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Old 18th May 2008
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Hi all,

I thought I might find somebody here...

I'm looking for a free php-script to manage our hardware, this should include machine, details cpu memory etc, OS, software in use, patch panel assignment, passwords, users, etc.

Can someone here recommend something?

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Unless you expect it to support every operating system ever made I doubt any one can help you without more information :-P


I wrote a shell script to create a detailed report of system data for running after my post-install stuff, but havn't needed to use it in a LONG time, wonder where it went >_>
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Ah, sorry, my bad.

What I was looking for is a web-based database! It should be something similar to an adress book, but computer-data instead.

Is that more understandable?
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Assuming you want to collect the information on each system manually rather then automagically and store it in that database yes.


I'm not aware of any such thing that isn't focused for secretarial stuff but writing one wouldn't take long and any database backend would do, even down to a flat-file db.


I'd probably do it through phpmyadmin & mysql
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I'd probably do it through phpmyadmin & mysql
If that's too much overhead, I'd recommend a wiki (like dokuwiki). You can set (through ACL's) who can do what. You can have sysadmins able to update their docs, network teams update their info, etc. Perms are user/group based, and dokuwiki uses a simple text files to store the pages.

This is the solution I recently started using.
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