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is it possible to poll the shell for timeouts just like this example:
$chan->exec("ls -l"); my $poll = { handle => $chan, events => -1 }; while ($ssh2->poll(500, [ $poll ])) { if ($poll->{revents}{out}) { while (<$chan>) { $r=$r.$_; } } if ($poll->{revents}{channel_closed} || $poll->{revent +s}{listener_closed}) { my $exit = $chan->exit_status(); print $r; } } print "timeout\n";
This works fine for $chan->exec(..), but i need shell to execute more than one command, can someone help me with some code to poll the shell writes and reads for timeouts???

In reply to Re: To use Shell method on Active Perl by mvrk
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