The deployment feature of tpkg allows you to perform a variety of tpkg operations on a list of machines. This is done by running tpkg with the --servers or -s flag, follows by a comma-separated list of machines that you want to perform the operations on. Please note that this need to be executed from a machine that can ssh to all of the machines in your list of targets.
To install package "foo":
tpkg -i foo -s server1,server2,server3This assumes that the package has already been uploaded to the repo. See the package server documentation for information on how to set up your repo, and see the configuration documentation for information on how to point tpkg to a particular repo.
To install a package from a URL:
tpkg -i http://example.com/repository/foo.tpkg -s server1,server2,server3
To remove package:
tpkg -r foo -s server1,server2,server3
To start a package init script:
tpkg --start foo -s server1,server2,server3
To see what packages are installed:
tpkg --qa -s server1,server2,server3
If you want to deploy the packages as a user that is different from the login user:
For automation purposes, you can set up an ssh key, and tell tpkg to use it via the following option. Note that tpkg may still need to prompt you for a sudo password.