Gromit is a system configuration tool that is designed to run in the most automated fashion possible. It allows you to place the correct config file in the right place on the right machine. Package and version dependencies allow you to sanely control machines that are not 100% identical. It is usually run thorough a rules file and a cron job. It is intended specifically for experienced system administrators who must deal with many machines.
released on 8 August 2003
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