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The System Monitor Properties dialog box.
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Choosing a View On the General tab, choose to view the data in the form of a graph, a histogram, or a report:
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Graph view Presents information in a traditional line graph format.
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Each counter and instance is displayed in a different color and line thickness. Although the graph view is the most versatile, it s better to use the histogram or report view because the graph view increases monitoring overhead, particularly when a large number of counters are being monitored.
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Histogram view Presents information in a bar graph format (Figure 20-5).
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As in graph view, each of the counters and instances is presented in a different color. You can track up to 100 counters using this view because System Monitor adjusts the bars to fit the display.
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Figure 20-5.
Displaying system information in histogram view.
Report view Objects are listed in alphabetical order, as are each of
the chosen counters for each object. The data itself is displayed numerically. Each object displays the total percentage of processor time in use for the chosen counters. (See Figure 20-6.) This view is best when you need to track a large number of counters.
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Figure 20-6.
Viewing system information in report view.
Choosing Display Elements On the General tab, you can also choose the following display options in the Display Elements area:
Legend At the bottom of the details pane, shows the data scale used
for each counter, the counter name, the instance, the parent object (if applicable), the object the counter belongs to, the computer being monitored, and the color used to draw the line for the counter. The legend is available for the graph and histogram views. You must display the legend to see the counter name associated with the data line.
Value Bar Provides a quick way to see the values for a specific
counter. Click a counter in the legend or double-click a data line to display the last, average, minimum, and maximum values recorded. The values are calculated from the number of samples and time period displayed in the graph. The duration value is based on the update interval time and is calculated to show the total elapsed time displayed in the graph. This display element is available for the graph and histogram views and is helpful for monitoring a specific value that you want to keep a close watch on.
Toolbar
Displays the toolbar across the top of the details pane.
Choosing the Time Interval for Monitoring You can sample data for all three views at regular intervals. To set the time interval option, click the Properties button on the toolbar, and on the General tab, select the Sample Automatically Every n Seconds check box. The default
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interval is 1 second, but consider specifying a longer interval to reduce the size of log files. Select the update interval that is best for capturing the type of activity you want to view.
Selecting Additional Properties Add vertical and horizontal grid lines to the graph and histogram views on the Graph tab of the System Monitor Properties dialog box. You can also change the maximum and minimum vertical scale values on the Graph tab; the defaults are 100 for the maximum value and 0 for the minimum value. The highest value you can specify is 999999999, and the lowest value is 0. Both values must be a positive integer. Determine the vertical scale range from the ranges of values for the counters you are monitoring. Change the display colors on the Data tab and the background and font display on the Appearance tab (Figure 20-7).
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Figure 20-7.
Changing color, background, and font used for System Monitor.
On the Source tab, select the log file or database to view as part of configuring your monitoring plan.
Monitoring Another Computer
By default, System Monitor displays information about the local system, but you can also configure it to monitor another computer on the network. To do so, click Add Counters, select the Select Counters From Computer option, and, in the text box, type the name of the computer to be monitored. You can choose and delete counters and modify the display as described in the previous sections.
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