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lduguay 01-24-08 03:26 PM

Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
Anybody knows a good graphical performance monitoring tool for Windows.
I am interested in gathering CPU/memory/Disk IO performance metrics.
I personnally use the built-in Windows performance tool, but some morons here at my work place insists on something more advanced. Price is not an issue.

Feyy 01-24-08 03:55 PM

Re: Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
Everest? http://www.lavalys.com/

Toss3 01-24-08 06:16 PM

Re: Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
SiSoft sandra? :o

lduguay 01-25-08 06:57 AM

Re: Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
Thanks guys, but i guess my request was not clear enough. SiSoft Sandra and Everest are great tools, but what i need is a tool that runs in the background, and collects performance metrics, while our application is running. We want to identify CPU, Memory and I/O bottlenecks while our application is performing certain tasks.
The Windows Performance monitor is doing exactly this. Now, i need something similar but a bit more user freindly, something our QA departement can use.

Feyy 01-25-08 07:28 AM

Re: Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
Ok ill try again :p

http://www.hexagora.com/en_dw_davperf.asp perhaps?

Revs 01-25-08 07:31 AM

Re: Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Feyy
Ok ill try again :p

http://www.hexagora.com/en_dw_davperf.asp perhaps?

Looks like that's not for Vista.

EDIT: Sorry, my mistaek. It is :o

lduguay 01-25-08 08:54 AM

Re: Complete perf monitoring tool to recommend?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Feyy
Ok ill try again :p

http://www.hexagora.com/en_dw_davperf.asp perhaps?

Thx, i'll give it a shot.

EDIT: Hmm a bit too lean, actually i would need a serious enterprise tool. Up to 5K$ is ok.


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