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@pfaffman pfaffman/getdata.sh
Created Jan 30, 2014

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#!/bin/bash
# Get data from connected server identified by the current WIFI SSID
if [ -f /sbin/iwconfig ]
then
# it's ubuntu (or, maybe debian)
HOST=`iwconfig wlan0 | grep ESSID | sed 's/.*ESSID:\"\(.*\)\"/\1/'`
else
# oops.
echo Mac solution is not implemented
# networksetup -getairportnetwork en1 | awk -F": " '{print $2}'
# This would probably work on a mac if ssh keys are configured
fi
# ssh -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no 10.10.10.1
echo Host: $HOST
TARGET=~/data/$HOST
mkdir -p $TARGET
DIR=`date +"%Y-%m-%d"`
cat <<EOF> /tmp/sshconfig
UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null
StrictHostKeyChecking=no
Host bogus
Port 22
User pfaffman
HostName 10.10.10.1
EOF
cat <<EOF>/tmp/dumpdata
#!/bin/bash
# Put script here that puts the files you need into $DIR
EOF
chmod a+rx /tmp/dumpdata
echo sending dumpdata
rsync --rsh='ssh -F /tmp/sshconfig' -a /tmp/dumpdata bogus:/tmp
echo running dumpdata via doing ssh
ssh -F /tmp/sshconfig bogus /tmp/dumpdata
echo rsyncing data to $TARGET -- rsync -rav --rsh='ssh -F /tmp/sshconfig' bogus:/tmp/$DIR $TARGET
rsync -rav --rsh='ssh -F /tmp/sshconfig' bogus:/tmp/$DIR $TARGET
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