Posts Tagged ‘CPU’

Creating Data Collector Sets Windows Server 2008 puts a new spin on the concept of collecting server performance data with the data collector set. A data collector set is basically a grouping of data collectors. These data collectors can be performance counters (such as the counters discussed in the previous sections), Event trace data, and […]

Hour 24. Monitoring Server Performance and Network Connections What You’ll Learn in This Hour: Using the Reliability and Performance Monitor Exploring the Performance Monitor Adding Objects to the Monitor Viewing Performance Data Selecting and Understanding Counters Creating Data Collector Sets Using the Reliability Monitor Working with the Event Viewer Clearing and Saving Log Events Using […]

Hour 24. Monitoring Server Performance and Network Connections What You’ll Learn in This Hour: Using the Reliability and Performance Monitor Exploring the Performance Monitor Adding Objects to the Monitor Viewing Performance Data Selecting and Understanding Counters Creating Data Collector Sets Using the Reliability Monitor Working with the Event Viewer Clearing and Saving Log Events Using […]

Summary The new Reliability and Performance Monitor provided by Windows Server 2008 provides you with an immediate look at CPU, disk, network, and memory usage on the server, using real-time counters, when you open this snap-in. The Reliability and Performance Monitor also provides two tools for quickly accessing server performance and the reliability of the […]

WINS Configuration Issues After you add the WINS Server feature to your Windows Server installation, you can view the status of the service and configure various WINS features. You start the WINS snap-in (in the MMC) by selecting Start, Administrative Tools, WINS. Figure 20.3 shows the WINS snap-in in the MMC. Figure 20.3. WINS is […]

Managing DNS As already mentioned earlier in the hour, you use the DNS snap-in to both manage DNS and reconfigure it, if necessary. The DNS snap-in enables you to view the records in your DNS zones and add zones to the DNS server. Because records are created dynamically, you can view the records in a […]

Server Hardware Requirements Windows Server 2008 requires a minimum hardware configuration to run. As with all software—particularly network operating systems—the more you exceed the minimum requirements in areas such as RAM, processor speed (even number of processors), and hard drive space, the faster the server supplies services to network users and the greater the number […]

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Troubleshooting Tips and Techniques Troubleshooting PC hardware problems can seem daunting to the uninitiated, but in reality it is much simpler than it seems. Most problems can be diagnosed and corrected using few, if any, special tools and can be accomplished by anybody who can apply simple deductive reasoning and logical thinking. PCs have become […]

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Overclocking One of the most popular performance-enhancing modifications of all time is overclocking, which can be defined as running all or part of the system faster than it was originally rated or intended to run. Overclocking is usually applied to the processor, but it can also be applied to other components in the system, including […]

Cooling Heat can be a problem in any high-performance system. The higher-speed processors consume more power and therefore generate more heat. The processor is usually the single most power-hungry chip in a system, and in most situations, the fan inside your computer case is incapable of handling the load without some help. Heatsinks At one […]

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