Features List


Web interface allow you to :



Bash Library and Python modules that will ease and standardize your scripting



SADMIN Wrapper Script

  • Use SADMIN wrapper and run your existing using the SADMIN tools :
    $SADMIN/bin/sadm_wrapper.sh $SADMIN/usr/bin/yourscript.sh

SADMIN System Monitor

SADMIN include a system monitor, that can warn you when a filesystem is becoming full and if the filesystem is using LVM, it can be increase automatically by 10% (Up to a maximum of twice a day). Also, if a service goes down 'sysmon' can restart it for you. If the cpu usage is exceeded for more than X continuous minutes, it can alert you. You can even write you own script to monitor your special application (see usr/mon/sysmon_template.sh). The System Monitor report can be view in the web interface or by starting 'smon' command line script.


SADMIN Script log (.log) and Result Code History (.rch)

SADMIN is an environment that include a set of shell and python library that is use to standardize your script environment and see the benefit immediately. Each script using them automatically create a '.log' and a '.rch' file. An '.rch' (Result Code History) is simply a file where the starting and ending date/time are written along with the elapsed time and the status (Success/Fail/Running) of your script. These files can be all be seen in the Web interface tool (log, rch) or from the command line (log, rch).


SADMIN Tool Menu

SADMIN Tool Menu is started by typing 'sadm' and will provide a lot handy tool that the Linux users will love. For this initial version, it only include a menu that allow you to create, increase, delete and repair filesystem (if they are part of a volume group). The current version support 'ext3', 'ext4' and the 'xfs' filesystem. As time goes by, we will add more and more feature to this tool.

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