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Issues with performance counter


Issues with performance counter

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Hi guys,

I'm having an issue with performance counters for MSSQL.

The problem is that the counter are missing on perfmon.

I tried to unlodctr and lodctr again, but it didn't work. I also tried to run wmiadap /p and wmiadap /resyncperf and restart the WMI service with no results.

I think that the problem is because we're running on a Windows Server 2003 64 bits with SQL Server 2005 32 bits.

Anyone have an idea what I could do to solve this problem?

Thanks
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Please look at the link.

http://sqlblogcasts.com/blogs/tonyrogerson/archive/2006/12/02/missing-perfmon-counters-using-64-bit-windows-mmc-32-perfmon-msc.aspx

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Great, thanks! It worked!

The problem now is when I run the wbemtest and execute anything on the query (ex: "select * FROM win32_perfrawdata_mssqlserver_sqlserverbuffermanager"), shows the following error:

Number: 0x80041010
Facility: WMI
Description: Invalid class

Any idea?
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Is there any way to add win32_perfrawdata_mssqlserver_* classes into the WMI repository?

When I try to run a query using the win32_perfrawdata_mssqlserver* classes on WBEMTEST under the root\cimv2 I got the following error:

Number: 0x80041010
Facility: WMI
Description: Invalid class

Any ideas?

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Thanks for an update but what if I have 2 instances on 1 machine, one SQL 2k5 which is not being used and it is a named instance and the other being SQL 2k8 as a default instance and also running.

When wanting to add perf counters for SQL it shows the SQL counters for a named instance but not for SQL 2k8, is there a way to view counters for SQL 2k8(default instance)?

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