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using the performance monitor

TALVASSON
Frequent Advisor

using the performance monitor

hello

 

since few times i have latency, so i work hard to found the origin

 

my questions is relative to the performance monitor of the P4000

 

1) when started, does it add latency to the disk by analysing it? (to jnow if i can let it go every time)

 

2) can i deport the monitor on my computer ? is there a risk to increase the latency or other values wth this solution ?

 

thanks a lot

nicolas

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Sudhakar Subramaniam
Trusted Contributor

Re: using the performance monitor

Hi,

Please refer the below link to know the best practices to collect performance monitor for P4000.

 

http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01750139/c01750139.pdf

 

This should answer your queries.

 

Regards

Sudhakar

 

If the above answeres your queries , please click on the Kudos star on the left to assign points.

TALVASSON
Frequent Advisor

Re: using the performance monitor

thanks for the documentation but i didn't solve my questions

 

I was asking about the monitor who is in the software of the P4000

 

and my questions are abot the impact on the san

 

nicolas

bryan_hadzik
Frequent Advisor

Re: using the performance monitor

Having the performance monitor open shouldn't cause any latency. The system has plenty of horsepower to run everything plus the monitor. It is the disk/controller that cause latency.

TALVASSON
Frequent Advisor

Re: using the performance monitor

Thanks