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Hi! First post - go easy! :)

I'm using the Scriptomatic tool that SvenP created based on the Microsoft tool and I'm just a bit unsure about how to use the output as I wish.

Func _getMemory()

    $logSection = "Memory"
    $wbemFlagReturnImmediately = 0x10
    $wbemFlagForwardOnly = 0x20
    $colItems = ""
    $strComputer = "localhost"

    $Output = ""
    $Output = $Output & "Computer: " & $strComputer & @CRLF
    $Output = $Output & "==========================================" & @CRLF
    $objWMIService = ObjGet("winmgmts:\\" & $strComputer & "\ROOT\CIMV2")
    $colItems = $objWMIService.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROM Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfOS_Memory", "WQL", _
            $wbemFlagReturnImmediately + $wbemFlagForwardOnly)

    If IsObj($colItems) Then
        For $objItem In $colItems
            $Output = $Output & "AvailableBytes: " & $objItem.AvailableBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "AvailableKBytes: " & $objItem.AvailableKBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "AvailableMBytes: " & $objItem.AvailableMBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "CacheBytes: " & $objItem.CacheBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "CacheBytesPeak: " & $objItem.CacheBytesPeak & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "CacheFaultsPersec: " & $objItem.CacheFaultsPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Caption: " & $objItem.Caption & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "CommitLimit: " & $objItem.CommitLimit & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "CommittedBytes: " & $objItem.CommittedBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "DemandZeroFaultsPersec: " & $objItem.DemandZeroFaultsPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Description: " & $objItem.Description & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "FreeAndZeroPageListBytes: " & $objItem.FreeAndZeroPageListBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "FreeSystemPageTableEntries: " & $objItem.FreeSystemPageTableEntries & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Frequency_Object: " & $objItem.Frequency_Object & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Frequency_PerfTime: " & $objItem.Frequency_PerfTime & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Frequency_Sys100NS: " & $objItem.Frequency_Sys100NS & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "LongTermAverageStandbyCacheLifetimes: " & $objItem.LongTermAverageStandbyCacheLifetimes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "ModifiedPageListBytes: " & $objItem.ModifiedPageListBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Name: " & $objItem.Name & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PageFaultsPersec: " & $objItem.PageFaultsPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PageReadsPersec: " & $objItem.PageReadsPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PagesInputPersec: " & $objItem.PagesInputPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PagesOutputPersec: " & $objItem.PagesOutputPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PagesPersec: " & $objItem.PagesPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PageWritesPersec: " & $objItem.PageWritesPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PercentCommittedBytesInUse: " & $objItem.PercentCommittedBytesInUse & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PoolNonpagedAllocs: " & $objItem.PoolNonpagedAllocs & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PoolNonpagedBytes: " & $objItem.PoolNonpagedBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PoolPagedAllocs: " & $objItem.PoolPagedAllocs & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PoolPagedBytes: " & $objItem.PoolPagedBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "PoolPagedResidentBytes: " & $objItem.PoolPagedResidentBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "StandbyCacheCoreBytes: " & $objItem.StandbyCacheCoreBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "StandbyCacheNormalPriorityBytes: " & $objItem.StandbyCacheNormalPriorityBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "StandbyCacheReserveBytes: " & $objItem.StandbyCacheReserveBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "SystemCacheResidentBytes: " & $objItem.SystemCacheResidentBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "SystemCodeResidentBytes: " & $objItem.SystemCodeResidentBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "SystemCodeTotalBytes: " & $objItem.SystemCodeTotalBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "SystemDriverResidentBytes: " & $objItem.SystemDriverResidentBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "SystemDriverTotalBytes: " & $objItem.SystemDriverTotalBytes & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Timestamp_Object: " & $objItem.Timestamp_Object & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Timestamp_PerfTime: " & $objItem.Timestamp_PerfTime & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "Timestamp_Sys100NS: " & $objItem.Timestamp_Sys100NS & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "TransitionFaultsPersec: " & $objItem.TransitionFaultsPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "TransitionPagesRePurposedPersec: " & $objItem.TransitionPagesRePurposedPersec & @CRLF
            $Output = $Output & "WriteCopiesPersec: " & $objItem.WriteCopiesPersec & @CRLF
            ;if Msgbox(1,"WMI Output",$Output) = 2 then ExitLoop
        Next
        _Log($Output)
        ;_writeCSV($Output)
        $Output = ""
    Else
        MsgBox(0, "WMI Output", "No WMI Objects Found for class: " & "Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfOS_Memory")
    EndIf

I'm querying WMI for some performance data and as you can see I can write this info to a log file just fine as a string, but ideally I'd like to be able to see this info in an array.  If $colItems is the array how can I see this, I've tried using _ArrayDisplay but no luck.  I think I'm missing something or not quite understanding too well.

Thanks!

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water

$Output isn't an array, it's a string. You would need to create the array yourself. StringSplit would be my candidate.
 


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1 minute ago, water said:

$Output isn't an array, it's a string. You would need to create the array yourself. StringSplit would be my candidate.
 

Thanks, so you'd get it into a string then from there into an array?  I did try initially to get each of the lines into an array but it wasn't particularly dynamic and meant a lot of editing.

Ideally I'd like to find out how to query the object like with a count of the items in that object or something but I can't find any way of querying it.

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IIRC

$colItems.Count

returns the number of items in the collection.

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4 minutes ago, water said:

IIRC

$colItems.Count

returns the number of items in the collection.

OK thanks, I'll give it a go - i've read that I can't use 

$wbemFlagForwardOnly

if I want to do anything with the object like count.

 

THanks for your help!

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