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Threshold values for typical bottleneck problems

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In order to understand the information presented in Performance monitor for each counter and make the appropriate judgement, I need some guidelines like threshold values, say, for typical bottlenecks. Are there any sites or references I could use so I can better interpret the averages so that I can pinpoint where problems occur? At the moment the data is just raw!

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Microsoft has a KB article regarding optimizations. It should help you identify bottlenecks.
 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;146005
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