Performance monitor and performance counters
I'm trying to figure out why performance counters won't work on my machine. We've got 2 windows 2003 servers, and if I try to access ANY of the performance counter related objects in the System.Diagnostic namespace I get this:
Insufficient memory to continue the execution of the program.
at System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.AllocHGlobal(IntPtr cb)
at System.Diagnostics.PerformanceMonitor.GetData(String item)
Of course the call stack is actually larger than that, but the point is right here. The same code works fine on any of our XP or 2000 Pro boxes. Anyone know wha...Performance Monitor vs performance
does Sybase Central Performance Monitor affect performance? We've had a
problem, the db server was reacting very slow denying almost all of the work
of around 100 concurrent users, with throwing all of them out as more users
came in. The only major change done was that
the Sybase Performance monitor was left to be run overnight, with the
I understand that SC PM queries the server, but could this have a major
impact on overall performance?
IMO the ...Performance Monitor Snap-in
I am trying to monitor our ASP.NET web application, running on Windows Server 2003 & IIS 6.
When I open the Performance Snap-In, I am unable to select the standard Performance objects I see in Windows 2000 server - namely ASP.NET, ASP.NET Applications, ASP.NET Apps v1.1.4322 and ASP.NET v1.1.4322
Can somebody tell me what's happening? Am I missing something?
Thanks...Re: [GENERAL] Perl DBI, PostgreSQL performance question
I don't know the internals, but I would honestly *hope* that if two separate
commits are issued in the source code, the database will see two separate
commits. My guess is that the difference in execution times isn't so much the
difference in how fast the perl executes, but in the overhead that comes with
committing logs of separate transactions versus one big transaction (second
example versus first example, respectively). With that in mind, it might be
helpful to know generally how many times the various loops are expected to
iterate, at least in terms of order of magnitud...Performance Monitor
What tools are availble with ASA 7 (WinNT) for performance monitoring. We
have a system that is getting pegged to 100% CPU utilization, and we're
guessing right now it's an adhoc query. Is there a way to see who is
doing what on the system at any given time?
ASA 8 has a feature which allows you to do this; in ASA 7 it's a bit more
In ASA 8, you must first enable capturing of the last statement prepared by
each connection by specifying the -zl server command line option or by
call sa_server_option('Remember_last_statement','ON...HELP: Can't view performance data about Power Dynamo 3.5 in NT Performance Monitor
We had Power Dynamo 2 installed on both of our servers runing Windows NT 4 +
SP5. We upgraded them to
version 3.5 this year. However after upgrading, we found that the
performance data was not available to be viewed in NT performance Monitor.
We check the registry and found there's no setting for performance
monitoring for Power Dynamo 3.5. And when we tried to use the internal
utility within NT to load those counter data, we got an error message.
The command is :
The Error is:
Unable to open Driver key: SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Po...Performance Monitor Again
We have a C++ application that uses Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.0 as the back end.
We have enabled performance monitor so that we can analyze some of options
available to us for SQL Anywhere 5.0. There are many options like active
requests, bytes receive etc. What we are trying to gain from this analysis
is confirmation that the database server is sufficient and that we are not
overloading/overworking the database server. Can someone please advise me
as to some useful measurements, as well as a normal/abnormal range for those
measurements? We have 65 workstations all mak...performance monitoring
We have moved our database from a slower machine to a faster dual PIII-1Ghz
machine and are trying to do some performance tuning.
The application is being accessed via Citrix Metaframe XP 1.0 SP1. There
are a few times per day when the application seems to really slow down. What
we'd like to do is monitor the backend to see if it is a problem with one of
our stored procedures or triggers or to see if there is a long running
process which could be affecting this. We've already been able to take
Citrix out of the mix as it is performaning as it should. Does anyone have
any r...Performance Tools
I am having difficulty that after I complete a project and run the performance tool, by looking at the report, I do not know whether it's performing well, as there is no benchmark for me to refer to.
Is there any guide that how to consider the performance is not up to the satisfactory level? Or is there any benchmark that how many bytes of allocated memory is considered unacceptable that we need to look into?
Regards,Shelyn...Performance about SQLAnywhere
Currently I have a SQLAnywhere database of size over 250Mb. We have a
program written in PB to retrieve data from it, but that program slowed down
gradually after we increased the volume of data from 100Mb to its current
size. Is this a limitation of SQLAnywhere, or just my machine? Is there any
fine tuning possible?
The configuration of my machine is Pentium III, 128Mb RAM, 10G HD.
If you have allocated sufficient cache to the database (should be at least 25mb, and 64mb would be
good) then the remaining suspect would be a table scan somewhere. Have all database-related
Name: Rodolfo Wetzel
Product: Gran Paradiso
Summary: General performance
It works fine, specially with zooming sites like chess.com that are
difficult with IE (chess pieces are not properly shown). What I really
miss, are some add on like cooliris' blue botton to search faster. So I
still use the Firefox 2.1 with working compatibilities.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9b5) Gecko/2008032620 Firefox/3.0b5
From URL: http://hendrix.mozilla.org/
I can't find performance monitor in Interbase XE install.
It,s not in IBConsole. Where can I find it?
Mikael Nilsson wrote:
> I can't find performance monitor in Interbase XE install.
> It,s not in IBConsole. Where can I find it?
Yes it is, right click on the database node you want to monitor and performance
monitor will be one of the options in the menu.
Jeff Overcash (TeamB)
(Please do not email me directly unless asked. Thank You)
And so I patrol in the valley of the shadow of the tricolor
I must fear evil. For I am but mort...Performance monitoring
I need CPU performance monitoring. I tried PdhAddCounter....
but Power 2.1 professional can�t link it.
any ideas ?
On Tue, 15 Sep 1998 19:44:38 +0200, "Joerg Kuechen" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I need CPU performance monitoring. I tried PdhAddCounter....
>but Power 2.1 professional can�t link it.
>any ideas ?
Do you mean you want to profile your application?
There is a /et switch for the compiler that is such that it uses Pentium cycle counts to measure
how m...SQLAnywhere performance
I have a SQLANywhere db running on a Netware v 3.12 server. The
database performed well as a stand-alone db but when moved to the
network performance is lousy. Where do I look for answers/solutions to
How lousy? What part is lousy? You can't expect multiple row retrieves to
perform the same in both a network and standalone environment.