statsnet is a small set of scripts that will generate graphical statistics for a specific device. The statistics contain among other things, transmitted/received packets as well as bytes.
STOR2RRD creates historical utilization graphs of monitored storages. It retrieves performance data via the storage API.
StormSiren is a personal severe weather monitoring tool that communicates information from National Weather Service issued bulletins on potential and imminent hazardous weather. The program is designed to run via a scheduling program (such as cron or the windows task scheduler) and scan the NWS Interactive Weather Information Network for watches and warnings affecting user specified locations.
a POSIX-thread based scheduler, responsible for determining when services should be checked and when alerts should be transmitted. The scheduler should be highly scalable
SysCON is a utility to monitor your GNU/Linux server or workstation. It just requires a webserver and php for smallest usage, and some modules have more depends.
a tool to monitorise the state of one or more computers. It?s based on a daemon and a php script. The first has to be runned in all boxes you need to check, the second calls the daemon and prints the state into a nice web frontend
The idea of SysopView is to show information that is important to system administrators while being showed attractively for non-technical personel. Think of the computerscreens in movies with the difference that SysopView shows real information.
System Garden Habitat
System Garden Habitat is a performance monitor of applications and operating system with the ability to track availability and service level. It's design goals are to be of modest size, flexible and ubiquitous.
SysUsage is a system monitoring and alarm reporting tool. It can generate historical graph views of CPU, memory, IO, network and disk usage, and much more.
Tgauge is a tool for displaying lm_sensors readings. Instead of boring old numbers, tgauge uses graphical representations designed to look like the gauges on a car dashboard. Or anything else if you care to make a theme for it. tgauge stands for temperature gauge because I designed it mainly for monitoring my CPU temperature.
Ticket Applet is a GNOME 2 version of Ticket Applet, which monitors Kerberos tickets and permits the user to grab a new ticket on request.
a room temperature monitoring system. It is used in conjuction with a digital multimeter that is connected to a serial port
Trackfs is a small program that tracks file system changes made by another program (or group of programs). It is similar to "installwatch", but works quite differently.
a GTK program that displays the topography of the devices that are plugged into the USB bus on a Linux machine. It also displays information on each of the devices. This can be useful to determine if a device is working properly or not
Userexitd for TSM
Userexitd for TSM is a configurable handler for Tivoli Storage Manager events. It allows an administrator to filter events using regular expressions and run various actions for TSM events, such as sending mail and SNMP traps, writing messages into syslog, and running scripts and programs.
vded is a simple REST-type method for tracking deltas of ever-increasing values (although it handles resets, etc, pretty well). It is meant to accept submissions of values which increment, then determine the delta between that value and its predecessor, as well as figure the rate over time.
a program package for creating and running HMI (human machine interfaces) and SCADA or process visualization applications under LINUX. It enables you to control/operate a/many PLC machine(s) through a computer and a web browser
automatically switch active virtual consoles on your Linux system in a loop. This in affect acts as a virtual terminal surveillance monitor
Watchfile displays a list of files on the screen, and continually update their stats. The stats displayed can be configured on the command-line.
WindowMaker Acpi batteries: a WindowMaker dockable application that allows ACPI laptop users to graphically monitor their power sources status
handles dockapps (KDE has a dockbar extension, and gnome swallows). It monitors your hard-drives by sending visual stimuli to your cortex each time your /dev/hdx writes or reads anything
wmi8k monitors the CPU temperature and the fan speed of a Dell 8XXX Laptop.
WMint is a dockable interrupt monitor for x86 Linux boxes. It is designed for Window Maker's dock.
WMLongRun is a program to monitor for LongRun. It displays the current LongRun settings and status: the frequency, the LongRun flags (performance or economy), and the performance level (expressed as a percentile).
a little dockapp for windowMaker which monitors a mge UPS
WMNUT is a program to monitor multiple UPSs statistics through the NUT (Network UPS Tools) framework on Linux and other systems. It is a dockapp that is supported natively by X window managers such as Window Maker, AfterStep, BlackBox, FluxBox, and Enlightenment.
a dock app for WindowMaker that displays the statistics for your current SETI@home work unit
wmsetimon can monitor, start, and stop 1 to 9 local SETI@home processes.
wmsupermon is a universal monitoring dockapp. It can be used to monitor CPU usage, disk I/O, memory usage, swap, filesystems, space utilization, network traffic, wireless link quality, CPU frequency, CPU temperature, fan speed, voltages (without requiring lm_sensors), battery status (with actual, not "reported", discharge rate), traffic from your router, or anything else. It can open and maintain many dockapp windows with one dockapp process.
a monitoring program for motherboards which can monitor the CPU temperatures and the frequency of CPU cooling fans, etc
yaLCD is a simple LCDproc client. It displays some information (amaroK/XMMS song title, CPU, network, mem, sensors, weather, time, and more) on an LCD that is run by an LCDproc server.
Youbeda is an OpenVZ monitoring tool. It looks after a container's resource limits and takes action when the value of 'failcnt' increases: outputting notifications, sending them via email or Jabber, writing information into databases, or adjusting limits.