As you might have noticed we quite like munin. We use it quite a bit to monitor how our servers and services are doing. One of the things we like about munin is obviously that the plugins can be written in python (and perl, bash and ruby).
On a few recent servers we started playing with IPMI to sensor the temperature, watts, fan's rpms etc. So we went out looking for a munin plugin for that. We found Peter Palfrader's ruby plugins. There was one small glitch though, we came across a simple bug : the "ipmitool -I open sensor" can be real long to execute on certain machines, so configuring the plugin was a bit painful and running it too. Changing the ruby code was a bit tricky since we don't really know ruby... so we did a quick rewrite of the plugin in python... with a few optimizations.
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- munin_zope_plugins http://www.logilab.org/project/munin_zope_plugins Set of Munin Plugins for Zope