Is there another way (API) to manage my large amount of servers on Kernelcare?
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  1. Pieter
  2. 16.10.2019
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Currently the CLN control panel for Kernelcare is almost unusable when you try to manage hundreds servers.

- You can not sort according to Kernel version
- You can not hide up-to-date hosts and only show outdated/unsupported ones
- The front-end only shows 20 servers at a time/ per page
- The front-end allows duplicate host-names to be registered. Which means that when daily test/staging servers being rebuild and re-deployed, they are being registered and added multiple times in the cln control panel.

Is there another way to manage my servers other than the control panel?
Do you have an API we can use to manage my server fleet in-stead?
These front-end limitations are literary the only reason we have not migrated the rest of our 3500 servers over Kernelcare...
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  1. 16.10.2019 08:10:51
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Joined: 20.05.2019
Hello Pieter! Thank you for reaching out! To help you with this question we need a little bit more information, please create a ticket here and technical experts will help you asap.
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