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Windows perfmon stats

redsox07928
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Does anyone have a sample stanza for inputs.conf for capturing Windows perfmon stats such as CPU utilization, memory utilization and disk utilization?  I was hoping the stanza would include the actual counters and such.  Just looking for the basics.  I could not find any good baseline samples.

Thank you very much!

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anilchaithu
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@redsox07928 

Please refer Splunk Add-On for Microsoft Windows. It has many inputs. You can deploy this add-on as is OR you can tweak the input parameters per the use case.

https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/742/

Sample perfmon stanza for CPU

[perfmon://CPU]
counters = % Processor Time; % User Time; % Privileged Time; Interrupts/sec; % DPC Time; % Interrupt Time; DPCs Queued/sec; DPC Rate; % Idle Time; % C1 Time; % C2 Time; % C3 Time; C1 Transitions/sec; C2 Transitions/sec; C3 Transitions/sec
disabled = 0
instances = *
interval = 10
mode = multikv
object = Processor
useEnglishOnly=true
index = index_name

 

-- Hope this helps

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anilchaithu
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@redsox07928 

Please refer Splunk Add-On for Microsoft Windows. It has many inputs. You can deploy this add-on as is OR you can tweak the input parameters per the use case.

https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/742/

Sample perfmon stanza for CPU

[perfmon://CPU]
counters = % Processor Time; % User Time; % Privileged Time; Interrupts/sec; % DPC Time; % Interrupt Time; DPCs Queued/sec; DPC Rate; % Idle Time; % C1 Time; % C2 Time; % C3 Time; C1 Transitions/sec; C2 Transitions/sec; C3 Transitions/sec
disabled = 0
instances = *
interval = 10
mode = multikv
object = Processor
useEnglishOnly=true
index = index_name

 

-- Hope this helps

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redsox07928
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thank you

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