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Old 04-20-2006, 11:03 AM   #1
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Health Check / Server Completion Check Software?


I work in a company that installs a lot of Linux servers. We have many process since SOX to ensure all steps are completed on our servers before they are put into production. I have written some scripts to go out and check servers to ensure they have had all the software loaded and the configuration is correct. I was wondering how other companies are doing this same type of activities. Is there any software already out there that does a similar check and provide a nice looking output? We are in the process of out sourcing the setup of these servers and I would like to execute something against a server to ensure it is complete.
 
  


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