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after ssh how can i use existing script variable

parlepoint asked
Last Modified: 2013-12-23
hi guys,

i am doing ssh for working in remote machine, some of the private and global variables are declared in existing sctipt but those are not in remote server, how can i export all command.
After ssh i have to entered so many lines of command , do i have to use script or is there any other way??
is there any command i can find all private & global vaible used in script.
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hi..this is very useful information.
is there any command so we can see all private variable used by shell script.
Top Expert 2005

Only private, I dont know.
Otherwise: set


set don't give you private ??right??
Top Expert 2005

It gives. But it gives globals as well(globals == env variables)

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