typeperf: Typeperf writes performance data to the command window or to a log file. To stop Typeperf, press CTRL+C.


... The examples for the command "typeperf"
... "typeperf" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
... Important information, tips for the "typeperf" command

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The examples for the command "typeperf"

Here are examples of using the typeperf command on the Windows command line: Example 1: Show CPU usage performance counter:

typeperf "\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time"

This command displays the current CPU usage for all processors in the system. Example 2: Show free space performance counter on drive C:

typeperf "\LogicalDisk(C:)\% Free Space"

The percentage of free space on the C: drive is displayed here. Example 3: Display RAM performance counters:

typeperf "\Memory\Available MBytes"

This command specifies the amount of RAM available in megabytes. Example 4: View network utilization performance counters:

typeperf "\Network Interface(*)\Bytes Total/sec"

This records the total network data transfers per second for all network interfaces. Example 5: Show disk activity performance counter:

typeperf "\PhysicalDisk(*)\% Disk Time"

This command displays the percentage of time the hard drive spends reading or writing. Note that the exact performance objects and counters may vary depending on the system. You can check the available performance objects and counters using the "typeperf -q" command:

typeperf -q

This command lists all available performance objects that you can then use for typeperf.

"typeperf" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

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Typeperf writes performance data to the command window or to a log file. To 
stop Typeperf, press CTRL+C. 

Usage:
typeperf [options]

Parameters:
  <counter [counter ...]>       Performance counters to monitor. 

Options:
  -?                            Displays context sensitive help. 
  -f <CSV|TSV|BIN|SQL>          Output file format. Default is CSV. 
  -cf <filename>                File containing performance counters to 
                                monitor, one per line. 
  -si <[[hh:]mm:]ss>            Time between samples. Default is 1 second. 
  -o <filename>                 Path of output file or SQL database. Default 
                                is STDOUT. 
  -q [object]                   List installed counters (no instances). To 
                                list counters for one object, include the 
                                object name, such as Processor. 
  -qx [object]                  List installed counters with instances. To 
                                list counters for one object, include the 
                                object name, such as Processor. 
  -sc <samples>                 Number of samples to collect. Default is to 
                                sample until CTRL+C. 
  -config <filename>            Settings file containing command options. 
  -s <computer_name>            Server to monitor if no server is specified 
                                in the counter path. 
  -y                            Answer yes to all questions without 
                                prompting. 

Note:
  Counter is the full name of a performance counter in
  "\\<Computer>\<Object>(<Instance>)\<Counter>" format,
  such as "\\Server1\Processor(0)\% User Time".

Examples:
  typeperf "\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time" 
  typeperf -cf counters.txt -si 5 -sc 50 -f TSV -o domain2.tsv 
  typeperf -qx PhysicalDisk -o counters.txt 

Important information, tips for the "typeperf" command

When using the typeperf command on the Windows command line, it is important to pay attention to the exact syntax and the performance objects and counters selected. Correctly identifying the desired performance information is critical as incorrect entries can lead to inaccurate or misleading results. Before applying typeperf, we recommend checking the available performance objects and counters using the typeperf -q command to ensure that the selected parameters represent the desired metrics. Additionally, the update rate of performance data must be taken into account to obtain meaningful and accurate measurements. There are several alternative approaches to "typeperf" for monitoring system performance in Windows. Here are some of them: Example 1: Performance Monitor: The Performance Monitor is a graphical tool in Windows that provides a comprehensive overview of system performance data. You can create custom data collection sets and monitor various performance counters. Example 2: Get-Counter in PowerShell: PowerShell provides the Get-Counter cmdlet that you can use to retrieve performance data. Here's a simple one

Get-Counter '\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time'

This command reports CPU usage for all processors in the system. Example 3: Resource Monitor: The Resource Monitor is a built-in Windows tool that provides real-time information about CPU, memory, disk and network. You can access it via Task Manager or directly enter "resmon" in the command line. Example 4: Third-party monitoring tools: There are numerous third-party monitoring tools that offer advanced functionality and user-friendly interfaces. Examples of this are SolarWinds, Nagios or PRTG Network Monitor. Example 5: System information (msinfo32): The msinfo32 tool provides detailed information about the hardware configuration and operating system. You can invoke it from the command line or type Run > msinfo32. Each of these alternatives has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice depends on specific needs and preferences. It is important to note that these tools offer different interfaces and features to provide comprehensive monitoring of system performance. 171.) unlodctr


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