A utility to automate the installation, maintenance, and debugging of Asterisk/DAHDI, while integrating additional patches to provide the richest telephony experience. Useful for: Automating installation and maintenance of Asterisk, Asterisk Test Suite, Asterisk Test Framework, DAHDI Linux, DAHDI Tools, and related resources; validating Asterisk configuration; finding common syntax errors in dialplan code; finding missing audio files referenced by the Playback, BackGround, and Read applications; suggesting optimizations that can be made to dialplan code to make it more readable and efficient; generating Asterisk user documentation; debugging Asterisk configuration; generating core dumps, automating PhreakNet boilerplate dialplan installation.
Primarily supported on Debian-based Linux systems. Support has also been added for FreeBSD. Pull requests to add support for other Linux distros or BSD are welcome.
psql and shell scripts for maintaining a Matrix Synapse chat server. Currently looking for maintainers.
This is a set of scripts supplementing the btrfs filesystem and aims to automate a few maintenance tasks. This means the scrub, balance, trim or defragmentation.
Each of the tasks can be turned on/off and configured independently. The default config values were selected to fit the default installation profile with btrfs on the root filesystem.
Overall tuning of the default values should give a good balance between effects of the tasks and low impact of other work on the system. If this does not fit your needs, please adjust the settings.
It's in the AUR, too.