Msysklogd is a small and simple syslog and kernel log daemon. It does not need any configuration file and does not write any files. It simply writes all messages to standard out (descriptor 1). It should be used with a powerful logging service such as multilog from daemontools. The idea and some code is from Olaf Dreesen's od_syslog. Even if it is possible to link msysklogd against glibc, using dietlibc is strongly recommended.
my-swatch pretends to be an implementation of msyslog and swatch together. What it pretends to accomplish is put all together, to log events to a remote database (like msyslog), and to awake triggers (like swatch). When a certain condition occurs you can be notified by email and awake certain events, like play a sound. You can also log the event to a remote database and use a Web browser to surf through the logs.
mysqlRadiusd is a RADIUS daemon based on the 1.6.6 Cistron distribution and the mySQL patches that has been modified for use with the mysqlISP GPL ISP management software system. It is very stable and can handle large ISPs easily while pumping mass accounting records into mysqlRadacct subsystem at a tremendous rate from even multi-server clusters.
mysql_auth is a basic authenticator for Squid Proxy. You can configure all MySQL variables for your existing user/password database (dbhost, dbadmin, dbpasswd, dbname, tablename, columns name), or create a new database. It includes a utility called mypasswd that updates your database. Another form of mypasswd, called mypasswd.cgi, is also available.
mysqmail-postfix-logger is a (very small) daemon that logs all SMTP traffic to an SQL database. It splits the information by domain and user for the From and To fields, making it very easy to count all the SMTP traffic for a given domain name. DTC (Domain Technologie Control) uses it for logging the SMTP traffic.
mysqmail-qmail-logger is a very small daemon that logs SMTP traffic such as successful delivery and relaying to an SQL database. It splits the information by domain and by users in both the to and from fields, which makes it very easy to count all the SMTP traffic for a given domain name.
mysqmail-qmail-pop3d is a replacement for the qmail standard checkpasswd that does authentication via a MySQL table. When done, it sets up two more environment variables, MYSQMAIL_USERNAME and MYSQMAIL_DOMAINNAME. The mysqmail qmail-pop3d replacement will use these variables to do the traffic accounting in the MySQL table for the account.