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daily system check - Sun Solaris

hi, in the following post http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&threadm=352ce56a.0%40news.total.net&rnum=3&pre v=/groups%3Fhl%3Den%26lr%3D%26ie%3DISO-8859-1%26q%3Ddaily%2Band%2Bcheck%26meta%3Dgroup%253Dcom p.unix.solaris   Check it out http://iti-s01.iti.qc.ca/~sean/bb-dnld/new-info.html however, the link is not available. 1) has it been changed 2) are there any alternatives so far, my system check has been restricted to the below 1) dmesg 2) df -kt 3) prtdiag -v...

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    hi, in the following post

    http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&threadm=352ce56a.0%40news.total.net&rnum=3&pre v=/groups%3Fhl%3Den%26lr%3D%26ie%3DISO-8859-1%26q%3Ddaily%2Band%2Bcheck%26meta%3Dgroup%253Dcom p.unix.solaris
     

    Check it out

    http://iti-s01.iti.qc.ca/~sean/bb-dnld/new-info.html

    however, the link is not available.

    1) has it been changed
    2) are there any alternatives

    so far, my system check has been restricted to the below
    1) dmesg
    2) df -kt
    3) prtdiag -v
    yls177 Guest

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    On Wed, 30 Sep 2003, yls177 wrote:
     [/ref]

    There are lots of tools out on the net which test this and that on the
    system.

    At different sites you can find quite useful tools such as the SysAdmin site.

    Most of this is not bunched together in one big tool though.

    Take a look at BigBrother (dunno author) and perhaps even NetConnect from
    Sun, explorer from Sun does NOT do any checking, it just collects the
    system configuration and status data but is very useful if you need to
    backtrack or just plainly check the system on another system :-)
    CST from Sun is a tool I havetn looked at, but it has some potential.

    Then there is a plethora of tools you can purchase that does all this.

    Basically, most tools do exists, some are even great, but not many are
    cobundled into any big suite unless they are commercial.
    I like BigBrother, but its not for everything.

    /Johan A

    Mr. Guest

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    Default Re: daily system check

    There is the explorer auditing thing from sun.
    Alsoo sun remote services which is free
    George


    george Guest

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    "Mr. Johan Andersson" <mh.se> wrote in message news:<solace.mh.se>... [/ref]
    >
    > There are lots of tools out on the net which test this and that on the
    > system.
    >
    > At different sites you can find quite useful tools such as the SysAdmin site.
    >
    > Most of this is not bunched together in one big tool though.
    >
    > Take a look at BigBrother (dunno author) and perhaps even NetConnect from
    > Sun, explorer from Sun does NOT do any checking, it just collects the
    > system configuration and status data but is very useful if you need to
    > backtrack or just plainly check the system on another system :-)
    > CST from Sun is a tool I havetn looked at, but it has some potential.
    >
    > Then there is a plethora of tools you can purchase that does all this.
    >
    > Basically, most tools do exists, some are even great, but not many are
    > cobundled into any big suite unless they are commercial.
    > I like BigBrother, but its not for everything.
    >
    > /Johan A[/ref]



    hi, actually, i am looking for a list of activities to check the
    system. like for example, daily, we have to check dmesg for any
    errors, size of filesystem.

    these two are just some of the things that i check daily on unix
    alone.

    so, i am posting to enquire whether i left out any important areas as
    well.

    from the replies, i gather that there are a lot of tools out there.
    but basically, i am looking for command-line checks on systems

    thanks
    yls177 Guest

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