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finding the number of process running ,cpu usage and memory usage

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hi,
         i am creating an application which is used to monitor the all the PC in a LAN . its a application running on the server,it will monitor the ideal time, cpu usage,memory usage, ports ect.

but i am having some trouble here i want to know the number of process running ,process name, process ID . but i dont know where to find it and send it to the server from the client.
these application is running under win98 ,2000,XP
so i need how java can be used in finding the process running on the client ,memory usage and cpu usage.
plz send me the details of finding it
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mmuruganandam earned 200 total points
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Java can't help you in this case.

You have use a native call to get those information.
There is no API support for reading processes, cpu in Java.


Regards,
Muruga
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by:deeppra
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ok fine,
        there is an exe or com file in the c:\windows\system32 called tasklist in the winXP
fine u run the file using the dos promt we can get the list of process at that instance, so i can run this using exec method in java runtime lib and direct the output to a file and send the details to the server.
This will work fine in the Win XP but i dont know how to find the process in Win 98.
so tell me any common idea which will work both in Xp and 98.
if u know how to find out using C then  u give me the code and help me.

i also want a program that will take the printscreen and save it in a file when i execute the program.

thanks
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