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<LI><B>FAI</B>:  a debian specific automatic installer <A HREF="http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/";>http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/</A>
<LI><B>EPM</B>: Package Manager that can create different package formats from a single source <A HREF="http://www.easysw.com/epm/";>http://www.easysw.com/epm/</A>
<LI><B>debconf</B>: Configuration Management for Debian <A HREF="http://www.de.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9909/msg01500.html";>http://www.de.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9909/msg01500.html</A>
<LI><B>Alien</B>:  binary-level package format translator <A HREF="http://kitenet.net/programs/alien/";>http://kitenet.net/programs/alien/</A>
<LI><B>Comparision of package formats</B>:  from Alien page <A HREF="http://www.de.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9909/msg01500.html";>http://www.de.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-devel-9909/msg01500.html</A>
<LI><B>epkg</B> is a free, open-source package manager which uses the Encap Package Management System. The Encap Package Management System is a method for flexibly handling installation and management of third-party software on a Unix system. Encap places each package in its own subdirectory, then automatically manages symlinks to their appropriate places in /usr/local. epkg supports the Encap 2.0 package format, which includes postinstall scripts and prerequisite checking. Other features include builtin tar/gzip extraction, transaction logging, and the ability to automatically upgrade a package to the latest version. <A HREF="http://freshmeat.net/appindex/1999/04/03/923187812.html";>http://freshmeat.net/appindex/1999/04/03/923187812.html</A>
<LI><B>CMU depot</B>: Package management system (?) <A HREF="http://andrew2.andrew.cmu.edu/ANDREWII/depot.html";>http://andrew2.andrew.cmu.edu/ANDREWII/depot.html</A>
<LI><B>pkglink</B> <A HREF="http://www.cs.unm.edu/~ssg/SSG_SysAdmin/SSG_Pkglink.shtml";>http://www.cs.unm.edu/~ssg/SSG_SysAdmin/SSG_Pkglink.shtml</A>
<LI><B>Slink</B> <A HREF="http://www.cs.tufts.edu/~couch/systems.html";>http://www.cs.tufts.edu/~couch/systems.html</A>
<LI><B>GNU stow</B>: <A HREF="http://www.gnu.org/software/stow/";>http://www.gnu.org/software/stow/</A>
<LI><B>LUDE</B>: <A HREF="http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/lude2/";>http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/lude2/</A>
<LI><B>SEPP</B>: <A HREF="http://www.sepp.ee.ethz.ch/";>http://www.sepp.ee.ethz.ch/</A>
<LI><B>GNU Queue</B>: Can this be used to tranparently run user jobs on the most idle machine in the cluster? <A HREF="http://bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/~wkrebs/queue.html";>http://bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/~wkrebs/queue.html</A>
<LI><B>auto RPM</B>: AutoRPM is a program for keeping RPMs consistent in a number of situations. For Beowulfs it is particularly useful for keeping the installed RPMs consistent across the cluster. <A HREF="http://www.kaybee.org/~kirk/html/linux.html";>http://www.kaybee.org/~kirk/html/linux.html</A>
<LI><B>SCMS:</B> is an extensible management tool for beowulf cluster developed to simplify the magement task for large  beowulf cluster.  SCMS provides a reich set of tools and support system that help system administrator monitor, submit command, query system status, maintain system configuration and more. <A HREF="http://smile.cpe.ku.ac.th/software/scms/";>http://smile.cpe.ku.ac.th/software/scms/</A>
<LI><B>swim:</B> A RPM-like command-line package manager for Debian. The_* Software has created software which makes it easy to find and download GNU/Linux or GNU/Hurd software. Our software gives you access to over 5,000 high quality software packages which belong to the distribution the very successful Corel LINUX OS choose to develop from. You can run our software from whatever distribution you are using which means you can download and setup packages on distributions like Mandrake, Suse, Red Hat or Slackware. <A HREF="http://the.netpedia.net/the-software.html";>http://the.netpedia.net/the-software.html</A>
<LI><B>cfpasswd:</B> by Eric Sorenson &lt;eric@explosive.net&gt;. The cfpasswd program itself might come in handy too. I modified a Perl module from CPAN called AcctInfo so that it fully supports arbitrary passwd/shadow files.  Cfpasswd is a wrapper to break out and manage a master passwd file into smaller subsets for distribution to target machines, to help keep UID's in control.  This is helpful if you need NIS netrgroup-style functionality but don't like network dependencies.  These files and instructions for cvs'ing them are at <A HREF="http://explosive.net/opensource/";>http://explosive.net/opensource/</A>.
