geo is a script that reads a file or input stream and looks for IP addresses in it. Then, it looks up the country that corresponds to the IP address and inserts the country name before the IP address. Optionally, it can suppress all output except for the IP address and/or country name.
Cerber Grid is a light-weight high performance Java grid system that combines simplicity and easy of use with a powerful and versatile architecture. It contains a Web interface that allows a user to submit and view jobs, view statistics on the controller and the nodes, and perform other administrative functions.
CB-MOC is used to monitor ChessBrain.net peer nodes. Short for "Chess Brain Peer Node Monitoring Operations Center," this program aims to offer full monitoring and statistics generation for each peer node that an operator runs. It offers tabular information and graphs to allow an operator to quickly assess the performance and status of each node.
XLassie is like XBiff but smarter. It can query POP and IMAP servers, as well as use a local mail spool. It counts your new messages and displays the number in a window. It is written in straight Xlib and uses less memory and CPU than plain xbiff, and much less than other fancy mailcheckers. It also has additional support for the KDE and WindowMaker applet protocols.
Interface Kit Daemon utilizes the libphidgets library released by www.Phidgets.com to gather data for monitoring software. It was initially used to interface with the Zabbix network monitoring suite. However, it can be interfaced with any monitoring solution that can read numerical data from standard text files created with the daemon with sensor states.
Yet Another Integrity Validator is a Tripwire replacement for those who look for a quick and dirty solution. It monitors the integrity of files and produces reports in several ways. It can be run from cron, can produce RSS files, and can be accessed using 3rd party XML- aware programs.