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Hello
Is there a way to find the memory usage of NT server in the local network or even better, to connect to the performance monitor?

Thank's arnon
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There's a perfmon module (which requires the win32api module...

Download http://www.generation.net/~cybersky/Perl/zip/iperfmon-1_01.zip and you should be all set (Ummm, if you don't administer your own perl copy, you might want to make sure that it's not already there....)
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The address is ok, but the file is not there.
I also searced on CPAN but didn't found it.
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Yup, new version.

http://www.generation.net/~cybersky/Perl/zip/iprocess-1_3.zip

It's also worth checking out

http://www.generation.net/~cybersky/Perl/perlmod.htm

but, for both of these, this is a slow server.
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