Lets users configure network servers and/or services centrally The traditonal way to manage UN*X boxes is doing configuring work on a per host basis. While this works quite well on single host setups, it quickly becomes a nightmare when it comes to clustered systems, load balancing systems or server farms, where configurations have to be shared/spread/replicated between several more or less independant machines. The LUCAS project aims at creating a framework, where configuration data may be conviniently kept in an central LDAP database and is automatically send to the desired destination from there.
released on 20 June 2003
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