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By mattkinsey ·
I am looking for a spreadsheet or other application to which I can import a performance monitor log file for analysis and identification of bottlenecks. It should be as automated as possible.

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by genoj In reply to Performance Monitor Log F ...

Ive used Crystal Reports for PerfMon before. Once configured its pretty slick. Sometimes configuration can be a hassle though.

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by mattkinsey In reply to Performance Monitor Log F ...

I'm looking for more information than this. I need something fairly quickly.

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by SpyderGST1 In reply to Performance Monitor Log F ...

You can import the perfmon saved logged into excel. record a new macro in excel open permon log in excel edit it the way you want. then save it. Stop recording the macro when you exit excel save the macro. Use the at command to run the macro on a regular basis. Type at/? for more information about at commands if your not familar with it.

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