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#41 Christopher (Drashna)

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Posted 11 December 2016 - 10:13 PM

  1. Well, that's easy, as the DPCMD utility is already doing that. 
    As for historical data.... the DPCMD utility is pulling this from the driver, which pulls it from the system.  So the information is dynamic, and changes. And no, we don't keep a record. 
  2. yeah, that info can be pulled to, and the DPCMD utlity is doing so (but I believe it's a simple matter of being 'recursive', and enumerating everything. 
  3. That depends on what you mean.  However, if you mean during access, then yeah, that could be handled.  Otherwise, again, no historical data. 
  4. See above? :)

I'll bug alex about this. And likely? He'll post code samples, I think.  So it should be fairly simple, relatively speaking. 

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#42 Spider99


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Posted 12 December 2016 - 03:40 AM



will be interesting to see what he posts


 its only at the moment giving live info for all - more interesting is the history for all


error is that pesky sys vol info folder!!!!! which also happens to be where most of the "other" data lives for me anyway 



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