Network administrators can use the performance monitor to view performance data

Network administrators can use the performance

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Network administrators can use the performance monitor to view performance data either in real time or from a log file. Data collector sets can be setup to configure and schedule performance counter, event trace, and configuration data collection so administrators can analyze the results and view reports. The resource monitor allows administrators to view detailed real time information about hardware resources like CPU, disk, network, memory, and system resources in use by the operating system services, and running applications. The resource monitor can also be used to stop processes, stat and stop services, analyze process deadlocks, view thread wait chains and identify processes locking files. If the Hyper-V Hypervisor Logical Processor Total Runtime counter is over 90%, the host is overloaded. The network administrator should add more processing power or move some virtual machines to a different host. If the Hyper-V Hypervisor Virtual Processor Total Runtime counter is over 90% for all virtual processors, the network administrator should, verify
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that the host is not overloaded, find out if the workload can leverage more virtual processors, or assign more virtual processors to the virtual machine.
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