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Please write the languages/platforms supported if the site doesn't allow every kind of scripts. Why you use it? Why is it a good source? Talk about the major weakness of the site.


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I'm not sure that this is what you're looking for, but the closest thing I can think of would be Monitoring Exchange, which keeps scripts that enable admins to enhance their remote monitoring.

There's also a thread on HP's forums devoted to sysadmin scripts, but it's pretty old.

If you want tips on writing good scripts, my fellow blogger Bob Plankers wrote a column with great tips here.

Exactly. Monitoring Exchange seems very good. Thanks. – bigown Dec 13 '09 at 1:07

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