script for CPU usage,Memory usage and Free disk sapce

Hi,
     I am trying to send some information to management. Can you help in getting information for CPU usage, Memory used and free disk space and number of user logged in. Powershell script will be ideal. We have win2k, win2k3 servers in our domain and need this info for all 4K servers in 2 domains.


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 Ajay
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SubsunConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Replace the report file name with "C:\report$(Get-Date -F dd_MM_yyy_hhmm).csv"
Export-Csv "C:\report$(Get-Date -F dd_MM_yyy_hhmm).csv" -nti 

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aspathakAuthor Commented:
The combined script is not working. need script which can export the data to csv or xls.

Thanks
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xeroxzeroxCommented:
Echo "Free HDD Space"
fsutil volume diskfree C:\ > c:\status.xls
systeminfo |find "Available Physical Memory" >> c:\status.xls
systeminfo |find "Virtual Memory: In Use:" >> c:\status.xls
typeperf "\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time" -sc 1 >> c:\status.xls

make a file extension in .bat.If the output is ok for you then we need to some modification in it.
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aspathakAuthor Commented:
Total # of free bytes        : 709492736
Total # of bytes             : 42949668864
Total # of avail free bytes  : 709492736
Available Physical Memory: 1,908 MB

I am getting this output. Need to have CPU usage and the total memory with other drive ( Free space and total disk space)info..

Thanks a lot for giving some idea.
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SubsunCommented:
Try this code… You can input the server in a text file (C:\Server.txt), if the CPU, Memory & Total Free space shown empty then it means the server is not reachable..

GC C:\Server.txt | % {
$Comp = $_
If (Test-Connection $Comp -Quiet){
$Mem = GWMI -Class win32_operatingsystem -computername $COMP
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
	Server = $Comp
	"CPU usage" = "$((GWMI -ComputerName $COMP win32_processor | Measure-Object -property LoadPercentage -Average).Average) %"
	"Memory usage" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((($Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize - $Mem.FreePhysicalMemory)*100)/ $Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize)) %"
	"Total FreeSpace" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((Get-WmiObject -Class win32_Volume -ComputerName $COMP -Filter "DriveType = '3'" | Measure-Object -property FreeSpace -Sum).Sum /1GB)) GB"
	}
 }
 Else{
 "" | Select @{N="Server";E={$Comp}},"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace"
 }
}| Select Server,"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace" |
Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti

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aspathakAuthor Commented:
Hi Subsun,
                Thanks for this. Can we incorportae logged in users in this script.
                This will give me the full solution.
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SubsunCommented:
Here is the updated code.. let me know if you have any questions..
GC C:\Server.txt | % {
$Comp = $_
If (Test-Connection $Comp -Quiet){
$Luser = (Get-WmiObject -class win32_process -Filter "Name='Explorer.exe'" -ComputerName $Comp | % {$_.GetOwner().User} | Sort-Object -Unique) -join ","
$Mem = GWMI -Class win32_operatingsystem -computername $COMP
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
	Server = $Comp
	"CPU usage" = "$((GWMI -ComputerName $COMP win32_processor | Measure-Object -property LoadPercentage -Average).Average) %"
	"Memory usage" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((($Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize - $Mem.FreePhysicalMemory)*100)/ $Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize)) %"
	"Total FreeSpace" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((Get-WmiObject -Class win32_Volume -ComputerName $COMP -Filter "DriveType = '3'" | Measure-Object -property FreeSpace -Sum).Sum /1GB)) GB"
	"logged Users" = $Luser
	}
 }
 Else{
 "" | Select @{N="Server";E={$Comp}},"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace","logged Users"
 }
}| Select Server,"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace","logged Users" |
Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti

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aspathakAuthor Commented:
Hi Subsun,
                Thanks. My requirement is to have to have the last logged in user with time stamp so that we can get idea about the server usage.
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SubsunCommented:
It's a rather complex task to get last logged in user.. However you can try with the
Get-LastLogon function from the Microsoft Script Center...

You can copy the functin from following link
http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Get-LastLogon-Determining-283f98ae

Here is the updated code with Get-LastLogon function..
GC C:\Server.txt | % {
$Comp = $_
If (Test-Connection $Comp -Quiet){
$Luser = Get-LastLogon $Comp
$Mem = GWMI -Class win32_operatingsystem -computername $COMP
	New-Object PSObject -Property @{
	Server = $Comp
	"CPU usage" = "$((GWMI -ComputerName $COMP win32_processor | Measure-Object -property LoadPercentage -Average).Average) %"
	"Memory usage" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((($Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize - $Mem.FreePhysicalMemory)*100)/ $Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize)) %"
	"Total FreeSpace" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((Get-WmiObject -Class win32_Volume -ComputerName $COMP -Filter "DriveType = '3'" | Measure-Object -property FreeSpace -Sum).Sum /1GB)) GB"
	"logged Users" = $Luser.User
	Time = $Luser.Time
	}
 }
 Else{
 "" | Select @{N="Server";E={$Comp}},"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace","logged Users",Time
 }
}| Select Server,"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace","logged Users",Time |
Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti

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let me know if you have any questions..
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aspathakAuthor Commented:
Hi Subsun,
               Greats Thaks, But this script is giving total free space on the server. I need free space info. for only C Drive.

Also the script is stopping if the server is in hung state but is pinging.

I am using this script.

GC C:\Server.txt | % {
$Comp = $_
If (Test-Connection $Comp -Quiet){
$Luser = (Get-WmiObject -class win32_process -Filter "Name='Explorer.exe'" -ComputerName $Comp | % {$_.GetOwner().User} | Sort-Object -Unique) -join ","
$Mem = GWMI -Class win32_operatingsystem -computername $COMP
      New-Object PSObject -Property @{
      Server = $Comp
      "CPU usage" = "$((GWMI -ComputerName $COMP win32_processor | Measure-Object -property LoadPercentage -Average).Average) %"
      "Memory usage" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((($Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize - $Mem.FreePhysicalMemory)*100)/ $Mem.TotalVisibleMemorySize)) %"
      "Total FreeSpace" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((Get-WmiObject -Class win32_Volume -ComputerName $COMP -Filter "DriveType = '3'" | Measure-Object -property FreeSpace -Sum).Sum /1GB)) GB"
      "logged Users" = $Luser
      }
 }
 Else{
 "" | Select @{N="Server";E={$Comp}},"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace","logged Users"
 }
}| Select Server,"CPU usage","Memory usage","Total FreeSpace","logged Users" |
Export-Csv C:\report.csv -nti
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SubsunCommented:
Change line 10 to following to get the C Drive free space..
"Total FreeSpace" = "$("{0:N2}" -f ((Get-WmiObject -Class win32_Volume -ComputerName $COMP -Filter "DriveLetter='C:'").FreeSpace /1GB)) GB"

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Also the script is stopping if the server is in hung state but is pinging.
Is it giving error? or the script itself is not responding?

If it gives error and stop for a server, then try by adding following error action preference as a first line of your code and see if it helps..

$ErrorActionPreference = "SilentlyContinue"
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aspathakAuthor Commented:
Is it giving error? or the script itself is not responding?


the script itself is not responding . Iam checking for C drive free space now..
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aspathakAuthor Commented:
Hi Subsun,
                 Script is giving the required information.  Can we get the time and date for the script in the same sheet means when this script was run..

Thanks
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Skipper_128Commented:
Hello,

How Come I tried your code and it's not giving me a result?
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Skipper_128Commented:
Hello Subsun,

I've tried your script above, and it does not show me any result.
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