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Linux Systems Management Interface

The Linux Systems Management Interface (LSMI) system is a Web frontend to an Enterprise Management System. It aims to deliver an easy-to-use interface for system administrators to use in managing their systems. It deals with statistics gathering, trend analysis, alarms, and traps.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  20 Mar 2003 14:14

    Release Notes: Major DB backend changes were made. The DB credentials were moved to a central file. The most common functions were centralized in a single file. Configuration management menus were added. The plugin interface was changed from the console menu. User identification was enhanced. Some code cleanup was done. Minor updates were made in the documentation. Two new plugins were added.

    •  05 Mar 2003 07:54

      Release Notes: This release added basic user authentication, changed the user tables to include console user flags, added a help entry for console users and an index page for user/people administration, and included some other minor bugfixes.

      •  15 Feb 2003 14:17

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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