Does MSSQL create it's own Performance Monitors?

Last Post 19 Apr 2002 07:20 AM by satya. 3 Replies.
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adam3291_SQL
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19 Apr 2002 05:34 AM
SQL Server 7.0 SP3. As I was cruising thru checking things out I noticed I had a quite detailed Performance Monitor Running... Did MSSQL create this? I know I didn't. It was named sqlctrs.pmc. I also have replmon.pmc on my system. Anyone have any ideas....
I definitely would think this could effect performance...... Thanks.
adam3291_SQL
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19 Apr 2002 06:14 AM
I didn't open them, I just noticed a Perf Mon was running. Couldn't figure out why.
satya
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19 Apr 2002 07:20 AM
I hope you might have started Perfmon sometime back and starts monitoring the SQL Server objects and counters found in the Sqlctrs.pmc file.

By default, the Sqlctrs.pmc file contains a subset of the available SQL Server counters. SQL Server (and Windows NT) counters can be added or removed from the file as necessary.

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adam3291_SQL
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19 Apr 2002 08:03 AM
Is this something I should keep running at all times??? I stopped it. I thought Perf Mon was a big drain on the system.
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