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Cacti - Generates graph from RRD files

Cacti is a web based front end tool to generate graphs for RRD files. Cacti allows a user to poll services at predetermined intervals and graph the resulting data. It is generally used to graph time-series data of metrics such as CPU load and network bandwidth utilization. It has built-in SNMP support to receive management data from various devices.

Octopussy - Perl/XML Logs Analyzer, Alerter & Reporter

Octopussy is a Log analyzer tool. It analyzes the log, generates reports and alerts the admin. It has LDAP support to maintain users list. It exports report by Email, FTP & SCP. Scheduled reports could be generated. RRD tool to generate graphs.

metriks - [UNMAINTAINED] A lightweight server graphing framework

I might revisit this hobby project in the future, but I currently do not have time to maintain this. metriks.io is a time-series graphing tool that runs on servers. if you can output a number, metriks will create a beautiful graph for you. it builds on top of 'ancient' rrdtool which has proven to work well in production. metriks tries to limit infrastructural dependencies and features in order to provide a robust and pleasant experience for simple graphing needs.

node_rrd - A node.js native binding for RRDtool (node rrd)

node_rrd is a node.js (http://nodejs.org) native binding for RRDtool (http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/). Let's create an RRD to store the system load average over 1 minute for the last hour.

hoard - node.js lib for storing time series data on disk, similar to RRD.

Hoard is a library for storing time series data data on disk in an efficient way. The format lends itself very for collecting and recording data over time, for example temperatures, CPU utilization, bandwidth consumption, requests per second and other metrics. It is very similar to RRD, but comes with a few improvements. Hoard is based on an existing file format called Whisper. It was designed by Chris Davis for the Graphite project and features improvements over the RRD file format. Whisper is implemented in Python and Hoard is merely a straight-forward port of that implementation over to node.js.