NT equivalent of vmstat?

Is there any utility on NT that gives nice simple totals of user and kernel cpu time in the same way as vmstat does on unix?  I know about pstat, but I don't want to have to keep adding the number up!
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mikecrCommented:
This is normally done by using Performance Monitor found under Administrator Tools. You can set it to a graph or report style.

Mike
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tonimargiottaAuthor Commented:
performance monitor tool only gives %cpu utilisation, not cpu busy stats, as far as I can work out.  Is this true?
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dtavassoliCommented:
The NET DOS commands show some stuff (NET STATISTICS ...), give it a try, but they're not that good...

D
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frankaCommented:
There are several Tools in the resource kit:

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PMon.exe
is a command-line tool that monitors process resource usage, tracking CPU and memory usage.
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perfmtr.exe

The Performance Meter displays text-based information on the performance of a computer running Windows NT.

Type a command (without pressing ENTER) for any of the following:

c      CPU usage
f      file cache usage
h      header
i      I/O usage
p      POOL usage
r      Cache Manager reads and writes
s      server statistics
v      virtual memory usage
x      x86 VDM (Virtual DOS Machine) usage

3      Type q to quit.
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Pviewer.exe
Process Viewer is a Windows-based tool that displays information about a running process and allows you to stop (kill) processes.

works also remotely!!!
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Qslice.exe
Quick Slice shows the percentage of total CPU usage for each process in the system. This tool is similar to PSTAT.EXE, but it presents the information in a graphical format.

The resource kit is full of those tools:

eg a fraction:
CLEARMEM.EXE
CPUSTRES.EXE
DATALOG.EXE
DRIVERS.EXE
EMPTY.EXE
EXCTRLST.EXE
FASTIMER.DLL
HEAPMON.EXE
LEAKYAPP.EXE
MEASTOOL.TXT
MONITOR.EXE
NTIMER.EXE
PERFMTR.EXE
PFMON.EXE
PROFILE.EXE
PSAPI.DLL
PVIEW.EXE
PVIEWER.EXE
SETEDIT.EXE
TLIST.EXE
TOP.EXE
VADUMP.EXE
WPERF.EXE

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If you won´t find what you´re looking for try www.sysinternals.com. They have many additional tools for NT.
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frankaCommented:
There are several Tools in the resource kit:

----
PMon.exe
is a command-line tool that monitors process resource usage, tracking CPU and memory usage.
----
perfmtr.exe

The Performance Meter displays text-based information on the performance of a computer running Windows NT.

Type a command (without pressing ENTER) for any of the following:

c      CPU usage
f      file cache usage
h      header
i      I/O usage
p      POOL usage
r      Cache Manager reads and writes
s      server statistics
v      virtual memory usage
x      x86 VDM (Virtual DOS Machine) usage

3      Type q to quit.
-----
Pviewer.exe
Process Viewer is a Windows-based tool that displays information about a running process and allows you to stop (kill) processes.

works also remotely!!!
------
Qslice.exe
Quick Slice shows the percentage of total CPU usage for each process in the system. This tool is similar to PSTAT.EXE, but it presents the information in a graphical format.

The resource kit is full of those tools:

eg a fraction:
CLEARMEM.EXE
CPUSTRES.EXE
DATALOG.EXE
DRIVERS.EXE
EMPTY.EXE
EXCTRLST.EXE
FASTIMER.DLL
HEAPMON.EXE
LEAKYAPP.EXE
MEASTOOL.TXT
MONITOR.EXE
NTIMER.EXE
PERFMTR.EXE
PFMON.EXE
PROFILE.EXE
PSAPI.DLL
PVIEW.EXE
PVIEWER.EXE
SETEDIT.EXE
TLIST.EXE
TOP.EXE
VADUMP.EXE
WPERF.EXE

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If you won´t find what you´re looking for try www.sysinternals.com. They have many additional tools for NT.
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tonimargiottaAuthor Commented:
Points award is for the sysinternals site.  Not quite what I was looking for but one of the utilities is better than the NT resource kit stuff for my purposes.
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