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I'm trying to analyse the load on my server down to the file level, so I can move the most active files to their own disk spindles.

I tried:

logman start 001 -p Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-File 0x10 0xff -ets

I also tried other flags, but got too much data.

How can I find out what flags to set for the logging I require?

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