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Which control should I use for displaying server status

Hi,

For a server with GUI, I am using a listview to display an online server
status like this:

Client IP Request # Status
1.1.1.1 1 success
2.2.2.2 2 failed

Since the number of request can be huge (half a million), I am wondering
if this display will cause performance degration overtime. Besides, I
have a TextBox as well to display exceptions and other additional
messages. I already saw the performance went down over time. I really
like to have something similiar to a DOS console that will not degrade
overtime but still display the lastest messages. I had a log file to log
all the messages so I don't need the GUI to save any thing. Any ideas?
Thanks.
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Nov 16 '05 #1
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I would be inclined to use a list box, but as I add an entry to the end of
the list, I would delete the first entry, keeping say 2000 of them.

All the Best
Julian N.

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Hi,

For a server with GUI, I am using a listview to display an online server
status like this:

Client IP Request # Status
1.1.1.1 1 success
2.2.2.2 2 failed

Since the number of request can be huge (half a million), I am wondering
if this display will cause performance degration overtime. Besides, I
have a TextBox as well to display exceptions and other additional
messages. I already saw the performance went down over time. I really
like to have something similiar to a DOS console that will not degrade
overtime but still display the lastest messages. I had a log file to log
all the messages so I don't need the GUI to save any thing. Any ideas?
Thanks.
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