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Corelating Perfmon Memory Metrics for Diagnostics

Question asked by Joydip.raha on Apr 28, 2015
Latest reply on Apr 28, 2015 by Hiko_Davis

Hello Guys,

While monitoring server health using .NET Agent is it possible to co relate Perfmon-> ‘memory:% committed bytes in use’ or ‘memory: available MBytes’ with the operation of the application is affecting it? Like if available memory goes down how can I know which operation is causing this? We are only focusing on the w3wp process data here as the .NET application is deployed in IIS.


Should I look for the highest no of stalls in an agent (under a particular host name) to assume the reason for memory crunch? Is it the right approach ? I am not sure whether this is the right APM diagnostic approach. Kindly advice.