password prompts. You can provide an additional prompt via command line arguments. bladerunner will automatically accept SSH certificates and will throw ^C at any command that exceeds the timeout before returning. Commands can be loaded into a file and run from there line by line per host.
Installation is done via the usual methods:
$ python setup.py build $ sudo python setup.py install
Alternatively, you can install via pip:
$ pip install bladerunner
Python (v2.7+), pexpect and futures 2.1.3.
For a full list of options use:
Using a file with a list of commands in it is an easy way to execute more complex tasks.
Sphinx autodocs are available on pythonhosted.
Bladerunner fully supports Python 3.
Bladerunner is also compatable with PyPy and PyPy3.
The full changelog from version 3.7 onward is available on the wiki.
Bugs & TODO
If you come across a bug, please create a new issue in the issue tracking system with enough relevant details and it will be dealt with promptly.
Copyright and License
bladerunner was written by Adam Talsma email@example.com.
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