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Unformatted text preview: 70-270: MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows XP ProfessionalSecond Edition, EnhancedChapter 10: Performance TuningGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced2ObjectivesCreate a performance baselineUnderstand the performance and monitoring tools found in Windows XP ProfessionalLog and use logged activityUse performance tuning in the system appletGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced3Objectives (continued)Detect and eliminate bottlenecksBoost Windows XP Professional performanceOptimize performance for mobile Windows XP usersGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced4Establishing a BaselineBaselineMeasure system behaviorKey elements:Recorded observations about characteristics and behavior of computer systemRecorded by creating a Counter logCollecting data at regular intervalsEstablish definition of what a normal load looks likeGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced5Monitoring and Performance TuningMonitoringThorough understanding of system componentsContinued observation of those componentsPerformance tuningChanging a systems configuration systematicallyCarefully observing performance before and afterGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced6Task ManagerProvides overview of current state of computerTo access:Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete.Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc.Right-click any unoccupied area on the Windows XP taskbar and select Task Manager from the menu that appearsGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced7Task Manager (continued)Tabs:ApplicationProcessesPerformanceNetworkingUsers in Task ManagerOnly appears in special circumstancesGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced8Task Manager, Application tabGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced9Task Manager, Networking TabGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced10System MonitorPerformance monitoring toolMonitor many different eventsconcurrentlyAnalyze network operationsIdentify trends and bottlenecksDetermine system capacityGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced11System Monitor (continued)Notify administrators when thresholds are exceededTrack performance of individual system devicesMonitor local or remote computersGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced12System Monitor (continued)Guide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced13Realtime MonitoringProcess of viewing the measured data from one or more counters in the System Monitor display areaFormats:GraphHistogramReportGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced14Add CountersGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced15System Monitor PropertiesGuide to MCSE 70-270, Second Edition, Enhanced...
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