Chapter 10. Performance Monitoring and Tuning

Tuning performance, memory usage, and data throughput

Tracking a system’s general health

Tracking events and troubleshooting by using Event Viewer

PERFORMANCE monitoring and tuning is the process of tracking system performance to establish baselines and to identify and resolve problems. When you install a server, you should create a performance baseline to see how the server is performing given its current resources and typical usage. If a server isn’t performing as expected, is unresponsive, or is generating errors, you’ll want to try to investigate. Many tools are designed to help you monitor server performance and troubleshoot performance issues. This chapter discusses the key tools for fine-tuning ...

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