The SQLServer:Deprecated Features object in SQL Server provides a counter (Usage) to monitor the features designated as deprecated. In each case the counter provides a usage count that lists the number of times the deprecated feature was encountered since SQL Server last started. This is a very costly object because it generates a lot of [...]
Running Performance Sentry Portal in Windows 2008×32 and x64 platforms and Windows7 Situation: When installing the Performance Sentry Portal application, the current installation scripting language does not have the capabilities to make modifications to the initial Windows 2008 and Windows 7 server configuration roles, changes to the Internet Information Service (IIS) configuration and to the [...]
Performance Sentry provides full support for VMWare objects and counters. For a full documentation of what objects and counters are available, you can simply point your browser to our website Download Area and navigate to Product Documentation and download “Objects and Counters collected by Performance Sentry VM”. Before doing this, users need to update the [...]
Performance Sentry VM runs as a service in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2. It can run in a VM guest, or a machine external to the ESX host.
This discussion of Cycle End processing also considers the following subtopics: Processing multiple files Using ftp Summarization utility Historical files Using Windows Script Host (WSH) scripts At the end of each collection cycle, the Collection service closes the current collection file to make it available for processing. The end of a cycle normally is used [...]
This procedure is for diagnosing data collection problems where the Counter values you need are not available in the NTSMF data collection file and not visible in System Monitor either. If you are still not able to collect the missing Objects and Counters after you have followed all the steps in this procedure, please contact Customer [...]
Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is a relatively new feature of both Intel and AMD hardware that is supported beginning with Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 and Windows XP Service Pack 2. DEP is a set of related hardware and software features designed to make it more difficult for malicious programs to execute sensitive code [...]
NTSMF version 2.4.6 and higher utilizes a facility that allows you to specifically exclude Performance Library DLLs that cause collection problems. Instructions to exclude specific Performance Library (Perflib) DLLs are contained in an optional configuration file named DmPerfss.cfg that is stored in the NTSMF root directory. The format of theDmPerfss.cfg file, which use a simple XML [...]
The Performance Sentry collection service gathers performance Objects and Counters from the Windows Server operating system and writes them to the NTSMF collection file. Using Performance Sentry, you can collect any of the performance Objects that are available on your machine, including performance statistics on resource usage, networking, and application performance. In addition, Performance Sentry [...]
The minimum collection interval for Performance Sentry and NTSMF is 1 second. However, in most cases collecting at a 1 second interval may not be practical. For customers who do require less than 60 second sample intervals we recommend that they pare their data collection sets down to the absolute minimum number of counters for collection. [...]
- How does the Performance Sentry collection service work?
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- “Have you ever wondered how to determine the logical disk size looking at Performance Monitor performance metrics?”
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- What is Performance Sentry and how does it relate to NTSMF?