Servers configuration description

Rodolfo Alcazar rodolfo.alcazar at padep.org.bo
Thu Feb 2 12:20:42 UTC 2006


On Thu, 2006-02-02 at 12:06 +0000, Paul Howarth wrote:
> Rodolfo Alcazar wrote:
> > Hi. 
> > 
> > Im trying to get a detailed configuration description of everyone of my
> > Fedora servers. I wrote this script. Any ideas of something i could be
> > missing or any other helpful command? Any suggestion helps. TIA!
> > 
> > #!/bin/bash
> > function runcommand {
> >   echo "Command: $1"
> >   bash -c "$1"
> >   echo
> > }
> > runcommand 'uname -a'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/issue'
> > runcommand 'mount'
> > runcommand 'df -h'
> > runcommand 'hostname'
> > runcommand 'chkconfig --list | grep 3:on'
> > runcommand 'fdisk -l'
> > runcommand 'crontab -l'
> > runcommand 'ifconfig | grep "encap\|addr\|^$"'
> > runcommand 'iptables-save'
> > runcommand 'route -n'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/fstab'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/grub.conf'
> > runcommand 'for a in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-*; do echo
> > ----- $a -----; cat $a; done'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/sysconfig/network'
> > runcommand 'for a in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route-*; do echo
> > ----- $a -----; cat $a; done'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/named.conf'

> if non-standard zone files exist under /var/named, you might to to add them.

runcommand 'for a in /var/named/*; do echo ----- $a -----; cat $a; done'

> > runcommand 'rpm -qa --last'
> > runcommand 'netstat -an'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/resolv.conf'
> > runcommand 'cat /etc/rc.local'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/interrupts'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/ioports'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/modules'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/partitions'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/mounts'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/pci |grep -v "Latency\|Non-prefetchable"'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/cpuinfo'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/meminfo'
> > runcommand 'cat /proc/version'
> > runcommand 'uptime'

runcommand 'cat /etc/modprobe.conf' ?
Essential!!

Good!

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