EasyVZ is a GUI front end to OpenVZ that makes managing Virtual Private Servers very simple, easy, and fun. OpenVZ is a operating system level virtualization solution that lets you run several virtual servers on the same physical machine with very little overhead. EasyVZ makes it simple to create, destroy, and manage Virtual Private Servers from within a cozy and comfortable graphical user interface. The EasyVZ client can manage the server from anywhere over the network.
GtkOL-LDAP is a client GUI designed to manage OpenLDAP directories. The application core is developed in a modular way to enable easy handling of data that conform to templates such as POSIX accounts or Samba entries. The main concept introduced by GtkOL-LDAP is the the end user's ability to set up integrity and coherency rules on managed entries.
slackroll is a package or upgrade manager for Slackware Linux. It is designed to work with official mirrors in systems mainly composed of official packages with a few unofficial packages. It lets you automatically upgrade or install packages, and displays which packages have been added or removed from the Slackware tree.
dim_STAT is a performance analysis and monitoring tool for Solaris, Linux, Mac OS X, and other UNIX systems. Its main features are a Web-based interface, data storage in a MySQL database, several data views, interactive (Java) or static (PNG) graphs, real-time monitoring, multi-host monitoring, post analyzing, statistics integration, professional reporting with automated features, and more.
gvfsfind searches for files in a directory hierarchy. The tool is inspired by the Unix find utility, but operates on URLs using gnome-vfs instead of the local file system. For example, 'gvfsfind.py ftp://video.foo.org --type d --print' prints all directories on the FTP server. 'gvfsfind.py ssh://skipper/srv/movie --type f -name ".*\.vob" --exec "gnomevfs-copy %u ."' copies all files ending with .vob from the host skipper's directory /srv/movie, including its sub-directories.
PeaceMaker is a failover/clustering engine system based on a message passing protocol system over TCP/IP between two or more nodes. It can monitor node faults based on interface polling status, health sanity node status, and messages passed through an external plugin attached to a plugin module. Node faults or state change events can be handled through external programs or TCP/IP notification.