The supportconfig utility is used by support teams to collect all information needed to troubleshoot a system in one shot.

The objective of this project is to create a central repository of supportconfig tarballs. To do so, we're going to develop a set of tools to automatically fetch tarballs from known sources, parse the information, import the useful parts into an SQL database and expose it in a Web front-end where users can run some simple queries.

The following components will be developed:

  • Collector: Retrieves supportconfigs from the usual sources (Bugzilla, ftp.novell.com).
  • Parser: Parses the data from a supportconfig tarball and imports it into a database.
  • Front-end: Displays the collected data in useful formats, generate statistics and allow simple queries.

Looking for mad skills in:

python django shell

This project is part of:

Hack Week 10

Activity

  • over 1 year ago: barendartchuk liked supportconfig database
  • over 3 years ago: mkoutny liked supportconfig database
  • about 6 years ago: leonardocf removed keyword xml from supportconfig database
  • about 6 years ago: leonardocf added keyword "xml" to supportconfig database
  • about 6 years ago: leonardocf added keyword "shell" to supportconfig database
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    • leonardocf
      about 6 years ago by leonardocf | Reply

      The "Collector" and "Parser" components were developed during Hack Week 9.

    • leonardocf
      about 6 years ago by leonardocf | Reply

      A working prototype of the front-end (using python-django) was developed during Hack Week 10.

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