Show XML Quick Stats Information
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This action shows the system's quick statistics information in XML form.


URL: /stats/quickstatsxml


Example URL: http://host:port/stats/quickstatsxml?nodealias=SERVERNAME


Parameters: nodealias - name of the remote computer whose stats to view


Result:


<Statistics>

<qs>

<computername>test03</computername>

<fullcomputername>test03</fullcomputername>

<computerdomain/>

<operatingsystem>

Windows(R) Server 2008 R2 Enterprise (full installation), 64-bit

</operatingsystem>

<computerdescription>This is my windows 2008 R2 Machine</computerdescription>

<operatingsystemversion>6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601</operatingsystemversion>

<operatingsystemtype>x64-based PC</operatingsystemtype>

<checkfdpro>1</checkfdpro>

<fdproversion>3.13.2746.0</fdproversion>

<version>5.0.10-rc</version>

<gitdescribe>5.0.10-rc-0-g825e6d2</gitdescribe>

<qssall>133</qssall>

<qssallrun>57</qssallrun>

<qssallstop>76</qssallstop>

<qssfd>2</qssfd>

<qssfdrun>2</qssfdrun>

<qssfdstop>0</qssfdstop>

<processes>70</processes>

<fusionhome>C:\Program Files (x86)\FireDaemon Fusion</fusionhome>

<prohome>

C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\FireDaemon-OEM-x64-13.3

</prohome>

<usessres>1</usessres>

<physmemtotal>3220758528</physmemtotal>

<physmemfree>548839424</physmemfree>

<virtmemtotal>2147352576</virtmemtotal>

<virtmemfree>2059251712</virtmemfree>

<pagefiletotal>6439636992</pagefiletotal>

<pagefilefree>3675160576</pagefilefree>

<sessions>

<session>

<domain/>

<id>0</id>

<name/>

<state>

The WinStation is active but the client is disconnected.

</state>

<user/>

</session>

<session>

<domain>TEST03</domain>

<id>2</id>

<name>RDP-Tcp#0</name>

<state>A user is logged on to the WinStation.</state>

<user>Administrator</user>

</session>

<session>

<domain/>

<id>3</id>

<name>Console</name>

<state>The WinStation is connected to the client.</state>

<user/>

</session>

<session>

<domain/>

<id>65536</id>

<name>RDP-Tcp</name>

<state>

The WinStation is listening for a connection. A listener session waits for requests for new client connections. No user is logged on a listener session. A listener session cannot be reset, shadowed, or changed to a regular client session.

</state>

<user/>

</session>

</sessions>

<disks>

<disk>

<free>15.00</free>

<name>C:\</name>

<size>59.00</size>

<sysname>NTFS</sysname>

</disk>

</disks>

<processors>1</processors>

<cores>3</cores>

<cpus>

<cpu>

<cpuid>Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5</cpuid>

<cpuname>Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5520 @ 2.27GHz</cpuname>

<cpurate>2261</cpurate>

<cpuvendor>GenuineIntel</cpuvendor>

</cpu>

</cpus>

<net>

<adapter>

<descr>vmxnet3 Ethernet Adapter</descr>

<dns>10.0.1.1</dns>

<gateway>10.0.1.1</gateway>

<ip>10.0.1.102|255.255.255.0</ip>

<macaddr>00-00-0C-29-B8-2F-1C</macaddr>

<name>{6FB6A143-B550-4204-A1AB-82EF6553767E}</name>

</adapter>

</net>

</qs>

</Statistics>