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Adaptive Server Anywhere objects do not appear in Windows Performance Monitor

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2007-05-29 18:01:52.0Z
Michael Fischer Posted on 2007-05-29 13:30:37.0Z
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Hello,

We would like to use the Windows Performance Monitor to combine certain
indicators from windows (e.g. overall cpu usage) and from SQL Anywhere in
one log. Problem is: the SQL Anywhere objects do not appear in the object
combobox of the Windows Performance Monitor.

ASA 9.0.2.3439 installed on Windows 2003 Server Standard SP1 (German).

Any ideas?

TIA,

Michael


"Nick Elson" < Posted on 2007-05-29 14:29:05.0Z
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There are a couple of possibilities here that I am familiar with:

1 - The most important thing to remember, these do not
become available until the process is running. So, if
you have not already done so, you should start a server
and see if they are available now. Similarily, database
and connection counters are not available until those
start. Connection counters are usually of less value
when using the Windows PerfMon utility because
connections can come a go quite rapidly in many
applications.

2 - The product may not been installed correctly. If you
are not using our installer, (you authored your own or have
installed SQL Anywhere as part of a 3rd party product) the
creation of performance monitoring counters may not be
complete in your installaion.

Because of #1 and because some monitoring applications use the
performance monitoring APIs (and may not refresh their counters
frequent enough to catch our categories and counters), in some
usages, it may be easier if the server is started as an automatic
service.

"Michael Fischer" <mifi_nospam_remove@appfact.de> wrote in message
news:465c2afd@forums-1-dub...
> Hello,
>
> We would like to use the Windows Performance Monitor to combine certain
> indicators from windows (e.g. overall cpu usage) and from SQL Anywhere in
> one log. Problem is: the SQL Anywhere objects do not appear in the object
> combobox of the Windows Performance Monitor.
>
> ASA 9.0.2.3439 installed on Windows 2003 Server Standard SP1 (German).
>
> Any ideas?
>
> TIA,
>
> Michael
>


John Smirnios Posted on 2007-05-29 18:01:52.0Z
From: John Smirnios <smirnios_at_sybase.com>
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If the perfmon counters were not installed correctly, you need to
regsvr32 dbctrs9.dll.

If you are using Win64, make sure that the 64-bit DLL is registered if
you are using 64-bit perfmon and the 32-bit DLL is registered if you are
using 32-bit perfmon.

-john.
--
John Smirnios
Senior Software Developer
iAnywhere Solutions Engineering

Whitepapers, TechDocs, bug fixes are all available through the iAnywhere
Developer Community at http://www.ianywhere.com/developer

Nick Elson wrote:
> There are a couple of possibilities here that I am familiar with:
>
> 1 - The most important thing to remember, these do not
> become available until the process is running. So, if
> you have not already done so, you should start a server
> and see if they are available now. Similarily, database
> and connection counters are not available until those
> start. Connection counters are usually of less value
> when using the Windows PerfMon utility because
> connections can come a go quite rapidly in many
> applications.
>
> 2 - The product may not been installed correctly. If you
> are not using our installer, (you authored your own or have
> installed SQL Anywhere as part of a 3rd party product) the
> creation of performance monitoring counters may not be
> complete in your installaion.
>
> Because of #1 and because some monitoring applications use the
> performance monitoring APIs (and may not refresh their counters
> frequent enough to catch our categories and counters), in some
> usages, it may be easier if the server is started as an automatic
> service.
>
> "Michael Fischer" <mifi_nospam_remove@appfact.de> wrote in message
> news:465c2afd@forums-1-dub...
>> Hello,
>>
>> We would like to use the Windows Performance Monitor to combine certain
>> indicators from windows (e.g. overall cpu usage) and from SQL Anywhere in
>> one log. Problem is: the SQL Anywhere objects do not appear in the object
>> combobox of the Windows Performance Monitor.
>>
>> ASA 9.0.2.3439 installed on Windows 2003 Server Standard SP1 (German).
>>
>> Any ideas?
>>
>> TIA,
>>
>> Michael
>>
>
>