Hello enlightened monks. I am new in community and I need some help. I want to know if a particular process Id is running on remote machine.But When I use the NET::SSH::Perl I get "stdout" as 0 always, irrespective of process is running or not. Please help below is my code
my $host = 'xl-blr-03.ban';
my $user = 'mcsi_user';
my $password = 'password';
#-- set up a new connection
my $ssh = Net::SSH::Perl->new($host);
#-- execute the command
my($stdout, $stderr, $exit) = $ssh->cmd("kill -0 28075 ; echo $?");
print " Output is $stdout \n";
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