Cluster SSH with tmux

Date: 24 September 2013

Categories: tmux

I was working today and, as I glanced at #lopsa, I saw this little gem. 13:50 <geekosaur> tmux has a broadcast-to-all-terminals thing Wait, what?! I had to check it out. It turns out that tmux has a window option called synchronize-panes which lets you “Duplicate input to any pane to all other panes in the same window.” I’ve been using cluster ssh to occasionally log into a bunch of my boxes at once and run the same command on all of them at the same time.

Emacs and tmux

Date: 16 October 2012

Categories: emacs, tmux

Hello. My name is PerlStalker and I’m an emacs user. I love emacs and use it for nearly everything but there are a few things it’s not good at. (“Like editing,” I hear all you warped vi users cry.) Among them, and most important to me, are window management and terminals. Let’s start with terminals. I use eshell from time to time to do quick and dirty things on the command line but I always run into weird things that don’t work like I expect.