Server "health" displayed on console after boot
Fairly simple bash script that I've developed on and off over the last year. Mostly suited to small/medium sized networks that use a single Ubuntu server to do multiple tasks, although the principle could be applicable in almost any situation. Most of my clients don't have their own in-house IT staff, so this was primarily developed to give the clients a simple on-screen display after boot, as well as to alert me to any obvious problems on their servers. Also handles switching of redundant links on routing boxes and quite a bit more.
This has been an entirely private project up to now, so there are likely to be many bugs if its applied to a scenario that I haven't considered (and I'm already aware of several bugs that I need to work on). Hoping for lots of feedback though, and all suggestions/criticisms welcome.
This obviously only applies to Ubuntu Server and is NOT designed to be run on systems with a GUI (yet). The script can be found here for anyone interested:
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