The CODE:NEO Application Server is a Web server extension that bridges the gap between web interfaces and compiled code. It allows the user to build "Joints" with .CnBin extensions, which can be called through the Web server and operate at ultra-fast speeds. CODE:NEO also comes with two API libraries (CnUtil and CnServer) that provide many convenient rapid development tools.
httplog is a replacement for Apache's 'rotatelogs' and Andrew Ford's 'chronolog'. It allows you to specify a logfile using strftime paramaters in the filename to act as a template. This means that the logs in your logfiles will also be sorted according to the filename. For example, if you specify a logfile of /var/log/http%Y%m%d.log, a new log file would be generated each day, with content for only that one day. It also supports compression of logfiles using gzip, and many other useful functions.
Sawmill is a log analysis tool which can be used to analyze Web site traffic, proxy usage, ftp usage, and much more. Major features include a persistent database for long-term tracking of statistics, hierarchical data mining features, and many security features appropriate for use in a multi-user environment.
Eddie's Extensions are TCL scripts for an eggdrop bot to add extra features, including a magic 8-ball, polls, random numbers, whacks, calculator, locking channels, insult generator, and various quirky features. It also has the option to let your eggdrop limit the channel on which it's staying, which will enhance the protection of the channel.
Sentinel System Monitor is a plugin-based, extendable remote system monitoring utility that focuses on central management and flexibility while still being fully-featured. Stubs are used to allow remote monitoring of machines using probes. Monitoring can support multiple architectures because the monitoring probes are filed by a library process that hands out probes based on OS/arch/hostname. Execution of blocks can be triggered by either test failure or success. It uses XML for configuration and OO Perl for most programming. Support for remote command execution via plugins allows reaction blocks to be created that can try and repair possible problems immediately, or just notify an administrator that there is a problem.
GWCC allows users to execute network utilities (ping, nslookup, traceroute), workstation commands (netstat, df, lpr), and do cool things like process grep from a single tabbed window. Command flags are highly configurable, results windows are savable and printable, and there is a System Stats tab showing you process info, current users, Apache server status, Samba status, and more.