I have a bunch of bash commands that are run via ssh:
#!/bin/bash CMD=" set -e cmd1 cmd2 # ........ service my_service stop # ......... # some commands here...... # ......... service my_service start " ssh -t -A -q -C $SERVER@$HOST "$CMD"
my_service happens to be in the stopped status already, the command
service my_service stop will return this:
--rpc-eval : RPC failed with reason :nodedown # it's an Erlang app, hence a response ./my_script.sh: línea 26: error: orden no encontrada
Since the said command is deemed failure, for some reason, it'll terminate the execution, exit a session and thus won't reach the command
service my_service start.
But I want it to always run both
start and the commands in between, of course, regardless of the state of an app before the command
service stop, and not to fail, or move on despite a possible failure after "service stop"
How to do it?