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ASA 9.0 Corrupts Windows Perf Counters in Symantec Endpoint

2 posts in Commercial ISV's Last posting was on 2009-01-23 21:17:06.0Z
STFCONSULTING Posted on 2009-01-22 02:57:04.0Z
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Hey Everyone, Just got involved with Symantec Endpoint
Protection 11 MR4 and had an issue with our management
software not being able to get at the Windows Performance
Counters on the SEPM server. After extensive troubleshooting
I determined that SEPM is mangling the counters by appending
"sem5" to all of the counters and instances. When you stop
the SEPM database service (ASA 9.0) all of the Windows
Counters come back to normal. Any ideas would be much
appreciated!

Below is a sampling on what is going on with the performance
counters.

C:\Documents and Settings\admin_admin>typeperf -qx | findstr
sem5 | more
\System(sem5)\% Processor Time
\System(sem5)\8
\System(sem5)\File Read Operations/sec
\System(sem5)\File Write Operations/sec
\System(sem5)\File Control Operations/sec
\System(sem5)\File Read Bytes/sec
\System(sem5)\File Write Bytes/sec
\System(sem5)\File Control Bytes/sec
\System(sem5)\22
\System(sem5)\Available Bytes
\System(sem5)\Committed Bytes
\System(sem5)\Page Faults/sec
\System(sem5)\Commit Limit
\System(sem5)\Write Copies/sec
\System(sem5)\Transition Faults/sec
\System(sem5)\Cache Faults/sec


Breck Carter [TeamSybase] Posted on 2009-01-23 21:17:06.0Z
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Subject: Re: ASA 9.0 Corrupts Windows Perf Counters in Symantec Endpoint
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I'm not sure what newsgroup you should be using, but it isn't this
one.

Try sybase.public.sqlanywhere.general

On 21 Jan 2009 18:57:04 -0800, STFCONSULTING wrote:

>Hey Everyone, Just got involved with Symantec Endpoint
>Protection 11 MR4 and had an issue with our management
>software not being able to get at the Windows Performance
>Counters on the SEPM server. After extensive troubleshooting
>I determined that SEPM is mangling the counters by appending
>"sem5" to all of the counters and instances. When you stop
>the SEPM database service (ASA 9.0) all of the Windows
>Counters come back to normal. Any ideas would be much
>appreciated!
>
>Below is a sampling on what is going on with the performance
>counters.
>
>C:\Documents and Settings\admin_admin>typeperf -qx | findstr
>sem5 | more
>\System(sem5)\% Processor Time
>\System(sem5)\8
>\System(sem5)\File Read Operations/sec
>\System(sem5)\File Write Operations/sec
>\System(sem5)\File Control Operations/sec
>\System(sem5)\File Read Bytes/sec
>\System(sem5)\File Write Bytes/sec
>\System(sem5)\File Control Bytes/sec
>\System(sem5)\22
>\System(sem5)\Available Bytes
>\System(sem5)\Committed Bytes
>\System(sem5)\Page Faults/sec
>\System(sem5)\Commit Limit
>\System(sem5)\Write Copies/sec
>\System(sem5)\Transition Faults/sec
>\System(sem5)\Cache Faults/sec

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RisingRoad SQL Anywhere and MobiLink Professional Services
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