In my last post I talked about listing your Linux server hardware information via command line tools,
but for the lazy Linux sysadmins there is a tool which will collect all your Linux server information for you in one swipe.
It will collect everything and sort it out, and will create a nice html for you to list everything you ever wanted to know about your Linux server.
it will list this info and much much more:
- The Operation system installed and current status of it
- memory consuming processes
- services startup and runlevel
- current and default runlevel
- crontab listing
- a lot of info about all the hardware installed
- which packages are installed
- Hard-disks information
- LVM info
- all the different network settings
- Kernel modules and libraries
- and a lot more.
simple cfg2html Installation:
download the package from the server:
rpm -ivh cfg2html-linux-1.60-1.noarch.rpm
if there is already an older version installed you can update it with:
rpm -ivh –freshen cfg2html-linux-1.60-1.noarch.rpm
edit the server details config text file:
and run the Linux server info gathering script:
this will create a couple of files named after your computer name and a couple of images.
all you have left to do is open the server_name.html file with your favorite browser (eg. firefox) and that’s it – all your Linux server information is there to go through.