TimberyardTimberyard is (going to be) a multisource log processing and reporting system. Think Nagios, MRTG, Splunk, Analog, etc rolled into one. I'm trying to modularise it as much as possible, and introduce some compatability layers to allow (eg) migration from nagios to Timberyard slowly, using an existing Nagios install as a Timberyard data-source until it's contents are migrated.
It'll be based around dbus to allow decoupling and easy extension (Want a plugin? Do it yourself in any language you like!)
Current StatusJust getting going here. The first part of the work will be in getting some tools to use - the biggest of which being a workable dbus binding. There seems to have been several attempts to get one working for various projects. Any generic C++ ones seem dead, and although there are some recommended ones (eg Wengophone's), actually getting hold of them, let alone any docs was somewhat more difficult than it should have been.
There's a libdbus-cpp sub-module been created. That'll hopefully grow into a fully object-oriented dbus binding that's as transparent as I can make it.
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