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An easy way to get process memory usage information, using native Windows shell command (I think this works only on XP or higher).

Module data

This is for the own PandoraAgent process. Replace with your desired process. Just executing tasklist show a full list of process running. This makes use of grep and gawk tools provided by Pandora FMS Windows agent.

module_begin 
module_name PandoraAgent_Mem 
module_type generic_data 
module_exec tasklist | grep PandoraAgent | gawk "{ print $4 }" | tr -d "," 
module_end

In Windows 2008, we need a slight modification:

module_begin 
module_name PandoraAgent_Mem 
module_type generic_data 
module_exec tasklist | grep PandoraAgent | gawk "{ print $5 }" | tr -d "," 
module_end
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