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  1. Hi. The final question first: Is there a reason, that Autoit doesn't clean up RAM usage as a standard feature? This posting by @guinness was pointing me to the solution for solving my problem: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/131315-accumulating-memory-usage/?do=findComment&comment=914208 DllCall("psapi.dll", "int", "EmptyWorkingSet", "long", -1) this simple, single line called on a regular basis stopped the script consuming more and more RAM. CU, Rudi.
  2. Hi guys, It's been a while since I wrote my last message here and a while since I used AutoIt. I'm currently sort of desperate and I'm trying to find some help in regards of getting the network usage per process! I'm not interested in the total network usage of the NIC, but only on a specific PID's network utilization. They idea is to collect the amount of traffic uploaded and downloaded by a list of specific processes. So far Process Hacker and Process Explorer are capable of getting what I need, but I need to use these numbers in another script so they're sort of useless to me. I c
  3. Network Interface Info, Statistics, and Traffic (incl. IP, TCP, UDP and ICMP) This is an example of getting and displaying Network Interface Information, Statistics and Traffic. Previously this was just a means to getting Network statistics (specifically IP, TCP, UDP, and ICMP), but now it includes Internet Interface information, as well as Interface-specific statistics. Since this UDF can be used in different ways, let me cover Statistics first: Network Statistics Information Stats example output To retrieve Statistics information, you can call one of the four _Network_xxxxStati
  4. hello autoit developers community i have some question , i hope to find the answers of it : - in large project or even in small ones how to make my compiled script use less memory ? - how to test my script and be sure that there is no memory leak , or whatsoever reduce my script performance ? - where can i find anything talks about autoit script architecture to avoid bad script design ? last thing i find these script can anyone describe how these scripts work and is these script actually work fine thanks Func _ReduceMemory() Local $ai_GetCurrentProcessId = DllCall('kernel32.dll',
  5. I took a script written by Beege, optimized the code, and removed the global variables. Its one function, reliable, and very easy to use or modify to your needs. I decided to post it because I found it very hard to find a reliable way to get the cpu percentage of a given process. I know that there are a few different methods but I deem WMI unreliable and everything I tried before optimizing this function was to slow i.e. freezing when other CPU intensive processes were active. When monitoring a potentially CPU intensive process, I found it necessary to increase the script's priority otherwis
  6. Disk and Device Read/Write (I/O) Statistics This is an example of getting and displaying Read/Write Activity for all Disks and Device I/O. The actual UDF function _NTQuerySysPerfInfo() returns a whole lot more Performance Information for the computer; however, we are focused on I/O activitiy here. This was written as a faster alternative to WMI, as well as an alternative to >Performance Counters (see my >Physical Disk Read/Write activity example). Update 2013-07-06: Changed: Renamed module Changed: _AddCommas now uses a nicer PCRE Fixed - Copy and paste errors Added - Comma se
  7. The underscore, is it only for comment? MsgBox(0 _;flag , 'title' _;title , 'text' _;text ) MsgBox(0, 'title', 'text') Thanks
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