Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals/Understanding Server Performance Management

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This lesson covers Understanding Server Performance Management. It looks at server hardware, performance monitoring, and logs and alerts.

Activity 1 - Identify Major Server Hardware Components[edit]

This objective may include but is not limited to: memory; disk; processor; network; 32 / 64 bits; removable drives; graphic cards; cooling; power usage; ports.

  1. Read Wikipedia: Hot swapping.
  2. See Chassis Plans Rack.

Activity 2 - Understand Performance Monitoring[edit]

This objective may include but is not limited to: methodology; procedures; effect of network, CPU, memory and disk; creating a baseline; perfmon; resmon; Task Manager; performance counters.

  1. Read Windows Task Manager.
  2. Read Performance and Reliability Monitoring.
  3. Read Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor.
  4. Read Windows Performance Monitor.

Activity 3 - Understand Logs and Alerts[edit]

This objective may include but is not limited to: purpose of performance logs and alerts.

  1. Read Performance Logs and Alerts.
  2. Read Create a Data Collector Set to Monitor Performance Counters.

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