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Chapter 22. Performance Monitoring, Logs... > Command Line Performance Monitoring ...

Command Line Performance Monitoring Tools

In addition to the monitoring tools already discussed in this chapter, there are also some command-line options for monitoring a computer's performance. Most of these work in conjunction with the tools already discussed. The following commands are available to you:

  • Logman— Manages and schedules performance counter and event trace log collections on local and remote systems. This command is particularly useful for creating, starting, stopping, and managing logs from batch files and on remote computers.

  • Relog— Extracts performance counter data into a comma or tab-separated file from other log file formats. This is useful if you need to pull performance data into a spreadsheet or other document from a file that is in binary format.

  • Tracerpt— Processes trace logs or real-time data from trace providers and allows you to generate trace analysis reports and CSV (comma-delimited) files for the events generated

  • Typeperf— Displays real-time data from System Monitor counters in a command window. You specify the counters and the update interval in a command-line string; TypePerf returns the values of the requested counters at the specified intervals and displays them in the command prompt window until you stop it by pressing any key.


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