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Re: Config Management software

 On Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 02:35:59PM -0500, Hunter Heinlen wrote: 
> My employer is wanting me to setup an Enterprise configuration management 
> system to maintain the configuration of a few hundred to a few thousand 
> Unix/Linux servers.  Previously, I used HostFactory for this type of task, 
> but, alas, it is no more, and the code base is gone.  I have been looking 
> at couple other solutions, but have not found anything that is quite as 
> useful.  They did not store configurations in a database, do not allow 
> dynamic templating of a server, does not allow easy rollback or revision 
> control on a configuration, does not build systems out of a software 
> repository, or something that I am used to have and expect from a 
> configuration management system.  So I was wondering what other people used 
> for this purpose.  What are you using to keep your Unix/Linux systems 
> configurations under control?  Please let me know, thanks. 

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