memory usage

Posted on 1998-12-06
Last Modified: 2010-03-05
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

Question by:arnonayal
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b2pi earned 200 total points
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There's a perfmon module (which requires the win32api module...

Download 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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ID: 1206770
The address is ok, but the file is not there.
I also searced on CPAN but didn't found it.

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ID: 1206771
Yup, new version.

It's also worth checking out

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

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