performance analyzes from performance monitor logs

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Rob Hagman, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. Rob Hagman

    Rob Hagman Guest

    Hello,

    I do a lot of performance analyses to validate
    applications for use in a Citrix farm as part
    of our change process.

    Does anyone know of a tool to create
    Charts from the Performance log .blg or .csv files
    that offers more advanced features than the standard
    tool that comes with Windows server 2003 ?

    This for using the results in documentation and reports etc.

    One thing I a looking for is showing the baseline
    and the current value of a metric in the same chart
    also I like to have a time-line on the X-axes.

    I know about using MS Excel, but I am looking for a more specialized
    tool specific for performance analyzes from performance monitor logs
    for use in my reports etc.


    Rob

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    Rob Hagman, Dec 14, 2006
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  2. Hi Rob,

    I'm afraid you have to turn to some third party tools which are beyond our
    support boundary. I do know you post here for widely suggestion and I hope
    others can provide their information.

    thanks for your understanding.

    Have a good day~


    Best regards,

    Vincent Xu
    Microsoft Online Partner Support

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    Vincent Xu [MSFT], Dec 15, 2006
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