Author Clint Huffman, a Microsoft veteran of over fifteen years, shows you how to identify and alleviate problems with the computer resources of disk, memory, processor, and network. You will learn to use performance counters as the initial indicators, then use various tools to "dig in" to the problem, as well as how to capture and analyze boot performance problems.
- This field guide gives you the tools and answers you need to improve Microsoft Windows performance- Save money on optimizing Windows performance with deep technical troubleshooting that tells you "What would Microsoft do to solve this?" - Includes performance counter templates so you can collect the right data the first time.- Learn how to solve performance problems using free tools from Microsoft such as the Windows Sysinternals tools and more.- In a rush? Chapter 1 Start Here gets you on the quick path to solving the problem.- Also covers earlier versions such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
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1. Introduction 2. Performance Monitor 3. Storage 4. Process Memory 5. Kernal Memory 6. System Committed Memory 7. Page Files 8. Physical Memory 9. Network 10. Processor 11. Boot Performance 12. Performance Analysis of Logs (PAL) Tool
Appendix A: Tools Appendix B: Collecting Process Memory Dumps Appendix C: Debug Symbols
Clint Huffman is a Senior Premier Field Engineer in Microsoft's Premier Field Engineering (PFE) group, where he focuses on Microsoft BizTalk Server, IIS, and Windows performance analysis. Clint is also an author and master trainer for the Microsoft Vital Signs: Performance Monitoring Windows Server workshop. This workshop teaches students the fundamentals of Windows architecture and how to identify performance conditions using performance counters. Clint has been with Microsoft since 1999, and has worked as a Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) support professional, as well as serving in Microsoft Services Labs, where he helped customers test their applications to identify performance bottlenecks.