checksuite 2.8 reviewDownload
checksuite was written specifically to assist system administrators with the day-to-day tasks of monitoring a system
checksuite was written specifically to assist system administrators with the day-to-day tasks of monitoring a system. It is in, no way, a replacement of an actual system administrator.
I originally created these programs to help me out, because of all the excruciating long hours at work. Plus, I work on servers day-in, day-out that have system administrators
that most certainly need all the help they can get.
Enjoy these programs! Use them to your liking. These programs were an excellent project for
me to really grow my programming skills. Any feedback on these would be great.
You can run 'sh install.sh' from the command line for the programs to be installed. These programs were intended for use on a Linux OS. However, they do work on other flavors of *nix and I plan on making more versions available as I find time to do so.
The main progams are installed into /usr/local/sbin/. There is a man page found in /usr/man/man1 and a cron file in /etc/cron.d/. As well, there is a logrotate config file in /etc/logrotate.d/ and all logs are found in /var/log/checksuite.d/.
What's New in This Release:
Added 2 more false positives to checkhardware, also a disclaimer
Fixed "Disk Usage by Content" for a specific directory in checkdisk
Added a threshold parameter in checksyn for the amount of times an IP is found to be SYN flooding until they get blocked
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