• Subject: Re: How many objects in a system?
  • From: "Leif Svalgaard" <leif@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 17:27:01 -0600

From: Bernd Schäfers <bschaefers@gmx.net>

Thanks Al and Sean,
I thought about submitting a DSPOBJD, but was hoping that there might be
something like an internal object counter. This is a monster system...,

===> there are such counters, but the problem is what you call "an object".
Are members of a file objects? From the system's point of view they most
certainly are. From most user's perspective they are not. Is a save file
an object? well, it is really several internal objects, and so on.
How about spool files? How should they be counted? The system
uses many (unnamed) internal objects. How about them?

I know of no way to get the information I think you want quickly.

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