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With the System Monitor snap-in, you can select from among hundreds of statistics, called performance counters, to display the information you need about the computer on which System Monitor is running, or any other computer on the network. Windows Server 2003 includes hundreds of counters, providing information about virtually any component installed in the computer.
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Note The variety of counters that you can choose in System Monitor depends on the software that is running on the computer. When you install additional Windows Server 2003 ser vices, many of them add new performance objects and counters to System Monitor. Some third-party software developers also take advantage of the System Monitor engine and include their own counters with their products.
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System Monitor counters are grouped in categories called performance objects. A perfor mance object represents a specific hardware or software element in the computer. For example, on a default Windows Server 2003 installation, there are performance objects corresponding to hardware elements, such as the system s processor, memory, and network interface, and to software elements, such as the protocols and services running on the system. When you select a performance object from the Performance Object dropdown list, you see a list of the counters for that object in the Select Counters From List box, and also a list of instances for each counter in the Select Instances From List box. Instances enable you to monitor statistics for components individually, when there are two or more in the computer. For instance, on a server with two network interface adapt ers, you can select a particular network interface counter, such as Bytes Received/Sec, and then select the instance that specifies the particular adapter you want to monitor. Using System Monitor When you launch the Performance console from the Adminis trative Tools program group, you see the graph display of the System Monitor snap-in by default, as shown in Figure 6-1. The graph contains a line for each counter you select for display. By clicking the View Histogram (Ctrl+B) or View Report (Ctrl+R) button on the toolbar, you can display the same information in different formats. The snap-in also pro vides controls that enable you to change the appearance of the graph in many ways, such as specifying colors for the counter lines and scale increments for the axis.
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To add counters to the System Monitor display, you click the Add (+) button on the toolbar, press Ctrl+I, or right-click anywhere on the graph and select Add Counters from the shortcut menu. (There is no standard menu equivalent for this function.) In the Add Counters dialog box (see Figure 6-2), you specify the name of the computer that you want to monitor, select a performance object, counter, and instance, and then click Add.
Figure 6-2 The Performance console s Add Counters dialog box
You can add as many counters as you need, after which you click Close. The counters you selected now appear as lines in the graph and as entries in the legend at the bot tom of the window. Although you can add a large number of counters to the System Monitor display, this generally produces a crowded and incoherent graph. Consider the following tips when selecting counters and configuring the display options:
Limit the number of counters Too many counters make the graph more diffi cult to understand. To display a large number of statistics, you can display multiple windows in the console and select different counters in each window, or use the Report view to display the counters in the more compact numeric form. Modify the counter display properties Depending on the size and capabili ties of your monitor, the default colors and line widths that System Monitor uses in its graph might make it difficult to distinguish counters from each other. In the Data tab in the System Monitor Properties dialog box for each counter, you can modify the color, style, and width of that counter s line in the graph, to make it easier to distinguish. (You display the Properties dialog box for each counter by clicking the Properties button on the toolbar or by pressing Ctrl+Q.)
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