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Integrating Profiler and PerfMon Log Files

I've written an article here on SQL Team about Integrating Profiler and PerfMon Log Files.

Troubleshooting SQL Server requires the use of both PerfMon (Performance/System Monitor) and SQL Trace files created by SQL Profiler or directly by SQL Server trace. Analysis of the gathered data is much easier if you can correlate your trace file with the PerfMon counters. In this article I'll show how to create a PerfMon counters log file and SQL Profiler Trace file, how to read them both and how to correlate the two files in SQL Profiler.

 

Integrating Profiler and PerfMon Log Files

Print | posted on Friday, February 08, 2008 2:49 PM | Filed Under [ SQL Server ]

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