Web interface allow you to :
- Maintain an inventory of all your servers (hardware and software).
- Need a free IP ? On network page, see what IP and DNS Name are in use along with their MAC.
- List your servers by distribution (Redhat,CentOS,Ubuntu,Debian,Raspian,Aix,...)
- Group your server(s) by 'category' or by 'group' that you defined.
- Monitor server disk and swap space usage, services, and defined your own monitoring scripts.
- View alert(s) triggered by SADM System Monitor
- List of virtual servers and physical servers.
- View performance graphic of your servers up to two years in the past.
- Schedule the O/S update your servers (Optional)
- Easily view a list of scripts that failed, succeeded or that are running
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 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
) or from the command line
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.