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SilkPerformer® 2009 Release - Known Issues - Performance Explorer

SilkPerformer® 2009 Release - Known Issues - Performance Explorer



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Compiling a MIB file does not work.

MIB files without an IMPORTS statement can not be compiled with Performance Explorer. Use the pre-compiled MIB files of Performance Explorer, or use MIB files with an IMPORTS statement.


When an overview report is saved as MHT, images do not display when viewing the report with Internet Explorer 7.

View the report with Internet Explorer 6 or another browser.


JMX Monitoring does not work on Windows 2003 systems that have Terminal Server installed.

None. The error has been reported to Eclipse; see bug #171413 on https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/ for more information.


When monitoring performance counters on Windows 2003 or Windows XP systems, the "Browse NT Performance Counters" dialog sometimes displays the wrong host.

None. Since this is only a display error, you can still monitor performance counters on the target host.


When using "Absolute" start time in the workload definition, the Overview Report will display data from the moment the test was set up rather than when it was started.




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