Project info for McFeely

Share This Created 15 May 2000 at 19:22 UTC by mml, last modified 2 Apr 2001 at 17:30 UTC by cdent.


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McFeely is a program that makes it possible to run multiple programs, in a specified order, on multiple hosts. It was created to solve the problem of automatically managing users at an ISP where the users have resources like home directories on multiple machines. For example, when a user is created, McFeely automatically creates their home directories on the shell, web and mail servers. If one of those machines is down, McFeely keeps trying until it is up. If there is a problem, a sysadmin is notified.

This is a project that is actively seeking contributors, so if you are interested, check out the web page.

License: GPL

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