[Orca-users] The SE Toolkit

Ziegenhorn, Eric eric.ziegenhorn at ngc.com
Thu Feb 5 15:13:21 PST 2004

I would be interested in seeing the SE Toolkit on Linux x86.  The advantages
of having the same tool working on all of our servers regardless of platform
would be many.  Such uniformity would allow quick and easy comparisons
between servers.  The SE Toolkit, along with Orca, have in the last few
weeks showed two large memory leaks on two different servers, alerting me to
the problems before they became disasters.  Linux x86 in particular is
making its way into more and more organizations and porting SE Toolkit to it
would be great!


-----Original Message-----
From: Rich Pettit [mailto:rich.pettit at quest.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 10:34 AM
To: orca-users at orcaware.com; orca-dev at orcaware.com
Subject: [Orca-users] The SE Toolkit

I'm currently discussing the resurrection of the SE Toolkit with Quest,
my full-time employer.  They would like to acquire SE so that I can
continue the multi-platform development that I've been working on.
Before doing so, they would like to talk to end users who can provide
first hand experience on what value they got from the software. To that
end, I'm looking for folks who would be good representatives of SE.

If anyone would like to send me an email discussing the specific
value that SE brings to you, it would go a long way towards my goal
of not just keeping SE alive, but bringing SE 5 to the world on
Solaris SPARC and x86 and Linux x86. I've also got versions working
on Darwin (Mac), and FreeBSD x86. HP-UX 11 and AIX 4.3-5.2 will also
be supported.

Any input you can provide would be of great help.


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