The PXE manager is a system to control PXE configuration on a machine-by-machine basis.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release allows you to use IP addresses and sub-addresses instead of MAC addresses. delsystem: a new command to remove a system from the database.
Release Notes: This release adds support for managing the default PXE configuration.
Release Notes: In the Web interface, more pages were added for navigation by test names, system names, and versions. The admin views were improved by providing better names for the all the objects. dpytest displays only the requested tests. Bad test matching in the upload logic was fixed by passing the test ID to the upload URL. nexttest now allows you to request multiple tests in one call. The test system was documented.
Release Notes: This release adds a test automation system integrated with the PXE management. It simplifies the URLs by finding the MAC addresses automatically. It activates the admin interface by default.
Release Notes: A contrib directory with a generic installer based on a Debian debootstrap. A pxemngr command to launch the sub-commands and pollute the global namespace with a lot of commands. An install target in the Makefile to allow you to install the pxemngr on a system. syncbootname checks that the local profile is defined.