Data Collector Set templates can also include report templates to help you interpret the performance information collected when they run.
Membership in the local Performance Log Users or Administrators group, or equivalent, is the minimum required to complete this procedure.
The Performance Log Users group must be assigned the Log on as a batch user user right, as described in Enable Logging for Performance Log Users Group Members.
|To view a Data Collector Set report|
In Windows Performance Monitor, expand Reports and click User Defined or System.
In the navigation pane, expand the Data Collector Set that you want to view as a report.
Click the report that you want to view from the list of available reports. The report will open in the console pane.
- To open Windows Performance Monitor, click
Start, click in the Start Search box, type
perfmon, and then press ENTER.
- Another way to view the most recent report
for a Data Collector Set is to expand Data Collector Sets,
expand User Defined or System, click the name of the
Data Collector Set in the navigation pane, and click the View
Latest Report icon in the toolbar.
- You can also create a new report for a data
collector set by typing
perfmon /report "Data_Collector_Set_name"
at a command prompt. Typing perfmon /report without any
other parameters will generate the System Diagnostics report.
- If a Data Collector Set has not run, no
reports will be available for it.
- If a Data Collector Set is currently running,
the console pane will display information about how long it is
configured to run.
- After data collection has stopped, there will
be a delay while the report is generated. During this time, the
console pane will display a working icon.
- Larger log files result in longer report
generation times. If you review your logs frequently to see recent
data, we recommend that you use limits to automatically segment
your logs. You can use the relog command to segment long log
files or combine multiple short log files.
- For more information about the relog
command, type relog /? at a command prompt.