Openwsman provides an implementation of the Web Services Management specification and expose system management information on the Linux operating system using the WS-Management protocol. It is based on a suite of Web services specifications and usage requirements that exposes a set of operations focused on and covering all system management aspects.
|Tags||Networking Monitoring Hardware Watchdog Clustering/Distributed Networks Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Enumeration Expiry support and timeout handler. A C++ Wrapper library. An enhanced low-level API to support different types of data. A simple C API with Sessions support. Serialization has been reworked and enhanced. Create and Delete are now supported on the server level and the CIM plugin. Namespace and resource URI handling is now stricter now, allowing the use of random namespaces. Transport uses the native interface on Windows (not curl). Unified error handling for Windows and Linux. Enhancements to make the client compile and work on Windows. Many bugs and spec conformance issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: This the first beta release which complies with almost all MUST rules of the WS-Management specification and the CIM mapping for WS-management.
Release Notes: This is the first release defaulting to support the WS-management specification from the DMTF (version 1.0, currently draft). Support for the June 2005 specification has been disabled. You will not be able to send requests to Windows 2003 R2 or Vista with WS-Man support unless this has the new WS-Management stack from Microsoft. This release also adds some new options to the client and removes many command line options from the service. Those options are now part of the configuration file used for the service.
Release Notes: This release features changes related to the DMTF draft specification and other enhancements related to the WS-Management protocol.