Comment is a command line directory context note taker. Notes are stored in both the local directory and each users home. It was developed as a low impact tool for retaining flyaway information that is often needed at a later date. The dual storage system provides convenient access to prior notes, and all notes are stored in plain-text format.
pf2x is a PHP script that will take the output of your pflog and convert it into various different output formats. These output formats include plain text, XML, HTML, PDF, and MySQL INSERT statements for import into a MySQL database. This was developed and tested on OpenBSD 3.3 but should work for any system that uses PF.
FSHeal aims to be a general filesystem tool that can scan and report vital "defective" information about the filesystem like broken symlinks, forgotten backup files, and left-over object files, but also source files, documentation files, user documents, and so on. It will scan the filesystem without modifying anything and reporting all the data to a logfile specified by the user which can then be reviewed and actions taken accordingly.
Unix Mobile Agents is a generic, flexible, easy to use mobile agent architecture implemented in a set of bash scripts. This design is made to be trivial to deploy and setup. Agents can be configured to traverse the network in sorted order, in user defined order, or as a random walk. They can also run in a repeated loop, or in a single pass through the network. Connections are made via public-key SSH authentication, and the screen utility is used to allow agents to run without requiring terminals.
RRDutil is a a tool to collect statistics (typically every 5 minutes) from multiple servers, store the values in RRD databases (using RRDtool), and plot out pretty graphs to a Web server on demand. The graph types shown include CPU, memory, disk (space and I/O), Apache, MySQL queries and query types, email, Web hits, and more.
Helpcore is an enterprise grade help and servicedesk application. It acts as a central information hub for everybody that is involved in the help and service desk process. Managers can see overview and decision making information, system administrators can see the status of their network and software, and users can see the current status of their problems.