Tuesday, January 31, 2012


The IT Infrastructure Analyst, IT Ops Engg., Systems Admin, IT Support Engg., IT Helpdesk Engg. Companies changes and Job titles change but the responsibilities over lap and mix. My quest to make work fun, simple, joy and easy has lead to write, collect, source and use various scripts and tools that will help in a very easy and fun filled work flow with computers and IT systems.

This project is to write and collect tools and utilities that make System Administration easy and simple. If a hard working Admin cannot have a beautiful wallpaper on his screen then the Admin can at least have one complete set utility tools that make the brow sweat free and achieve deadlines.

The current list of tools:

Password Generator<br> Network & Firewall Auditor<br> Disk Auditor<br> FS Auditor<br> General System Auditor

Download at:


 # wget http://linux-easy-admin-utilities.googlecode.com/files/linux-easy-admin-util-v0.2.tar.gz
# tar -zxvf linux-easy-admin-util-v0.2.tar.gz
# cp easy-admin/* /usr/local/bin/
# adtdepchk

genadtchk - General Audit Checker: This script generates a simple information information about your system. Basic system, Memory, Disk, File System, Network data is audited.
dksadtchk - Disk Audit Checker: This script generates a complete and compressive information about your systems disk and storage. Total disks at boot time, contained partitions, partitions used, removable disks, capacity and free capacity etc.
fsadtchk - File System Audit Checker: This script generates a complete and compressive information about the systems FS usage and current mounted, total available, type, size, free, and space occupying number one folder or file from the FS.
netadtchk - Network Audit Checker: This script  generates a complete and compressive information about the network interfaces - hardware, virtual, local and other , firewall and its status, outgoing firewall status, current process that are having listening processes, port - ip - process - executable table, IPV4/6 feature, forwarding, masquerading for the system.
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