upnp2mrtg is a simple add-on for the MRTG (Multi Router Traffic Grapher). It can be used to monitor incoming and outgoing bytes of the external interface of the FritzBox DSL router. upnp2mrtg is a command line tool to gather statistics from an upnp enabled FritzBox DSL router. It is a lightweight shell-script for use with MRTG, so no underlying external software (with the exception of netcat) or libraries are required. Using bash-networking instead of netcat is also supported.
Moab Grid Suite is a professional grid workload management solution that integrates scheduling, management, monitoring, and reporting of workloads across independent clusters. Moab makes moving to a grid easy by adding grid-optimized job submission and management in a matter of minutes. Moab optimizes data staging and seamlessly integrates with existing security mechanisms or with grid security tool kits such as Globus. It gives sites extensive control over ownership-based access, priority, and service levels. It provides fine-tuned control over the workload and resources to make the grid usable.
OpenMONI is a semi-transparent on-desktop system monitor for OpenBSD. It does not require anything additional on a standard OpenBSD installation (any port or package). It is fully scriptable, and has a simple, easy-to-understand Lisp-like scripting language (OML). You can fully control OpenMONI's behaviour and style from OML. OpenMONI comes with a pack of OML scripts ready to use.
Sysload is a system for collecting machine loads across a large compute cluster or department. It handles machines going up and down, accumulates data over time, and can be setup to save data to a database for keeping track of overall CPU utilization on a cluster. It works independently of queueing systems, etc.
The DAP daemon runs entirely as a non-privileged user and sends regular updates of the server status to a specified set of peers in a cluster. You can specify any number of information elements, such as uptime, networkdevice counters (packet/octet), logged in users (via utmp), load averages, and memory/swap usage.