Predator-OS has Monitoring Tools, Resources, CPU, Memory, Network, Hardware




The OS that naturally preys on others

Monitoring-Mode

Predator-OS has a monitoring mode to performs distributed, real-time, performance, health monitoring of systems and applications. It collects real-time metrics, such as CPU usage, disk activity, bandwidth usage, website visits, etc., and then displays them in live, easy-to-interpret charts. Also, it has a nice console graphical tool for :

system-monitor, process-viewer, process-manager
RAM
CPU
Disk
Network IO
Mysql
Temperature etc.

Total and Per Core CPU usage, interrupts softirqs, and frequency.
Total Memory, RAM, Swap and Kernel usage.
Disk I/O (per disk: bandwidth, operations, backlog, utilization, etc).
Monitors Network interfaces including: bandwidth, packets, errors, drops, etc).
Monitors Netfilter / iptables Linux firewall connections, events, errors, etc.
Processes (running, blocked, forks, active, etc).
System Applications with the process tree (CPU, memory, swap, disk reads/writes, threads, etc).
Apache and Nginx Status monitoring with mod_status.
MySQL database monitoring: queries, updates, locks, issues, threads, etc.
Postfix email server message queue.
Squid proxy server bandwidth and requests monitoring.
Hardware sensors (temperature, voltage, fans, power, humidity, etc).
SNMP devices.
Monitor Trackers
Web server scanner performing tests against web servers
proprietary software for scanning network vulnerability
utility for analyzing network protocols and packets.
web scanner for detecting outdated server software, dangerous files, cookies, and performing both generic and server type specific checks.
cross-platform framework for analyzing networks and security leaks. It is an industry standard for performing continuous tests to check thread safety, detect memory leaks, and binary reproducibility.
Using Alerting tools
Scanning / Pentesting
Monitoring / Logging
visual performance monitoring tool
Uptime
Load average
Processes
Process ID / PID
Process tree
Process user
Process state
Process time
Process niceness and priority
Memory usage - VIRT/RES/SHR/MEM
VIRT/VSZ - Virtual Image
RES/RSS - Resident size
SHR - Shared Mem size
MEM% - Memory usage
Processes
Processor
Motherboard
Memory
System
Graphic card
Performance
hardware health monitoring driver
heck the health status of their hardware
monitor the hardware infrastructure