<LI><B>Aegis</B>: Software Configuration Management System that supports change sets, review, automatic testing, and flexible transport (e-mail, rsync, etc.). <A HREF="http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~millerp/aegis/aegis.html";>http://www.canb.auug.org.au/~millerp/aegis/aegis.html</A><UL>
<LI>Aegis can be configured to use different &quot;history tools&quot; including Fhist and RCS.
<LI>Aegis configured to use RCS makes it possible to use CVSup!</UL>
<LI><B>CVSup</B> is a software package for transferring and updating collections of files across a network. It consists of a server called cvsupd and a client called cvsup. CVSup is faster (often by an order of magnitude) and more flexible than traditional network packages such as rdist and sup. In addition, CVSup has special knowledge of RCS files (as used by CVS). Software projects using CVSup to distribute their CVS repositories include FreeBSD, KDE, and (shortly) Postgres. <A HREF="http://www.polstra.com/projects/freeware/CVSup/";>http://www.polstra.com/projects/freeware/CVSup/</A>
<LI><B>htmlsysinfo:</B> writes information about your system to an HTML, LaTeX, or ASCII text document. It is able to read system information such as IDE/SCSI devices, network, CPU, RAM, kernel, etc. <A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/sebastianude/";>http://www.geocities.com/sebastianude/</A>
<LI><B>mrtg:</B> The Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) is a tool to monitor the traffic load on network-links. MRTG generates HTML pages containing GIF/PNG images which provide a live visual representation of this traffic. <A HREF="http://ee-staff.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/mrtg.html";>http://ee-staff.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/mrtg.html</A>
<LI><B>Bronc:</B> when combined with RRDtool, is a replacement for MRTG. Bronc provides on-the-fly graph generation, automated  SNMP data collection, and Mason-based templating. It's designed to be fast and to use very little of your system's  resources. Bronc is not limited to collecting data from routers--if you have a data source, Bronc can graph it. <A HREF="http://bronc.blueaspen.com/";>http://bronc.blueaspen.com/</A>
<LI><B>SMT:</B> (Service Monitoring Tool) is a daemon used to monitor various system services. It includes pre-built tests for DNS, HTTP, IMAP, POP3, and SMTP servers, and uses a command-line interface for both testing services and notifying users of results. <A HREF="http://www.doodlabs.com/smt/";>http://www.doodlabs.com/smt/</A>
<LI><B>syslog-ng:</B> as the name shows is a syslogd replacement, but with new functionality for the new generation. The original syslogd allows messages only to be sorted based on priority/facility pair, syslog-ng adds the possibility to filter based on message contents using regular expressions. The new configuration scheme is intuitive and powerful. <A HREF="http://www.balabit.hu/products/syslog-ng/";>http://www.balabit.hu/products/syslog-ng/</A>
<LI><B>Secure Syslog:</B> is a cryptographically secure system logging tool for UNIX systems. Designed to replace the syslog daemon, ssyslog implements a cryptographic protocol called PEO-1 that allows the remote auditing of system logs. Auditing remains possible even if an intruder gains superuser privileges in the system, the protocol guarantees that the information logged before and during the intrusion process cannot be modified without the auditor (on a remote, trusted host) noticing. <A HREF="http://www.core-sdi.com/english/slogging/ssyslog.html";>http://www.core-sdi.com/english/slogging/ssyslog.html</A>
<LI><B>eEMU:</B> (license is free but restricted!) eEMU is a complete enterprise event management and monitoring system. It is one of the simplest yet most powerful frameworks for writing agents thanks to its time-to-live concept. eEMU has been used for some time in large datacenter environments and is very popular among system administrators due to its simplicity and ability to re-use any existing  code/scripts as monitoring agents. eEMU offers a simple messaging &quot;language&quot; to encompass a variety of event management scenarios. It comes with a GUI browser and basic agents (scripts). <A HREF="http://www.jarrix.com.au/";>http://www.jarrix.com.au/</A>
<LI><B>Linux Terminal Server Project:</B> Linux makes a great platform for deploying diskless workstations that boot from a network server. The LTSP is an open source project to create the administration tools that will make setting up a diskless Linux workstation easier. <A HREF="http://www.ltsp.org/";>http://www.ltsp.org/</A>
<LI><B>SGI's Performance Co-Pilot:</B> (PCP) is a framework and set of services for supporting system-level performance monitoring and performance management. It provides a unifying abstraction for all of the interesting performance data in a system, and allows client applications to easily retrieve and process any subset of that data using a single API. A client-server architecture allows multiple clients to monitor the same host, and a single client to monitor multiple hosts. Archive logging and replay are integrated so that a client application can use the same API to process real-time data from a host or historical data from an archive. <A HREF="http://oss.sgi.com/projects/pcp/";>http://oss.sgi.com/projects/pcp/</A>
<LI><B>NetSaint</B> is a program that will monitor hosts and services on your network. It has the ability to email or page you when a problem arises and when a problem is resolved. Several CGI programs are included in order to allow you to view the current service status, problem history, notification history, and log file via the web. <A HREF="http://www.netsaint.org/";>http://www.netsaint.org/</A>
<LI><B>GNU cfengine:</B>  is a tool for setting up and maintaining BSD and System-5-like operating system optionally attached to a TCP/IP network. You can think of cfengine as a very high level language, much higher level than Perl or shell: a single statement can result in many hundreds of operations being performed on multiple hosts. Cfengine is good at performing a lot of common system administration tasks, and allows you to build on its strengths with your own scripts. You can also use it as a netwide front-end for `cron'. <A HREF="http://www.iu.hioslo.no/cfengine/";>http://www.iu.hioslo.no/cfengine/</A>.
