Automated SysAdmin; Dot Files; HP-UX porting (ver: May 7, 2005)

From: Mike Peterson (mikep_at_noc.utoronto.ca)
Date: 07/01/05


Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2005 05:00:01 GMT

The automated system administration scripts, which are copies of the
scripts in active use on our Solaris 2.X, Linux (RedHat and Mandrake),
SGI IRIX 6.X, and FreeBSD 5.X systems; they also were used on
SunOS 4.1.X, HP (HP-UX 9.X), SGI (IRIX 5.X).
They are available as files 'autoadmin.shar.*' from URL:
   http://www.noc.utoronto.ca/~mikep/unix/
(Note: these files were last updated May 7, 2005).

The dot file scripts, which are copies of the .cshrc / .login / .profile
/ etc scripts in active use on our Solaris 2.X, Linux (RedHat and Mandrake),
SGI IRIX 6.X, and FreeBSD 5.X systems; they also were used on
SunOS 4.1.X, HP (HP-UX 9.X), SGI (IRIX 5.X).
They are available as files 'dotfiles.shar.*' from URL:
   http://www.noc.utoronto.ca/~mikep/unix/
(Note: these files were last updated May 7, 2005).

The BSD to HP-UX porting tricks, a set of notes and helpful C routines
for porting programs to HP-UX, are available from URL:
   http://www.noc.utoronto.ca/~mikep/unix/HPTRICKS
This file also contains a driver program and functions to obtain the
load average on a wide variety of systems, including HP-UX, IRIX,
SunOS, Solaris, DEC OSF, Stardent(!), and even for systems with no
/dev/kmem access (or if you can't get your program to be setgid to the
"kmem" group because you do not have 'root' access).
(Note: this file was last updated Jun 16, 1999).

-- 
If 'Paradise Lost' had been written by a system admin,      Mike Peterson
 it would have a sequel 'Paradise Restored From Backup'.    U/T Network Security
E-mail: mikep@noc.utoronto.ca                               Tel: 416-978-5230
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