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dispatch return code dependant on success threshold

Reported by jhmartin | June 23rd, 2011 @ 08:52 AM

When performing an ad-hoc command, consider allowing the user to set a 'error threshold' above which dispatch will itself return non-zero.

For example, if the threshold is 0 and the command runs on 5 hosts and fails on 1, dispatch returns non-zero. If the threshold is 1 and 1 hosts fails out of 5, dispatch returns 0.

This simplifies using dispatch in larger shell scripts that need to tolerate the failure of some cluster members during a cluster-wide procedure.

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