Userinfo is a console utility to display a variety of information about a local user. It uses loadable modules to perform different tasks, which separate the output with a field deliminator. Some may find it useful in shell scripts to gather information that might be tedious by other methods.
util-vserver is a Linux virtual server utility framework, allowing an administrator to set up multiple, isolated virtual servers. It can be used to run various services securely separated, without requiring special configuration. Virtual servers are unable to interact with each other, or the main server.
vSACS is a simple, full-featured web hosting automation system that provides its clients with sophisticated yet easy-to-use server management tools. Emphasis is put on security and reliability, without sacrificing flexible configurations for the advanced user. With advanced recovery tools, sophisticated language management, long term stability, and real time task execution, vSACS is a smart choice for your Web-hosting business.
Valtz is a simple tool that can be used for validating and filtering tinydns-data (djbdns) zonefiles. It can be used both as an error-finding tool by end users and by automated scripts to filter out errors. Additionally, it can be used to filter out domain-specific data that does not belong in a given file. Thus, importing zone information from third parties, semi-trusted parties, and sloppy users can be done without fear.
Vbackup is a modular backup utility that can be used to perform full or incremental system backups. It consists of a set of scripts that can be used to create backups using tar and xfsdump. It can also make backups of PostgreSQL, MySQL, and LDAP databases, keep a copy of the boot record, the partition table, or the LVM configuration, encrypt archives using x509 certificates, and back up the Debian package list and the RPM database. It can store the backups in a local or remote directory using either NFS or SCP. It is modular, and can be extended to perform other functions as well.
Vcron is a graphical interface to cron and at, allowing to view, modify, delete and add programmed actions. You will no longer have to cope with the cron/at horrible syntax. Vcron is written in tcl/tk , it is a very easy to use multilingual application, with an inline manual. It has been tested on RedHat and Slackware, but it should work without problems on other platforms.
Virt-Factory is a framework for managing a large number of Xen virtual machines, such as might be found in data centers or large lab configurations. It works by managing a pool of registered physical hosts and then deploying virtual machines, which have specific roles as defined by their "profiles" (profiles act as shareable virtual appliance definitions), onto those hosts. Virt-Factory provides both a Web UI (for ease of use) and an XML-RPC API (for scripting of admin actions). A command line interface (along with other advanced batch management features) is coming soon.