[mrtg] Re: Win 2003 Web Edition monitoring

Takumi Yamane yamtak at b-session.com
Thu May 13 19:49:01 MEST 2004

On Thu, 13 May 2004 12:40:29 -0500, "Jason Kuhlman" wrote 
in <c80bue$a8i$1 at sea.gmane.org>:
> I can run the perl d:\mrtg\bin\getlog.pl D:\perflogs\server.csv
> "\\DEVELOPMENT\Memory\Available MBytes" from the command line and the
> numbers come back OK. 
> Target[development]: `perl d:\mrtg\bin\getlog.pl D:\perflogs\server.
> csv "\\DEVELOPMENT\Memory\Available MBytes"`

Commonly used computer languages are treat backslash(\) as an escaping
character. In easy words, it eats a character follows it.

Of course you know such things,
Takumi Yamane <yamtak at b-session.com>

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