systeminfo.sh is a system information gathering script for Linux. It is non-intrusive and simply gathers information from commands that are already available. It outputs a single file or generates a menu driven Web page. The information includes hostname, software packages, memory, OS information, process information, kernel modules, network routes, socket ports, ulimits, chkconfig, hardware devices, swap, disks, DNS info, top, processor, meminfo, dmesg, cron jobs, network interfaces, and more.
|Tags||Software Development Documentation Systems Administration Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: When invoked without options, the script now produces information to stdout, tar, and Web pages. vmstat info was moved to the bottom of the system section. A functional rewrite was done. Collection is done in a single pass now. Status updates are displayed for the -t and -w options. Additional arguments were added: -a to collect information, generate Web pages and a tar file, then display to stdout; -d to display to stdout as it collects the information; -h to display a help message; -t to create just a tar file of Web pages; -w to create just the Web pages and master info file.
Release Notes: This release fixes ifconfig and NICs, adds vmstat information and iostat to the disk and CPU sections, and adds an option to publish to stdout only ("-d").
No changes have been submitted for this release.