[gsoc-dev] [GSoC 2014] Tasks for the Data Centre Tools project
Emaad Ahmed Manzoor
emaadmanzoor at gmail.com
Thu Mar 13 18:39:55 UTC 2014
Thanks again for taking a look!
I will start working on the proposal. These are some broad areas I have
planned to cover in the project proposal/timeline:
1. Capability of running commands via SOL.
2. Power cycling the server.
3. Getting sensors values
4. Getting system event logs.
5. Building a UI (web/terminal based) to allow adding a machine (via
name/IP address) and then querying it for the information listed above.
I gathered these requirements from the project description. Are there other
features of the project that I have missed in the list above?
Emaad Ahmed Manzoor.
On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 11:50 PM, Lance Albertson <lance at osuosl.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 10:35 AM, Emaad Ahmed Manzoor <
> emaadmanzoor at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have written a small Python script that uses Curses and pyipmi to power
>> on/off a machine. Using Python's Curses library, it takes user input for IP
>> address, username and password. Here is the link to the gist:
>> Also, I have made a slight improvement to the code by doing some error
>> handling to ensure graceful exit when the communication to the server
>> fails. I am attaching the screenshots of the running program.
> This is great! I think you're ready to now draft up a proposal. What I
> recommend you do is write something up in Google Drive and then share it to
> me and I'll share it with the rest of the OSL team. I recommend you read up
> on the GSoC Student Guide  on how to write a good proposal.
> Once you have a draft proposal, we can comment on it and work with you to
> improve. And then finally you can submit it to Melange.
> Do you have enough information on what we're looking for on this project
> as far as features?
>  http://en.flossmanuals.net/GSoCStudentGuide/ch008_writing-a-proposal/
> Lance Albertson
> Oregon State University | Open Source Lab
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