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Posted on 2010-09-06
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Hi there,

I have this script that outputs to a file (Thanks Psy053).

I need it to output on screen so I can use the datas in a batch file.

@ECHO OFF
FOR /F "tokens=1-10 delims=," %%A IN ('cscript GetVolumeInfos.vbs') DO ECHO %%A,%%B,%%C,%%D,%%E,%%F,%%G,%%H,%%I,%%J
PAUSE

I know this batch file is kind of useless, but it's just to test the VBScript.

REF: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_26454651.html

Thanks for yur help,
Rene


strComputer = "."

strFileName = "DiskSpace.log"

Const Gig = 1073741824



Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile(strFileName,8,True)



Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" & "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")

Set colOS = objWMIService.ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_OperatingSystem")

Set colDisks = objWMIService.ExecQuery ("Select * from Win32_LogicalDisk")



For each objOS in colOS

	strMajorVersion = Left(objOS.Version,3)

Next



For Each objDisk in colDisks



	If Not IsNull(objDisk.Size / Gig) Then retUFSize = FormatNumber(objDisk.Size / Gig,2)

	If Not IsNull(objDisk.FreeSpace / Gig) Then retUFFree = FormatNumber(objDisk.FreeSpace / Gig,2)



	retDT = DriveType(objDisk.DriveType)



	If strMajorVersion < 5.2 Then

		retFrag = "N/A, N/A"

	Else

		retFrag = Fragmentation(objDisk.DeviceID, objDisk.DriveType)

	End If



	objFile.WriteLine "" & _

		objDisk.DeviceID & ", " & _

		objDisk.DriveType & ", " & _

		retDT & ", " & _

		objDisk.FileSystem & ", " & _

		objDisk.Size & ", " & _

		retUFSize & ", " & _

		objDisk.FreeSpace & ", " & _

		retUFFree & ", " & _

		retFrag



Next

objFile.Close





Function Fragmentation(strDID, strDT)

If strDT = 3 Then

	Set colVolumes = objWMIService.ExecQuery ("Select * from Win32_Volume Where (DriveLetter='" & strDID & "')")

	For Each objVolume in colVolumes

		ret = objVolume.DefragAnalysis(boolDefrag, objReport)

		If ret = 0 Then

			Fragmentation = objReport.TotalPercentFragmentation & "%, " & objReport.FilePercentFragmentation & "%"

		Else

			Fragmentation = "Error, Error"

		End If

	Next

Else

	Fragmentation = "N/A, N/A"

End If



End Function







Function DriveType(strDT)



Select Case strDT

Case "0"

	DriveType = "Unknown"

Case "1"

	DriveType = "No_Root_Directory"

Case "2"

	DriveType = "Removable_Disk"

Case "3"

	DriveType = "Local_Disk"

Case "4"

	DriveType = "Network_Drive"

Case "5"

	DriveType = "Compact_Disk"

Case "6"

	DriveType = "RAM_Disk"

End Select 



End Function

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Question by:ReneGe
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Bill Prew earned 450 total points
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Try this please.

~bp
strComputer = "."
strFileName = "DiskSpace.log"
Const Gig = 1073741824
 
Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
 
Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" & "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
Set colOS = objWMIService.ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_OperatingSystem")
Set colDisks = objWMIService.ExecQuery ("Select * from Win32_LogicalDisk")
 
For each objOS in colOS
        strMajorVersion = Left(objOS.Version,3)
Next
 
For Each objDisk in colDisks
 
        If Not IsNull(objDisk.Size / Gig) Then retUFSize = FormatNumber(objDisk.Size / Gig,2)
        If Not IsNull(objDisk.FreeSpace / Gig) Then retUFFree = FormatNumber(objDisk.FreeSpace / Gig,2)
 
        retDT = DriveType(objDisk.DriveType)
 
        If strMajorVersion < 5.2 Then
                retFrag = "N/A, N/A"
        Else
                retFrag = Fragmentation(objDisk.DeviceID, objDisk.DriveType)
        End If
 
        Wscript.Echo "" & _
                objDisk.DeviceID & ", " & _
                objDisk.DriveType & ", " & _
                retDT & ", " & _
                objDisk.FileSystem & ", " & _
                objDisk.Size & ", " & _
                retUFSize & ", " & _
                objDisk.FreeSpace & ", " & _
                retUFFree & ", " & _
                retFrag
 
Next
 
 
Function Fragmentation(strDID, strDT)
If strDT = 3 Then
        Set colVolumes = objWMIService.ExecQuery ("Select * from Win32_Volume Where (DriveLetter='" & strDID & "')")
        For Each objVolume in colVolumes
                ret = objVolume.DefragAnalysis(boolDefrag, objReport)
                If ret = 0 Then
                        Fragmentation = objReport.TotalPercentFragmentation & "%, " & objReport.FilePercentFragmentation & "%"
                Else
                        Fragmentation = "Error, Error"
                End If
        Next
Else
        Fragmentation = "N/A, N/A"
End If
 
End Function
 
 
 
Function DriveType(strDT)
 
Select Case strDT
Case "0"
        DriveType = "Unknown"
Case "1"
        DriveType = "No_Root_Directory"
Case "2"
        DriveType = "Removable_Disk"
Case "3"
        DriveType = "Local_Disk"
Case "4"
        DriveType = "Network_Drive"
Case "5"
        DriveType = "Compact_Disk"
Case "6"
        DriveType = "RAM_Disk"
End Select 
 
End Function

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Psy053 earned 50 total points
ID: 33614740
Why do you need to use the data in a batch file? I might be able to wrap it all up in a VBScript.
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by:ReneGe
ID: 33614848
==>Psy053
Thanks for asking. My batch file is quite large and I would not feel comfortable to ask for this in a single thread.

However, I will soon start to learn VBScript and will convert this batch file (and more) to VBScript. I will then post multiple threads in this regards.

==>bp
Thanks for helping. It worked without a sweat.


Thanks to you both and lots of cheers...,
Rene

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