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The STAT_SERVER_0 structure contains statistical information about the server.

typedef struct _STAT_SERVER_0 {

     DWORD          sts0_start;

     DWORD          sts0_fopens;

     DWORD          sts0_devopens;

     DWORD          sts0_jobsqueued;

     DWORD          sts0_sopens;

     DWORD          sts0_stimedout;

     DWORD          sts0_serrorout;

     DWORD          sts0_pwerrors;

     DWORD          sts0_permerrors;

     DWORD          sts0_syserrors;

     DWORD          sts0_bytessent_low;

     DWORD          sts0_bytessent_high;

     DWORD          sts0_bytesrcvd_low;

     DWORD          sts0_bytesrcvd_high;

     DWORD          sts0_avresponse;

     DWORD          sts0_reqbufneed;

     DWORD          sts0_bigbufneed;

} STAT_SERVER_0, *PSTAT_SERVER_0, *LPSTAT_SERVER_0;

 

Members

sts0_start
Specifies the time statistics collection started. This element also indicates when the statistics were last cleared. The value is stored as the number of seconds elapsed since 00:00:00, January 1, 1970. To calculate the length of time that statistics have been collected, subtract this value from the present time.
sts0_fopens
Specifies the number of times a file is opened on a server. This includes the number of times named pipes are opened.
sts0_devopens
Specifies the number of times a server device is opened.
sts0_jobsqueued
Specifies the number of server print jobs spooled.
sts0_sopens
Specifies the number of times the server session started.
sts0_stimeout
Specifies the number of times the server session automatically disconnected.
sts0_serrorout
Specifies the number of times the server sessions failed with an error.
sts0_pwerrors
Specifies the number of server password violations.
sts0_permerrors
Specifies the number of server access permission errors.
sts0_syserrors
Specifies the number of server system errors.
sts0_bytessent_low
Specifies the number of server bytes sent to the network (low DWORD).
sts0_bytessent_high
Specifies the number of server bytes sent to the network (high DWORD).
sts0_bytesrcvd_low
Specifies the number of server bytes received from the network (low DWORD).
sts0_bytesrcvd_high
Specifies the number of server bytes received from the network (high DWORD).
sts0_avresponse
Specifies the average server response time (in milliseconds).
sts0_regbufneed
Specifies the number of times the server required a request buffer but failed to allocate one. This value indicates that the server parameters may need adjustment.
sts0_bigbuffneed
Specifies the number of times the server required a big buffer but failed to allocate one. This value indicates that the server parameters may need adjustment.

See Also

NetStatisticsGet2


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