Windows 2012 Core Survival Guide – Perfmon capturing

Learn about my 2012 Core Survival Guide here.   Perfmon capturing At this time there are no PowerShell commands for the management of perfmon.  PowerShell does have three commands for accessing perfmon counters: get-counter, export-counter, import-counter. For this reason we will still need to use the old Logman.exe command to manipulate perfmon. Seeing a list of…

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Scaling – The art of telling a story

Technorati Tags: perfmon Like with any statistics, you can tell any story you want. I can make any graph emphasize the point I want by scaling appropriately.  The story I want to tell is going to make it simple to understand the data and the correct course of action that should be taken (which you…

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Presenting performance data to management

  I am not going to talk about what counters to monitor or what their thresholds might be.  There are blogs that do that and tools that can get you started.   Below is a decent blog to get you started on what counters to analyze.   The PAL tool has buried in its XML files the…

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Hello World!

Hello World, I have been pondering for quite some time “Should I have a blog? What should I blog about?  What could I possibly say that has not been said before?” Well I now have a blog.  I am going blog about two things I spend a lot of time on. Using Perfmon.exe, I notice…

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