I have got this little python3 script
import sys print('test1') test1 = sys.stdin.read() print('test2') test2 = sys.stdin.read() print(test1) print(test2)
And I would like to run this script remotely via ssh like this:
ssh srvid 'cd; python3 test.py'
I would expect that program prints
test1, then will wait for input, and then prints
test2 and again wait for input.
But the behaviour is slightly different:
ssh srvid 'cd; python3 test.py' hell test1 test2 hell
The program first waited for input. I have entered
hell and pressed enter and then ctr+d for eof. Script did not wait for second input, and printed out
It seems, that stdin / stdout are somehow blocked.
I tried same example in bash:
#!/bin/bash echo "Hello world"; read test; echo "helloworld 2"; read test2; echo $test; echo $test2;
When I invoked this script via ssh, everything worked as I am expecting.
Can somebody help me?