[erlang-questions] [ANN] Esysman 1.2

Pierre Fenoll pierrefenoll@REDACTED
Tue Nov 26 23:08:18 CET 2013

Killer Erlang FOSS?

Implementations of most communication protocols.
Code that shows where Erlang can be awesome, with awe-inspiring tech (P2P,
chat, streaming, clustering, BTC, …) all scalable and highly available.
And if those things already are created somewhere, a way to find them.

Pierre Fenoll

On 26 November 2013 19:29, Wes James <comptekki@REDACTED> wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 11:00 PM, Andreas Stenius <
> andreas.stenius@REDACTED> wrote:
>> 2013/11/22 Wes James <comptekki@REDACTED>
>>> I have updated Esysman to 1.2:
>> Having a short introduction as to what Esysman is (at a glance) would be
>> nice
>> for those not familiar with your project (me included).
>> Cheers
> Sorry about that.
> ESysMan is a systems manager.  You set up a web service (cowboy) and talk
> to it with a browser via websockets.  The console is a web page that has
> your rooms that you click on a room name to view a particular room then in
> each room you can run commands on the systems in that room (the layout for
> the rooms is similar to the actual layout of the room).  You can run the
> commands on individuall workstations or on the whole room of workstations.
> Some commands that can be run are wol, restart, shutdown, copy (for copying
> scripts or installer files to the workstations), run scripts or
> applications that have been copied, ping, freeze/thaw/get status for
> deepfreeze software.  At the top of the console you can see how many
> systems are up in each room and a total for all rooms.  I also have a panel
> for alerts that indicate which systems have the same user logged in more
> than once (students aren't supposed to share accounts ;) ), and so forth.
> If you have any more questions, let me know.
> -wes
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