Spacewalk is a Linux and Solaris systems management solution. It allows you to inventory your systems (hardware and software information), install and update software on your systems, collect and distribute your custom software packages into manageable groups, provision (Kickstart) your systems, manage and deploy configuration files to your systems, monitor your systems, provision virtual guests, and start/stop/configure virtual guests.
|Tags||Systems Administration Software Distribution Tools Monitoring Boot|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Java Perl Python|
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Release Notes: This release runs of Fedora 20. Support for Fedora 18 has been dropped. The new Web UI uses Twitter Bootstrap and has a responsive design. Many other Web UI improvements were made. Support for SSL connections to the database was added. Scap improvements were made. Identity management was integrated.
Release Notes: This release runs on Fedora 19; support for Fedora 17 has been dropped. An auditing feature. Managed external PosgreSQL database. Further ABRT improvements. SCAP improvements. ISS features. Many bugfixes and RFEs.
Release Notes: This release adds Fedora 18 support, ABRT and SCAP improvements, WebUI Enhancements, new reports for spacewalk-reports, and new API calls.
Release Notes: This release added Fedora 17 support, Oracle XE 11g support, extended OpenSCAP functionality, server-side support for registering ARM clients, integration with SUSE Studio was added, basic ABRT notification, distribution-channel mapping that can be customized per organization, a view of systems requiring reboot, an extra packages view, the ability to download comps information in spacewalk-repo-sync, yum group operations, WebUI and usability improvements, and PostgreSQL improvements. Cobbler 2.0 is now packaged in Spacewalk repos. Archived actions now can be deleted. New API calls were provided.
Release Notes: Monitoring is now working on the PostgreSQL database backend. Both database backends are feature-comparable. OpenSCAP integration. Fully asynchronous clearing of orphaned monitoring data. Stock rhnpush is able to push Debian packages. A new spacewalk-clone-by-date tool. Numerous spacecmd enhancements. Improved messages printed when certificate activation fails.