[K12OSN] Network Hardware Monitoring and Tracking (NHTAM) Project

Bob McCaa rmccaa at tiu11.org
Wed Jan 25 17:26:24 UTC 2006

Our IU recently did a presentation of some of ISafe's curriculum.  If
anyone is looking to present some information to students about being
more careful on the Internet, there is some good content available.




On Wed, 2006-01-25 at 14:31 +0000, Jon Spriggs wrote:
> Hi all,
> A few months back I wrote about a project I'd started to monitor
> servers using Ping.
> I got a bit distracted with work for a few months, but got back into
> the saddle last week and committed a few more lines of code into the
> CVS, which now provides server pinging and NTP checking. I've bundled
> it up and created a .zip and .tar.gz file with all the code in. It's
> at https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=148300&package_id=163543&release_id=387193
> and I'd be grateful if someone could check it out.
> If you want to contribute, please let me know your sourceforge ID and
> I'll get you CVS access.
> Requirements are:
> MySQL (Any version which supports INSERT, UPDATE, SELECT and MD5 - is
> that all of them?)
> PHP (4.0+)
> Areas which need development are:
> 1) Security
> 2) Not all the "Edit" functions work correctly.
> 3) Better graphics/themeing
> 4) More plugins (e.g. disk space monitoring, SMTP and WWW server checking)
> 5) Testing facilities on *nix platforms (development was all done on a
> Windows Machine).
> 6) Database management (e.g. minimizing space requirements for larger
> server farms or allowing extended logging)
> 7) Graphing of uptimes and results
> 8) Alerting options?
> For those who are more comfortable with Nightly Builds or CVS access,
> please see http://nhtam.sf.net for more directions, or reply to this
> mail.
> Thanks for your help and interest, and I'm sorry it's taken so long to
> get to this point.
> Regards
> Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs
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