The Aware project is an effort to create a software framework for measuring, monitoring, and controlling computer system resources. It is intended to enable system administrators to tune system variables, set monitoring/security alarms, and build adaptive distributed systems. Aware modules may be linked into applications making them 'aware' and able to participate in the larger managed system.
|Tags||Logging Monitoring Networking Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This major beta release provides a new Web-based interface using a built-in websever and a Sqlite database. The old PHP/MySQL GUI is gone. Installation and configuration were simplified and the run-time footprint is now very small relative to similar systems. The user interface now has threshold alerts on metrics (e.g, traffic), and more reports. There are new handlers for mDNS, Sqlite, and BigBrother. Two new applications included are a small faster static Web server (xap) and multicast file copy programs (mcctx and mccrx).
Release Notes: This release includes availabilty reports, the ability to query alert and event reports, better SNMP traffic graphs and assorted code cleanups, bug fixes and performance enhancements.
Release Notes: This release concentrates on making configuration simpler. You can now easily integrate events from remote 'slave' agents with the Web-based graphical interface.
Release Notes: This release has a number of minor bugfixes and performance tweaks, plus one major new feature.
Release Notes: This is largely a bugfix release. Major changes include compatibilty with newer versions of PHP and a more refined installation.