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It sounds like you are on the verge of Railway Oriented Programming. As with most things there is no Right Way To Do It, only trade-offs. Exceptions are costly when thrown, but they are fairly standard practice in C#. Conversely, returning a pass/fail means you have to check the return value (if you care about it failing). Using Exceptions, they will have ...


You can use some Deployment management tool like Ansible ( my personal favourite, needs only python2, and public SSH keys added on server nodes ), Chef, Salt, and Puppet. The question is, is this good solution? I see the problem that when one ssh key gets compromised, than all our passwords are available. Is there some other more standard way to solve ...

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