Chapter 14: Monitoring System Performance

In this chapter, you will learn to:

  • Add Performance Counters
    • Load a Performance Counter
    • Save Performance Counter Settings
    • Restore Performance Counter Settings
  • Manage Performance Logs and Alerts
    • Create a Performance Log
    • Start Collecting Data
    • Stop Collecting Data
    • Query a Collection
    • Update a Collection
    • Delete a Collection
  • Create New Performance Logs from Existing Logs
  • Remove Performance Counters
  • Convert Event Trace Logs

No matter what you do with your system, at some point you’ll want to know how it’s performing. Performance data generally takes two forms. The static variety acts as a long-term record of the performance of your system as a whole. You can use it to track the performance of your ...

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