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Appendix: Reports

Updated: June 24, 2013

Applies To: Operations Manager 2007, System Center 2012 - Operations Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Operations Manager, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2

The Windows Server 2008 Operating System and Windows Server 2003 Operating System nodes appear in the Reporting pane and contain the following reports:

  • Disk Performance Analysis

  • Memory Performance History (Available MB)

  • Memory Performance History (Page Reads per Sec)

  • Memory Performance History (Page Writes per Sec)

  • Memory Performance History (Pages per Sec)

  • Operating System Configuration

  • Operating System Performance

  • Operating System Storage Configuration

  • Paging File Performance History (Percentage Usage)

  • Performance By System

  • Performance By Utilization

  • Performance History

  • Performance History (Context Switches per Sec)

  • Performance History (Percent Processor Time)

  • Performance History (Processor Queue Length)

  • Performance History Interrupt Time

  • Physical Disk Performance History (Average Disk Queue Length)

  • Pool Performance History (Non-Paged Bytes)

  • Pool Performance History (Paged Bytes)

To run the Performance report for logical drives

  1. In the Operations console, click the Reporting button.

  2. Expand Reporting and then click Microsoft Generic Report Library.

  3. In the list of reports, click Performance and then in the Actions pane, click Open.

  4. In the From field, select a specific date or a previous week’s day that equates to seven days earlier than the day you are running the report. Leave the time field to the default.

  5. In the To field, leave the day and time fields to the default.

  6. In the Objects section, click Change.

  7. In the Settings window, click New Series.

  8. In the Details section, click Add object.

  9. In the Add Object window, select Contains, type : and click Search. This displays a list of all logical disks discovered.

  10. Click one of the C: drive instances in Available items, click Add, and then click OK.

  11. In the Settings window, in the Rule section, click Browse.

  12. On the Search By Counter tab, in the Performance object field, select LogicalDisk.

  13. In the Counter field, click % Free Space, and then click OK.

  14. Repeat steps 6 through 13 for a different instance (ideally using the same rule).

  15. Run the report. There will be a line corresponding to each instance and the lines are correlated to instances in the table below the chart.

The following table lists the rules that generate data for each report.

 

Report Rules used to generate data for report

Disk Performance Analysis

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.AvgDiskQueueLength.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.DiskReadsPerSec.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.DiskReadsPerSec.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.AvgDiskSecPerTransfer.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.AvgDiskSecPerTransfer.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.DiskBytesPerSec.Collection

Memory Performance History (Available MB)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryAvailableMBytes.Collection

Memory Performance History (Page Reads per Sec)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryPageReadsPerSec.Collection

Memory Performance History (Page Writes per Sec)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryPageWritesPerSec.Collection

Memory Performance History (Pages per Sec)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryPagesPerSec.Collection

Operating System Performance

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.TotalPercentProcessorTime.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.SystemProcessorQueueLength.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryAvailableMBytes.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryPagesPerSec.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.FreeSpace.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.AvgDiskSecPerRead.Collection

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.LogicalDisk.AvgDiskSecPerWrite.Collection

Paging File Performance History (Percentage Usage)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.PageFilePercentUsage.Collection

Performance History

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.TotalPercentProcessorTime.Collection

Performance History (Context Switches per Sec)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.SystemContextSwitchesPerSec.Collection

Performance History (Percent Processor Time)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.TotalPercentProcessorTime.Collection

Performance History (Processor Queue Length)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.SystemProcessorQueueLength.Collection

Performance History Interrupt Time

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.TotalPercentInterruptTime.Collection

Physical Disk Performance History (Average Disk Queue Length)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.PhysicalDisk.AvgDiskQueueLength.Collection

Pool Performance History (Non-Paged Bytes)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryPoolNonPagedBytes.Collection

Pool Performance History (Paged Bytes)

  • Microsoft.Windows.Server.2008.OperatingSystem.MemoryPoolPagedBytes.Collection

 
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