Manageability Services for Linux
Posted on: 09/09/2003 04:17 AM

Manageability Services for Linux are grid services that provide manageability functions for system resources. (Globus Toolkit 3.0 is included.) These services take advantage of self-describing and on-demand features of grid services to control resources in autonomic and/or grid environments. Manageability Services for Linux is a prototype for such a manageability framework for managing Linux resources. This prototype consists of a Sametime messaging service for notifying users of critical changes, and a collection of manageability services for some of the most commonly used resources, including Linux OS, Linux processes, disk partitions, system statistics, and system services.

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