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By Tom.Randle | Published: October 8, 2009
We think we’re going down the right track with our ‘global overview’, the part of the UI designed to give you a summary of the current status across your entire system, but a lot of you are asking us to show current disk usage in addition to CPU and Memory. The problem is we’re not [...]
By Brian.Harris | Published: September 14, 2009
This is part two of our blogs about which counters you use when monitoring your servers. Click here for part one, about memory counters. Suggested Counters Disk space available The amount of disk space available, in GB, per logical disk. Logical disk idle time The percentage of elapsed time that the disk is not servicing [...]