script to run daily to monitor servers' statuses


  1.    11 Jun 2008 #1
    Rich Guest

    script to run daily to monitor servers' statuses


    Hi scripting geniuses. I'm looking for a script that i could just
    double-click that would save me a TON of time every day. I have a list of
    servers that i need the following info for for each drive letter on each
    server: free disk space, % free disk space (free disk space/total disk
    space). I also have a flaky Microsoft Server 2003 cluster which i would LOVE
    if the script could also tell me which cluster resource groups are on which
    node. This would tell me if something went bump in the night and i need to
    look into it. any and all help is appreciated, maybe i could even start
    leaving work on time if this script saves me time, haha.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    11 Jun 2008 #2
    Al Dunbar Guest

    Re: script to run daily to monitor servers' statuses



    "Rich" <Rich@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:5E3C7455-86B3-4EB2-9985-7974BF88F71D@xxxxxx

    > Hi scripting geniuses. I'm looking for a script that i could just
    > double-click that would save me a TON of time every day. I have a list of
    > servers that i need the following info for for each drive letter on each
    > server: free disk space, % free disk space (free disk space/total disk
    > space). I also have a flaky Microsoft Server 2003 cluster which i would
    > LOVE
    > if the script could also tell me which cluster resource groups are on
    > which
    > node. This would tell me if something went bump in the night and i need
    > to
    > look into it. any and all help is appreciated, maybe i could even start
    > leaving work on time if this script saves me time, haha.
    What have you got so far?

    /Al


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  3.    13 Jun 2008 #3
    Rich Guest

    Re: script to run daily to monitor servers' statuses


    Nothing. I'm lucky i can double-click a script. i have no clue how to write
    one.

    "Al Dunbar" wrote:

    >
    > "Rich" <Rich@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:5E3C7455-86B3-4EB2-9985-7974BF88F71D@xxxxxx

    > > Hi scripting geniuses. I'm looking for a script that i could just
    > > double-click that would save me a TON of time every day. I have a list of
    > > servers that i need the following info for for each drive letter on each
    > > server: free disk space, % free disk space (free disk space/total disk
    > > space). I also have a flaky Microsoft Server 2003 cluster which i would
    > > LOVE
    > > if the script could also tell me which cluster resource groups are on
    > > which
    > > node. This would tell me if something went bump in the night and i need
    > > to
    > > look into it. any and all help is appreciated, maybe i could even start
    > > leaving work on time if this script saves me time, haha.
    >
    > What have you got so far?
    >
    > /Al
    >
    >
    >
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  4.    13 Jun 2008 #4
    Tom Lavedas Guest

    Re: script to run daily to monitor servers' statuses


    On Jun 13, 8:28 am, Rich <R...@xxxxxx> wrote:

    > Nothing. I'm lucky i can double-click a script. i have no clue how to write
    > one.
    >
    > "Al Dunbar" wrote:
    >

    > > "Rich" <R...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > >news:5E3C7455-86B3-4EB2-9985-7974BF88F71D@xxxxxx

    > > > Hi scripting geniuses. I'm looking for a script that i could just
    > > > double-click that would save me a TON of time every day. I have a list of
    > > > servers that i need the following info for for each drive letter on each
    > > > server: free disk space, % free disk space (free disk space/total disk
    > > > space). I also have a flaky Microsoft Server 2003 cluster which i would
    > > > LOVE
    > > > if the script could also tell me which cluster resource groups are on
    > > > which
    > > > node. This would tell me if something went bump in the night and i need
    > > > to
    > > > look into it. any and all help is appreciated, maybe i could even start
    > > > leaving work on time if this script saves me time, haha.
    >

    > > What have you got so far?
    >

    > > /Al
    This is a multi-post. Please CROSS-post (to a few select groups)
    instead.

    I answered with script examples in .wsh yesterday. See:

    http://groups.google.com/group/micro...85ec168f08092d

    Was there a problem with that?

    Tom Lavedas
    ===========
    http://members.cox.net/tglbatch/wsh/
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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