NAME

DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any - provides tables available for any known operating system using filesystems.

ISA

  DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any
  ISA DBD::Sys::Plugin

DESCRIPTION

This plugin manages the tables for any operating system. The tables provided from here are expected to work everywhere (beside bugs).

TABLES

This plugin provides access to following tables:

filesystems

Table containing information about the filesystem, e.g. mountpoint, label, etc. See DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::FileSys for details.

filesysdf

Table containing group informations. See DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::FileSysDf for details.

procs

Table containing process information. See DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::Procs for details.

netint

Table containing network interface information. See DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::NetInterface for details.

METHODS

get_priority

Delivers the default priority for the tables for any operating system, which is 100.

BUGS & LIMITATIONS

No known bugs at this moment.

The implementation of Proc::ProcessTable is very limited for several platforms and should improved. Net::Interface lacks MSWin32 support and needs help porting from autoconf to hints framework.

AUTHOR

    Jens Rehsack                        Alexander Breibach
    CPAN ID: REHSACK
    rehsack@cpan.org                    alexander.breibach@googlemail.com
    http://www.rehsack.de/

COPYRIGHT

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.

SUPPORT

Free support can be requested via regular CPAN bug-tracking system. There is no guaranteed reaction time or solution time, but it's always tried to give accept or reject a reported ticket within a week. It depends on business load. That doesn't mean that ticket via rt aren't handles as soon as possible, that means that soon depends on how much I have to do.

Business and commercial support should be acquired from the authors via preferred freelancer agencies.