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  • The Server Snapshotter app (serversnapshotter.cgi) is a CGI-Perl script which checks your server configuration including: environmental variables, server setup including server specs / Perl / Sendmail version and paths, and installed Perl modules. To

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  • Script will check if your website is up, and check the response time of the site also. A performance monitoring and up time notification tool. You can then choose to receive an email notification if the site is down, or if the site response time is too

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  • Use this script to analyse sendmail logfiles created by the syslog daemon. It was tested with SuSE Linux. The generated report is available in HTML and ASCII format (useful if this class is included into a script that you run from the command line).

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  • The standard utility 'du' is darn handy, but I've always wanted a way to have it sorted by size, yet still have it display human-readable format. So, I wrote this little Perl script to 'enhance' the du utility.

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  • Logdog is a tool that monitors messages passing through syslogd and takes action based on key words and phrases. Logdog has an easy to read configuration file which allows you to specify a list of key words or phrases to alert on, and a list of commands

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  • Alert Manager was created to run an alert command, monitor the status of that command's output, and guarantee that if something goes wrong it won't go unnoticed. Alert Manager has been successfully deployed in several fortune 500 companies for guaranteed

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  • ScanAlert was built to analyze iptables log entries in real time and report detected port scans to syslogd. From there you can use a log monitoring daemon (like logdog) to take action if desired, or you can manually review the logs later if you prefer.

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  • Automatically backup any server to a remote location. Software runs as root so SQL databases and system files can also be backed up. Schedule multiple backups to run from several servers. When local backup is complete, remote server logs in to fetch

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  • eBackup enables you to any data files located on your web server (not MySQL data). Will recursively fetch and display your Website's (or Server's) entire directory structure. Select multiple directories to be compressed in to a ZIP file and either

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  • I wrote this to help make searching remote web server log files easier. LogSearch is a sockets based program that comes in two parts, the client and server. The "server.pl" goes into your weblog directory on your web server. The client program

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  • With the Server Administrator you can specify what each of your users can do. Giving them permission to create users, add their domains directly to your nameserver, and websites to apache, add email addresses, both pop and aliases and cronjobs. The

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  • Have you ever been installing a Perl program on your website, and it asks you for information that you don't remember or know? Most of us have experiened this at one time or another. Some of us more than once! Don't let this happen to you again. Print

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  • ServerInfo is a simple but useful script that helps you understand your server. It displays all your server environmental variables and some useful programs' paths. It also displays all your installed modules so you know if you have the neccessary

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  • PathFinder will determine all the site/directory variables often required when installing CGI. In addition the results will not only be displayed in the browser, but also be e-mailed to you so providing a perminant record for easy reference. Very easy to

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  • Analizes the logfiles of Qmail and extracts the virtualdomains. Counts the mails and the traffic for each user.

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  • A Perl script for displaying important information about your webserver. This script shows the server environment, installed Perl libraries, installed server programs, and the (remote) user information.

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  • This is a small script containing 6 line of useful codes to display your server uptime and load average.

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  • Reportdhcp.pl is a CGI script written in perl. It displays statistics and lease entries for ISC DHCPD by parsing the dhcpd.conf and dhcpd.leases files. reportdhcp.pl version 2 supports version 3.0p1 and above of the ISC DHCP distribution.

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  • The System Information Retriever is a simple script that is designed to show you the system enviornment variables of your server. The installation is extremely simple for even the most unexperienced PERL programmers.

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  • This is a small utility which will help you test whether a syslogd (or syslog-ng, or others) really works when listening on a UDP port for incomming log messages.

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