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SQL Server, HTTP_STORAGE_OBJECT

The SQLServer:HTTP_STORAGE_OBJECT performance object consists of performance counters that monitor Windows Azure Storage account. Using SQL Server Data Files in Windows Azure feature, you can store database files in Windows Azure Storage Blobs. This performance object treats each Windows Azure Storage account as a different drive.

Counter Name

Description

Read Bytes/sec

Amount of data being transferred from the HTTP storage per second during read operations.

Write Bytes/sec

Amount of data being transferred from the HTTP storage per second during write operations.

Total Bytes/sec

Amount of data being transferred from the HTTP storage per second during read or write operations.

Reads/sec

Number of reads per second on the HTTP storage.

Writes/sec

Number of writer per second on the HTTP storage.

Transfers/sec

Number of read and write operations per second on the HTTP storage.

Avg. Bytes/Read

Average number of bytes transferred from the HTTP storage per read.

Avg. Bytes/Write

Average number of bytes transferred from the HTTP storage per write.

Avg. Bytes/Transfer

Average number of bytes transferred from the HTTP storage during read or write operations.

Avg. microsec/Read

The average number of microseconds it takes to do each read from the HTTP storage.

Avg. microsec/Write

The average number of microseconds it takes to do each write to the HTTP storage.

Avg. microsec/Transfer

The average number of microseconds it takes to do each transfer to the HTTP storage.

Outstanding HTTP Storage I/O

The total number of outstanding I/Os towards a HTTP storage.

HTTP Storage I/O Retry/sec

Number of retry requests sent to the HTTP storage per second.

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