ISPMan is a system to design massive ISPs using LDAP as the backend. ISPMan provides a web front end and a command line interface to create virtual domains and manages users, dns information, email infos and httpd setup data for these vhosts.
Additional scripts for the Solaris Security Toolkit
mcom is a console based system administration tool. it has focus on sysadmin's daily business. - search for part of hostname and login via ssh - execute comands on multiple hosts (also via sudo) ... and many more ...
This little bash script will help you to configure network on opensolaris.It has very comfortable menu and saves all changes to right config files.This is still beta version so feel free to make some suggestions : email@example.com
open-nm is an open source management solution addressing multiple aspects of deploying and managing IP networks.
paqt is a performance acquisition tool designed to gather OS dependent performance data in a consistent fashion using standard Solaris utilities. The script is written in ksh and runs both on SPARC and x86 Solaris OSes from 2.4 up to 11.
A Webmin clone written entirely in PHP (including the server/modules) Currently supports only special php modules but CGI (FastCGI) support will added some day. Configure your server with this 'tool'. Looking for people to work on modules and the server.
PKG REBUILD - Utility for rebuilding installed pkg package
RTTI for Python Source Files based on inspect
The 'pysourceinfo' package provides basic runtime information on executed sourcefiles based on 'inspect' and additional sources.
Take either manual or scheduled backups using find, egrep, cpio and bzip. Supports weekly full backups, exclusions and compression. See http://bandcamp.tv/quickbackup for mailing list info and downloads
r5backup is a backup script using rsync and ssh to make backups. It can handle remote hosts, is rapid and reliable. r5backup comes with 5 scripts: the main backup script, a scheduler, a launcher for remote invocation, an admin tool and a recover tool
rcss makes using (RCS) (S)imple
rcss - rcs simplified. RCS is revision control. While the newer revision controls like git have taken the world by storm, I find as a systems administrator that I don't need all the features of git, I need some thing simple and that stays on my server and is simple and easy to use. RCS fit the bill for me for revision control. RCS didn't make it easy to do things like compare, revert. So I wrote rcss, to make working with rcs MUCH simpler, at least for myself. I hope you find it as useful as I have.
Utilizes common unix utilities to provide a simple backup solution. Like Apple's Time Machine, sbak uses hard-links to minimize disk usage. Reduces data transfer by using compressed rsync transfers. Web interface and subscription service coming soon.
suninfo is a simple information collecting script for SunOS (alias Solaris). It gathers information like count of CPUs, MEM, available MEM, hostname, installed packages, type of CPUs and so on... It's spares a lot of typing :-)
System administration program for linux
Syspert is a system administration program which supports all versions of UNIX and Debian based versions and Red Hat versions of Linux, which supports major features such as user adding, modifications and deletion, disk administration and system administration (including firewall administration and IP address administration)
Light console to control a remote system through serial line, telnet... Has non-blocking scroll lock, timestamp, command edit/recall, command fifo, log viewer (unlimited size), search back/forward, occurence count, easy copy/print any part of logfile
WebToken is a cryptographic system to authenticate users through a 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication) using OTP (One Time Password).
Yet Another Rsync Backup Utility (YARBU). A robust but powerful snapshot-like rolling backup utility with email notification and straightforward configuration.
ZFS remote backup management utility that creates and sends zfs snapshots to a remote location encrypted similarly to duplicity/duply. Features include cron-schedulable backups, status emails, easy to use CLI, and data integrity verification.