ISP Webfrontends for Management
michael.schuh at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 11:03:54 PDT 2007
(i would answer to the list, not to the persons only)
First thanks for the suggestions.
Now my personal opinions:
I like solutions that ar small, smart and easy to administrate/update.
Such as syscp. But syscp doesn't have all the functionality that i like.
dtc looks very good, but have tons of dependencies that are not really
raqdevil shold be a good solution if it get installed right, but it doesn't
in a jail.
webin is overloaded, while the customer from me doesn't like a fully system
management, and in the last twelve years of my experiences with
i have many many boxes seen that have been cracked and misused as
or public ftpservers from crackers. because the updates from webin are not
maked fast enough.
qmail is good but for me it is a little bit to complex to handle,
i prefer combinations such as
named(bind9)/postfix/sa/dspam/cyrus-imap(also with murder-config) or courier
or dovecot for small
enviroments. for Databases i like to prefer postgresql before mysql and
apache or lightttpd.
And that are the components that i have to manage over a single webfrontend.
So that at this moment syscp is the only one that can handle this and only
not more and not less, but it lacks of support for sa/dspam.
ok dspam brings his own webfrontend but sa not and sa is very complex
to configure while it has tons of features......so i think about it to leave
it out from
the box and use only dspam.....
the webfrontends for cyrus are not really good IMHO
thanks for your suggestions
Michael Schuh wrote:
> > Hi @list,
> > i search a good/reliable/stable possibility to manage
> > Domains/users/mailaccounts/webspace/servers etc.
> > per Http...
> > I have searched throug google and the ports-tree and the only
> > two frontends that i have found are sysutils/syscp and www/raqdevil.
> > syscp shows me very clear and a little bit poor but stable and mature
> > to use it.
> > raqdevil is horridble to install clean and runnable in a jail,
> > and it uses originally code from SUN Microsystems Cobalt-Raq's,
> > so that it seems to me a little bit difficult to use it.....
> > Can anyone point me to other frontends ( preferred supported through the
> > ports-tree),
> > and/or to an frontend to cfengine ( if it gave one)?
> > Thanks for all
> > regards
> > michael
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