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Server Maintenance

Arjun Shastry
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Joined: Mar 13, 2003
Posts: 1874
Hi,
What scripting languages/tools are generally used to maintain the server?
Operating system is Windows Server 2003.The applications installed are typical:
1)MS SQL server with 7/8 databases around(10GB data).
2)Apache Tomcat(with 1 application)
3)Microsfot IIS hosting 3/4 web applications.
4)Microsoft Sharepoint server hosting 4 sites(huge data)

Maintenance means:
1)Daily observing how much disk space is remaining on drives and then take action accordingly.
2)Observing every application to check CPU usage/memory etc.
3)To keep watch on Database transaction log files and then shrink them.
4)Any other manual task that can be automated.

PERL? Python? or any OpenSource Tool on Windows?


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Nicholas Jordan
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Joined: Sep 17, 2006
Posts: 1282
You have four servers listed, one open source and three proprietary.

It is my experience that one should stay with the tools provided by the vendor of a product. Issues get resolved better.


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