Check out OCS Inventory:
It uses a client that lives on each machine you want to monitor (Linux
and/or Windows), and
is pretty much plug-and-play.
Also has some remote management type features.
You can also use GLPI:
That includes OCS plus helpdesk, knowledgebase, etc features.
Or for something entirely less complicated, a spreadsheet :)
On Sun, May 3, 2009 at 11:15 AM, Paul Murray <paulinuxmurray at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>> I'm looking for some linux server project that people can recommend
> which will help me keep track of pc and server inventory. I don't have
> a particular need for a huge security architecture, but I don't
> particularly want to jump at the first option I see, invest a whole
> lot of time in it, and a couple of months later find its limitations.
>> Web based / desktop solutions are fine... anything anybody can
> recommend from experience would be greatly appreciated!
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