DBA Tips Archive for Oracle
Uptime for Windows - (2003, 2000, XP and NT)
by Jeff Hunter, Sr. Database Administrator
The UNIX operating systems comes with many powerful utilities; one of which is uptime. The uptime command is used to determine how long the server has been up and running. The output is usually similar to the following:
The powerful uptime command, unfortunately, does not come with Windows. We do, however, have a reliable method for determining the date when the server was last started using the net statistics server command:$ uptime 9:26AM up 82 days, 10:28, 1 user, load averages: 0.04, 0.07, 0.08
C:\> net statistics server Server Statistics for \\MELODY Statistics since 5/14/2006 11:15 AM Sessions accepted 1 Sessions timed-out 0 Sessions errored-out 0 Kilobytes sent 13 Kilobytes received 16 Mean response time (msec) 0 System errors 0 Permission violations 0 Password violations 0 Files accessed 8 Communication devices accessed 0 Print jobs spooled 0 Times buffers exhausted Big buffers 0 Request buffers 0 The command completed successfully.
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