One of the interesting things about remstats (I think), is the remote servers. To install them, you'll need to do a few things on each host which will run the servers:
This one is a bit different to install. I've only done it under the
ActiveState Perl under
Windows NT 4.0. Installing the ActiveState Perl is straightforward; if you got here,
you'll have no trouble with that. Installing it as a service is not as simple as I
intended. You'll have to get the SRVANY and INSTSRV programs from the NT Resource Kit,
and follow their instructions. The program that SRVANY will be running is, of course,
c:\wherever\you\put\nt-status-server -s -t 10.111.12.13
Or you can run it not as a service like:
c:\wherever\you\put\nt-status-server -s -t 10.111.12.13 -s -T
but you'll have to start and stop it by hand at the console.
It also needs the
c:\> ppm ppm> set repository roth http://www.roth.net/perl/packages/ ppm> install Win32::Daemon ppm> exit
Currently, the code needs this module, even if it's invoked with the
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