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Integrate Domino (Windows) statistic counters to Perfmon.msc

Often administrators use Zabbix/Grafana to analyze and monitor the status of their servers. All counters for the CPU, memory, network, disk are displayed in one Dashboard. But, domino statistics counters are not available there. And it would be very useful to collect all the data in one Dashboard. Domino statistics counters are not available through the perfmon.msc mechanism. Please add such an possibility.
 
 
 
 
 
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    12 Jan 11:32am

    The performance counters from Domino are available in perfmon!
    If this isn't working this is an installation issue.

    They have been available for many released. But need to be registered by the installer.

     

    By the way that's the reason why sometimes FP/HF installers fail. Because the WMI interface still uses the Domino DLLs . In that case you have to pause the WMI service.

     

    If are having issues with that, Check if it is registered correctly. I am not aware of any current issues. We had issues with the first 64bit versions.

     

    The code that registers the performance counters is in notesreg.bat (in Domino progam dir).

     

    Having said that, today we have a lot of other options to get performance information.

    You can configure Domino to push statistics to a statistics provided, which makes integration to other systems really simple.

     

    Those statistics also contain the Domino platform statistics which contain the most important OS statistics counters.

     

    So this looks like an existing feature to me. And also there are even new modern options available, which make it easy to integrate with modern monitoring tools.

     

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