cstuettgen at myrealbox.com
Thu Apr 22 20:56:01 CDT 2004
On Thu, 2004-04-22 at 10:48, Aly Dharshi wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I would be really interested in hearing about a general purpose one that would
> cover the Sun and Dell machines that we have in our data center.
Check out Sysinfo from
It isn't *free* but it is reasonable at $12 USD per system. For 30
machines you are looking at about $360. They have a 60 day evaluation
I use a commercial network inventory program called TSCensus from Tally
Systems and they licensed and distribute Sysinfo with TSCensus to
inventory Unix and Linux systems.
> Robin Kearney wrote:
> > Hi, I run a smallish system of 30 or so Poweredge machines.
> > I am currently sketching out requirements and a rough design for an
> > inventory system. The idea being I can go to a single page and see all
> > my machines. Or see all the machines which are using package blah, or
> > which machines have a certain model of drive. etc...
> > The questions I have are basically, does anybody know of such an
> > application (would have to be free, there is no budget for this)?
> > Secondly, part of the application will be a data gatherer which will run
> > on the client machines every night and post the current configuration to
> > a master server. I can find a lot of useful information in /proc but a
> > couple of things would be nice and I cannot find out where to get them
> > from:
> > a) How many dimm sockets are in the machine and which are populated
> > b) type of Dell hardware, i.e. Poweredge 2640, 1650 etc.
> > Does anybody know how to find either of these out?
> > r.
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