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Windows Server Available Memory Monitoring Issues on the Controller

First of all, please understand my poor English.

 

controller : performance center 12.02

monitoring host server : vmware windows 2012 R2

 

i performed endurance tests.

I monitored the Windows Resource(Available Memory) of the host server through the controller.

At startup, the size of the memory was 122 GByte.

At last, the size of the memory was 112 GByte.

 

But I look at Perfmon Log Data (Availabe Memory) directly monitored by the server's perfmon.exe

At startup, the size of the memory was 124 GByte.

At last, the size of the memory was 124 GByte.

 

I wonder why it was so different.

 

Thank you for your advance and help us.

 

ButBut

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Re: Windows Server Available Memory Monitoring Issues on the Controller

That's really strange. I have compared 3 hours long data and saw no difference.

Regards,

Shlomi

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