(Wʊʃ | whoosh)

Config respecting, sudo-ready, distributed command execution and logging

You can find wsh on Github, or download it as a tarball or zip archive.

wsh is configurationless, which means it honors your existing ssh and sudo config files, relying on them for authentication and encryption. It's sudo ready, unlike dsh, which means no hacks are required to move credentials over the network. And wsh logs everything to syslog, making issue diagnosis pain-free.

wsh isn't a configuration manament tool, a shell, an ssh replacment or your next lover.

wsh is maintained by William Orr, its creator.