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I'm sure my question is less about the module, Net::OpenSSH, and more about SSH in general.

I have a script, ScriptA, that SSH's into a machine and executes ScriptB, which also SSH's into a machine to do some work.

ScriptA must call ScriptB, as ScriptA is a sort of workflow framework that our group runs scripts out of.

My issue is when ScriptA SSH's into the machine containing ScriptB and attempts to execute it, I get this error:

Error: could not connect pty as controlling terminal!

Is there a limit to the number of times a script can SSH out , calling other scripts that SSH? Or do I need to override some setting, or pass an option to Net::OpenSSH to allow this?

TIA


In reply to Multi-hops with Net::OpenSSH by silent11

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