This is preview part 2 for addons/netdata.sh that I am working on for Centmin Mod 123.09beta01+ and higher versions. Part 1 is outlined here. The Centmin Mod addons/netdata.sh is work in progress and undergoing private testing only right now to allow 64bit CentOS users to install a full system monitoring application called Netdata. Centmin Mod addons/netdata.sh will Netdata installed off main hostname and accessed by /netdata_RANDOMSUFFIX where RANDOMSUFFIX is random generated digits unique to each install Netdata will be password protected via auto configured nginx proxy upstream to Netdata backend which is running off TCP port 19999 and binded to 127.0.0.1 Auto detect if system Linux Kernel supports KSM - memory dedupe and enable it if supported If Linux KSM - memory dedupe isn't supported, auto optimise Netdata history length based on detected memory available. Low memory systems will have a longer than default update interval and shorter global history length set to reduce memory usage requirements. Auto enables and configures additional monitoring plugins for Nginx, MariaDB MySQL, postfix, PHP-FPM, redis and sensors Health Monitoring - work in progress Below are preview screenshots of addons/netdata.sh on local virtualbox based CentOS 7.3 64bit Centmin Mod 123.09beta01 install.