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11/5/2023
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How can we add to the test monitoring of the server performance counters during the test run ( e.g., monitoring CPU, memory, disk, database)?
Can we save server monitoring details in the same SQL database where we will be saving the StresStimulus test result?
Moreover, the server monitoring counters' details (e.g., graphs, tables) should be linked to the StresStimulus test run details during the specific test run. When we analyse the test result, we need to see the StresStimulus results, graphs, tables, and server monitoring details side by side.
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George @StresStimulus
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Yes, this is done automatically.
After you add perfmon counters to the test configuration, all perfmon data points are automatically collected and stored in the same database with a test result.
Perfmon counters data is stored in the following tables:
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