Unix Tools (Again)

Unix Tools (Again)

Post by Raoul Villalpan » Fri, 22 Jul 1994 21:44:05



I posted a few days ago that I was looking for a Unix Tools package that does
the following:

        a) Performance Monitoring
        b) Print Control
        c) Job Scheduling
        d) Disk Management
        e) Tape Management
        f) Security

I think that I forgot to mention that this does not have to be *1* package that does all of these tasks.  I will be willing to mix more than one package to
get all of the jobs done.

And As I said I need this package to run across multiple platforms
specifically:

        IBM/AIX, Sequent Dynix, Dec Ultrix, HP\UX and HP\MPE

I would appreciate any information on packages that are available.
Please include vendor information if you have it, as well as your own
personal  experience with the product.  Thanks again in advance.  

        Raoul Villalpando
        Systems and Computer Technology

 
 
 

Unix Tools (Again)

Post by Faried Naw » Sat, 23 Jul 1994 17:57:19


   I posted a few days ago that I was looking for a Unix Tools package that does
   the following:

           a) Performance Monitoring
           b) Print Control
           c) Job Scheduling
           d) Disk Management
           e) Tape Management
           f) Security

d00d...get the 4.4BSD-lite cdrom :)

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Unix Tools (Again)

Post by Hamish Mars » Sat, 30 Jul 1994 09:21:04




>    I posted a few days ago that I was looking for a Unix Tools package that does
>    the following:
>       a) Performance Monitoring
>       b) Print Control
>       c) Job Scheduling
>       d) Disk Management
>       e) Tape Management
>       f) Security
> d00d...get the 4.4BSD-lite cdrom :)

Anyone got a source for this? (And price :)

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Unix Tools (Again)

Post by Jonathan M. Bresl » Sun, 31 Jul 1994 00:21:26





>>    I posted a few days ago that I was looking for a Unix Tools package that does
>>    the following:
>>           a) Performance Monitoring
>>           b) Print Control
>>           c) Job Scheduling
>>           d) Disk Management
>>           e) Tape Management
>>           f) Security
>> d00d...get the 4.4BSD-lite cdrom :)
>Anyone got a source for this? (And price :)

        you can get the cdrom and all the manuals for o'reilly for $30 a book,
        except for the book with the cdrom--$40.

        user's manual, programmer manual, user supplement, programmer
        supplement, cdrom and book, and admin guide  about $200 all told
        or buy individual volumes.  try gopher.ora.com.

        all from memory, by the way, accuracy not guaranteed, but close.

        jmb

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