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Thread: web based network management

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    Default web based network management

    am working on a project web based network management where i have to collect the information of clients such as its cpu utilization ,ram utilization, heap memory, threshold level from one common server .
    my code gives me information only about sever nt of the clients what should i do to get the required information

    plzzz kindly help me as soon as possible


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    Default Re: web based network management

    I'm not sure how you can implement it with your code, but to get that sort of information, you should use the Runtime class (Runtime (Java Platform SE 6)). If you are doing it over the network, you might find yourself running into permission problems, depending on how your program is set up.

    Apparently the Manager Package (http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs...e-summary.html) can get you a lot of information too, so you can search around in there for useful methods.
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