Tag Archives: monitoring

Filemonitor 2.4.0

FileMonitor monitors the activity of open and closed files/processes in ‘real time’ using lsof, returning them in a list.

Release Notes: The preferences window was improved, and some bugs with handling of preferences xml files were fixed. Recreating some of your existing configurations may be necessary.

Release Tags: Stable, Java, RMI, remote, lsof, Unix, mac, Windows

Tags: System Administration, Monitoring, Network, Internet

Licenses: GPLv3

Original news: http://freecode.com/projects/glsof-filemonitor

Endian Firewall 2.5.2

Endian Firewall is an all-in-on Linux security distribution that turns any system into a full-featured security appliance. It features a stateful packet inspection firewall, application-level proxies for various protocols (HTTP, POP3, SMTP), anti-virus support, virus and spam filtering for email traffic (POP and SMTP), content filtering of Web traffic, and a “hassle free” VPN system based on OpenVPN.

Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed. ClamAV was updated to the most recent version, ensuring that signature updates will continue to work. Anti-spyware lists are now being provided by PhishTank instead of Malware Domains. This has resulted in *more sites being recognized correctly, and also makes it possible to show an information page with a link to PhishTank’s description of the malicious Web site. Support for various hardware devices was added, including USB modems, network interface cards, and hard disk controllers.

Release Tags: Security Networking Firewalls Monitoring Operating Systems Linux Distributions

Tags: Security, Networking, Firewalls, Monitoring, Operating Systems, Linux Distributions

Licenses: GPL

Original news: http://freecode.com/projects/efw

check raid 0.54

check raid is a script that uses OEM tools to check the status of RAID arrays. It can be used standalone or with snmpd. It currently works with Adaptec (arcconf), 3ware (tw_cli), zfs (zpool), and md (mdadm).

Release Notes: As of 0.54 (svn revision 54) checkraid no longer prints the number of errors. Instead, the output is Nagios/Icinga-compatible (OK, WARNING, CRITICAL, UNKNOWN + exit code).

The regexes have been (hopefully) improved to cover more statuses and to distinguish between non-critital and critical states.

When in verbose mode, only relevant (regex matching) lines are shown.

All WARN, CRIT, and UNKNOWN matches are also logged to syslog.

There’s been a syntax change: the controller/cli is selected by ‘-c’, e.g.
checkraid -c adaptec.

Tags: Monitoring, System Administration, Utilities, Hardware

Licenses: LGPL

Original news: http://freecode.com/projects/check-raid