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The numbers are different because the two counters are measuring different things. The "Avg. Disk Sec/Transfer" counter in perfmon is simply telling you the average time taken for any disk transfer anywhere on the system. There is relatively little overhead baked into this calculation. The "Response Time" column in the "Disk Activity" section of Resource ...


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Log into SQL Server Management Studio, Right-click your instance and go to Properties > Memory. By Default, SQL Server 2012 Standard sets your Maximum Server memory to something ridiculous like 2147483647 MB. I would set the Maximum server memory for SQL Server to be something like 8192 MB (or less than 32GB). Instead of using PerfMon, perhaps you can ...


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So after a lot more googling (I hoped somebody here will do it for me ;) I figured it out! The field "task" is not a path to a program, but name of a task which needs to be defined in Task Scheduler! I would expect this field to be a combobox with selection of all tasks, but it is not, so it is pretty unclear what it means. So I defined a simple task in Task ...


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Here https://www.safaribooksonline.com/library/view/cacti-08/9781849513920/ch10s05.html there is some documentation about installing and configure thold with some screenshots. I haven't never used it but I understand that you can only watch in the cacti homepage which treeshold has been reached. In my opinion cacti is a useful tool for capacity planning but ...


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First step is you have to collect the data. Windows does not keep historical performance data automatically. Look up Windows Performance Monitor and Data Collector Sets. There is lots of good information out there on basic performance monitoring and logging, so I won't go in to that here. Second step is to process or visualize the data. The tools built in ...



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