DBLog is a logging program for radio amateurs based on a relational database. It allows the user to log QSOs and export a range of them in ADIF format. It can read the radio frequency via CAT interface. It includes a CW Keyer based on cwdaemon. It works with fldigi for digi-modes, and can store QSL pictures with QSO data.
FreeBST ports monitoring is a simple solution for monitoring what has changed in installed ports on a given FreeBSD machine, i.e. what ports were upgraded, installed, or removed. No fancy dependencies: just plain Ruby and shell commands. Results in plain English text are emailed to a given address.
Nagios is a host, service, and network monitoring system that will watch your network and alert you to problems before your clients or end-users do. The system runs checks on hosts and services that you specify using plugins that return status information to Nagios. When problems are encountered, the system will send notifications to system administrators so that they can take action on the problem. The JumpBox for Nagios gives you a head start to using the system. It eliminates the complexity involved in getting the application installed, and allows you to focus on the configuration for your specific environment. Since Nagios is based on plugins, depending on what you want to do this will vary in complexity.
NewSyslog is an updated version of a package put together by Theodore Tso of MIT Project Athena (which is included in NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, etc.). It manages the rotation and archiving of log files (primarily those written to by syslogd). This version has a mix of features from all of the other versions, and it has been made more portable than any of the others with the help of GNU Autoconf.
Sniff formats hex packets from the tcpdump program and converts them to ASCII to make them easier to read and understand. Its features include colored console output, CSV file saving, and fully customizable output. The program directly accepts all tcpdump options, including parsing from packet files.