Rnms now using TurboGears 2.3.2

While the website might of been idle there has been a great deal of work behind the scenes (unless you’re looking at github) updating and improving RoseNMS, the python based Network Management System. The code has had a great many changes including:

  • Updating the TurboGears based code to 2.3.2
  • Simplifying the admin back to TG standard using the Twitter Bootstrap option
  • Making several GUI changes to make it easier to switch screens or get more information
  • Update to the pysnmp module to the latest, which is a much better module
  • Changing from paste to cliff for the command lines and bringing it all into one binary

I’m hoping to get to release one in the next few months. The back-end is largely complete with some work required on the daemon and also more webGUI work to make sure its easy to get the right information at the right time.


RNMS on GitHub

Rosenberg NMS is now found on GitHub at https://github.com/csmall/rnms

The code is still pre-alpha but it is now available to try out.  This means you can try out this new network management system. I have done this to hopefully shake out some of the bugs before the first release.  The program has minimal documentation but does work, kinda.


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