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System Monitor / SQL Server

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I want to use System Monitor to moniter the performance of SQL Server.

My SQL DBA book tells me how to add counters to system monitor.
But the book shows a Performance Object called SQLServer:Databases.
This isn't appearing in the list of Performance Objects on my computer.
How do I get the SQLServer objects to show in the Add Counters dialog?

Jul 20 '05 #1
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How To Log System Monitor Data to SQL Server in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/default...296222&sd=tech

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|I want to use System Monitor to moniter the performance of SQL Server.
|
| My SQL DBA book tells me how to add counters to system monitor.
| But the book shows a Performance Object called SQLServer:Databases.
| This isn't appearing in the list of Performance Objects on my computer.
| How do I get the SQLServer objects to show in the Add Counters dialog?

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