welcome to oss.metaparadigm.com
This is the open source web site of Metaparadigm Pte Ltd., a Singapore based IT company specialising in open source deployment and development. Find below some of the OSS code Metaparadigm is working on, namely:
apache-privsep is a patch to Apache and mod_dav that addresses the problem of an Apache DAV server only being able to write files as the apache user (usually something like 'nobody' or 'www') and it does so in a very secure way. The Apache Privilege Separation patches applies similar principals of privilege separation to that of sshd.
JSON-C implements a reference counting object model that allows you to easily construct JSON objects in C, output them as JSON formatted strings and parse JSON formatted strings back into the C representation of JSON objects.
JMemProf is a live Java memory profiler suitable for deployment in web containers such as JBoss, Tomcat and other web containers. JMemProf allows you to retrieve memory profile information while your application is running. JMemProf is implemented in C using the JVMPI (JVM Profiling Interface). There are two parts, a shared object loaded into the JVM at startup, and a WAR file containing a Java servlet that uses a JNI interface to the profiling extension to retrieve and display memory profile information collected during execution.
safte-monitor reads disk enclosure status information from SAF-TE capable enclosures (SCSI Accessible Fault Tolerant Enclosures), which is common in many SCSI disk enclosures these days. safte-monitor can monitor multiple devices and will probe for and detect them. The information retrieved includes power and fan status, temperature, audible alarm, drive faults, array critical/failed/rebuilding state, and door lock status. safte-monitor logs information to syslog and can execute a program with details of the component failure. It also includes an embedded web server.
mapscsi is a small utility that creates a consistent mapping to Linux scsi devices. mapscsi achieves this by creating symbolic links to linux scsi disk devices after scanning all scsi disk devices, finding out their host, channel, id, lun, pci location (if available), Fibre Channel world wide node and port names, loop and port ids (with qla2x00 v4.46.5 driver) vendor, product and serial number details and using this information plus a mapping rules file containing device templates to dynamically create link names.
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