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pgBadger is a PostgreSQL log analyzer build for speed with fully detailed
reports from your PostgreSQL log file. It's a single and small Perl script that
aims to replace and outperform the old php script pgFouine.

By the way, we would like to thank Guillaume Smet for all the work he has done
on this really nice tool. We've been using it a long time, it was a really
great tool!

pgBadger is written in pure Perl language. It uses a javascript library to draw
graphs so that you don't need additional Perl modules or any other package to
install. Furthermore, this library gives us more features such as zooming.

pgBadger is able to autodetect your log file format (syslog, stderr or csvlog).
It is designed to parse huge log files as well as gzip compressed file.

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Webservers and tools around it

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Kolab is a secure, scalable and reliable groupware server. It is formed by
a number of well-known and proven components and adds intelligent interaction
between them.

The sub projects in this project provide the Kolab Groupware Server packages.

see [1] for more info about Kolab on openSUSE and [2] for information about the OBS repositories as well as packaging and development.

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[1] https://en.opensuse.org/Kolab
[2] https://en.opensuse.org/User:Aeneas_jaissle/SDB:Kolab_3/Development

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Additional packages required by or supplementing Kolab 3.x

This project provides packages that are needed for the Kolab Groupware Server.
The packages in this project are continuously build and changed, so the repository is bit unstable at times.

Containing Kolab Unstable packages, that are intended for openSUSE:Factory inclusion.

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postfix, exim and the rest that drives email on the net.

This packages allows you to use sqlite2 with python.
sqlite2 is a simple database engine.

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System an network monitoring software.

Check_mk adopts a new a approach for collecting data
from operating systems and network components. It
obsoletes NRPE, check_by_ssh, NSClient and
check_snmp. It has many benefits, the most important
of which are:

* Significant reduction of CPU usage on the Nagios
* host.
* Automatic inventory of items to be checked on
* hosts.

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check_postgres.pl is a Perl script that runs many different tests against one
or more Postgres databases. It uses the psql program to gather the information,
and outputs the results in one of three formats: Nagios, MRTG, or simple.

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Icinga is a program that will monitor hosts and services on your
network. It has the ability to email or page you when a problem arises
and when a problem is resolved. Icinga is written in C and is
designed to run under Linux (and some other *NIX variants) as a
background process, intermittently running checks on various services
that you specify.

The actual service checks are performed by separate "plugin" programs
which return the status of the checks to Icinga. The plugins are
available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/icingaplug

This package provide core programs for icinga. The web interface,
documentation, and development files are built as separate packages

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Icinga Web is highly dynamic and laid out as a dashboard with tabs which allow
the user to flip between different views that they need at any one time. These
can be customized to suit the users' day-to-day needs as all displays are
persistent and remain when the user returns. With an AJAX search tool, filter
capabilities, and compound commands, the differences to the classic Nagios
interface are plenty.

Mailgraph is a very simple mail statistics RRDtool frontend for Postfix
that produces daily, weekly, monthly and yearly graphs of received/sent
and bounced/rejected mail (SMTP traffic).

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Live DVD containing the latest openSUSE with Monitoring packages

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The actual service checks on current monitoring solutions like Icinga, Nagios or Shinken (just to name a few) are performed by separate "plugin" programs which return the status of the checks to the running daemon.

This package contains some plugins.

This plugin checks the hardware health and various interface metrics of
network components like switches and routers.

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Naemon is an application, system and network monitoring application.
It can escalate problems by email, pager or any other medium. It is
also useful for incident or SLA reporting. It is originally a fork
of Nagios, but with extended functionality, stability and performance.

It is written in C and is designed as a background process,
intermittently running checks on various services that you specify.

The actual service checks are performed by separate "plugin" programs
which return the status of the checks to Naemon. The plugins are
compatible with Nagios, and can be found in the monitoring-plugins package.

Naemon ships the Thruk gui with extended reporting and dashboard features.

# disable binary striping
##%global __os_install_post %{nil}

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Nagios is a program that will monitor hosts and services on your
network. It has the ability to email or page you when a problem arises
and when a problem is resolved. Nagios is written in C and is designed
to run under Linux (and some other *NIX variants) as a background
process, intermittently running checks on various services that you
specify.

The actual service checks are performed by separate "plugin" programs
which return the status of the checks to Nagios. The plugins are
available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/nagiosplug

This package provides core programs for Nagios. The web interface,
documentation, and development files are built as separate packages

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This package contains a complete image pack and stylesheets for Nagios.
Icons are from the Nuvola KDE theme (http://www.icon-king.com/).

The DHTML Tree Menu source script is not bundle in this package, you will
need to go and download it from their web site and install it separately.

This package contains a simple script with configures Nagios to use
a theme below /usr/share/nagios.

The "NETWAYS Nagios Grapher" is a Graphing system which uses templates
to assign services to various data sources (RRDs). Thus it is possible
to create a quantity of graphs using only a small configuration,
keeping it easy to manage. These templates are automatically applied to
incoming data, thus creating a new service in Nagios will automatically
create the graph once valid data is seen for that service. Corrolations
between different graphs is also possible.

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NagTrap is a webinterface written in PHP for Nagios. You can manage and
administrate recipient snmptraps from SNMPTT. NagTrap can easy in Icinga /
Nagios integrate and automatically adapts to the Icinga- / Nagios-Design.
NagTrap picks the snmptraps from the database of SNMPTT.

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NagVis can be used to visualize Nagios Data, e.g. to display IT
processes like a mail system or a network infrastructure.

Key features are:
* Display of single Hosts and Services
* Visualize a complete Host- oder Servicegroup with one icon
* Display the state of a Host dependent on the state of
its services (“recognize services”)
* Display only the real problems (“only_hard_states”)
* Define Sub-Map icons wich represent a complete NagVis
Map of Hosts/Services/Groups in one icon (drill down)
* Visualization/Documentation of complete IT Processes
and Infrastructures using self drawn graphics

The Net::SNMP module abstracts the intricate details of the Simple
Network Management Protocol by providing a high level programming
interface to the protocol. Each Net::SNMP object provides a one-to-one
mapping between a Perl object and a remote SNMP agent or manager. Once an
object is created, it can be used to perform the basic protocol exchange
actions defined by SNMP.

Authors:
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David M. Town

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