Review of Conserver
"These are just some of the things conserver can do for you. Conserver is a daemon that runs on a Unix-like system to facilitate remote management of devices. The only prerequisite to taking advantage of conserver is the ability to connect to the "console" of the device you wish to manage. This "connection" can be via a direct serial connection, a TCP socket, or any command conserver can invoke. A TCP socket is traditionally used to connect to a terminal server, whereas random commands allow you to do anything -- from connecting to proprietary systems to integrating into an IPMI environment. The definition of "console" is really left up to your imagination." Conserver: A Flexible, Mature Console Management System
(Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 18, 2005 )
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