How to find a server by its hostname, ip address, very quickly in ezsh shell

You can find a server by its hostname, ip address, very  quickly in ezsh shell.

To ensure that only the servers hostname matching the strings typed in are displayed,  switch the menu search mode from Normal to Name based search mode. In the example below to find the all servers hostnames with the string 'noc' in it, simply switch to Name based search and type in 'noc', and all the server hostname that has the string 'noc' alone would be displayed. This would help you find and ssh very quickly to servers.

normal search mode

 

The Name based search mode would look as follows.

name-based-search

 

 To switch menu search modes from Normal -> Name- > IP -> Machine ID -> Description, press f10 or , 

switch-search-modes-ssh

 

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