Monthly Archives: August 2007

EPIC Perl in Eclipse 0

Nowadays I’m using VI or Komodo Edit [1] for Perl code editing tasks… (It sound great, if you have a look at my scripts probably you get disappointed).Both are available under Linux and MS but yesterday Julian (nice guy working at Capgemini) tolds me about EPIC, which is an open source editor based on Eclipse. […]

Three apps for Sysadmins 0

Via an article about Flickr Architecture I discover some apps quite interesting: System Imager: automates Linux installs, software distribution, and production deployment Ganglia: scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids. Subcon: allows you to store your essential system configuration files in a subversion repository and easily deploy different configurations […]

Perl, every where 0

This days I’m writting a perl script to verify a 25 port is available on a particular machine. I’ve writte two different versions: first one using Use IO::Socket: hard way, dealing with carriage returns, and line-feeds, specially if you’re using qmail, and my version was unable to connect with qmail or exchange transparently… second one […]