<LI><B>cfengine experiences</B>:<UL>
<LI>NASA: <A HREF="http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:in.nas.nasa.gov/Groups/LAN/Software/cfengine/docs/infrastructure.html";>http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:in.nas.nasa.gov/Groups/LAN/Software/cfengine/docs/infrastructure.html</A>
<LI>Eric Sorenson: Description of his use of cfengine with his cfpassword <A HREF="http://explosive.net/opensource/cfpasswd/doc/cfengine.html";>http://explosive.net/opensource/cfpasswd/doc/cfengine.html</A>.  Eric's post to infrastructures.org <A HREF="http://infrastructure.skylab.org/200001/msg00005.html";>http://infrastructure.skylab.org/200001/msg00005.html</A></UL>
<LI><B>Debian tools on other platforms:</B><UL>
<LI>debian-scala HOWTO: Debian on non-Linux systems: <A HREF="http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-dpkg-0001/msg00002.html";>http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-dpkg-0001/msg00002.html</A>
<LI>possible port of dpkg to AIX: <A HREF="http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-dpkg-0001/msg00012.html";>http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-dpkg-0001/msg00012.html</A>
<LI>I also saw mention of ports to Solaris in the Debian list archives</UL>
<LI><B>Debian packages for Diskless Workstations:</B><UL>
<LI>netboot: this has a nice utility to get al Ethernet MAC numbers from a LAN...</UL>
<LI><B>pre-processors</B> that could be used for config file management:<UL>
<LI><B>chpp</B> is a general purpose preprocessor. It was designed originally for the purpose of preprocessing HTML code but can be used successfully in other fields of application as well. Highlights are, beside powerful language constructs, CGI-scripting support and an SQL database interface. <A HREF="http://www.unix.cslab.tuwien.ac.at/~chpp/";>http://www.unix.cslab.tuwien.ac.at/~chpp/</A>
<LI><B>HTML::EP</B> is a server-side embedded HTML system in the style of PHP3, that allows you to combine the full power of Perl with your HTML pages. HTML::EP runs as a separate CGI binary or (for full speed) as a mod_perl package. It includes  database access via DBI, the Perl Database Interface, session support and allows quite easy extension via a modular, OO interface.  <A HREF="http://freshmeat.net/appindex/1999/09/26/938369482.html";>http://freshmeat.net/appindex/1999/09/26/938369482.html</A>
<LI><B>Perlfect::Template</B> is a no-thrills, general-purpose Text template processing module. It is mainly geared towards rendering generating HTML dynamically in CGI programs. <A HREF="http://www.perlfect.com/articles/templates.shtml";>http://www.perlfect.com/articles/templates.shtml</A>
<LI><B>Jamal</B> <A HREF="http://peter.verhas.com/progs/perl/jamal/index.html";>http://peter.verhas.com/progs/perl/jamal/index.html</A></UL>
<LI><B>Debian-Beowulf discussion on &quot;Large scale installations of debian&quot;</B> with issues directly relevant to infrastructures <A HREF="http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-beowulf-9907/threads.html";>http://www.debian.org/Lists-Archives/debian-beowulf-9907/threads.html</A>
<LI><B>syssumm:</B> (AKA &quot;System Summaries&quot;) is a  collaborative open source project developing a set of Perl scripts that generate a profile of a  computer's hardware, software, and network configuration that can then be viewed with a browser. <A HREF="http://syssumm.saic.com/";>http://syssumm.saic.com/</A>
<LI><B>Lhinv 1.1</B> is a version of IRIX hinv for linux systems, providing a standardized inventory of configured hardware through the proc filesystem. This version supports most of the IRIX flags, plus includes options for mailing the output via SMTP and a CGI wrapper. Lhinv can be used as a test for the existance of specific hardware subsystems and is useful for supporting large numbers of workstations. <A HREF="http://lhinv.sourceforge.net/";>http://lhinv.sourceforge.net/</A></UL>
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