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Unix file server Management tools

Do you know any management tool that are able to monitor all of the Unix servers which are Solaris, HP, AIX and Red Head operating system.

We want to monitor the CPU, memory, Disk and other things. Also, I want to know which software is running in the servers.

We can buy the software system, but it is good if I am able to fine a freeware.

Thank you for your help.

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shivsaCommented:
HP Openview is one of that kind of software. but it is not freeware.
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manage your heterogeneous enterprise infrastructure

Today’s environments bring their share of new management challenges, such as managing mixed environments. HP OpenView Operations for Windows lets you manage more platforms from Windows than any other solution—including Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, all major Linux distributions, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Tru64, and NetWare. Support for datacenter-capable technologies like monitoring 64-bit Microsoft SQL and Itanium servers is also included.
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TintinCommented:
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shivsaCommented:
Webmin also can be used to peform management tasks. i think this comes under BSD license so must be free.
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liddlerCommented:
As Tintin mentions BigBrother (www.bb4.com), web-based GUI, easy to configure, very customisable and it can email / page you.  It has lots of add on modules (www.deadcat.net) to monitor oracle, cisco, Novell, NT, DNS servers etc
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shivsaCommented:
any updates on this.
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