perfmon

Who killed my process? A tough question. It is very difficult to troubleshoot unexpected process terminations/exits. We don’t know what other process is causing my process to terminate. I am sure some of you have already faced this kind of problem. I came across a nice tool which can address this kind of situation. Windows […]

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I came across a article well explaining disk related performance counters in Windows Servers. This gives very good information about what each counter means and their values indicates. It is worth reading..so sharing it with my blog readers. http://blogs.technet.com/b/askcore/archive/2012/03/16/windows-performance-monitor-disk-counters-explained.aspx Don’t miss to read it. Happy learning..  

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Using Get-Counter cmdlet in PowerShell V2, you can get performance counter values. For instance, if you want the current free memory statistics, use this command. Get-Counter ‘MemoryAvailable MBytes’ If you want to query the counter continously, use below command. Get-Counter ‘MemoryAvailable MBytes’ -Continous -SampleInterval 5 Here sampleinterval means how frequently you want to query the performance […]

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Sometimes you might see error like below while starting “Counter logs” tasks from perfmon and additionally you will see Event ID 2003 with source “Sysmonlog” in Application Event viewer and Event ID 7024 with source “Service Control Manager” in System event viewer.   The test1 log or alert has not started. Refresh the log or […]

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