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Server Performance reports

Mark Bayliss
Frequent Advisor

Server Performance reports

Hey Everyone,

We have two ML350 G3 servers and the network seems to be slow. I believe it is the servers as both have under 20% of disk space running RAID 5 with two partitions. Most users access there profiles & shared directories from these servers and they are DC's.

What is the best way for me to monitor these servers and I need get a few reports? Or can anyone point in the right direction for some manuals.

Appreciate your help


David Paris_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: Server Performance reports

I believe the best why it´s to use the System Home page for monitor your servers.

Install the HP agents on your server.
And you can monitor your server by browser.
Trusted Contributor

Re: Server Performance reports

Best way to monitor multiple HP servers is by using HP System Insight Manager(HP SIM)


There are many plug-ins available with HP SIM which can be installed according to your need.
Mark Bayliss
Frequent Advisor

Re: Server Performance reports

Thanks for everyone reply.

I am aware of HP SIM and have it running on a few servers but can HP SIM monitor Average Disk Queue, % Processor Time, Current disk queue lenght etc etc. All statiscal data that help me monitor the server over a few weeks. I am aware Windows PerfMon can do it but its limited.

Am I missing something?